Uganda will on June 9th 2019 celebrate the 30thHeroes’Day anniversary, an annual event to pay tribute to people who exemplified and defended the highest values of patriotism and sacrifice for the wellbeing of the country and its citizens.
Duncan Abigaba has over four years of experience in public administration at managerial level. He is a Manager at Government Citizen Interaction Centre, Government of Uganda. The centre serves as the primary contact point for citizens in Government. He was the acting Head of the Centre between April, 2017 and September, 2018, where he relentlessly
The concept of doing business was founded on the principle that economic activity benefits from clear and coherent rules set out to facilitate the resolution of disputes and provide contractual partners with protections against arbitrariness and abuse. Such rules are much more effective in promoting growth and development when there is efficient, transparent and accessibility
On October 30th 1945, armed with £50,000, Charles Lockhart was unveiled as first chairman of East Africa Air Transport Authority (EATA). Among other responsibilities, EATA was charged with the creation of East African Airways (EAA). On New Year’s Day 1946, East African Airways made its maiden flight. The dream of an East African Airline was mooted
Government authority and legitimacy rest on a network of beliefs about human nature, society and the purpose of government. History shows Speculation on these matters eventually led to a new branch of study- political philosophy/theory. This new branch was majorly cultivated by the ancient Greek philosophers of classical antiquity. Like all philosophy, political philosophy is
The government has advised media owners affected by the directive to suspend their staff to seek legal redress arguing that Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) is simply carrying out its mandate. The State Minister for Housing, Chris Baryomunsi made the statement today during the plenary sitting while responding to the directive by UCC that ordered suspension
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has launched phase four of the National Backbone Infrastructure Connectivity project for West Nile. The ceremony took place today at St. Charles Lwanga Senior Secondary School grounds in Koboko District. The government of Uganda through the National Information Technology, Uganda (NITA-U), with funding from the World Bank, is implementing the national