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.
This warning is going especially to motorcyclists, like Boba-boda riders, drivers and pedestrians who find themselves on the roads by 7pm when the curfew is already in effect; this time you won’t like it when we find you on the wrong side of the curfew," Enanga said.
Owoyesigyire noted that they have recovered the gun from the scene and they are currently waiting for Nagaba to recover so that he can record a statement as investigations continue to ascertain what happened.
Armed with machetes, the cane cutters turned rowdy and attacked whoever came their way. Julius Mabumbo, the area sub-county councillor, explains that the situation compelled them to alert police since it was going out of hands.
Kasolo met his death on Sunday evening after shooting dead Yosam Namwindo. It all started when Namwindo hired traditionalists who accused his neighbours Alex Muyinda and Joseph Oju of bringing evil spirits that were traumatizing the whole village and causing misfortunes.
Alfred Mugabi, a resident at the Maternity ward, says that despite the police patrols around the hive club, they have never stopped its illegal operations. He notes that the place also plays loud music every night.
Speaking to URN in an interview Assistant Inspector General of Police-AIGP Dr. Moses Byaruhanga, the Director of Health Services in Uganda Police Forces, says the top police administration prioritized the construction of the hospital this financial year after realizing that they lack a referral facility like the army despite being in existence for more than 100 years.
Citing Kisowera parish in Nama sub-county, Mukono district, Ssebaggala, said that the illegal settlers started destroying and stealing church property including the two acres of eucalyptus trees which they cut and sold. He said that the squatters have also started selling off plots of land and erecting buildings on the land.
The State Minister in Charge of Economic Monitoring in the Office of the President, Peter Ogwang detected the anomalies while monitoring and assessing various government projects in the district. Ogwang wondered how the RDC would rush to commission the maternity ward with visible cracks on the wall, floor and ceiling.
Pamela Kembabazi, the Rukiga District Senior Probation, and Welfare Officer says that 71 cases were recorded from July 2020 to July 2021. Kembabazi attributes the rising cases to the negligence of parents.
The suspects went on the streets on Friday and Saturday to protest operations against illegal power connections in the areas of Bugembe. They lit old tyres in the middle of the Jinja-Iganga highway, affecting traffic and businesses along the highway.
According to the investigations that were conducted by the Police legal team, the officers were liable for underpayment of Special Police Constables-SPCs who provided security during the January general elections.
During his impromptu visit to monitor different government projects in Bunyoro, the State Minister for Economic Monitoring Peter Ogwang discovered several defects on the buildings even before they are commissioned.