Mugisha said police have noticed an increase in the number of vehicles chauffeured with concealed number plates. He cited wedding convoys in which number plates are covered with names of newlywed couples while some individuals have also been found covering the number-plates with names of politicians, musicians and artistes.
Following the closure of Dunamiscoins ltd and the remand of its directors to Luzira Prisons, depositors in W. Nile ran to court and secured orders to freeze its business accounts in Centenary Bank with UGX 10 Billion and Stanbic Bank with UGX 300 million without success.
This afternoon, the teachers stormed out of the meeting upon learning that each of them will receive 30,000 Shillings at the end of the training. Many said they had been made to believe that each of them is entitled to a daily allowance of 30,000 Shillings. They argued that the allowance is not enough to cover their transport cost, especially for those who travelled from neighbouring districts.
The Morulem Sub County LC III Chairperson, Bismarck Ogwang confirmed the ongoing protest by residents on Wednesday morning. He explained that despite holding a meeting with the aggrieved community members on Tuesday, they have vowed to maintain the barricade until Abim District LC V Chairperson, Jimmy Ochero goes on ground to listen to their problems.
Led by its Commandant, Col. Edith Nakalema, Officers from the State House Anti Corruption Unit held a meeting involving the State Minister in Charge of Animal Husbandry, Bright Rwamirama, NAGRIC staff and former staff to discuss the fraud allegations.