Part III Section 4 (2) (d) of The Parliamentary Election Act 2005 stipulates that a person shall be disqualified for election in parliament once has been adjudged or otherwise declared bankrupt under any law in force in Uganda.
While addressing supporters at Arua Primary School playgrounds on Wednesday evening, Mao, who is on his Presidential campaign said Uganda is still nursing wounds from the gun rule and needs healing through the ballot.
Gum-Perom, the boy child born in captivity remains unable to inherit property and land from the mother’s side since in the Acholi custom land is customarily owned and inherited by those that belong to the paternal clan. He adds that many of the children born in captivity have already approached adulthood, and are facing an identity crisis because of their paternity uncertainty.
Baryomunsi who met a few leaders and locals from the sub-county said the government was aware of the tensions in the community and has been working to ensure that it's controlled. “There issue of land titles should not be a concern anymore because we are handling it and soon you will receive them.” He said.
The posters had been pinned on the gate, the walls and other environs around the building, raising complaints that CAA is a public office which should not be seen to be advancing interests of any presidential candidate.
The event held at the National Chairman’s Office in Kyambogo attracted politicians, Civil Servants and members of the security agencies from Kampala and all over the country who pledged to secure the votes come 2021.
But Samuel Okello Kelo, the chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the Uganda National Culture Centre (UNCC), told journalists in Kampala that they had worked with the authorities to develop Standard Operating procedures that will be followed to operationalise the places.
Patrick Mwanamoiza, a resident of Kanyumu town council in Butebo district says that the teargas canister found him in his house and shattered his left leg. He said since vowed never to attend any presidential campaign rally in the district.
Expedito Magezi, the line Engineer with Bundibugyo Energy Cooperative society told URN on the phone that due to coronavirus pandemic and the effects of the lockdown, they scaled down on monitoring, which has fueled illegal connections.
Margret Kamihanga, the Officer in Charge of the Child and Family Protection Unit at Kabale Central Police Station, says the biggest number of cases was registered in Kamuganguzi Sub County followed by Kitumba and Buhara Sub County.
Wilson Acuma, a member of the local council executives also told URN that they have submitted a fresh list of the over 5000 residents to the district health department through their village health teams.
Seraphine Alia, the Katakwi Chief Administrative Officer, says all the technical staff posted to the new sub-counties, have been idle due to lack of money. He says the workers have been redeployed in their mother sub-counties as they wait for funds.
Sam Odongoi, who led the protesters, said that on Monday night residents staged a roadblock and intercepted a vehicle of suspected cattle thieves after one of the residents raised alarm about the theft of his bull.
The deceased’s nephew, Hajji Siraji Gusongweire, who also doubles as the Namutumba District National Resistance Movement-NRM Chairperson, says his uncle was admitted two months ago with cardiac-related illness.
Hajj Umar Ssebulime, the Masaka NRM Region Administrative Secretary, says they received the news of their candidate’s death with shock. “This is a great loss for the party in Masaka region and the entire country she has been a strong supporter of the party and a great politician who cannot easily be replaced it’s a big loss for the area,” he said.
Joseph Kimera Ssuuna, one of the affected fishermen, says about 20 fishermen are attacked and some killed each month. He says it is through regular harmonization meetings that such practices can reduce.
The contracts for renovations and consulting engineers were awarded in October 2015. However, Uganda’s High Commission declined to sign the Shillings 17.2bn renovation contract for fear of committing government because of a pending court case filed by the tenants opposed to their eviction to pave way for the works.
Tamale Mirundi, the founder of TMO (Tamale Mirundi Official) and former Press Secretary to the president, is one of those whose channel is listed for removal. According to Mirundi, earlier attempts by government to have his page removed didn’t yield results, as YouTube asked Government to ask him to pull it down.