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‘Bobi Wine Is Just A Wave That’ll Pass’-Min. Tumwebaze

‘Bobi Wine Is Just A Wave That’ll Pass’-Min. Tumwebaze

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The Minister for Gender, Labour and Social Development (GLSD) Frank Tumwebaze has said that National Unity Platform (NIUP) presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine is nothing to reckon with, because he is like a wave that will soon pass. Minister Tumwebaze said this during an interview on NBS TV’s morning breeze, where he said that Bobi Wine is just a populist going around the country lying to people. “Kyagulanyi is a wave, and waves don't last. He has affected FDC, but NRM is intact even in Buganda, where he has some supporters,” Tumwebaze said, adding; “It is not enough for you to say you are tired of 35 years of Museveni. 35 years of doing what? It has been 35 years of reconstructing Uganda's economy.” The Minister also said that; “I heard ...
Gov’t Okays Licensed Labour Exportation Companies To Resume Operations

Gov’t Okays Licensed Labour Exportation Companies To Resume Operations

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By Our Reporter The government of Ugandan has relaxed restrictions on externalization of  labor to enable companies involved in the sourcing of external employment for migrant workers abroad are to resume business. “This is to inform all licensed companies involved in the sourcing of external employment for Ugandan migrant workers, that following the relaxing of a number of COVID lockdown measures by Ministry of Health and resumption of air travel, Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development will be lifting the ban on labour export by licensed companies in accordance with the existing mandatory Covid SOPs for all travelers,” Labour Minister, Mr Frank Tumwebaze tweeted on Tuesday. Mr Tumwebaze further said his ministry’s Permanent Secretary will issue a detailed sta...
SAGE Program Aims At Uplifting Livelihoods Of Elderly Person’- Min.  Tumwebaze

SAGE Program Aims At Uplifting Livelihoods Of Elderly Person’- Min. Tumwebaze

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By Our Reporter The Minister for Gender, Labour and Social Development (MGLSD), Hon. Frank Tumwebaze, has revealed that the government introduced the Social Assistance Grants for Empowerment (SAGE) program in a bid to uplift and improve the livelihoods of elderly persons in Uganda. In his message to all Ugandans to commemorate the International Day of Older Persons,  the Minister noted that  as we celebrate the International Day of Older Persons, which is observed every October 1st, remember that government through the Expanding Social Protection (ESP) rolled out the SAGE program to help the elderly. Quick Facts About SAGE Here are some of the facts about SAGE: Since 2010, the government of Uganda, through MGLSD’s under the ESP, programme has implemented the Senio...