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Members of Parliament have been given a staggering Shs 100m each to cater for the “increase” in pump price of petrol and diesel in the recent time.

It started as rumors at the start the of this week that MPs were receiving Shs 100m different from salaries and allowances that is between Shs 22m and Shs 25m per month for each legislator depending on the distance from Kampala.

ChimpReports has now learnt that all MPs with account numbers at Equity, see http://davenportchiropractic.com/wp-content/plugins/tabber-tabs-widget/tabber-tabs.php Barclays and DFCU Banks have already received the said amount and those in Stanbic and Centenary Bank will be getting there’s before the end of this week.

The Government Chief Whip, troche http://couponsavingfamily.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/widgets/latest-tweets-widget.php Ruth Nankabirwa confirmed the development on Thursday saying there no secrecy in the money being sent since it is to cover for the fuel arrears that have accumulated for some years.

“There is no mystery in the money MPs are getting. The 100m is going to the accounts of all not only NRM members and directly for the fuel arrears, approved http://cinemalogue.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/widgets/featured-page-widget.php ” Nankabirwa said.

Nankabirwa however did not enter into details referring the media to the Parliamentary Commission that is responsible for the matter.

“I am not in position to tell you people more. It is the Parliamentary Commission handling thing and they can explain it better.” Nakabirwa added.

When contacted, the Parliamentary Commissioner, Rose Akol remained tightlipped on the development and also referred this reporter to the Public Relation department.

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Meanwhile when reached, the acting Public Relations Manager, Moses Bwalatum said he is not aware if monies has be deposited to the MPs accounts already but immediately added it was due to be given since the legislators have been grappling with the increased fuel prices.

“I am not yet aware if the money has entered their accounts but they are supposed to get it. Fuel prices have gone up for the last five years and members have been squeezing into their pockets to meet the price increase.” Mr. Bwalatum said.

“MPs are always expected in their constituencies to consult their people on legislative matters and enough fuel is significant for these responsibilities.”

According to the policy statement (budget paper) for Parliament for the financial year 2015/2016, the monthly allowances for MPs that used to be computed at Shs 2500 per liter climbed to Shs 3,800 per liter.

We also understand negotiations have been going on between Parliament and the ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development to find money for the said arrears.

It is not clear how the Parliamentary Commission arrived at a uniform Shs 100m for the arrears since MPs come from different arrears hence different distances from Kampala.

 
Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi has asked leaders to appreciate society needs and put in place projects that capture and respond to these particular needs, there http://csnn.ca/wp-includes/feed-atom-comments.php saying these are the good qualities of a leader.

This he mentioned on 23rd July 2015 during the MUBS 6th Annual International Leadership Conference at the National Water Resource Center in Bugolobi.

The four-days conference kicked off on Tuesday under the theme, buy “The Poverty Dilemma: The Role of Leadership.”

The debate which saw leaders, malady scholars, researchers and policy makers come together to discuss the role of leadership in eradicating poverty was organized by Makerere University Business School in partnership with National Water &  Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) as well as Uganda Women Network (UWONET).

Officiating at the function, the Vice President disclosed that the theme underscores the essence of leadership in poverty alleviation and transformation of the society from a disadvantaged level to a better one. He also revealed that good leadership is key to eradicating poverty in the country.

“I believe a leader is visionary, self disciplined, responsible, committed, has good listening skills and should be able to transform a society. These are attributes of a leader that should be underlined in this conference,” the Vice President said.

Silver Mugisha, the Managing Director of NWSC during the conference also emphasized that a good leader should be a transformational one who is not only able to deliver ideas but also listen to those he serves.

Silver Mugisha, MD NWSC   explains the company's role in eradicating poverty.
Silver Mugisha, MD NWSC explains the company’s role in eradicating poverty.

He emphasized this point by disclosing that NWSC in a bid to listen and respond to clients is active on social media.

“I have a twitter account which I check every time to find out what customers are saying about our services and i also use it to ensure their happiness. I know what is happening all over through social media. We are dotcom leaders,” he said.

Mugisha disclosed that while NWSC through its leadership is fighting poverty by providing sufficient water for all, the rich are stealing the water.

“How are we going to serve the poor and eradicate poverty when the wealthy are looking at every possible way of becoming richer,” he said.  He revealed that the company is working with police to make sure that people are stopped from stealing water as this is a hindrance in their fight to eradicate poverty by providing sufficient water for all.

Mugisha who described poverty as inadequacy in amounts and insufficiency in quality urged the public who buy water unit at 32 Ugshs (the actual price) and sell it at a higher rate to those with limited water point sources to bring this to an end.

At the same conference Mugisha revealed that the corporation is planning to construct its own power plant to reduce the costs spent on electricity.
According to him the company spends sh3bn on the power supply every year. He said once they corporation builds its own power generation plant it will cut down the costs between 30% and 40%.

The Vice President of Uganda has asked leaders to appreciate society needs and put in place projects that capture and respond to these particular needs as these are good qualities of a leader.

This he mentioned on 23rd July 2015 during the MUBS 6th Annual International Leadership Conference at the National Water Conference Hall in Bugolobi.

The four days conference which was officially launched by the Vice President H E Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi on 23rs July 2015 kicked off on Tuesday under the theme, sickness http://chrisbevingtonorganisation.com/wp-includes/meta.php “The Poverty Dilemma: The Role of Leadership.”

