Leader of Opposition in Parliament (LoP) Mathias Mpuuga Nsamba was today August 03 left in shock after Speaker Anita Annet Among blocked his decision to sack Martin Mapenduzi Ojara as the Chairperson of the Local Government Public Accounts Committee (LG-PAC).
Speaker of Parliament of Uganda Anita Annet Among has summoned information minister Dr Chris Baryomunsi to come to the House and explained to MPs and the entire country what exactly happened last Thursday when government spokesperson Ofwono Opondo charged at Erias Lukwago, the Kampala Lord Mayor and opposition vice president for Central Uganda.
There was chaos in Akisim in Soroti on July 27 night and early hours of Thursday, Juky 28, after suspected police and military officers broke into the home of Soroti City Woman MP Anna Adeke, arresting Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) officials and relatives of the female legislator.
Norbert Mao, the President and Chairman General of the Democratic Party (DP) has made it clear that he will not resign as the political organization's boss despite calls by some leaders in his own party that he should quit if he wants to take up a job as Minister of Justice in President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni's government.
‘No Right-Thinking Ugandan Should Support MP Muhammad Nsereko’s ‘Social Media’ Bill; It Only Serves...
The Global Village and Muhammad Nsereko's Bill intended to punish bad users of internet, especially those on social media, are unenviable bedfellows.
A number of Ugandan social media users could soon find themselves coughing a fine of Shs15m, going to jail for seven years or being subjected to both if proposals in the Computer Misuse (Amendment) Bill being pushed by Kampala Central MP Muhammad Nsereko are passed.
Masaka District Woman MP Joan Namutaawe is currently in the news for two reasons: her broken English which almost broke Uganda's record as well her complaint over lack of teachers in a seed school in her constituency.
Junior minister for Lands, Housing and Urban Development is expected to appear before the Committee on Rules, Privileges and Discipline for questioning for undermining the institution of Parliament and for alleged misconduct.
Plans for government to buy shares in ROKO Construction limited are not the best option to save the financially constrained company from sinking, a Committee of Parliament has advised.