Enrollment in technical & vocational institutes low-Govt

The ministry of education discovers that there is low enrollment of students in technical and vocational institutions despite government’s heavy investment in these institutions.

Jobless brotherhood vow to demonstrate in town

The jobless brotherhood, commonly known for sneaking pigs in parliament and town in protest reveal that they are set to embark on a new campaign in which youth will show dissatisfaction over high unemployment levels.

Uganda Prison Services chocking on 46 billion debt

The Ugandan Prison Services is chocking on the 46 billion shillings debt resulting from failure to pay for utility bills and food items

Lwamafa, Obey, Kunsa further remanded

The Former Permanent Secretary Ministry of Public Service Jimmy Lwamafa together with the Principal Accountant Christopher Obey will have to spend another weekend in Luzira Prison after DPP objected to their release on bail.

MP Nsanja urges NRM party to clean the register

Ntenjeru North Mp Patrick Nsanja warns that NRM party primaries may suffer yet from confusion and other challenges, if the concerns being raised about the party register are not handled