Eling also accused the CAO of mismanaging the coffee seeding distribution exercise in the district, mismanagement the issue of land for the construction of Aduku seed SS, failure to address the welfare of the council and challenging the powers of the Executive on budgeting in the media among others.
Kevin Ssendegeya, the chairman of Security Boda-Boda Stage at Total corner, says that there is a group known as Nato, which they reported to the police but nothing was done. Ssendegeya alleges that policemen instead revealed their names to the criminals.
“EAC is working on strengthening partnerships between the private sector and EAC Partner States’ governments, to jointly establish investment in vaccine manufacturing, to ensure the region can produce and avail vaccines to East Africans," said Secretary General Peter Mathuki.
Ismail Bukenya Musisi, the LC I chairperson of Kikulu zone told Uganda Radio Network-URN that trouble for the two security officers started around 10:00 pm when they ordered a retail shop belonging to one Musisi and a chapati stall belonging to another resident only identified as Kato to close because it was long past curfew time.
“My office closely worked with police and after receiving concrete evidence that Ssekimuli had mismanaged the registration fees to the tune of Shillings 7.6million we tasked him to refund it. We have made the necessary clearance with the relevant authorities and hope that UNEB will release the results soon,” he said.
Lawrence Ssemujju, the deputy headteacher of City hill secondary school also says that they have so far lost five students from South Sudan. He notes that the resumption of studies in the neighbouring countries is making it hard for foreign students to continue waiting for the reopening in Uganda despite the fact that they cherish Ugandan education.
Okello Oryem, the Foreign Affairs State Minister, confirmed to URN Lumbuye's deportation. He, however, denied claims that he was taken to the Turkish Embassy, saying that it wasn’t necessary since he was formally handed over to the government before deportation.
Saddam says that the officers told him that his father, Yiga uses his mobile telephone. According to Saddam, after receiving a few slaps and kicks, he succumbed and directed the armed men where his father was and he too was arrested.
Aaron Mwesigwa, a finalist in Bachelor of Accounting and Finance expressed relief that he will, at last, receive a transcript. “I cannot be very excited as we don’t seem ready but after over a year, I need to use my transcript for jobs. The graduation is welcome in whichever form,” he said.
“Avoid letting people gather in the Church until this will be allowed, but use the means offered by technology to let the word of God reach the people,” reads the Bishop’s August 2nd, 2021 letter, a copy of which URN has seen.
According to Bishop Jjumba, embracing the use of backcloths in the burial of priests will emphasize the existing interrelation between the Church and Ganda traditions, which has been misconstrued by many people who perceive culture as devilish.
On July 23rd, 2021, Mabirizi wrote to the Clerk to Parliament asking for the academic documents of 16 ministers, saying that he had received information that they don’t have the minimum formal education of Advanced Level standard or its equivalent as is required by the Constitution for them to qualify for the positions.
UCTU is one of the four ‘Tertiary cooperative unions’ in Uganda and a member of the Uganda Cooperative Alliance, UCA. Other tertiary unions are The Uganda Cooperative Savings and Credit Union, the Uganda Insurance Cooperative Union and the Uganda Cooperative bank.
Anjuleta Lalam, a 58-year-old woman and resident of the area, said that she was manipulated to sign an agreement. She says Oyet now forcefully wants to evict her and take control of the 295 acres of land she is living on.