On Wednesday, the Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited – UETCL, without giving reasons announced on its social media pages that they are experiencing a national blackout. “We shall keep you updated as we work on restoration of power. All inconveniences caused are regretted,” read the UETCL message to its stakeholders.
"The committee finds that the conduct and behavior of Hon. Namuganza constitutes gross misconduct and misbehavior and is not befitting of a Member of Parliament, more so a Minister. Being cognizant of the fact that Parliament approved her appointment as a Minister, recommends that the House invokes Article 118 (1) (b) of the Constitution and Rule 106 of Parliament rules to censure her," reads the committee report tabled before the house on Wednesday.
According to the poll results announced by Edrine Nsobanyi, the Makerere University Electoral Commission Chairperson on Wednesday evening, Alionzi who is affiliated with the National Unity Platform- NUP garnered 5839 votes to beat off his National Resistance Movement-NRM rival, Hussein Ibra who garnered 2079 votes.
In his ruling delivered Wednesday morning, Civil Division High Court Judge Musa Ssekaana, says the suit will proceed before him to its logical conclusion, arguing that the court’s power to exercise discretion to stay court proceedings before it can be exercised judicially and in the public interest. “…the same should not be used to cause delay of hearings or inconvenience to the other party or result into public mischief,” he said.
Mackline Ainembabazi, one of the candidates, says that she is happy after writing the paper to enable her to continue her education cycle without any interruption. She applauds UNEB for the wise decision taken saying missing the mathematics paper on November 8th wasn’t their own making.
Zaake had risen on the floor seeking a resolution of the House pertaining to the abduction of a former presidential candidate, Joseph Kabuleta, and Sheikh Ramadhan Mwanja, the Deputy Amir of Jamatil Dawatil Salafiya Tablique Community on Monday. The two were picked up separately by plain-clothed security personnel driving in omnibuses popularly known as drones.
Currently the district has safe water coverage of 51%, which is far below the national average of 65%. The most hit sub counties are Logiri and Vurra which have safe water coverage of 42% and 43% respectively.
The money will be used to construct three roads which include Bwitankanja-Nsonosa 5.6 kilometers, Burambira-Mikamba-Bwitankanja 6.7 Kilometers and Mutwe-Kyamwera 7.4 Kilometers, construction of a Market Shed and Taxi Park and construction of a playground.
The 40-kilometer road which connects from Kakabara sub-county in Kyegegwa district to Nabingola in Mubende is being constructed under the Development Response to Displacement Impact Project –DRDIP, a program under the Office of the Prime Minister intended to support the refugee-hosting communities.
"What is on the ground now is that the so called engineers from the ministry of water and environment are fencing the dam with soil and we are wandering what type of fencing that is," John Omoding, a local resident complained.
The school, situated between St Balikuddembe market and Nakivubo Blue Primary School, has an enrollment of 430 learners. Available information indicates that the idea to start this school was mooted in 1958 by Sir Frederick Crawford, the then Governor of Uganda Protectorate, together with the municipal council of the time.