By Moses Kidandi

The Government has asked the National curriculum development center to include the Property rights and innovation in the Education curriculum.

The remarks were made by the justice and constitutional affairs minister Kahinda Otafire at a National symposium on intellectual property rights by Universities and Development institutions organized by the Uganda registration services Bureau.

Intellectual property rewards the person putting in an effort into an intellectual creation to be benefit from the result of his or her endeavor.

Otafire says including the course in the curriculum will reward and encourage more Ugandans to be creative in different disciplines.


Have creative ideas worth investment- Otafire

By Deo Wasswa

Justice and constitutional affairs Minister Kahindo Otafire says Kadongokamu is not worth invest in.

While officiating the launch memorandum of understanding between Uganda Artistes, Uganda registration services bureau, Uganda government and Uganda police for effective implementation of copy right law in the country.

Kahindo Otafire has urged Artistes to come up with creative innovations that are worth investing in tax payer’s money.

According to him, the government is willing to support Artistes both legally and financially once they come with innovations that are worthy supportive.