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Ministers To Be Chopped Off In The Looming Reshuffles Named, See Full List

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According to information obtained by this newspaper, state ministers Sarah Mateke Nyirabashitsi (Youth and Children Affairs), Alice Kaboyo (Luweero Triangle), and Harriet Ntabazi (Trade) are at the top of a list of people who may be impacted by the next reorganization.

Other cabinet members are Gen. (Rtd) Moses Ali (Second Deputy Prime Minister and Deputy Leader of Government Business in Parliament), Betty Ongom Amongi (Gender, Labour and Social Development), Francis Mwebesa (Trade, Industry and Cooperatives), and Eng. Hilary Obolaker Onek (Relief, Disaster Preparedness and Refugees).

Each will have a dossier in our next publication.
However, it goes without saying that Mateke has reportedly failed to fill her father’s shoes. Her suspected past of corruption, as well as her antics with Susan when out at a popular city hangout, are still plaguing Kaboyo. The problems with the rice trade are still a problem in Ntabazi. It is said that Mwebesa’s situation has to do with his advanced age and the Trade Ministry’s pettiness. Ali is elderly and in poor health. Amongi struggles with the NSSF, old age, and battles with PM Robinah Nabbanja for Onek.

Some, according to what has been told to us, will be transferred to new dockets, while others will be sent to the political Taiwan club.

We were told by insiders that the president now travels with a little notebook that he keeps with him.

According to sources, this book contains some nominees. There are not only names, but also factors that will influence his decisions.

We have also learnt that the president has stopped talking to key lobbyists who have been fronting some names to be added in this ‘book of politics’.

According to the most recent information received by The New Light Paper, the big man from Rwakitura has insisted on conducting personal verification like never before.

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