Because of the need to have organ donation as part of Uganda’s health system, and the fact that the majority of Uganda may not be well-informed about organ donation, Uganda Radio Network (URN) is publishing a series of articles about organ transplantation. URN hopes that the patients, potential organ donors, and caregivers will be informed about the diseases, organ transplant processes, who should donate an organ, and what to expect before and after surgery.
The court heard that between April 30th, 2019, and August 8th, 2019, at Stanbic Bank Gulu Branch, Picho and Okema, along with others still at large, withdrew Shillings 336.3 million, which was wrongly credited into the school's account, and utilized it for personal gain, knowing or having reason to believe that such actions would cause financial loss to the bank. These funds were purportedly meant for Gayaza High School.
According to Senior Commissioner of Police-SCP Wilson Omoding, the Chairman of Exodus SACCO and also the Deputy Director of Police Operations, withdrawals have consistently remained high, accounting for over 69 percent of the total deposits every month.
In a ruling delivered on Monday by Lady Justice Jane Okuo Kajuga of the Anti-Corruption Court, it was determined that this case is separate from the one involving allegations regarding iron sheets against Kitutu.
Rosemary Kisembo, the Executive Director of NIRA notes that applicants for registration assistants must have a minimum of Advance Certificate of Education (UACE) and must be speaking the local languages of the district one is making an application.
The Banking Industry Guidelines on Mitigation of Fraud (BIGF) framework provides for a Grey List for individuals or entities who are suspected of being involved in fraud, and a Black List that will feature those confirmed or convicted fraudsters, and these lists shall only be visible to designated officers or individuals as per the guidelines.