AccessMyLibrary provides FREE access to millions of articles from top publications available through your library.
Byline: Jeff Lule
THE poor reading culture by local leaders has affected the work of district councils. Charles Katarikawe, the commissioner of urban administration, said many officials shelve information and never make use of it.
"Our local leaders lack a reading culture, which has affected the passing of laws in councils. We give them many handouts, but they just keep them and remain illiterate about the law. How do you expect to make ordinances or by-laws without knowing the procedures?" Katarikawe asked.
He was addressing district speakers at the launch of the Uganda Local Government Association handbook over the weekend.
Katarikawe said the …