Prime Minister Apolo Nsibambi of Uganda

Professor Nsibambi has also served as the Chancellor of Makerere University since 2003 till October 2007.
Professor Nsibambi is the son of Simeon Nsibambi, who together with John E Church led what is commonly known as the East African Revival.
Ugandan Prime Minister Apolo Nsibambi has challenged the Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) to ensure that the quality of education and increased access to universities is well-balanced, local media reported on Monday.
Nsibambi expressed concern over poverty in Uganda, saying on average, a student could only afford 30 percent of the cost of education.
Uganda's prime minister Apolo Nsibambi has approved a plan to clear thousands of hectares of protected rainforest for a sugarcane plantation, reported the New Vision newspaper, a government-owned publication.
Apolo Robin Nsibambi is the current Prime Minister of Uganda, a position he has held since 5 April 1999.
Nsibambi was one of several speakers at the opening plenary session of the first Global Development Network (GDN) meeting, held in Bonn, Germany from 5-8 December 1999.
religious change had to be holistic.
Prime Minister Apolo Nsibambi was yesterday prevented from delivering President Museveni’s speech to thousands of mourners during funeral prayers for deceased FDC chairman Sulaiman Kiggundu.
Nsibambi was escorted to his seat.
Nsibambi said the hecklers had disrespected the deceased’s family by turning a funeral service into a demonstration.
Yoweri Museveni, in a cabinet reshuffle.
two decades of civil war and chaos in the 1970s and 1980s.
country's future political system.
Nsibambi was introduced by Henrik N.
Nsibambi came into politics when he was appointed minister of Public Service.
When Nsibambi was appointed, the Leader of Government Business brief was given back to the office, but the minister of Parliamentary Affairs also remained.
Nsibambi says he is getting out of politics next year.
Nsibambi said the government has already started implement parts of the plan in the past two months.
Nsibambi was optimistic that the ongoing peace negotiations between the government and the Lord's Resistance Army rebels will culminate into a comprehensive peace agreement, bringing lasting peace to northern Uganda.
Nsibambi said the drafting of the final recovery plan will be completed in the next two weeks and government will use it as a blue print to kick start the development in the war-torn region.
A decade later, in 1994, Nsibambi was literally plucked out of the lecture room, to join the Constituent Assembly (CA) as a presidential nominee.
Although he did not stand in the 1996 general elections, Nsibambi was named public service minister (July 1996 - May 1998) and later education and sports minister (May 1998 - April 1999) , before being appointed Prime Minister on April 5, 1999.
Nsibambi was yesterday speaking at the 19th Provincial Assembly of the Church of Uganda at the Uganda Christian University, Mukono.
Nsibambi said religious education would not be scrapped from the syllabus.
By Conan Businge Ali Mambule in Masaka Head teachers that have defied the education ministers' directive to close their schools should be arrested, Prime Minister Apolo Nsibambi has said.
The Inspector General of Government , Ms Faith Mwondha has said Prime Minister Apolo Nsibambi is among senior politicians in government plotting to bring her down.
Prime Minister NSIBAMBI said the starting point in Africa was to build an efficient State.
Apolo Nsibambi is Uganda’s Prime Minister and Chancellor of Makerere University.
Prime Minister Nsibambi says the government has a plan of reconciling the salaries.
Nsibambi says the government’s options in dealing with lecturers’ demands are limited.
Nsibambi said he had directed the gender minister to liaise with the Attorney General to get stronger laws on child sacrifice.
Prime Minister Apolo Nsibambi said the leader of the opposition in Parliament, Ogenga Latigo and his chief whip had played a key role in making the system work.