Staff leaders made the resolution during a meeting held at Makerere University today. The meeting was aimed at reviewing estimates of the 2018/2019 budget in relation to the enhancement of staff salaries.
Human rights lawyer, Ladislaus Rwakafuzi has said Gen Kale Kayihura, a man who was the bulwark of a Police that consistently violated constitutional human rights during his tenure as Inspector General of Police should enjoy constitutional rights of detainees as stipulated in the constitution.
Part of the funding will be mobilized through a 0.1 percent contribution by government Ministries, Departments and Agencies from which a sum of USD 5 million 19 billion Shillings is estimated annually.
According to the sanction letter, the suspects are being charged with abuse of office, conspiracy to defraud, conspiracy to commit a felony, embezzlement, and kidnap. The charges are in relation to the ploy to kidnap and defraud two South Korean nationals of 1.4 billion Shillings.
One of the members of the team who preferred anonymity told Uganda Radio Network in a phone interview this morning that they did not know about going to court today or this week, despite earlier media reports indicating that Kayihura was expected to appear before the General Court Martial.
The ban, which extended the age of cars exempted from the environmental levy to eight years from the original five years, comes into force on July 1, 2018. However, motor vehicles which are in transit before the commencement of the Act and which arrive in Uganda by September 30, 2018, will be accepted.