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Woman sworn in as Uganda Parliament Clerk

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    Promising to serve the government of Uganda under the leadership of the Speaker, Jane Kibirige took the oath of office Wednesday and became the Clerk to Parliament
    Head of Public Service John Mitala administered the oath, four months after Aenas Tandekwire retired from public service after serving in the same position for 26 years. He was present at the ceremony.

    “You are the reference point next to the Attorney General. This means that you will have to be conversant with all the issues around,” Mr Tandekwire said. “You need to be extremely alert, informed, knowledgeable and approachable. You should adopt an open door policy,” Mr Tandekwire said.

    Tandekwire asked Ms Kibirige to not only closely follow the proceedings of Parliament but also gather knowledge on all laws including but not limited to the Constitution, Rules of Procedure, Laws of Uganda and the Public Service Standing orders.