Parliament has started moving some of its staff to tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia’s Kingdom Kampala Mall.
As per a communication from the Clerk to Parliament, Adolf Mwesige, the transition to move staff is planned to “secure workplaces for the leadership of Committees, Members of Parliament with Disabilities, Elderly Members of Parliament and furthermore add on the quantity of Committee rooms.”
With effect from Thursday September 2, 2021, parliamentary staff have been directed to move to the Kingdom Kampala located on Nile Avenue.
Throughout recent years, Parliament has been wrestling with office space to oblige the rising number of Members of Parliament and staff. Accordingly, the Parliamentary Commission chose to lease office space at the Kingdom Kampala building for its MPs for a period of two years.
Among the staff who are relied upon to move are the individuals who have been consuming previous board of trustees rooms. These include staff from the Department of Litigation and Compliance, General Counsel to Parliament and Communication and Public Affairs.
Other staff who are relied upon to move this Thursday incorporate; staff from Department of Clerks, Budget Office, Corporate Planning and Strategy, Research Services, Legislative and Procedural Services and Administrative and Transport Logistics. This excludes Directors and Assistant Directors of the particular divisions.
The Clerk to Parliament has additionally coordinated that the Protocol Officers who have been involving Office 114 on first floor South Wing be designated one more office inside the principle working to make that space accessible for Board Room gatherings. This fleeting plan is supposed to go on until the finishing of the development of the Shs200 billion Parliament chambers.