By Our Reporter
The Speaker of Parliament Rt. Hon. Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga graced the wedding of Mbale District Police Commander (DPC) Fred Ahimbisibwe and his lovely baby mama Winnie Ahimbisibwe, who tied the knot on Saturday October 24, 2020.
The scientific wedding ceremony. which was held at All Saints Cathedral in Namirembe, was attended by a few close family members and police officers, in a bid to follow the Ministry of Health guidelines on preventing the spread of COVID-19.
after their wedding, wedding Speaker Kadaga, who was the Chief Guest at the function,
wrote thus on Facebook;
witnessed the wedding of Fred Ahimbisibwe (DPC, Mbale) and Winnie at All Saints
Cathedral where I usually go for my prayers.
Speaker Rebecca Kadaga delivering her speec...
say the long-delayed project has put limits on how they can use their land and
failed to pay promised compensation
Two years ago, surveyors came
to measure a swathe of land cutting through the Bitamale family’s homestead in
The family was not sure whether
the land acquisition in their village in Buliisa district was for a road or a
pipeline, but they knew it was connected to a multibillion-dollar oil project
coming to the low plain beside Lake Albert.
“The surveyors told us we
shouldn’t use the land where they passed,” Violet Bitamale told the Thomson
Reuters Foundation, indicating an invisible line between a nearby tree and the
house of her adult son.
But since then, nobody has come
to develop the land and the family has received no compensation fo...
By Elite News Reporter
The Mafias that forced Tamale Mirundi from NBS TV are
back again, this time hunting for the head of Sarah Opendi, the State Minister
for Mineral Resources….
Hon. Opendi told Parliament on Thursday that she continues
to receive death threats from anonymous people who she described as mafias
promoting illegal gold mining in Uganda.
The Minister said that ever since she was appointed to
the docket in January, after serving as a State Minister for Health in charge of
General Duties, said that her mission was to clean the mining industry, but
there are some people who are trying to frustrate her efforts.
She noted however that the threats will not frustrate
her efforts against illegal mining activities and the violation of rights of
By Keefa Nuwahereza
As a way of implementing the Ministry of Health
guidelines of preventing the spread of Coronavirus by avoiding large crowds,
the management of Cavendish University on Friday held a Virtual and Scientific
Graduation ceremony, which was tele-conferenced from Speke Resort Munyonyo, where it was hosted.
Speaker Rebecca Kagada (L) was the Chief Guest at the Graduation Ceremony
The Cavendish 9th graduation ceremony, which was attended by a few graduands,
officials from Cavendish University and other distinguished guests, was officiated
over by the Speaker of Parliament Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga, who was Chief Guest.
Some of the Cavendish University officials arriving at the function
The other notable attendees were the Chancellor and
By Abel Kawere
Kampala, Uganda: The Speaker of
Parliament of Uganda Hon. Rebecca Kadaga, has today applauded Huawei for their
efforts in improving ICT and Innovation in Uganda.
The Speaker, who was the chief
guest, made these remarks at a donation ceremony that happened at Kamuli where
Huawei handed over assorted equipment.
The donation was handed to Hon. Rebecca Kadaga by Mr. Liu Jiawei, Huawei Uganda’s Managing Director, in the presence of the LC1, LC5, and the area Member of Parliament among other leaders.
Speaker Rebecca Kadaga addressing the gathering
“On behalf of the government of
Uganda, I continue to commend you Huawei for your great contribution to I.C.T
and Innovation of this nation. We have indeed proved you as an industry leader
because of your efficien...
By Keefa Nuwahereza
People Power pressure group leader Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine, who is also the Kyadondo East Member of Parliament, today submitted to Parliament his tentative programme for national consultations ahead of the 2021 presidential election.
Bobi Wine revealed his programme for the first week of January 2020 in a letter he submitted to the Inspector General of Police, copied to Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga, to the Uganda Police, UPDF, the Electoral Commission and all concerned Authorities.
Bobi Wine's first Presidential consultation programme
Bobi Wine's letter reads thus;"NOTIFICATION OF PUBLIC MEETINGS TO CONDUCT CONSULTATIONS UNDER SECTION 3 OF THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS ACT, 2005Please refer to my letter (REF: MP/KE/122/19 to the Chairperson El...