Full List:Cabinet Approves Uganda Tourism Board Of Directors & Architects Body

Full List:Cabinet Approves Uganda Tourism Board Of Directors & Architects Body

By Frank Kamuntu

Kampala: In a September 15, 2020 cabinet meeting, ministers approved individuals to sit on the boards of directors of the Uganda Tourism Board and the Architects Registration Board.

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On the new board, Daudi Migereko retained his position as the UTB Board chairman charged with marketing and promoting Uganda as the preferred tourism destination in Africa.

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The members approved on the Board of Directors of the Uganda Tourism Board as follows;

Migereko Daudi:                        Chairman

Lyazi Vivian:                                Member

Mwanja Paul :                             Member

Ronald Kaggwa :                        Member

Al-Hajji Eng. Sooma Ayub :        Member

Chemonges Mongea Sabil:         Member

Kirya Eddy :                                 Member

Muhwezi Susan Kabonero :         Member

Katende Suleiman :                      Member

Biriggwa Yewagnesh Mamo Yogi: Member

Lillian Ajarova :                             Secretary

However, the approved Members of the Architects Registration Board as follows:

Robert Henry Kiggundu :         Chairperson

Miriam Lawino :                        Vice Chairperson

Bishanga:                                  Member

Stephen Sendi Kajumba :         Member

Verna Mbabazi Mwinganisa:     Member

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Architects Registration Board (ARB) is a Statutory Body established by an Act of Parliament in 1996. The Architects Registration Act, Cap 269 was passed into law to empower the regulation and maintenance of the standards and practice of Architecture in Uganda. Regulate the standard of architecture in the country.

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