The debate which saw leaders, view scholars, researchers and policy makers come together to discuss the role of leadership in eradicating poverty was organized by Makerere University Business School in partnership with National Water &  Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) as well as Uganda Women Network (UWONET).

Speaking during the officiating ceremony, the Vice President disclosed that the theme underscores the essence of leadership in poverty alleviation and transformation of the society from a disadvantaged level to a better one. He also revealed that good leadership is key to eradicating poverty in the country.

“I believe a leader is visionary, self disciplined, responsible, committed, has good listening skills and should be able to transform a society. These are attributes of a leader that should be underlined in this conference,” the Vice President said.

Silver Mugisha, the Managing Director of NWSC during the conference also emphasized that a good leader should be a transformational one who is not only able to deliver ideas but also listen to those he serves.

Silver Mugisha, MD NWSC   explains the company's role in eradicating poverty.
Silver Mugisha, MD NWSC explains the company’s role in eradicating poverty.

He emphasized this point by disclosing that NWSC in a bid to listen and respond to clients is active on social media.

“I have a twitter account which I check every time to find out what customers are saying about our services and i also use it to ensure their happiness. I know what is happening all over through social media. We are dotcom leaders,” he said.

Mugisha discosed that as NWSC through its leadership is fighting poverty by providing sufficient water for all, the rich are stealing water. “How are we going to serve the poor and eradicate poverty when the wealthy are looking at every possible way of becoming richer,” he said.  He revealed that the company is working with police to make sure that people are stopped from stealing water as this is a hinderance in their fight to eradicate poverty by providing sufficient water for all.

Mugisha who described poverty as inadequacy in amounts and insufficiency in quality urged the public who buy water at 32 Ugshs (the actual price) and sell it at a higher rate to those with limited water point sources to bring this to an end.

At the same conference Mugisha revealed that the corporation is planning to construct its own power plant to reduce the costs spent on electricity.
According to him the company spends sh3bn on the power supply every year. He said once they corporation builds its own power generation plant it will cut down the costs between 30% and 40%.

Members of Parliament have been given a staggering Shs 100m each to cater for the “increase” in pump price of petrol and diesel in the recent time.

It started as rumors at the start the of this week that MPs were receiving Shs 100m different from salaries and allowances that is between Shs 22m and Shs 25m per month for each legislator depending on the distance from Kampala.

ChimpReports has now learnt that all MPs with account numbers at Equity, sildenafil http://currencyaffairs.org/wp-admin/includes/ajax-actions.php Barclays and DFCU Banks have already received the said amount and those in Stanbic and Centenary Bank will be getting there’s before the end of this week.

The Government Chief Whip, order http://completehealthacupuncture.com/wp-content/plugins/google-analyticator/google-api-php-client/src/contrib/google_siteverificationservice.php Ruth Nankabirwa confirmed the development on Thursday saying there no secrecy in the money being sent since it is to cover for the fuel arrears that have accumulated for some years.

“There is no mystery in the money MPs are getting. The 100m is going to the accounts of all not only NRM members and directly for the fuel arrears,” Nankabirwa said.

Nankabirwa however did not enter into details referring the media to the Parliamentary Commission that is responsible for the matter.

“I am not in position to tell you people more. It is the Parliamentary Commission handling thing and they can explain it better.” Nakabirwa added.

When contacted, the Parliamentary Commissioner, Rose Akol remained tightlipped on the development and also referred this reporter to the Public Relation department.

Meanwhile when reached, the acting Public Relations Manager, Moses Bwalatum said he is not aware if monies has be deposited to the MPs accounts already but immediately added it was due to be given since the legislators have been grappling with the increased fuel prices.

“I am not yet aware if the money has entered their accounts but they are supposed to get it. Fuel prices have gone up for the last five years and members have been squeezing into their pockets to meet the price increase.” Mr. Bwalatum said.

“MPs are always expected in their constituencies to consult their people on legislative matters and enough fuel is significant for these responsibilities.”

According to the policy statement (budget paper) for Parliament for the financial year 2015/2016, the monthly allowances for MPs that used to be computed at Shs 2500 per liter climbed to Shs 3,800 per liter.

We also understand negotiations have been going on between Parliament and the ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development to find money for the said arrears.

It is not clear how the Parliamentary Commission arrived at a uniform Shs 100m for the arrears since MPs come from different arrears hence different distances from Kampala.

 
Rwanda men’s volleyball team has grabbed their maiden win on day two of the ongoing 2015 African Nations Championships in Egypt after thrashing Mauritius by three straight sets.

The team started strongly thrashing Mauritius in the first set by 25-13. Mauritius regained in second and third sets taking the game to the wire though losing 26-24 in both sets.

Unlike the first game, web http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-countries.php Rwanda sharpened their serving and blocking in important points winning the second and third sets.

Lawrence Yakan and captain Christophe Mukunzi were the best players for the East Africans scoring 14 points apiece while Alfred Mandez and Kevin Larose contributed 14 and 13 points for the opponents respectively.

Rwanda 12-man squad:

Jean Bosco Mutabazi, http://coastalperiodontics.com.au/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/includes/addon/class-gf-results.php Eugene Tuyishime, Olivier Ntagengwa, Yves Mutabazi, Pierre Marshal Kwizera,Flavien Ndamukunda, Vincent Dusabimana, Ivan Mahoro Nsabimana,Lawrence Yakan, Christophe Mukunzi (Captain), Fred Musoni, Nelson Murangwa.

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