Muhangi applied for bail through his lawyer, Captain Charles Ssekayita in January 2019 on grounds of ill health, saying he needs to get out of military custody to seek medication for ulcers, which he has been battling since 2007.
The dispute worsened when court bailiffs evicted dozens of people from Lusanja leading to the destruction of property worth millions of Shillings. The Commission condemned the eviction and directed that the affected people stay put since the Commission was investigating the same matter.
Kipoi is remanded in Makindye Military barracks on security related charges. His lawyer, Retired Major Ronald Iduli, insists that Kipoi has a constitutional right to bail since he is still innocent until proven guilty.
On January 30, 2019, Mukisa led CMI operatives to a swamp in Kireka Biira Nakabugo Parish in Wakiso district where he had dumped the minors body after strangling him to death and removing some body parts.
Gen Gutti asked Iduli the number of times he has petitioned High Court and the Constitutional Court Challenging Kipois trial in the Court Martial and lost. In his response, Iduli said all he needs is an impartial and an independent trial.
Dr. Henry Mwebesa, the Director General Health Services under Ministry of Health, says under the comprehensive plan, all ambulances at hospitals including those donated by members of parliament will be governed by the new system.
Namulindwa says government lost the battle against wetland degradation, saying what remains is to help the encroachers to utilize them sustainably without causing more harm. She also asks government to plan for the rising population, which is piling pressure on the available land for cultivation.
Jane Ruth Aceng, the Minister of Health while addressing the media on Friday said that the tests conducted on the drugs by a joint team from the World Health Organisation-WHO, NDA and the government revealed that the drugs had a low potency level with minimal efficacy to ensure immunity against Hepatitis B.