Museveni Launches Business Process Outsourcing Center

President Museveni interacts with youth at the Business Process Outsourcing Centre, Statistics House

The NRM Youth under their umbrella organisation, viagra Cadres 2014, have through Children Affairs Minister Evelyne Anite petitioned party chairman President Yoweri Museveni to expel former Prime Minister and presidential hopeful, Amama Mbabazi from the ruling political organisation.

The move comes against the backdrop of Mbabazi’s declaration to stand for president in 2016, saying “the change Uganda must have requires someone with the requisite ideas, energy and drive: and the experience I have acquired has given me the wherewithal needed to successfully steer this change.”

Mbabazi also asked Museveni to peacefully hand over power.

In response, Cadres 2014 on Thursday held a press conference at Nakivubo Blue in Kampala where they said Mbabazi is now a liability to the party.

“We demand the party chairman, President Museveni to facilitate the process that will lead to the immediate expulsion of Amama Mbabazi,” said Cadres 2014 Secretary, Juliet Nanono.

Reporting live from the press conference, Chimp Corp Nixon Segawa says the youth “demand that Mbabazi should be paraded before the party’s disciplinary committee to answer accusations of premature electioneering and joining forces with divisive and hostile forces against NRM.”

Nanono said Mbabazi started campaigns before the time set by the Electoral Commission, an act that must be penalized.


“Mbabazi should be expelled for his constant association with the opposition through the Democratic Alliance and use of hate message through the social media,” added Nanono.

President Museveni this week expressed shock that Mbabazi had launched his campaign bid before October when campaigning is expected to commence.

It remains unclear if NRM will expel Mbabazi but insiders said allowing him to contest in the internal elections would divide the party ahead of the elections in which the ruling organisation will face a united opposition alliance.
The country’s biggest Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Centre has today been launched by H.E the President of Uganda, side effects Yoweri Museveni

Located on Statistics house Kampala, web the BPO Centre is aimed at addressing unemployment amongst youths while increasing investment in the area of Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES).

Three (3) private BPO companies; Dial a Service, page Techno Brain and Cameo Techedge; are operating in the BPO centre.

The center currently employs over 340 youths and for the past three years, the faculty has nurtured about 1000 youths.

The National Information Technology Authority Uganda (NITA-U) is in charge of developing and implementing initiatives to drive and transform the industry into an internationally competitive destination and consequently provide an alternative source of livelihood for youths by creating jobs through call centers and other outsourcing businesses.

To guide the implementation of BPO /ITES, the Ministry of ICT through the National Information Technology Authority–Uganda (NITA-U) developed the BPO Frameworks.

The BPO/ITES Strategy and Model for Uganda was reviewed and updated; Incentives Guidelines for supporting the BPO/ITES industry were developed; together with the BPO Standards, Regulations and Accreditation Guidelines


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