Three relatives of Francis Ruhamyakaaka, one of the those murdered at Nakateeta Village Kisekka sub-county in Lwengo district have formally complained to Lwengo Resident District Commissioner over their condolence fees that went into the wrong hands.
Olanya says that he has received a letter from the Ministry of Wildlife, Tourism and Antiquities indicating that they have received a directive from the President to allow the bridge works to continue.
Luzzi’s campaign motorcade includes a Fuso truck carrying a billboard bearing both President Museveni’s official campaign poster and his (Luzzi) poster. The truck also bears a symbol of the bus which represents NRM and the hoe, the official symbol for the Democratic Party.
The national coordinator for crime preventers Blaise Kamugisha confirms that the money has been released and already deposited on the crime preventers’ Sacco accounts for investment and promotion of their businesses. He projects that if all crime preventers in the country participate in the exercise as expected, they will have a block vote of over 2m votes in favor of the NRM candidate.
Sherry Kalyegira, the chairperson of Wakiso district women council, who received the ten heifers on behalf of her council, says initially Museveni promised to give three animals to each women district council but has since increased the number to ten.
Speaking to NRM youths from the Bugisu sub-region in Mbale, Museveni only conceded corruption as the only ground that anybody can challenge him, but even on this, he said, he was working towards fixing it.
The Late Pierre Nkurunziza died on June 8, 2020, after suffering a cardiac arrest at the age of 55. After 15 years in power, Nkurunziza was due to step down in August this year after the May general election that saw Evarisite Ndayishimiye elected President of Burundi. He is survived by a wife, Denise Bucumi Nkurunziza and five children.
“I’m very thankful with Ugandans they have responded but the 20million Shillings by the MPs that caused confusion. It’s bad planning but secondly, there were also legal and constitutional issues involved. It would be morally irreprehensible to give themselves money for personal use when the country is in such a crisis and totally unacceptable to the NRM,” Museveni said.
Speaking to the country this evening at State House Nakasero, Museveni said if the trucks were to be stopped, it would be catastrophic to the country because there will not be any way to transport the agricultural produce and also import of raw materials needed for production.
The district which borders Mbarara, Kiruhura, Buhweju and Kamwenge hosted this year’s National Resistance Movement-NRM liberation Day celebrations, commemorating the date in 1986 when the NRM Captured Kampala to overthrow the government of the day, after a five-year protracted struggle.
His position comes at the height of a trade war between the two countries, following the confiscation of trucks of Lato Milk by the Kenya Bureau of Standards and the Kenya Revenue Authority. The authorities said that the products were substandard. Kenya had earlier said that it was going to impose a 16 per cent Value Added Tax on the product.