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Albert KatruGuma Dec 6
: Open Contracting and Disclosure of data promotes: -Public participation -Transparency and accountability -Citizens' ownership of the projects -Build trust and Enhace citizen's access to public services
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I Paid A Bribe UG Dec 5
Great interventions with the young ones. These kind of discussions develop their consciousness about corruption, modelling them into responsible & accountable citizens of integrity tomorrow. has done the same with support from
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Lynnet Nanyonjo Dec 6
Each and every one us has an opportunity to chose a legacy let your legacy speak of integrity not corruption.
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Albert KatruGuma Dec 6
Mr Peter Wandera, ED : The Transparency in Petroleum Value Chain increases transparency and dissermination, Enhance Understanding by all StakeHolders to Achieve a better governance and accountability.
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Namunoga Joy Dec 6
Replying to @PPDAUganda
Sometimes we make mistakes as Government MDAs but these things happen. What I can say is that don’t stop demanding for accountability as a nation • Ms. Doreen Kyazze,
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Nellie Mary🇺🇬 Dec 6
Ever heard of "The resource curse or paradox of plenty" No? Well it refers to countries with abundance of natural resources often have less economic growth, less democracy, and worse development outcomes than those with fewer natural resources.
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Africa Freedom of Information Centre (AFIC) Dec 6
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Philip Kabuye Nov 29
Citizens gather at railway grounds for face the citizens debate on corruption. Join the discussion with
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Lilian Zawedde Senteza Dec 6
The problem of this country is more of social than political.
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San Ésteban Dec 6
As a citizen that hopes for transformation from the activities in the Albertine, how informed are you about the operations? Do you know what's going on there?
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Henry Nickson Ogwal Nov 19
6th Anti-Corruption Caravan has just entered West Nile from Bunyoro where it has been for 2 days. Join them at Pakwach. Ending corruption starts with me.
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Mushambo.k.Henry Dec 6
The is as failed as the spirits behind the fight. Corruption is a moral decadence, let's deal with the social problem
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Akiv@nz UG🇺🇬 Dec 6
"If your a pastor and you know someone is corrupt" Y would you give him/her a front seat? Its our role as citizens to end corruption👌👌
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Houses & Land Uganda 🇺🇬 Dec 6
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MIRAC Albertine Dec 6
Citizen participation in verification of declarations by Public Servants of assets should really be part of IG process of declarations. Thereby, the fight against corruption will be more owned and not in itself corrupted.
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musoke solomon Dec 6
corruption must end in Uganda.
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Lilian Zawedde Senteza Dec 6
Joined by at Royal Suites Bugoloobi for the 2019 Anti Corruption Convention. We
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CSBAG (csbag.org) Dec 5
Arising from today's engagements, district leaders Civil Society Organisations have decried under funding to Local Government Public Accounts Committees (LGPACs) saying this hinders them to execute their mandate effectively.
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Wilson Manishimwe Dec 5
"Cultural leaders have participated in legitimizing corruption. For example my church has been the recipient of what we call 'religious cars' and this issue lacks accountability," says retired Bishop Zac Niringiye.
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POLICY ALERT 14h
Earlier today, Our programme Officer, Comrade was live at Inspiration 105.9 FM, Uyo, discussing "Whistle Blowing & Corruption: Fear of Reporting".
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