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New Finance Minister Amos Lugolobi To Read 2021/2022 FY Budget

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The newly appointed Minister of Finance Amos Lugolobi is today expected to read a 44.7 trillion budget for the 2021 /2022 financial year.

This is a decrease of shs 714 billion for the first time compared to the approved resource envelope of 2020/2021.

The budget report of the Budget Committee was approved by the 10th parliament in May 2021 presided over by the former Speaker of Parliament.

76 percent of the resource envelope is expected will come from domestic revenue constituting 76.7 percent while 23.3 percent will be external revenue.

According to the report of the Budget Committee, the drop this financial year is largely attributed to the projected decrease of shs2.4 billion in external financing for project support.


Hon. Amos Lugoloobi, the Chairperson of the Budget Committee in the 10th parliament revealed to the 10th parliament that that the greatest share of resources is towards debt-related payments, inclusive of domestic arrears at 38 percent.

“Safeguarding debt sustainability should be prioritized. In this regard, there is a need for continued domestic revenue mobilization and sound project implementation especially to realize the envisaged growth dividend from infrastructure investment,” Lugoloobi reported.

 In the approved budget for 2021/2022, sector allocations see Defence take Shs3.4 trillion, Uganda National Roads Authority shs3.1 trillion, Ministry of Health Shs1.4 trillion , Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development shs1 trillion and Ministry of Agriculture Shs500 billion.

Hon. Amos Lugoloobi, the Chairperson of the Budget Committee in the 10th parliament revealed to the 10th parliament that that the greatest share of resources is towards debt-related payments, inclusive of domestic arrears at 38 percent.

“Safeguarding debt sustainability should be prioritized. In this regard, there is need for continued domestic revenue mobilization and sound project implementation especially to realise the envisaged growth dividend from infrastructure investment,” Lugoloobi reported.



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KITALO! Abayimbi bali mu maziga, wuuno Polodyusa w’ennyimba attiddwa mu bukambwe e Kireka

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Entiisa ebuutikidde abatuuze b’e Kireka, Polodyusa Daviri Allan bw’asangiddwa ng’attiddwa enkya ya leero.

Omulambo gwa Polodyusa Allan gusangiddwa mu nju mwabadde asula mu kitaba ky’omusaayi era gulabiddwa abatuuze omu ku baneyiba ku ssaawa nga 12 ez’okumakya ga leero ne batemya ku Poliisi.

Okusinzira kw’amyuka omwogezi wa Poliisi mu Kampala n’emirirwano Luke Owoyesigyire, Polodyusa Allan abadde alina situdiyo mu nju kyokka okumpi n’omulambo wasangiddwawo obwambe bubiri (2) nga akamu kaliko omusaayi.

Owoyesigyire agamba nti okunoonyereza kulaga nti waabaddewo okulwanagana okutuusa Polodyusa Allan lwe yattiddwa.

Omulambo gutwaliddwa mu ddwaaliro ekkulu e Mulago okwekebejjebwa nga Poliisi etandiise okunoonyereza.


Poliisi egamba nti abatuuze bagiddwako sitetimenti ezigenda okubayambako mu kunoonyereza kwabwe okuzuula abatemu n’ensonga lwaki yattiddwa.



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Flavia Tumusiime reveals ‘she’s been battling Covid-19’ after surviving

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Media Personality Flavia Tumusiime has opened up that she has been battling with Coronavirus for the past fortnight.

Taking to her Facebook page, Flavia Tumusiime revealed that suffering from Covid-19 is the worst experience one can ever have. The stunning mother of one added that she never wishes for anyone to suffer from the deadly pandemic.

She advises everyone to take precautions and observe SOPs to avoid contracting or spreading the pandemic.

“Are you being safe? My heart goes out to all who have lost loved ones and are nursing the sick. My heart to you who is positive with COVID and in isolation fighting your best.

I can’t begin to explain the feeling when you think your sense of smell will never return or that your chest that is hurting so bad is a sign of damage inside.


I have healed and don’t wish it upon anyone. Please wear your mask, sanitize since we must still go to work to fend for ourselves and our families. Praying for us all.”, she posted.

Flavia also went ahead and tipped;

Meanwhile, yesterday Police together with the Health Monitoring Unit recovered assorted drugs suspected to be worth shs1 billion from a clinic in Nansana, Wakiso district.

According to the Kampala Metropolitan deputy police spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire , following a tip off from locals about vehicles seen ferrying suspected stolen drugs prompting an operation at Brocch medical services, a clinic located in Nansana, Gganda in Wakiso district.

“This operation was as a result of information from locals, who informed the police that trucks had parked at the clinic and drugs were being off loaded and put in other vehicles. The police led by the OC CID Nansana responded and they were able to recover drugs on a parked tipper truck,”Owoyesigyire said.



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Sandra Teta gave birth to Weasel’s baby in mid 2020

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Sandra Teta gave birth to Weasel’s baby in mid 2020.

Weasel and Sandra have been together close to four years and their intimacy is said to have sparked immediately after Weasel broke-up with his first baby mama, Shamira.

Sandra Teta and Weasel first broke onto the scene just over two years ago.

The 2014 Miss University Rwanda and the Gudlyfe were painting social media and never cared about the latter’s other women.

Within no time, She was heavy and managed to deliver a bouncing baby girl in May 2020. The baby was named Ria Mayanja.


We have now exclusively learnt that Teta who now stays with Weasel at Neverland is pregnant again.

Our sources have revealed to us that the beautiful model turned business woman is about four months pregnant.

About Sandra Teta

Sandra Teta was born in Uganda in 1991. She spent her childhood in Kampala, Uganda before her family returned to Rwanda after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

She studied at Kigali Parents Primary school and joined FAWE Girls senior secondary school before enrolling at Lycee de Kigali, where she completed her Advanced Level.

Teta joined the School of Finance and Banking—SFB, in 2011, where she contested for Miss SFB and emerged the second runner-up.



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