Apparently, the stadium is in a sorry state since the days of insurgency in Teso. The sorry state of the stadium denied Light SS Football Club chance to use it as a home ground because the Federation of Uganda Football Association-FUFA declined to approve it.
Dr. Nyanzi tendered in her resignation from Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR) early this month, a request that was considered by the Jolly Uzamukunda Karabaaya-led Appointments Board on July 17. Her resignation means Dr. Nyanzi is now free to contest for any political office in the forthcoming elections.
Abdu Sejjoba and Juma Akakwansa appeared before the Buganda Road Chief Magistrate, Mariam Akello on Tuesday afternoon. Court heard that while in New Taxi park on July 17th, 2020 Ssejoba assaulted Musa Mutyaba who was enforcing trade order in the park.
Mukesh repossessed the said property in 1992 from the East African Aluminum Works Company which had owned it since 1953. But according to a select committee which is investigating the controversial repossession of Departed Asian properties in Uganda, the transfer of ownership for the said land is dubious.
According to Joy Kabatsi all Boda Boda cyclists should sanitize regularly including their jackets and motorbikes before every trip. They will also be required to wear helmets which should be sanitized while passengers wear face shields or masks.
UNRA’s Media Relations Manager, Allan Ssempebwa, says effective July 23, Kamuli road that leads to Naalya roundabout shall be closed and traffic diverted to East Africa and Kaduyu road, next to the National Council for Higher Education.
On Tuesday, Members of Parliament on the physical infrastructure committee were supposed to meet a team from the Ministry of Works, Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority (PPDA), the Attorney General William Byaruhanga and the former AG Mwesigwa Rukutana, but none showed up except their representatives.
Delivering his judgment on Tuesday, Justice Dr. Flavian Zeija said that the three officials were put through a lot of inconvenience, both psychologically and physically by going to court to prevent the alleged illegalities.
The government started easing COVID-19 restrictions a month ago, after more than two months of a total lockdown that was announced as one of the measures to control the spread of COVID-19. But salons, arcades, bars and bodaboda businesses have remained closed, alongside churches, schools and other public gatherings.
According to Onyon, the security officers found a young boy locking the door to their house around 8pm and asked him why he was flouting the night curfew. He tried to resist the reprimand by the officers leading to a scuffle that attracted the intervention of his relatives.
The chairperson of the Agriculture committee Janet Grace Okori-moe says that they are taking interest in the locust funding, and also want to find out the extent at which the locusts could have caused damage.
In their petition, read by the Chairman of the Association Moses Samuka, the members said they are chocking on loans, and have failed to pay teachers salaries for several months, yet KCCA continues to send them demand notices for the tax.