In the petition, since 2015, the association cites deaths of Ibrahim Tugula, Julius Mulungi, Jamiru Mubiru who were shot on Allen Road, Olivia Basemera who tried to escape arrest but instead dived into Nakivubo drainage channel and died in the process. The hawkers also allege that one Juma Akankwasa was arrested and bled to death in 2018.
Justice Bashaija directed Lukwago to pay 47 million shillings to Musisi arising from the bill of costs filed by Musisi’s lawyers after winning the case in which Lukwago accused Musisi for usurping his powers in 2012.
Tasked to explain the inconsistencies in the figures, Dr. Byarugaba passed the ball to the Senior Accountant, Charles Mwasa who argued that the Shillings 145 million NTR that had not been sent to the Consolidated Fund in 2017/2018 was sent shortly after the start of the 2018/2019 financial year.
On Monday afternoon, Uganda Parliamentarians Personal and Research Assistants Association, which has over 150 members, petitioned the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga, saying they should be incorporated in the parliamentary system so as to add value in the work of the MPs so as to avoid conflicts related to salaries and their rights.
The Government Spokesperson Ofwono Opondo says that the officers acted heroic and deserve to be recognised. He explains that they carried out their duties with highest level of professionalism because they didn’t accept to be disarmed and there were no shots fired.
Dr Byarugaba noted that both hospitals whose current expenditure is under Ministry of Health and Mulago National Referral Hospital will become independent starting next financial year 2019/2020 and will have separate votes in the budget.
The decision to suspend the external examination was reached by the University's Central Management Finance Committee at its May 29 meeting. It was based on a report indicating that the university had registered a four billion Shillings’ budget shortfall.
In its district council resolution of May 31st, Amudat leaders petitioned the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government for immediate transfer of the CAO who has been in the district for less than six months.
Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, said the trial of Police Constables Ronald Opira, Ronald Baganza and Robert Cherotich, was halted and discussions are on-going with Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP) and Police Force.
Medical experts say that nicotine causes the release of dopamine, a chemical that affects emotions, movements, sensations of pleasure and motivation areas of the brain. Consuming nicotine is also linked to raised alertness, euphoria, and a sensation of being relaxed. A similar effect reportedly occurs when people take heroin or cocaine.
What is supposed to be a spiritual journey, has become mixed with practices that, according to traditionalists, are against the genesis of a long history of pilgrimage in the true religion. Traditionally, the journey of pilgrimage is supposed to come with sacrifices like hunger, pain, exhaustion and enduring extreme weather conditions, among others.