The application by Hajj Mawanda came after Sheikh Jjemba forcefully took ever the management of the schools last as the trustee of Kabigi Taqua Foundation Limited accusing his sibling of running down the community schools founded by their late father, Sheikh Juma Katungulu. The protracted wrangles between the two brothers put the education of hundreds of learners in danger.
Hajj Abdul Jabala Mawanda, who was recently thrown out of the school administration, accuses Police of shielding his adversaries as they mess up the school for their selfish interests. He argues that while the schools were established on a Muslim foundation, his brother Hajj Harunah Jjembadeviated from the principal and hired Born Again Christians to manage it hence the apparent misunderstanding.
Patrick Zziwa, the Bukomansimbi District Education Officer in his sectoral performance report confirms that the missing teachers completely failed to report back to their respective duty stations until the term ended.
The courts at lower local government administrative units are charged with adjudicating minor cases and making relevant orders for; compensation, reconciliation, declaration, costs, restitution, apology, attachment, and sales among others.
Natembo explained that many courts throw out cases due to the failure of the police to use scientific methods while gathering evidence and instead rely on sniffer dogs, which she described as laziness.
Deogratias Bwanika, the Kibinge Sub County Chairperson says that from their inspection, they have established that many of the headteachers in both government and private schools are currently stuck and uncertain of how they will reopen for classes on Monday.
Anne Florence Nakabuye, the Deputy Head teacher says that the school in its current state can hardly conduct normal lessons to their learners if they are allowed to reopen as planned by the Ministry of Education.
Members of the cooperative are pushing for the prosecution of David Lukwata, accusing him of financial loss through alleged collusion and other maladministration practices. Lukwata’s problems stem from an external audit conducted by Dickson Associate Auditors, which unearthed irregularities in the management of the cooperative’s finances.
The suspect aged 35, hanged himself inside the cells of Kikuuta Police Station where he had been detained on the offence of threatening violence against his mother, with whom they were feuding over land.
The facility was constructed shortly after Bukongo was granted a sub-county status from Bigasa, however, according to residents, the buildings have remained idle for years without serving the intended purpose.
The President pledged that the government was to cater for the education of Ssebugwawo’s eight orphans, reconstruct the slain officer’s house as well as support the widow to start an income-generating project to enable sustain the remaining family.
However, during interactions with the area MPs; members of groups that failed to access the funds indicated that they were locked out by the very tight-unrealistic conditions the implementers require of them.
Margret Nansamba, a resident of Butalaga parish in Bigasa Sub-county is instead appealing to President Yoweri Museveni to reconsider some of his directives and allow free movement of patients to save them from the hustle of pursuing authorization from village chairpersons, while their health condition is deteriorating.