DPC Diana Namutunzi says the scene of crime was visited but because it was already tempered with, they could not use their dogs to trace the criminals. The DPC says the deceased’s body had all signs that she had been brutally raped and murdered.
Travor Higenyi, operations manager UMEME North Eastern region, says that in 2016 before the launch of the operations on illegal connection, Bugisu region was leading country wide with high cases of illegal power connection. It has come down to 32% but still leading country wide.
Candidates contesting for positions in Lower Local Council are required to pay 20,000 Shillings, those vying for district Council positions pay 50,000 Shillings, Municipal Councilors pay 50,000 Shillings while Members of Parliament pay three million Shillings for their nomination.
Although the cars belonging to Masaka United Motor Dealers Association were cleared by UNBS for standards as being worthy to run on Uganda's roads, they were in October blocked by URA in Kenya and Tanzania for being over the age of 15 years which is the new requirement for the importation of used vehicles.
In the meeting, several MPs said the different energy drinks producing companies were misleading people with adverts indicating that their products boost sexual stamina and correct erectile dysfunction.
The agency said families facing acute food insecurity, are being forced to make devastating choices to cope with the rising hunger. A vulnerability analysis across the 43 countries surveyed, shows families being forced to eat less or skip meals entirely. Sometimes children are being fed, while parents sacrifice meals, and are forced to go hungry.
Mohamed Ssegwanyi, the interim spokesperson of USAFI market also welcomed the presidential directive, saying that they are ready to go back to the elections come February after the approval of the market ordinance.
The State Minister for Micro-finance, Haruna Kyeyune Kasolo, says that his ministry can do nothing to revive the SACCOs that have spent 10 years without operating, adding that they cannot compensate the affected members for the loss.
Denise Odongpiny, the Gulu Resident City Commissioner who also doubles as the Gulu City Security Committee Chairperson, says that the resolution to ban public transporters from the streets is part of the committee’s move to reorganize the city and contain crime.
According to Bishop Ssemogerere, many people have been donating land to the Church over the years, which has enabled it to construct Churches, schools and health centers among others. He says that unfortunately, most of the people who donated land to the Church over 80 years ago have already died.