Kauju says after the expiry of the deadline, none of the unregistered riders will be allowed to operate in the city. He also says based on the turn up, the authority will not extend the registration deadline.
On Saturday, Omusinga Charles Wesley Mumbere said the government should pay royalties from resources such as Katwe salt lake, Kilembe Mines, Hima cement factory and the Queen Elizabeth national park to his kingdom. Tooro has, however, included the same resources on the list of assets the government should return to the kingdom.
Twaha Mawanda, the Chairperson Lwengo Water User Committee says when they tasked the former Lwengo district water officer and Lwengo town council to explain why the electricity bill was not cleared they were informed that the money was released but it was not remitted to UMEME.
Anti-riot police officers in Luwero today used teargas to disperse rowdy students of Bukalasa Agriculture College who were demonstrating in protest of a recent tuition increment and compulsory meals.This after authorities hiked tuition from 500,000 shillings to 1,130,000 shillings on both residing and non residing students.
This follows the arrest of one Tumusiime Peter, a resident of Nakawa who was found cutting down speed limit signs along Gayaza-Zirobwe and Matugga -Semuto Roads over the weekend. He now faces charges of malicious damage, vandalizing government property and economic sabotage.
According to information from ESC, the fraudsters pose as officials from the commission and make calls to District Education Officers requesting for the list of acting head teachers and their deputies. Unaware that these are imposters, the DEOs pass on the list of the teachers with their phone contacts.
Total Exploration & Production has resumed its 3D seismic surveys in Nwoya district after suspending the activities due to unexploded ammunition discovered at operational sites in the north of the Nile.
According to Denis Walusimbi Ssengendo, 10 billion shillings is needed for the entire reconstruction project. He says that with the 2 billion shillings contributed by government and US $ 500,000 from UNESCO and contributions from well wishers, they have close to 6 billion shillings.
The affected residents claim that during the Rwandan war, Ugandan soldiers camped in Karujanga and Kibuga parishes in Rubaya Sub County and took over their fish ponds, feasted on their animals and used their trees.
Residents of Nguedo Sub County in Buliisa district are threatening to block oil exploration activities on their land unless adequate compensation is given. In 2010, Total E&P took over Tullow Oilâ€™s Block I where Nguedo falls and embarked on seismic surveys during which crop gardens were destroyed.