International Relations

Uganda Rejects EAC-Secretariat Recruitment Interviews

See: meaca_letter The 1st Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of East Africa Community Affairs in Uganda Rt. Hon REBECCA Kadaga, rejects ongoing recruitment exercise EAC due to irregularities of the process. and in her letter she underlines the Secretary General of EAC for not following Council issued rules and regulations as provided for in 2006. so far Burundi and Sudan are backing Uganda ‘s request to postpone interviews.  

We need single currency in the region – women traders from cross boarder

Rt. Hon. 1st Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of East African Community Affairs in Uganda today held a meeting with the Uganda Women Cross Boarder Traders-(UWCBT) at the Ministry's head offices located on Nile Avenue on Kingdom Kampala Building. The women were led by their chairperson and accompanied by the chairman of Cross Boarder Members of Parliament Hon. Macho Godfrey MP Busia Municipality. Among the key bottle necks that hinder smooth transaction of business at the boarder that the women...

Courtesy visit by the delegation of the East African Community Parliamentary committee on East African Affairs

A delegation of the East African Community Parliamentary committee on East African Affairs this morning,  paid a courtesy visit to the 1st Deputy Premier and Cabinet Minister of East African Community Affairs RT. Hon. Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga. The Minister made remarks on one of the broad functions of the Parliamentary committee on East African Community Affairs which hinge on Free Movement of Persons, Labor, Services, Right of Establishment and Residence. the delegation was headed by the Chairperson of Parliamentary committee...

Ugandans with Old Passports are left with 6 months to renew travel documents

Ugandans with old passports are left with less than six months to be able to renew their travel documents or else they will not be able to fly or travel out of the country , the Ministry of Internal Affairs has said. Following the introduction of the new East African E-passport, Government of Uganda has mulled plans to have the old machine-readable passports phased out for the new ones.