On Tuesday, Masaka DP Elder's council backed by constituency and sub county leaders convened a crisis meeting in Masaka town, in which they unanimously rejected the program citing the suspicious compilation of the party register and irregular polling process.
Citing the Sukulu Phosphate Project in Tororo District, Museveni asked the judges why they had halted the project yet the Chinese had a mining license. He said that the courts should not have intervened if it wasn’t an issue of compensation.
The Commissioner of Citizenship and Passport Johnson Namanya on Tuesday said that they are planning to equip the regional offices in Mbale, Mbarara and Gulu districts to be able to take applicants’ biodata including photos.
“Leadership shouldn’t be built on money and popularity but brains. This new decade has its own challenges that can’t be addressed using the approaches of the 20th century. I don’t want to remind you of the problems that Uganda faces because you already know them. I have brought solutions to problems others keep talking about,” Mugerwa who was the first president of the African Youth Union said.
According to one of the workers who preferred anonymity, the arsonist poured petro through the front window before it spread to the ceiling. The fire destroyed documents which included party cards, posters of party leaders and curtains.
“There are many people in Buganda who have been defrauded in cryptocurrency schemes. I want to tell you that anything that promises you abnormal profits in a very short period of time is always a hoax. You must avoid such deals,” Mayiga said. He added that rich people don’t make their money in months but rather years of hard work.