Recently, URA wrote to the companies demanding that they remit 15 per cent withholding tax on all foreign transport payments incurred over the years in importing fuel into Uganda. The dispute has persisted since 2019 between the oil companies, some logistics firms and manufacturers.
Police led by Masaka City Police Commander Moses Nanoka intervened after leaders of Masaka United Taxi Operators and Drivers Cooperative Society engaged in bitter clashes with their counterparts plying the Kampala-Kyotera and Kampala-Mbarara routes, accusing them of setting up illegal roadside stages.
The operation, code-named, "operation Shujja" is being commanded by Maj Gen Kayanja Muhanga and, according to the ministry of Defence, It will mainly focus on weakening identified enemy camps in Yayuwa, Tondoli, Beni One and Beni Two.
Kakwenza who is facing charges of offensive communication was re-arrested from the Kitalya prison on Wednesday shortly after Buganda Road Court Chief Magistrate Douglas Singiza granted him bail. It was not clear why he was re-arrested.
“The Children who got pregnant, we are going to discuss with the Bishops and other religious leaders. We shall find a solution for them. There are some arguments, should the child go to school with visible pregnancy? That one I will discuss with Cabinet first and other people,” Museveni said in part.
Mabirizi petitioned the court challenging the decision by the Constitutional and Supreme Court to uphold the Constitutional Amendment Act 2018. He argued that Act paved the way for scrapping the presidential age limits at 35 years for the lower and 75 years for the upper limit.
Sarah Kihika Kasande, ICTJ’s Country Director to Uganda in a statement said ever since a similar appraisal took place in 2016, none of the UPR recommendations that Uganda accepted has ever been acted upon.
Amanyogovu declined to comment about the matter, arguing that he had already submitted the payment request form to the responsible municipality authorities. He says that it was their role to clear the pending bills.
The officials appeared before the Anti-Corruption Court on May 2nd, 2019 for causing the bank a financial loss of more than Shillings 4 billion meant for different services and supplies involving Compulynx Uganda Limited, which was supposed to offer e-banking related services.
Shortly after his arrival in Kigali, the hands-on Ugandan tactician said that he joined AS Kigali because of its mission of becoming the greatest club on the continent, a dream he can help the club to achieve.
In 2020, the government allocated 2.1 Billion Shillings for the construction of the school. The money was meant to be used to construct six classroom blocks, 2 teachers’ houses, two latrines, a library, computer lab, laboratory, and playground.