Development Partners with Anti-Corruption Agencies (ACAs) in the country have expressed concern about the delayed appointment of a substantive Inspector General of General (IGG) whose absence they say affects the fight against corruption.
According to the guidelines, school administrators are required to keep in touch with the pregnant girls to monitor their wellbeing and provide the necessary emotional, moral and spiritual support. The schools will also be expected to keep the records of whoever is responsible for the pregnancy for easy tracking when the need arises.
The Luuka district health officer, Christopher Wandira says that the maternity ward and laboratory will remain operational, however, members of the public have been advised to seek medical services from the lower health center IIs or Kiyunga health center IV.
During the hearing, Hamidu Lugoloobi accused the applicant of lying because the available evidence shows that he was in court and personally signed the consent document that was later endorsed by Justice Nambayo. Lugoloobi said the consent was done in the presence of Kalali and his lawyers, Earnest Isaac Muwanga and Geoffrey Mutyaba.
Katebire was arrested by police on Tuesday for allegedly accusing Brian Amperire, the Kabale District Police Commander and Darius Nandiinda, Kabale Resident District Commissioner of confiscating posters of NUP presidential aspirant, Robert Ssentamu Kyagulanyi
According to Kidega, the Eastern Equatorial State Governor Loius Lobong Lojore says intelligence information indicates that the suspect could have sneaked into Uganda where he is believed to be hiding in Palabek refugee settlement in Lamwo district.
In an application filed before the Nakawa Chief Magistrate's court, the lawyers led by Benjamin Katana and Shamim Malende allege that Ariho has been held beyond the mandatory 48 hours without any charges against him since his arrest on December 4th.
Luuka is one of the largest sugarcane growing districts in Busoga sub-region with 80% of the population either directly or indirectly involved in sugarcane industry, 15% deal in coffee whereas the rest are small scale holder farmers dealing in food crops.
"The public will be notified through public notices and media announcements, when they can come to pick their licenses," says a statement from the Works and Transport Ministry. The refusal by the government to renew the license of Face Technologies drew public reactions, which had largely given approval of the South African company for the efficiency, it exhibited relative to previous operations.
The clerics including the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, the Most Rev. Stephen Samuel Kaziimba Mugalu, the Mufti of Uganda Sheikh Shaban Ramadhan Mubaje, the Archbishop of Kampala Dr Cyprian Kizito and others say that they remain the most trusted custodians of ethical values for the country.
The residents of Green Valley, Church Zone, Kisenyi 1 and 2, Kifumbira zone, Mulimira and among other areas argue that the sanitation in the area is appalling and likely to result in an outbreak of diseases.