UGANDA: Behind Museveni’s abolishing of govt university scholarships
CHANGE OF GUARDS – The Museveni regime recently decreed the scrapping of government scholarship for university students. The state offers scholarships to about 12,000 students at its 9 public universities. Of these, 6,296 are from the oldest and biggest university, Makerere. Two months ago, the regime issued another decree scrapping provision of meals by private companies. In 2014 the regime scrapped provision of meals to students but instead it paid students 4,000/= (slightly less than one and a half US dollar) daily for meals provided by private companies that were contracted to run restaurants at the 9 halls of residence.Read More
UGANDA convention Toronto, Canada confirms NIRA attendance & other NRM regime reps
Convention News Flash — The Uganda Canada Convention organizing committee is happy to report that NIRA-Uganda(National Identity and Registration Authority), the Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration, Ministry of Internal AffairsRead More
UGANDA: Road authority forced to employ substandard contractor owned by Museveni’s brother – DAMN!
A section of the Nakalama-Tirinyi-Mbale road that was cut off by floods. Courtesy photo Traffic suspended as floods cut off Nakalama-Tirinyi-Mbale road KAMPALA (DAILY MONITOR) – Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA)Read More