New Ugandan Ministers Swear As One Is Denied.

Our reporter.

The Kyaka south Mp Jackson Kafuuzi has today missed out on the swearing in ceremony of the newly appointed ministers.

The swearing in ceremony has today been presided over by the chief justice Bart Katureebe in presence of President Yoweri Museveni at state house in Entebbe.

The ceremony saw eight ministers taking Oath and these included ministers for local government Rapheal magyezi, Minister for ICT Judith Nabakooba and her junior minister Peter Ogwang.

Others are State minister for health general duties Robinah Nabanja, state for sports Hamson Obua, Molly Kamukama for fisheries, state minister of environment Beatrice Aknywar and Hellen Adoa, the state minister for fisheries.

However, Jackson Kafuuzi who had been appointed as deputy Attorney general missed out on swearing in ceremony.

Sources indicate that president Museveni cautioned the new ministers against corruption.

Just towards the end of last year the president led a walk against corruption which was a sign and commitment from the fountain of honor to combat graft which is a huge cancer among Ugandans.

At the start of this term of office, the president warned all civil servants of tough measures to curb corruption and un faithful civil servants.

Corruption has continued to affect Uganda’s growth with over USD.500M meant to facilitate growth and development is swindled every year by top government officials.


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