The Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee has directed the Attorney General, William Byaruhanga to give an opinion on whether the proposed National Local Content Bill, 2019 conflicts with the regional Protocol.
Joseph Balisenyuka, the Dokolo District Chief Administrative Officer, says he was prompted to interdict Odada pending the completion of his trial because several activities had grounded to a halt due to lack of a signatory to the district accounts.
Ronald Kamya, a member of Wesige Mukama Bamugolodde Health Scheme, says the scheme is affordable compared to general insurance services. Kamya says he pays Shillings 72,000 for all his family members and co-payment of Shillings 30,000 whenever any of them falls sick.
The residents, through their lawyers - Byamukama, Kaboneke and company Advocates argue that in 2005, Kabarole district council under minute Kab COU 068/05 sitting on November 24 and 25 resolved to create two new sub-counties of Kateebwa in Bunyangabu and Iruhuura out of Ruteete Sub County.
The demands came barely a week after the New York Southern District Court jury convicted Ho, a former Hong Kong Minister, of eight counts of bribery and money laundering over oil rights for Chinese conglomerate CEFC China Energy, in Chad and Uganda.
Abel Bizimana, the Kisoro District LC V Chairman, says it was unnecessary for Kamara to make radio announcements warning tea nursery bed operators against attending the meeting organised by Byaruhanga.
Polly Kateeba, the Tooro Kingdom Lands and Housing Minister, explains that the contested piece of land, which hosts Kamwenge Prison, is customarily owned by Tooro Kingdom and they have documents to support their position.
Through his lawyer Pace Advocates, Migadde says that he had gone to fuel his motorbike at a Pump Station when he was picked up by soldiers for allegedly wearing a red t-shirt resembling those used by People Power activists led Bobi Wine and handed over to the errant officers.
In an application he filed this morning, Rwakafuzi says Kateregga was assassinated in cold blood by members of the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces UPDF, something that make it necessary for an inquest to be conducted as provided for in the Inquest Act of 1935.
Through his lawyer, Evans Ochieng, Awadh objected to the deportation orders, saying he is Ugandan. He argued that he is a biological son to the late Omar Awadh, an Arab of Kenyan origin and Fatuma Said Abdallah, a munyankore by tribe and Ugandan by nationality.
This came after the government asked parliament to reject the move by Gulu municipality MP Lyandro Komakech to secure permission for a private members bill on the Legal Aid Services. The proposed legal aid bill 2018 is intended for ease access to free legal aid by marginalized and vulnerable groups and also regulate the legal aid services providers in the country.
In the petition, MIFUMI Project, argued that Polygamy violates the right to equality which is guaranteed to all persons by the constitution and that polygamy is discriminatory and undermines the status, dignity, welfare and interest of women because it doesnt allow one woman to marry more than one husband.
Kasule Semugenze, the LC I Chairperson of Sendawula Zone told URN that he struggled to access Mbabazi in vain. He declined to divulge further details, saying Mbabazis issues need to be addressed by someone above him.
In his affidavit, Kyiwa argues that there is no justifiable reason for holding the logs, adding that his repeated appeals to the relevant authorities to release the impounded logs have been futile prompting him to turn to court.
Through his lawyers of M/S Nakachwa and Co Advocates, Bakaleke argues that it is an abuse of discretion for the DPP and against public interest to institute charges against him without sufficient and crucial evidence on file. The lawyers also argue that they have proof that the police file, which the DPP is using, doesnt have statements of the victims on how matters unfolded.