In its report, the committee confirms that Zaake made statements on his social media accounts of Facebook and Twitter and that the statements brought parliament into disrepute. The committee also says that Zaake was in breach of the rule on public trust and confidence under the Code of Conduct of MPs.
Sauti Za Wanainchi survey found that nine out of ten of those who became pregnant in the previous six months were in school before the pandemic-related closures and a little over (56%) are planning to return to school.
As the two-hour video played, some lawyers from both the Defense and the State were seen leaving the bar and stepping outside the court to control their emotions after seeing scenes that included roasting of human body parts and bodies of babies apparently cut out of pregnant mothers
Vicente Kyabayinze, the Executive Director of East Africa Visual Artists, a human rights media organization says people are being left out in faith settings and denied opportunities in places of worship because clerics in some churches have powers to admit or expel believers.
A detective privy to the investigations told our reporter on condition of anonymity that they recovered samples of rat poison from Bwiso's house on Thursday morning. He says that Kiyunga health center IV has released an autopsy report confirming poisoning.
Kiyingi explained that he is putting more focus on the strikers who didn't perform to the expectations in the first leg, adding that his side needs more than two goals if they are to overcome a resilient side in Ethiopia.
Henry Komakech, the Manager Uganda National Roads Authority –UNRA Gulu Office told URN in an interview that the vandalism of the road signage has been very rampant along the major roads in the region from 2020 to date due to the rising demand for metals by scrap dealers.
The councilors led by the LC III Chairperson, Hassan Baguma accuse the town clerk Edmon Maisaba Manzi of corruption, incompetence, and poor interpersonal relationship with others, causing poor service delivery to the people of Bundibugyo Town.
According to the refugees, a new conflict has erupted in their area between the Kitgan comprising mostly the Dinka ethnic group that defected recently from the opposition SPLM-IO and joined the government forces against the mainly Nuer SPLM-IO forcing civilians to flee their homes.
Sssewanya complained that they have endured a long remand sentence of close to six months, which was enough time for the state to thoroughly study the case file, conduct and conclude the necessary investigations in the allegations against them.
The magnificent house that the diocese wants to construct for the Bishop will have a mission hall, guest accommodation rooms, meeting rooms, parking yard, sauna, and a swimming pool. Construction is expected to start in June this year 2022.
Dr. Daniel Kyabayinze, the Director Public Health and Incident Commander told URN in an interview that samples have been taken off from children and a detailed statement about their findings and how well to be treated will soon be released.