Justice Olive Kazaarwe Mukwaya on Wednesday threw out the application on grounds that Bandikubi and Sserubugo’s lawyers were not in court. She also based her ruling on the notice of withdrawal that was submitted by Bandikubi and attached to the application.
Sserubogo's death has since raised concerns among his supporters who claim that Sserubugo could have been murdered. They are demanding a clear report explaining what caused the death of their Chairperson.
According to Nakaddu, the party district leadership will be constituted after the general election. She told URN that once elected as Kayunga Woman MP; she will lobby for the improvement of schools and better markets and equipment for farmers in the district.
Nantaba had organised a procession of more than 30 vehicles and about 100 motorcycles, to take her through the streets of Kayunga, in disregard of guidelines issued by both the Electoral Commission and the Ministry of Health to control crowds,
“I am reluctant to refer this matter back to the NRM Elections Disputes Tribunal. Where the internal disputes resolution mechanism is biased and has abused its own procedure. Justice for the applicant is not guaranteed. In conclusion, this court allows the application for judicial review and grants the order quashing the decisions of NRM. NRM respondent must produce all the original DR forms and the tallying must be repeated in a transparent manner,” Batema ruled.
More than 800 residents from the Makukuulu in Kayonza sub-county and Nakabango in Kitayimbwa sub-county, were sued for criminal trespass and illegal settlement on land measuring up to 61 hectares. Ownership of the land is claimed by one Eria Paul Kiwanuka, who allegedly bought it from Erasto Mujjabi in 2012.
The Health Ministry and Kayunga COVID-19 District surveillance team have traced three COVID-19 positive truck drivers to Kangulumira Sub County. The truck drivers were taken into isolation, while their 65 primary contacts were quarantined.
The residents say that although the land they are cultivating belongs to the government, the farm management should have guided or cautioned them before releasing animals into their plantations. One of the farmers Charlese Makwa, says that watched helplessly as the cows consumed their crops under the protection of farm workers and armed Local Defense Unit-LDU personnel.
Police at Naggalama intercepted the A-plus Funeral Management Service vehicle that was transporting the body to Kayunga, on the orders of the Ministry of Health. Subsequently, the Ministry of Health recommended that the deceased be buried by a professional team from the Uganda Red Cross Society to avoid any kind of exposure to family and the community.
According to the fishermen, it is hard to predict where they will find the hyacinth as they set off for fishing deep in the lake or transport people from Kayunga to other places such as Luweero and Nakasongola districts.
In his suit, Rubarema contends that around February 2018 while on duty the three Prison Warders led inmates to dig on a private farm in Kayunga District, whose owner the torture victim doesn’t remember. This is according to the information Rubarema received from Tendo when he visited him in Luzira prisons in October 24th, 2019.
The two were acquitted after the cross examination of Ssebuyungo who changed his plea of not guilty to guilty and testified against his accomplices. Ssebuyungo only implicated Muhammad Wamala for spearing all the murders and a police officer Harriet Nabitaka revealing that only knew about the acquitted in the cell but did not directly work with them.
The Chairperson of Kayunga Sugarcane out Grower’s Association Patrick Nsereko reveals that the working relationship between SCOUL and the farmers has been good until 2016 when SCOUL started restricting permits.
Uganda’s forest cover has been depleted to 8% up from 24% in 1990s, largely attributed to human encroachment for different activities such as tree cutting for charcoal and timber as well as agriculture.
Obbo says that a number of land title are in areas which are targeted for several government projects including the awaited multi billion Bukasa Inland Port among others. He says that all people occupying the land whose titles have been canceled will not be compensated when the said projects kick off since they are illegally occupying the land in question.
Hellen Musekwa, the Health Center in Charge, says when the ward is full patients use the concrete bench outside the ward. Musekwa notes that while packing all patients in the same ward isn’t recommended under medical practice, she has no option because of the limited working space.