On Thursday, Gaddafi through his lawyers led by Asuman Nyonyintono told the court presided over by Justice Margaret Apiny that affidavits of five witnesses swore before a commissioner of oaths Carmel Nakalyowa who lacked a valid practising certificate as an advocate of court.
Their presence attracted crowds as residents gathered to catch a glimpse of the legislators. They were intercepted by the police as they approached the health Centre and asked to handover the items to the district COVID-19 Taskforce at Butalangu.
Juliet Mukasa, a trader at Superior Arcade, says the stimulus package wouldn’t be a bad idea. She, however, says that given the bureaucracy involved in the government projects, the money may not benefit them.
The suspects reportedly shot the deceased to death before arresting his 9 family members. They were arrested and charged with murder contrary to section 188/189 of the Penal Code Act, conspiracy to commit murder contrary to sections 188 and 189 of the Penal Code Act.
The groups, which received about 1.9 Billion Shillings in May have not been able to access the resources due to failure by the district to organize capacity building on financial literacy for association leaders.
On Wednesday, Nambozo through her lawyers of Wamukoota and Company Advocates asked the court to dismiss the petition on grounds that the late Enoc Samson Kyabakaya, who prepared Lumolo’s affidavit didn’t have a valid practising certificate by the time she administered the oaths.
There is concern that despite the cultivation of sugarcane on a bigger portion of arable land, farmers in Busoga seem not to be reaping from one of the world's most traded crop.
Dr. Mbowa observed that while sugarcane production has grown from about one million tons in 1961 to about five million tons by 2018, farmers in areas like Busoga continue to live in poverty.
The city authorities led by the City Town Clerk David Kyasanku, the Resident City Commissioner Pamela Watuwa and the City Mayor Kassim Namugali failed to explain to the MPs why the names on the list were not in the categories prioritized by the government.
Speaking to URN about the legacy of the deceased in the police force, Asan Kasingye revealed that the “lion” of Mogadishu as the late general was fondly known introduced four major changes, which have improved police operations. He noted that Lokech brought a lot of wealth and experience, which eased tension in police operations right from the village to city levels.