The residents say they are being raided by wild animals like elephants and Buffalos which destroy their crops and cause injuries to the community members. The most affected sub-counties include Biiso, Buliisa, Butiaba, Ngwedu, and Buliisa town councils, which all share a common border with the parks.
The decision made on Friday by Supreme Court Justice Professor Lillian Tibatemwa Ekirikubinza follows a disagreement that has been on for six months between the Bank of Uganda and Sudhir Ruparelia on whether the final order that needs to be enforced should also reflect that the bank is reverted back to the businessman.
The samples were taken to the National Institute of Communicable Diseases in South Africa to South Africa following an outbreak of the disease in more than 80 countries in the world. Uganda does not have reagents that can test for the disease.
Samson Kasasira, the Rwizi Region Police Spokesperson, says the Bailiffs who were in the company of the Police officers from Kazo Police station were intercepted by Military Vehicles along the Kazo Rwemikoma Road at the Junction that heads to Gen Tumwine’s home who stopped them from executing the court order.
On Thursday evening, the State Minister for Kampala and Metropolitan Affairs, Kabuye Kyofatogabye who was in Kira Municipality-Wakiso district, said that the six months of grace given for boda bodas to register have elapsed, and the operations against unregistered riders in Kampala city center are to commence as soon as possible.
Rebecca Mutoni a Primary Seven pupil at Katikamu Sebamala Primary School says that although they want to read so as to improve their performance, the school has no library and the available classroom blocks are in a sorry state to facilitate a reading environment.
Tonny Odokonyero, a Research Fellow at the Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC) says that the influx of people to the Albertine region is causing demand to outstrip supply for meat, vegetables, and milk.
In a decision delivered on Friday, the Court of Appeal Justices comprised of Fredrick Egonda Ntende, Cheborion Barishaki, and Eva Luswata Kawuma, set aside the decision by the High Court to dismiss Ssemugooma's petition and directed that it should be heard afresh before a different Judge.
Buganda Road Court Chief Magistrate Douglas Singiza ruled that Besigye and Mukaaku had presented substantial sureties and that he is convinced that none of the accused persons will run out of the country if granted bail.