Charity Kyomujjuziri from the Africa Freedom of Information Centre while addressing the press at Uganda Media Center underscored the need for government to translate key national documents and make them available to all citizens.
An invitation letter authored by Denis Hamson Obua, the Government Chief Whip, and Chairperson of the NRM Parliamentary Caucus directed all the 336 members of the Caucus to undertake a mandatory Coronavirus test at Parliament which ends today at 5:00 pm.
Rehema Nassozi Ssebbowa, Senior Principal City Hall Grade One Magistrate, emphasized the significance of integrity, stating that it goes beyond ethics and professionalism. She advised the appointed members not to use their positions for personal interests but to uphold the principles of justice for all, particularly benefiting the disadvantaged, including the poor, women, and marginalized individuals.
Michael Odora, an Arsenal supporter and Chairperson of the business community in Lajalula Trading Centre who is also treating the condition says they suspect that the food which was cooked in the open could have been poisoned by a dirty-minded person.
Kamanyire says she went through the processes of reporting and filing her claim to the authorities through the local councils, the district agriculture office, the government valuer, up to the Uganda Wildlife Office at Paraa Town in Nwoya District north of the lake.
The homecoming organizing committee, along with the three pillars of the Kingdom, which include the Royal Family, Kingdom Veterans, and Chieftains, had initially set a budget of Shillings 9 billion for this event.
Janet Museveni noted that government is yet to afford taking full responsibility for meeting the cost of students’ social welfare in addition to education it undertook under the universal education policy.
The State Minister for Foreign Affairs Henry Okello Oryem says the revelation has exposed the truth about LRA's alleged Western sponsors, even though when the government made it clear in the past, no one cared to listen.
All countries, apart from the US and Papua New Guinea have laws that make it for mandatory for employers to offer minimum paid parental leave, while Uganda and most African countries only limit it to maternity and paternity leave of between 8 and 17 weeks.
Rehema Kantono, the Public Relations Officer at IUIU, stated that the institution is rooted in Islamic principles, and as a result, both students and staff are expected to adhere to rules and regulations that align with these values.
The figure is the highest among victims of media freedom violations in the country in just a year according to the new report titled “Systematic Threats to Journalists, Activists, and Freedom of Expression”.
“Between December 2006 and October 2007, Inder allegedly transferred funds to the LRA on at least six occasions. According to direct witnesses, between 40,000 USD (about 136 million shillings) to 60,000 USD (204 million shillings) was transferred each time through Western Union and picked up by LRA commanders in Juba,” Frivet’s statement reads in Part.
Abraham Ekwaru, the Soroti District Communications Officer, explained that the new list includes claimants who have completed all the necessary procedures outlined by the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs to receive compensation.
Speaking at a meeting with the Police top leadership at the East Kyoga Regional Police headquarters in Soroti City on Wednesday, Rev. Fr. Gonzaga Waziwazi Ongereny, the Soroti Catholic Diocesan Chancellor told the Police that acts of brutality and political bias have put the police on the spot for failing to deliver effective service to the community.
Robert Nkwangu, the UNAD’s Executive Director says Uganda Sign Language is a natural language developed by deaf people and is structurally distinct from spoken languages but equal in status. He notes that while sign language originated, developed, and evolved from the deaf people themselves, the deaf people are being treated as “spares” in sign language services.
Out of the total land area of approximately 28,316,000 square kilometers in Acholi, only 21.5 percent is registered land with titles, while the remaining land is classified as customary land. Additionally, government-controlled land, managed by the National Forestry Authority (NFA) and Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), amounts to 2,488 square kilometers.
In a joint report released on Tuesday, based on a study conducted from June to August this year, Christine Byiringiro, the program manager of Uganda Debt Network, highlighted that there is an unwarranted denial of information requests by government Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs).