Dr John Byabashaija, the Commissioner-General Uganda Prisons Services, says that the training is timely because it will prepare the personnel on how to handle violent extremist prisoners. The training is facilitated by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime-UNODC, with funding from the European Union, the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the UN Office on Counter-Terrorism.
Titled “The Employment (Recruitment of Ugandan migrant workers) Regulations 2021 Statutory Instrument 47 of 2021”, the regulation aims at among others revoking the Employment (Recruitment of Ugandan migrant Workers Abroad) Regulations, 2005, Statutory Instrument 62 of 2005, upholding the dignity and rights of migrant workers by prescribing the appropriate terms and conditions of their employment and providing mechanisms for regulating activities of companies and their agents.
Ekalungar went missing on January 2nd, 2018. His body was later found in Kajjansi Town Council, Wakiso district burnt beyond recognition. Mawa, who was convicted on his own plea of guilt, was the driver to Dr. Ssebale Kato, the Proprietor of Case Hospital.
Those that defy the ordinance will on the first occasion pay a fine not exceeding shillings 20,000 and on the second occasion will lose an operating license and pay a fine not exceeding shillings 40,000.
According to Hajji Mbabali Njuki, the Deputy Resident District Commissioner , the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces-UPDF expects to recruit 2,000 LDU personnel in Entebbe and the neighbouring towns.
However, only 278 people had applied by August 30, when the application process was expected to close in Entebbe.
Zubair Karangwa, the Kabale ward LCII Chairperson and James Kakande, the Kabale B LCI chairman are accused of conniving with two land brokers Asuman Lule and Tonny Katongole sell a plot of land to four people.
Luke Owoyesigyire, the Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, says that the suspects later led police to their hideout where officers recovered forty-six motor-vehicle number plates. According to Owoyesigyire, police swung into action after receiving numerous complaints from Lubowa, Zzana, Bunamwaya, Katale, Bukwenda, Seguku and Nalumunye areas.
"They started from where they stopped upon release from the prison," he says.
Justice Kwesiga faulted the state for sanctioning a file that lacks concrete evidence. He made the statement after the State Attorney admitted that the file had been sanctioned based merely on the boy’s statement and that there were no other witnesses.
The State Attorney Nelly Asiku noted that Namugali did not provide copies of introductory letters from LCI Chairpersons to confirm that Madolo and Wamboga reside in Kyengera Town Council and Lugonjo-Nakiwogo.
"Her home was five minutes away from the mobile money kiosk," says village chairman Henry Galiwango. "She had just opened her door when they shot her because she died with an open padlock in one of her hands.
According to prosecution, Kyeyune defiled the victim who was a pupil at a boarding primary school where Kyeyune was employed as a cook. Kyeyune defiled the girl on November 24, 2018, from the school kitchen.
Kaweesi was arrested after he was found in possession of a stolen car, a white Spacio number UAV 869M belonging to Madhusi Olubora at a garage in Ndeeba.
"Also, at 27 years of age, there is hope that the convict can reform," Justice Kwesiga added.
"Even though there is hope that Abeine can reform after serving this jail sentence, aggravated defilement is now rampant in Uganda, so I sentence him to 20 years because we must protect girls," Justice Kwesiga said.