Minister of State for Labor Mwesigwa Rukutana of Uganda

Kampala After speaking publicly about the right of labour export companies to pay Ugandans working as security guards in Iraq a less salary, Minister Mwesigwa Rukutana is hearing an earful.
When contacted by Inside Politics Mr Rukutana said one of the companies, Dreshak, a Dubai based logistics firm he issued with a license in 2007, which had a contract to supply guards at lower cost blamed the public profile on rival companies (The Minister himself was briefly involved with a company called Migral Opportunities.
expenses for about 73 former RDCs and their assistants.
Rose Kateera and Mwesigwa RukutanaThe Minister of State Mwesigwa Rukutana is another man who should not be laughing at the plight of the Rwandan diplomat.
Ever since the Kampala laywer Jonathan Kateera died in 1996 or 1997, Mwesigwa Rukutana has been doing the husbandly duties on Mrs.
From New Vision (Uganda) - AAGM) Byline: John Kakande State minister for finance Mwesigwa Rukutana was yesterday kicked out of a meeting with the parliamentary committee on legal affairs for disrespect, reports.
Appearing yesterday before the parliamentary budget committee, Rukutana said there has recently been an increase in the inflow of global and donor funds especially on HIV/AIDS and malaria.
Rukutana said about 30% of funds on aided projects is normally spent abroad in form of purchasing equipment.
2003, had the feasibility of the sector not been low.
Hon Rukutana has held this portfolio since 2006 while he has also been the Member of Parliament, Rushenyi County Constituency.
State minister for finance Mwesigwa Rukutana has expressed concern about the Uganda revenue authority's heavy taxes on micro-finance institutions and village banks.
It is no secret that labour state minister Mwesigwa Rukutana has a knack for business.
Mwesigwa Rukutana expressed concern about the increase in the rates of AIDS infections.
6% annually, labour state minister Mwesigwa Rukutana has said.
Rukutana said the absence of proper employee training in many sectors like insurance was a key bottleneck to companiesÂ’ profitability, growth and delivery of better services.
The minister of State for Labour, Mwesigwa Rukutana has warned companies which do not respect workers rights that they are headed for a tough year in 2009.
Rukutana says the government will beginning next year start implementing the country's labour laws with an iron hand in order to ensure all companies respect and observe workers' rights.
Rukutana says many workers undertake their duties without protective gear, life insurance yet the law requires companies to adequately protect all their workers on duty.
Ultimate MediaThe minister of state for labour Mwesigwa Rukutana has attributed the increasing cases of child labor to parents who take children as their property.
While speaking at the launch of the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) child report in Kampala today, Rukutana said that many parents see work as an important component in the upbringing of children.