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Tayebwa calls for calm over the suspension of World Bank funding

The Deputy Speaker, Thomas Tayebwa has urged Members of Parliament to remain calm as the government continues to engage the World Bank on funding of new projects. The World Bank Group issued  a statement on 08 August 2023 suspending new public financing to Uganda following  the enactment of the Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2023. The World Bank […]

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Tayebwa to Mao: Museveni is a man of his word, better keep yours

Featured Photo Caption:The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Rt.Hon.Thomas Tayebwa with the  Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister Nobert Mao.Photo by Alex Esagala/Office of the Deputy Speaker (L-):Senior Presidential Advisor on Defence and Security and the national coordinator of Operation Wealth Creation, Gen Caleb Akandwanaho (Salim Saleh ),the Deputy Speaker of Parliament Rt.Hon.Thomas Tayebwa and the  Justice

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Let us have common position on Anti-gay law – Tayebwa

The Deputy Speaker, Thomas Tayebwa has tasked the Prime Minister, Robinah Nabanjja to develop a standard position on the Anti-Homosexuality Act to be disseminated by Uganda’s missions abroad. He gave the directive while chairing the House on Tuesday, 04 July 2023. “There are disjointed responses. Each embassy is giving its own statement on the act

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Kampala,Uganda:The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Thomas Tayebwa has called for tougher action against corrupt and incompetent accounting officers rather than either being dropped or recycled.

By Godfrey Kiyingi/KMA Updates The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Thomas Tayebwa has called for tougher action against corrupt and incompetent accounting officers rather than either being dropped or recycled. This was in relation to the current list of accounting officers that was released by the PSST Ministry of Finance accused of failing to manage and

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Tayebwa on the spot as parliament approves Shs 207bn for shares in Roko

BY URN. Parliament has in controversial circumstances approved the proposed government purchase of 150,000 preference shares in 52-year-old Roko Construction Limited worth Shs 207 billion amidst protests from a section of MPs. Rt. Hon. Thomas Tayebwa/Uganda’s Deputy speaker. On Thursday, deputy speaker of parliament Thomas Tayebwa told MPs that he had received communication from the

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