Kenya has already finished inspecting, reaffirming and building new border pillars at the her international boundary with Tanzania. Officials said the exercise does will not disrupt lifestyles of the border communities, and will not be barriers to peaceful coexistence and has no hidden agenda.
Although the Buganda Masaza Cup is known for pulling off crowds as people from different counties storm stadiums as several counties tussle it out in the prestigious Buganda tournament, Sulaiman Sejjengo, who is the Chairperson Masaza organizing committee confirmed that no fans will be allowed to enter the stadium.
Earlier this year, five companies Lukyamuzi Investments Ltd owning 0.058 hectares, DKS Uganda Ltd (0.135 hectares), Key and Ham Investments Ltd (0.058 hectares), Abamwe Transporters Ltd (0.067 hectares) and Kabale Distributors Ltd (0.55 hectares) sued KCCA and government for encroaching on their land.
Dr. Adam Mbayi , in Charge of Kajjansi health center IV, says that ever since the health center was elevated from a health center III to a health center IV they don’t have an ambulance and this has affected them in transporting patients to the referral hospitals like Mulago and Kawempe.
RDC Samuel Mbimbaza Hashaka confirmed the arrest of the duo and said that the duo connived with a sub accountant to embezzle the funds noting that instead paying the recommended 100,000 shillings for the LC1 chairpersons and 300,000 shillings for the VHTs, they paid less and made the beneficiaries to sign for full amount.
There are four vacant positions in the district which include the Male Youth Councilor for Kifamba sub-county, Female representative for the Elderly in Lwentulege Town council, the female councillor for Persons with Disabilities for Lwamaggwa Town council, and Female representative for the Elderly in Mweruka Town Council.
Kungu is one of the seven people who died as a result of the twin bombing when explosions hit the Central Police Station in Kampala and the IPS building along parliament avenue on Tuesday. The attacks that came one after the other left more than 30 people injured.
Of this, at least 1.3 trillion Shillings was already spent within the 3 per cent legal limit which the government can spend and seek approval later from Parliament, while 2.4 trillion Shillings is for prior approval by Parliament.