The students who were suspended on Saturday are from senior four, five, and six. One of the students who spoke on condition of anonymity said that trouble started on Friday night at around 10:00 PM after students in senior four and six fought over space to watch television.
John Bosco Akore, the secretary Kotido Elder’s Council told URN that the severe shortage of food has led to widespread malnutrition, which caused the death of 58 children and elderly people between May and June this year.
The IEA in a report released in France on Thursday says the debate about the Energy transition due to climate change concerns as well as the soaring energy prices have seen a comeback of nuclear in countries where it was being abandoned due to costs and safety concerns.
Following their suspension, the aspirants decided to engage Nawangwe to lift the suspension and allow them to participate in the guild polls in vain. The students had initially thought of securing a court injunction to lift their suspension but they were advised to negotiate with the vice-chancellor.
Generally, the scorecard ranked scores like a traffic light, with green, yellow, and red scores. The 26 companies produced 30 products: 4 products score green, 7 score yellow, but 19 products are in the red zone.
The District Education Officer Barnabas Langoya says the request to the teachers follows concerns raised by parents, local leaders, and other stakeholders over the two weeks of industrial action that could ruin the pupils’ education and even disrupt the academic calendar.
Last week, Gulu City Clerk Isiah Tumwesigye issued a directive to the public banning businesses along the streets, pavements, walkways, verandahs, backstreets, and corridors within the city effective July 1.
Assistant Inspector General of Police -AIGP Godfrey Golooba, who presided over the pass out on behalf of Inspector General of Police -IGP Martin Ochola rallied the officers to ensure that they practice the skills they have acquired and exhibit them in their duties purposely to match the ever-changing policing needs.
John Njoki Rugeimukamu, the Board Secretary of Greater Bushenyi Teachers SACCO, said the current laws governing savings and cooperative organizations are creating conflict amongst the regulators noting that the multiple registrations are weakening the principals of SACCOs.
Oceng said that all civil servants should effective 5 July have acquired accommodation in Lamwo. He said that offices always open beyond the official time of 8:00 am as stipulated in the Ministry of Public Service standing order.