The KCCA Speaker, Abubaker Kawalya expressed dismay on the behaviour of members absconding from duty and wondered how people's grievances shall be attended to without council sittings. Kawalya observed that the market dispute had come up for the third time, saying several vendors had turned up seeking answers to their grievances.
Kamure alleges that during Akena’s illegal tenure in office, the party was driven on non UPC ideologies since the later sought for an alliance with President Museveni’s National Resistance Movement Party-NRM.
Yiga says that on September 26, 2019, while he was moving along Kiyembe Lane in Kampala city, he was hit on the head by a metal which dropped from the company's site between Market Street and Kiyembe Lane.
On Thursday afternoon, Gulu Municipality Member of Parliament, Lyandro Komakech raising on a matter of National Importance in parliament, said the behavior of the financial firms is hurting school teachers who are already suffering because of the lockdown.
According to a statement by Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny- Dollo on Thursday evening, the memorial lecture is aimed at celebrating Kiwanuka's life and achievements and to remind them of his contribution to the advancement of rule of law and nation building in Uganda
First presented before Parliament in August 2019, the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Amendment Bill, 2019 has generated controversy on issues regarding the mid-term access of funds, direct lending to government and whether the fund should revert to the ministry of Gender.
The source was unsure of the exact number of people that were released yesterday but she reveals the hostel with more than 130 bed capacity got filled up when they arrived that some of them were shifted to another hostel that she couldn’t establish.
Muhel says that he was shocked when he went to check on Mayur late afternoon and found him unconscious. He says he immediately alerted their colleagues who organized and rushed him to Doctors Case Clinic in Rukungiri but health workers declared him dead.
NUP Spokesperson, Joel Ssenyonyi accuses police of abdicating their responsibility by failure to take action against Sipapa. “He is guarded by police and other fellows who carry guns, he has one himself. The other day he came here and shot at our gate. One of our fellows got injured and the young people are saying we want answers,” he said.
On 26th August, Speaker Rebecca Kadaga gave the Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda a two weeks ultimatum to present before the House an action taken report on the Kibwetere massacre as well as compensation for orphans.
Speaking on Thursday at the Electoral Commission offices along Jinja Road in Kampala, Byabakama said those who engage in violence discredit the work that individuals and organizations have done to ensure that Uganda changes leadership through only peaceful means.