The Resilient teachers, students and education systems in South Sudan and Uganda project, will be spearheaded by Oxfam. It will focus on improved access and completion of safe quality education for learners in the fragile and crisis-affected environment.
Vice President Edward Sekandi and NRM Parliamentary Caucus Vice Chairperson Solomon Silwany today convened a meeting of the NRM parliamentary caucus to convince MPs to mobilize support for the partys local council candidates in their constituencies.
The 35 Million Euro financing agreement was signed this morning at the German Embassy in Kampala. Matia Kassaija, the Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development and the Managing Director Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited Willy K. Kiryahika represented the government of Uganda.
Retired Major Musisi Galabuzi, one of the former detainees at Nalufenya Police facility, explained that he was picked up on suspicion of assassinating the former Police Spokesperson, Andrew Felix Kaweesi.
Scores of youths belonging to the Nuer Ethnic group in Tika Four Refugee Cluster in Rhino Camp have been arrested by the police and detained at Yoro base police station in connection with the murder of four Dinkas.
Peter Ssetenda, the KCCA officer in charge of noise control told Uganda Radio Network that the authority is not sitting back on noisy churches. He says they have met church leaders several times and told them to reduce noise. We have a position on churches, Ssetenda says. He further revealed that they have involved Kampala Minister, Beti Kamya in dialoguing with pastors on noise reduction.
Top names in the race include Hussein Lumumba Amin, son to former president Idi Amin Dada, former Terego MP and Forum for Democratic Change FDC diehard Kassiano Wadri, former Arua Woman MP and FDC diehard Christine Abia, and prominent lawyer Caleb Alaka.