Now, during the Wednesday meeting which was called by the vice president, Rtd Maj Jessica Alupo, UNATU leadership under the stewardship of their general secretary Filbert Bates Baguma told off government officials that before negotiation started, the government should stop threatening teachers.
Reverend Fr. Deusdedit Luyimbaazi, the Estates Manager Masaka diocese, says that when they called for relatives of the deceased to participate in the exhumation process, only two families came up and showed interest in relocating the remains of their relatives to their ancestral burial grounds.
Worse still, the builders declined to give particulars of their bosses to the local authorities. Tumusiime rushed to the construction work and halted the works since the contractor was not known to the area leaders and district officials and questions about the manner, in which the contract was awarded.
Jenty Akedi, 75, a resident of Alebtong district has spent one week at the bank. She says the money her grandson gave her for upkeep is finished yet she has not been able to check her account. Akedi wondered why her colleagues with whom they registered together are receiving money.
Legislators on the Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities, and State Enterprises – COSASE accuse the proprietor of Cofa Limited of possible conspiracy with Lubega & Buzibira Company Advocates in the fraudulent compensation claim.
Deo Wasswa, 27, a resident of Kiyindi LC I in Kiyindi town council alleges that on June 15th, 2022, officers from Kiyindi police station stormed his residence under the command of John Bosco Amandara and ordered him to enter his house.
As of 2020, an estimated 15 million Ugandans were mentally ill, according to findings from a study carried out in Northwestern University's Medical journal, Globemed. The study showed that only about 35 percent of the 15 million were on treatment.
NEMA's senior public relations officer, Tony Acidria, explains that the suspects were arrested for being notorious noise polluters. "They are repeat offenders because the noise levels when measured were above the permissible level of 60 decibels during the day and 40 decibels in the night for places of worship in residential areas."
While inspecting the new market under construction in Masaka City on Tuesday, the MPs noted with concern that some of the well-built market structures are underutilized despite the huge investments made into them.