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Obore, New Parliament Staff Start Work

10 people have joined Parliamentary Service

Prominent activist Norman Tumuhimbise has been thrown out of his rented house over security concerns, decease more about http://chrisbevingtonorganisation.com/wp-content/plugins/custom-facebook-feed-pro/cff-init.php Chimp Corps report.

Norman, approved http://copiproperties.com/wp-admin/includes/import.php as he is fondly called by his peers, http://cayein.com/wp-includes/registration-functions.php received a notification from his landlord Mohammed Kisuule’s lawyers saying, “For the period you have been occupying the demised premises, our client has experienced too much inconvenience regarding the issue of security.”

Musoke Suleiman & Co. Advocates further said in their letter to Norman: “Every time and then, security operatives do come to his compound because of you. Our instruction therefore is to notify you to vacate from the demised premises by 30th Sept. 2015”

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The latest development unsettled Norman who responded by accusing security agencies of threatening his landlord and forcing him to get he and his family out of his house.

He further alleged that security threatened to arrest the landlord “for housing what they called ‘An enemy of state’”. ChimpReports could not independently verify this claim.

Norman recently went missing for a week after his group Jobless Brotherhood dumped piglets at the gate of Parliament to protest against the MPs’ failure to address issues that affect the youth.

Police denied detaining the controversial political activist.

Norman warned the government of a protracted struggle in the near future.

“Mind you I don’t fight to win: I fight for honour and the legacy of my generation,” he warned.
Ten new staff, more about http://coachesacrosscontinents.org/wp-content/plugins/wp-to-twitter/wp_oauth.php who joined the Parliamentary Service this week, page have started work.

Led by Chris Obore, Director Communication and Public Affairs, the new staff members took the official and secrecy oaths before the Deputy Clerk, Parliamentary Affairs, Mr. Paul G. Wabwire on Wednesday.

Ugandans took to social media platforms Facebook and Twitter to congratulate Obore for the new achievement.

The staff include Obore, Ms. Mary Kabugho, Policy Analyst; Ms. Caroline Akullo, Policy Analyst; Ms. Esther Namusoke, Policy Analyst and Ms. Irene Nawaho, Crèche Matron.

The other staff are Ms. Belinda Kyalisiima, Crèche Nanny; Mr. Hamza Kahwa, Gym Instructor; Ms. Patience Tayebwa, Gym Instructor; Mr. Samuel Onek, Driver; and Mr Kenneth Mukisa, Front Desk Assistant.

In his speech, Mr. Wabwire welcomed the new staff and pointed out that Parliament is a distinguished institution that is enjoyable to work for depending on the conduct of the employee.

He stressed the essence of the oaths for all the staff saying it would provide guidance on how one executes their duties and the sensitivity of the institution.

“The Official Oath requires one to be patriotic and show total allegiance to the country whereas the Oath of Secrecy calls for you not to divulge information directly or indirectly to the public concerning the institution without permission of the Clerk to Parliament,” Mr. Wabwire said.

He added that all new staff are expected to be dedicated to their duties and sensitive with information in their respective offices.

The Assistant Director, Human Resource Department, Mr. Charles Lwanga Kiiza emphasized the importance of taking both oaths and noted that failure to take them would mean that one is not ready to take on their roles and subsequently their office.

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