The State House Comptroller, nurse visit http://chicagohouse.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/list.php Mrs. Lucy Nakyobe Mbonye, viagra http://contentisbae.com/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-core/bp-core-widgets.php has called on State House Secretaries to maintain discipline, viagra order http://ctabuenosaires.org.ar/wp-admin/includes/theme.php integrity and the right attitude in order to succeed in their work.
She made the call at the Uganda Management Institute (UMI) in Kampala during the closing ceremony of a 4-day course for State House Secretaries over the weekend. The course, which hinged mainly on the changing role of Secretaries, attracted Secretaries of all ranks.
“We the Secretaries should become administrators in the offices where we are. You need to help your bosses to coordinate the activities in their offices,” she emphasized.
She reminded them that it was vital to have good judgment as they perform their roles on a day-today-basis. Mrs. Nakyobe also observed that a Secretary in State House was unique when compared to counterparts in other departments because of the institution being a political office. She noted that this fact makes it the most challenging institution as one who is employed there meets people of all shades and character while serving.
As State House Comptrpoller, Nakyobe heads all administrative roles therein, with her duties spanning ensuring proper coordination and organisation of all operations and activities in State House, tendering advice to the President in respect of the business, general administration and policy issues, ensuring implementation of Government business and also ensuring proper expenditure of public funds in accordance with laid down Government accounting procedures.
She was pleased to note that the participants had learnt to manage stress. She stressed to them the vital role of team work and customer care adding that what matters today was how one can manage the office. She urged them to be dedicated while doing their work and congratulated them for completing their course successfully.
Mrs. Nakyobe Mbonye presented certificates to participants who passed their exams.
Busia LC V by-elections were seen as another opportunity for the opposition political parties to test their move of fielding a single candidate against the ruling NRM party but the coalition seemed not to yield positive results after the NRM candidate emerged victor.
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Opposition Democratic Party (DP) president Norbert Mao congratulated Mr. Wanyama despite expressing discontent with the entire process.
“Busia election results are out. Though we have serious reservations about the integrity of the process and the outcome, we congratulate Mr. Wanyama Oundo Steven,” Mao noted.
Mao added, “We started from far behind as challengers to the status quo and battled the full force of the state machinery, I therefore salute our candidate Hasubi Deogratius Njoki for his commitment and say thank you Busia.”
Mao stated that despite losing to the NRM in the by-election, opposition had continued to earn support and increase its popularity among the people in Busia.
“From Busitema and Buteba in the North to Busime and Majanji on the shores of Lake Victoria in the South; from Buyanga in the West to Busia Municipality in the East, the people have made a statement that they are tired of the status quo. Busia will never be the same after this. Museveni will never take Busia for granted again.”
On the same note the Leader of Opposition in Parliament and a member of FDC, Philip Wafula Oguttu has expressed shock over the results which favored the NRM candidate.
“I have attended 11 by-elections and we (opposition) won 8 of them but this is the first one whose results have shocked me,” Wafula exclaimed.
“I can only say that the peaceful regime change many of us crave for could be a pipe dream. As it is, it is only those who have access to and control taxpayer’s money that can easily rent political support and rig elections.”