“The Commission provided reintegration assistance to 338 reporters who were waiting for reinsertion support in communities. Six of them from DRC, 40 from Kiryandongo, 112 from Gulu, 29 from Kasese, 126 from Kitgum and 25 from the Central region” the report states in part.
Katureebe says more judges will have to be recruited and deployed in the Commercial and Civil Division of the High Court to return the idle funds in public circulation. He says the four judges in the Land Division of the High court alone have 9,020 cases to preside over.
Kadaga says MPs shouldn’t meet and agree with the Executive on matters before the House. She cited the 1995 Uganda Constitution and Administration of Parliament Act, 2000, which provides for among others the independence of parliament as one of the arms of government.
There is currently no instrument creating this platform, but according to Tumusiime, the framework has been approved at cabinet. He said they will hold the first APEX in March 2020 and the focus will be on agriculture.
Dr. Kamunyu vowed in an interview with URN never to cede to dishonesty as he returns to Makerere University, saying that academic freedoms and freedoms of expression that he was fighting for remain cardinal to him.
Kiveijinja, who also doubles as the East African Community Affairs, says they received assurance from the Ugandan and Rwandan presidents indicating that they could ably resolve the dispute, saying there is no need for the EAC intervention.
Simon Wokorach the enforcement officer Gulu Boda Boda cyclists association says all the recovered motorcycles have since been given back to their owners after presentation of documents proofing ownership of the motorcycles.
Owera is alleged to have kidnapped Okot, the child of Ronald Odongo, a local trader in Lira town and took him to a woman at Akalo trading center in Kole district before he demanded for a ransom of shillings 20 million from the parents.
According to the national budget framework paper, KCCA has been allocated 325.44 billion shillings. Of this amount, 294.94 billion shillings will be directly from central government while 30.5 billion shillings is derived from the road fund.
Wilfred Odiya Baguma, the Attiak Sub County LC III Chairperson told URN that the charcoal dealers were first detained at Atiak Youth Multi-Purpose Hall before they were escorted out of the district on Tuesday evening.
Otekat also disclosed that the cost of repairing the air craft has risen over the last five years from US $2 million to US$10 million warning that it could increase further if money isn’t provided soon.