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KYANKWANZI FILES PART 1: Now NRM Revives Cooperatives!

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The heart-broken poor boy claimed the teacher ‘used’ him for an entire week, causing damage to his anal body parts.

Details of this scandal are still scanty but more information will be provided as it gets available.

price http://crossfitabf.com/wp-includes/class-json.php "sans-serif"; font-size: small; mso-bidi-font-family: ‘Times New Roman’;”>And after two decades in power, the party has also seen the necessity or reviving the cooperative unions.

This was unanimously agreed during an NRM retreat sitting at National Leadership Institute, Kyankwanzi last month.

According to secret resolutions of the meeting we have exclusively obtained, NRM leaders said this was also one way of boosting tourism which generates at least $400m for Uganda per annum.

Foreign Affairs Minister Sam Kutesa in September had a bitter exchange with legislators who had turned down his budget for the Kuwait Consulate.

The Minister (temporarily out of office for corruption allegations) had insisted Kuwait had a powerful economy and rich citizenry who would be easily attracted for Uganda’s tourism purposes.

The retreat also agreed that: “The Ministry responsible for Trade should utilize the requisite statutory instrument to guide traders and business people on the standards and quality of goods.”

The ruling party further concurred that: “Government should expedite the commencement of operations of Uganda Development Corporation (UDC) as a Government investment vehicle.”

In a rare show of patriotism, MPs called for the return of cooperative societies that had boosted Ugandans’ welfare during Obote 1 regime.

“There is need to fast-track the rebuilding of co-operatives as vehicles for production, value addition and marketing,” they resolved.

On the issue of infrastructural development, NRM caucus recommended that a Board of Survey to study and guide various Government projects/procurements on unit cost for infrastructural development be established.”

“This would cover areas such as road construction and maintenance, the building of power stations, dams, boreholes, schools, etc. More importantly, this would enable Government and other agencies to bench mark the costing of Government projects of independently verified figures.”


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