However, appearing before Justice Lydia Mugambe of High Court Civil Division, Nyanzi through her lawyer Isaac Ssemakadde told court to reject the affidavit of Abunyang which the University is using to challenge its failure to pay Nyanzi all her emoluments arising from the illegal suspension.
The new guidelines have already begun to bit with over 50 building plans bounced back to owners on failure to meet the new set requirement. One of the victims is St Joseph Catholic Church whose plan to build a two-storeyed building along Hoima Road has been trashed.
Laroker P'Okot the chairperson of the Acholi community in the diaspora says that accountability for the money has not been made. Laroker explains that in May, Michael Lakony, the Amuru LCV Chairperson wrote to them seeking for more financial support. He, however, says that they halted further donations until accountability is made.
At the wake of rampant mobile money attacks, police have advised operators to hire private security guards.
Armed thugs have in the last three weeks shot, killed over seven mobile money and hardware operators in Kampala and its outskirts.
Criminal Investigations Directorate (CID) has started investigating Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) Chairperson, Sylvia Ntambi, over misappropriation allegations.
A CID source said Ntambi’s probe has been ignited by a more than 20-page document by whistle blowers in which she is accused of misusing EOC’s funds, practicing nepotism and tribalism while managing the institution
During a meeting held at Bwera Hospital in Mpondwe-Lhubiriha Town Council on Wednesday, Tshapenda argued that DRC has developed expertise and experience in managing Ebola and thus it was within the best interest of the patients to be repatriated to the DRC. Tshapenda says the patients will have an opportunity to receive treatment from their specialized unit at Beni which has a capacity of 60 patients.
Kampala Capital City Council has appointed area land committees from three divisions of Kampala Central division, Rubaga division and Makindye Division while those of Nakawa and Kawempe divisions are still pending.
Dr Barigye told MPs on the Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) that there is urgent need to elevate the facility due to the expertise they have in their teaching hospital at Mbarara University of Science and Technology.
Open defecation is still a challenge in Moroto district with only 15.6% pit latrine coverage, according to the district health report, 2017. This has left cases of diarrhea, dysentery, typhoid, cholera and other sanitation related diseases high in the district.
Teachers of different schools in the area argue that the poor working conditions have discouraged them from executing their duties. They want the government to either improvise boats to transport teachers and pupils within the islands or construct teachers’ quarters.
A new wave of armed robbers moving on three motorcycles is puzzling police investigators. In the last three weeks, gun wielding thugs using three motorcycles have attacked several mobile money operators including robbing a hardware shop in Kampala and its outskirts. At least seven people have been killed in these robberies and others left nursing bullet wounds