A cross section of leaders of political parties and organisations have mixed reactions to provisions in a bill to regulate election campaign financing. The bill has been drafted by activists led by Alliance for Finance Monitoring-ACFIM and is expected to be moved in parliament by Fort Portal Municipality MP, Alex Ruhunda.
The discussion on legal costs stems from the 2018 Kampala District Public Accounts Committee-CPAC report which showed that KCCA had accumulated 49 billion shillings in legal costs. The report, however, noted that the committee had failed to gain access to the legal files leading to the costs.
While they managed to garner a lot of achievement from the 2017 Doctors’ strike, Dr. Ekwaro Obuku President of Uganda Medical Association says they have failed to organize interns and they remain chaotic especially with the increasing number of students doing medicine course.
Today, a team from the Cancer Institute, led by the Executive Director Dr Jackson Orem, was appearing before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament to answer audit queries raised by the Auditor General in his reports covering two financial years; 2016/2017 and 2017/2018.
The DPP had earlier on advised the police to try the Police Officers in the Police Disciplinary court since their commander Corporal David Ssali had confessed to the crime and a ballistic report proved that it was his gun that was used to kill Ssebulime.
Initial reports indicated that unidentified people dropped a letter at her home on Thursday, demanding 400 million Shillings, failure of which, she would be killed. According to the letter, the money was to be sent to a mobile phone number 0780723011 which is registered in the names of Moses Namisi.
Kirumira was killed alongside a female friend Resty Mbabazi Nalinnya near his home in Bulenga, Wakiso district on September 8, 2018. But one year after his death, the perpetrators have never been brought to book.
Late Kyampiire had separated with her husband. She carried the pregnancy into the second relationship. The owner of the previous pregnancy was demanding for the child. But we are regarding this stage regarding this speculation,” Enanga said.
The arrested gangsters have been identified as David Mutyaba, Ashraf Kakembo, Sam Ssempijja and Habibah Lamulah, all residents of Wobulenzi Town Council and Bamunanika Sub County, Luweero district. They are part of a gang comprising youths aged between 16 and 18, with a base in Wobulenzi town.
Nakwang is hospitalized at Kaabong Hospital in critical condition. Mathew Kubal, the Community Development Officer-CDO in Kakamar Sub County, says the mother had gone to the garden to harvest maize when the elephant attacked.
Mrs. Gloria Nakyeyune Musitwa, the Fund Administrator of the Makerere Endowment Fund says so far raised a total of 400 million from the previous runs. She appealed to the alumni and friends of Makerere to join the university this Sunday in this year’s run.
The teacher's body says that their records point to HIV, cancer, high blood pressure, mental illnesses, and suicide as the common causes of death among teachers. But UNATU Chairman Zaddock Tumuhimbise says that the deaths are mainly a result of frustration and poverty, among teachers.
Mubarak Michael, the Guild President Hoima Nursing School faults the Principal for the recent resignation of ten tutors. According to Michael, the tutors resigned within a period of four months and have never been replaced, which has affected lectures.
The Centre is situated in Pagik Parish, Purongo Sub County. It was constructed in 2014 at a tune of 230 million shillings by Nwoya district local government in partnership with Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA).