• 9th parliament fails to meet expectations of public-report

    A new report indicates that the 9th parliament has largely failed to meet the expectations of the public and that instead many Mps are becoming a public disgrace given the corruption scandals and immoral activities they are involved in. The report authored by the Uganda Governance Platform is based on

  • ACCU wants Rugunda to put transparency & accountability top on his priority

    Anti Corruption Coalition Uganda-ACCU appeals to Prime Minister Designate Ruhakana Rugunda to put the fight for transparency and accountability top on his priorities list. ACCU Executive Director Cissy Kagaba says corruption has over the years topped Uganda’s most complex governance question and that Rugunda assumes duty at a time when

  • Study science that provides solution

    The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Education Rose Nassali advises students that as they take on science subjects, they should use science to solve Uganda’s problems and also improve their lives. Nassali says students should study science and provide practical solutions to the environmental, health and other complex issues affecting their

  • Corruption a curse- top police officer

    A top police officer describes corruption as a curse which needs divine intervention if it is to be stamped out. Michael Mugabi, the joint security operations chief warns that basing on what has happened to former corrupt leaders, including presidents, beneficiaries of corruption always lead a life of suffering. Mugabi

  • Revive the national carrier-tourism stakeholders

    Stakeholders in the tourism sector reignite the demand of having the national carrier, the Uganda Airlines revived noting that this will help boost Uganda’s tourism sector. The defunct Uganda airline was established in 1976 but its operations were grounded because of corruption, mismanagement and political interference among other factors. A

  • First ever early warning flood system launched

    Butaleja district Woman MP Florence Nebanda hails government for the just launched early warning flood system noting that this will help overcome disaster and save people’s lives. The early warning flood system, the first of its kind in Uganda was recently launched to help alert communities shift to safer zones