The assessors who include Robert Budonga and Joan Asiimwe Ebong on Thursday advised Justice Wilson J Kwesiga to convict the accused person because the prosecution had proved its case against the accused person.
John Busingye, a real-estate businessman in Wandegeya is nursing head injuries in Mulago causality ward after falling victim to Kasolo boy’s gang members. They waylaid him near city Mortuary roundabout on his way home over the weekend.
On Thursday morning, Patrick Onen Ezaga, the Senior Communications officer of the NGO Bureau, said the operations of National Election Watch Uganda are illegal because it is not registered in the country.
The items include; 3,760 iron sheets, 497 kilograms of roofing nails, 1,855 kilograms of maize flour, 705 kilograms of beans and 168 blankets. Each affected family received 40 iron sheets, 35 kilograms of maize flour, 10 kilograms of beans, 6 kilograms of roofing nails and 3 blankets.
Twaweza’s Sauti Za Wanainchi survey says while access to pipped water has increased across the country, women and girls in rural areas still take more time to access water points.
Half of households (54%) take half an hour or more to collect their drinking water, including time
spent traveling and time spent waiting. For one out of twenty households (5%), this takes over
two hours. A similar proportion (46%) however spend less than 30 minutes collecting their water.
Court Bailiffs from JED Courts Bailiffs and Auctioneers Associates reportedly went to Ogura village early in September to auction 30 acres of land to recover 11.1 Million Shillings following a ruling of the court of appeal.
Pastor Merry Kaizire of the Lord's Covenant in Kanyanya also said that the manner in which, Ssenyonga was speaking explains the level of hatred he had for Yiga. She argued that fighting someone even after death is ungodly and a shame to all pastors.
Prosecution led by Jacob Nahurira told High Court that Ssempijja grew up with his grandfather, Suli Ssaloingo who gave him 4 acres of land because of the love he had for him. However, instead of using the land, Ssempijja started selling it off, which didn’t go down well with his grandfather.