While attending the launch of Busoga’s 2022/2023 annual development plan at the Jinja city’s based Civil Service college, the leaders said that an increase in the funds will foster the quickening of poverty eradication processes.
Enock Ariga Marindi, another resident notes that the entire compensation process is shrouded in mystery, saying the ministry has deliberately hidden information from them. He says only a few have been compensated but no one can tell the criteria used to decide who receives the money.
Rev Esau Bbosa Kimangye, the Assistant Vicar of Namugongo Martyrs Shrine, says they were concerned when they learnt of the development, saying the project is a threat to the safety and security of the museum, where both the church and government have sank a lot of money.
David Nkojjo, the Chairperson St Jude- Bbanda School Management Committee observes that due to development priorities competing for land in Wakiso district, many schools have lost their land to grabbers while others find a hard time when the foundation bodies reclaim part of the land leaving them with tiny potions.
Museveni noted that although sugar mills within Busoga region are suffering raw material scarcity due to the increased number of mills, there is an increase in the number of cane farmers who lack where to sell their harvest.
Eric Kanyange, another resident notes that he had been given a compensation number with his property valued at Shillings 51 million and has all the documents but he was surprised to find that his name and reference number were missing on the list of people who were due to collect their monies.
According to Local Government Act, the conditions for creation of municipality include the capacity to meet the cost of service delivery and office accommodation, existence of a physical development plan for land use, reliable water sources and reasonable financial base.
The research will involve investigating the probable influence of this temperature limit on crop production and water needs including the influence on rainfall, humidity, winds and cloudiness over Uganda.
On Tuesday, the Chairperson of Local Government Finance Commission, Dr Agnes Atim Adea, unveiled that regions development plan budget for the districts of Ntoroko, Kabarole, Bunyangabu, Kasese, Kamwenge, Kyenjojo, Bundibugyo and Kyegegwa and Fort Portal Municipality.
Unveiling the budget on Tuesday, the Chairperson of Local Government Finance Commission, Dr Agnes Atim Adea, said that the budget was formulated depending on the pressing development needs of individual districts in the region. The districts include Ntoroko, Kabarole, Bunyangabu, Kasese, Kamwenge, Kyenjojo, Bundibygyo and Kyegegwa and Fort Portal Municipality.
Gabriel Kagira, the Secretary for Production and Environment and Bernard Ntoraine, the Secretary for Education and Health tendered in their resignation letters to the Sub County deputy speaker Joseph Akugizibwe on Thursday. They accuse the Sub County Chairperson, John Kyaligonza of incompetence and acting against development of the area.
Mary Rwakyaka Kenyana, the South Division Councillor, explained that after registering for her ID in 2014, she was shocked when it was brought back with her surname missing. She noted that despite going to court to solve the issue, it has up to date remained unresolved.
Besides government, Tiedemann said development partners equally fund private sector and civil society organizations. He pointed out that European Union Mission in Uganda is supporting implementation of the national development plan but it doesnt mean its the plan is serving foreign interests.