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31 Mar 1999 00:00
UGANDA’S Vice President Specioza Wandira Kazibwe, who also holds the agriculture portfolio, has defended herself against charges that her ministry mismanaged a World Bank-funded project. Speaking before Parliament on Tuesday, Kazibwe asked the House, which has demanded that she resigns as agriculture minister or face a censure motion, for “justice and fairness”.
She urged the House to set up a “neutral body” to re-evaluate the allegations levelled against her ministry by a parliamentary select committee earlier this month.
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