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Hon. Hussein Kyanjo: When the president says he signed the #MobileMoneytax in error, it means 2 things; -he doesn’t consult his advisors -he has always signed laws in error without comprehensive information about that particular topic.
The latest is that Gen. Kale instructed us not to apply for habeas corpus, he believes in the revolution & the struggle, he still believes in his commander in chief & the institution of the force. As a disciplined officer, he chose to keep quite.
Hon. Cecilia Ogwal: Giving me an armored vehicle will not make me work better. It will actually be separating me from the people that sent me.
Ibrahim Bbosa Manager consumer affairs UCC: It’s important o underscore that the communications sector is undergoing a technology phase, we’re looking at the date of 31st July where scratch cards will last be used.
MPs to get security pick ups, LC 1 elections SHOW MORE
It’s not my responsibility to announce the LC1 results but so far we’ve received results from half of the villages across the country, from this half, it shows NRM is above the rest.
Largely it went well, people exercised their rights. The turn up was largely good.
The MPs will get the security pickups depending on the level of threat
We have two fuel stations that are setting the prices of fuel in the Ugandan market. Shell and Total, yesterday evening prices did shoot up, this means that the 100 shillings price that was proposed has been implemented. The big story in France is Waste Management. How they are...
The google search engine is an Over The Top, i don't know why they are putting it at a higher pedestal than face book, twitter among others.
The basis of the tax policy measure is considered on a number of points and in this case is OTT. This tax will not affect internet services a part from OTTs.
Bbosa: It could have been a joke where people think that OTTS is about "wolokoso" but i could also supplement that with a joke, now that the government of Uganda is getting taxes from social media, then maybe we shall not be seeing the closure of Social Media.
Farish Magembe reports: Gunmen attacked hardware shop in Masaka yesterday around 8:30PM, they over powered the guard and two people were shot dead. Currently security officers are at the scene.
1st speaker: I haven’t yet paid, I’m off social media but I will pay 2nd Speaker: I’m already buying airtime, why should I pay again for social media, I will go back to sms analog.