The Commission heard that the dispute involving two families headed by widows has become a security threat to area residents. The tension followed the commencement of construction works on the disputed piece of land, hardly two weeks after the destruction of crops planted earlier on three acres.
Uganda’s forest cover has been depleted to 8% up from 24% in 1990s, largely attributed to human encroachment for different activities such as tree cutting for charcoal and timber as well as agriculture.
The advice was given by Upendo Furaha Peneza, the chairperson of the Tanzania Youth Parliamentary Forum at the official launch of the Alliance for National Transformation, an opposition political party fronted by Maj Gen Gregory Mugisha Muntu. Furaha, 30, is a member of Chadema, the Party for Democracy and Progress in Tanzania.
The certification by the World Health Organisation is granted when a country proves beyond a reasonable doubt, that it has interrupted the chain of indigenous transmission of the disease for at least 3 consecutive years. Records indicate that Algeria last reported its last case of indigenous malaria in 2013.
Mbarara Municipality speaker Bonny Tashobya told the media that he was prompted to adjourn the meeting on after only 15 councilors showed up in the council hall despite the fact that many of them could be seen hanging around the municipal offices.
Tashobya says that the failure by councilors to turn up for the meeting made impossible for those present to realize the Quoram to make any binding decision.
The letter signed by the Secretary for Religious Affairs at Uganda Muslim Supreme Council Sheik Muhammad Murshid Luwemba indicates that a recent special Majilis Al-Ulama Meeting unanimously agreed that sheik Kibuule be appointed the district Kadhi.
Growth for 2019 is now predicted to be a moderate 2.7 per cent, down markedly from 3.4 per cent in 2018. Developing countries are likely to be hit hard, particularly those whose economies rely heavily on markets likely to be affected by any additional tariffs and subsequent retaliatory measures.
Muntu will be deputized by Makerere University Don Nyanja Musoke as the national Deputy Coordinator-Operations and former Serere Woman MP Alice Alaso as the National coordinator-Finance and Administration. Martin Okumu will serve as the National Coordinator for Research and Policy.
Fruit vendors in Mbale Central Market have raised complaints about a stench emanating from uncollected garbage near the entrance to the market, with some saying it is hard for them to break their fast.
Last September, it sold 657 million shares, equivalent to 18 per cent of the firm’s total equity to be listed at the Uganda Securities Exchange. But, the people who bought shares in the company will have to wait for another year before they can earn a dividend, the company has announced
The Mbale Deputy Mayor, Harriet Kakai also faults the Commission for ignoring voter education. According to Kakai, despite being a mayor, she has never heard of any voter induction meeting organized by the Commission in Mbale district when the next general elections are drawing closer.
Andrew Mutyaba, one of the eyewitnesses told URN that the vehicle veered off the road and landed in the swamp, killing all three people on board. The deceased persons have been identified as John Paul Kasawuli a teacher at Kiweewa foundation primary school Kyotera, Katumba Muhammad the truck driver, and Kavuma Elias.
Mike Komakech, a resident of Got Moyo Village, was convicted by the Grade Two Magistrate Mike Okonye on the basis that he used obscenities to insult his wife contrary to Section 128(3) of the Penal Code Act.
They were detained in connection with the death of Joel Ogenrwot, a resident of Lagot Oywec village in Okidi Parish Atiak Sub County in Amuru district. They are Patrick Ocen alias Tabu, Godfrey Okwera and Morris Okello.
Construction of the school will be executed by Khalisa Developments Uganda Limited and will last for three years. The project will undertake the construction of 6 classrooms, four staff houses, four stance pit latrine, Kitchen facility and a football pitch.
Mutinye started teaching at Kamonkoli Secondary School in Mbale up to 1999 when he was transferred to Bulucheke SS in Bududa district where he taught until 2018. He was then transferred to Mbale High School last year where he is currently teaching Geography both at Ordinary and Advanced levels.