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Government Will Not Shelve Land Amendments – Minister Baryomunsi

Government Will Not Shelve Land Amendments – Minister Baryomunsi

The Government is not going to drop plans to amend the country’s land laws despite pressure from ‘some sections’ of the public. The Information, and National Guidance Minister, Dr. Chris Baryomunsi said this. With that, he further said that the government will ‘encourage the debate’ on the issue until a middle ground is found. ‘’We have seen a lot of ...

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Leave Politicians To Give People Food – Kasuku To Government

Leave Politicians To Give People Food, Kasuku To Government

Famous media personality, Kasuku has told the government to leave politicians to give people food. He said this after government represented by Dr. Baryomunsi said politicians should stop giving out food. According to Baryomunsi, politicians are putting the people at the risk of getting covid by collecting them in one place. He said those who want to donate should do ...

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Government Has Warned Politicians Against Distributing Food Physically

Government Has Warned Politicians Against Distributing Food Physically

The government has warned politicians against distributing food physically. Apparently, this is putting people at the risk of getting Coronavirus due to collecting in one place. Minister of Information and National Guidance, Dr. Chris Baryomunsi, sent this caution to the government. “We have learnt that some politicians both from the ruling party and the opposition have bought food and some ...

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Housing State Minister Calls For More Investment Into The Sector

Housing State Minister Calls For More Investment Into The Sector

State Minister for Housing Dr Chris Baryomunsi has called for huge investment into the housing sector to cater for the speedy need and demand for modern housing units in Kampala Launching Uganda Baati limited latest SafeBuild product brand in the market Baryomunsi said housing units do not much with current population explosion. “Uganda has the fastest growing demography with high ...

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