"We understand that these candidates had already paid but the money is somewhere and somebody is keeping it and in due course we shall come to pick it. Not only shall we get this money but we shall also prefer sanctions against sanctions against such people,” Odongo observed.
The construction that started in August last year stalled at the foundation level putting much of the already bought materials to waste. Materials including bricks have been stolen and the sand is being washed away by rain.
“You will recall that in 2018, UNEB introduced the use of Random Numbers instead of school names. These numbers were tagged to the school EMIS numbers. From this year, the EMIS numbers will not be used, but actual random numbers generated for each center per paper,” Odongo.
In a September 17th, 2019 circular to head teachers, the UNEB Executive Secretary, Dan N. Odong, says they have noted with concern the increasing cases of falsified claims of missing exams by head teachers even when there is sufficient documentary evidence indicating that the affected candidates actually never sat the examination
Alem Kidega, a resident of Oloyo Mung village told URN this morning that during the tour, he discovered that the local community wasn’t benefiting from Agoro Irrigation Scheme, adding that many of them were negative about the project. He also says that those using the scheme pay Shillings 50,000 and have since lost their land rights.
The minerals protection police have often been accused of engaging in mining and trading of minerals wherever they are deployed. In Mubende as the police help in the eviction of artisanal miners, the police was accused of involving in mining.
The trio was picked up for matching in Hoima town to protest a decision by security to block Asinansi Nyakato Alias Kamanda, the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC party candidate in the Hoima Woman parliamentary by-elections to appear on any local station as part of her campaigns.
According to Mutuuzo, this is one of the issues that the Kiswahili Council whose establishment cabinet passed recently will work on when it comes into force. She explains that schools have been reluctant to teach Swahili because it is optional.
r. Jackson Ojera Obucu, the Director State House Health Monitoring Unit, says the occupants of the staff quarters were not given a fair hearing before the housing committee and the hospital administration decided to allocate their houses to other staff members, which is irregular.
Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, said residents of Najjera because concerned over the endless mistreatment of the boy and decided to storm Kukunda’s house but she locked herself inside.