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Ntungamo Workers' Councilors Sworn In

By Communications Office

 

Ntungamo Dlg

 

Workers representatives to Ntungamo district council have this morning been sworn in at Ntungamo district council hall.

The swearing in was in a council session presided over by the district speaker Elijah Atuhaire who cautioned the councilors against fronting personal interests instead of ensuring that the views of the people they represent are brought to the attention of the council.

Ntungamo Worker's Councilors Sworn Inn

By Communications Office

 

Ntungamo Dlg

 

Workers representatives to Ntungamo district council have this morning been sworn in at Ntungamo district council hall.

The swearing in was in a council session presided over by the district speaker Elijah Atuhaire who cautioned the councilors against fronting personal interests instead of ensuring that the views of the people they represent are brought to the attention of the council.

Ntungamo Worker's Councilors Sworn Inn

By Communications Office

 

Ntungamo Dlg

 

Workers representatives to Ntungamo district council have this morning been sworn in at Ntungamo district council hall.

The swearing in was in a council session presided over by the district speaker Elijah Atuhaire who cautioned the councilors against fronting personal interests instead of ensuring that the views of the people they represent are brought to the attention of the council.

Politicians Advised on Need to Pursue Further Studies

By Communications Office

NDLG

Ntungamo district local council five chairperson Denis Singahache has urged leaders in the district to focus on going for further education if they are to effectively serve their electorates and hold technocrats accountable.

 

 

Speaking at the function, Ntungamo district chief administrative officer Kweyamba Ruhemba urged the politicians to desist from corrupt tendencies which he says cripple service delivery

 

 

Government Urged to Support Local Innovators

 

 

By NDLG Communications Office

 

Ntungamo

 

The government of Uganda has been urged to move and support local innovators in the country in a bid to solve un employment and boast skills development.

 

This call was made by Kweyamba Ruhemba the Ntungamo district chief administrative officer during a meeting with a team of staff from the Ministry of Science, technology and innovation held at Ntungamo district headquarters.

 

Teachers Cautioned on Drunkenness

 

 

Teachers in the southwestern district of Ntungamo have been cautioned over allegations of drunkenss which believed to be affecting their performance .

The call was  on Friday made by the Uganda National Teachers Union Secretary General Philibert Baguma while facilitating at one day education workshop that attracted representatives of teachers from all the sub branches in the area held at Ntungamo District Council hall.

Police officers from Somalia commended

 

By Editorial Team

 

Over 160 Formed Police Officers (FPU) from the Field Force Unit that have been in AMISOM mission in somalia on a one year tour of duty have been appreciated for their endless efforts they put in to bring and preserve peace in that country.

This was during the debriefing ceremony that was held today at Field Force Police (FFP) headquarters,Naguru .

Local Governments Urged to Focus on Improving Local Revenue Generation

Ntungamo

Ntungamo district local council five chairperson Denis Singhahache has called of local governments to focus on improving local revenue generation if effective service delivery is to be realized.

The chairperson was today morning addressing sub county chiefs, members of the Civil societies ,heads of departments and political leaders as he opened a one-day training on Local Economic development held at Ntungamo district council hall in Ntungamo Municipality.

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