The committee chaired by Buvuma Islands MP Janepher Nantume Egunyu had attempted to investigate the reports that several Ugandans had been illegally incarcerated and tortured in safe houses across the country. The focus was mainly on safe houses in Lwamayuba in Kalangala and Kyengera in Wakiso district, against which several complaints had been lodged.
presenting a statement on Wednesday, Otto instead involved in other issues which included Madhvani land in Amuru, issues of Amuru sugar, Land distressed people, incomplete bridges among others, which Kadaga rejected saying they are controversial and don't qualify to be a personal statement.
Proscovia Nabbanja, the CEO of UNOC told reporters in Kampala on Wednesday that the money will be needed in a phased manner in five years. This means each year, the company should be receiving at least $168m (UGX 618bn).
A sub-committee of the Public Accounts Committee of Parliament was due to meet the Ministry team today, to respond to queries related to the procurement of spare parts for the Uganda People's Defense Forces - UPDF jet Ranger which crashed in Bulo last month.
Yusuf Kiranda, the Acting University Secretary says that the money equivalent to Shs.1.48bn and Shs.860million has been secured for students’ meals and accommodation respectively. This is short of more than 2.9billion shillings required for full payments of the allowances.