‘UBC Behind The Headlines’ premieres tonight, speaker maiden guest

Charles Odongtho is set to bounce back on television tonight with ‘UBC Behind The Headlines’ talk show on UBC. 

The first guest of the show is the speaker of Parliament Hon. Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga.

“Our maiden guest is the Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament, Rt. Hon. Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga. We shall discuss with her the performance of Uganda’s 10th Parliament as well as the role of Parliament in post COVID-19 development,” UBC posted.

Hon. Margaret Muhanga and Hon. Abdu Katuntu are the panelists of the show. The show starts at 10pm.



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