Born on October 25, 1940, Nsibambi has lived an illustrious life as an academic, first non-Head of State Chancellor of Makerere University, Minister and long-serving Prime Minister under, President Museveni .
Addressing the leaders of various national sports associations on Tuesday, the Sports State Minister, Charles Bakkabulindi, said they were unable to convene the forum for the last five years because the National Council of Sports had to address other priorities.
Grace Akullo, director of Criminal Investigations Directorate (CID) says there was a significant increase in defilement cases in 2018 compared to 2017 a reason the number of suspects arrested and charged in court skyrocketed
Police explained that 39 cases were still under inquiry by the end of the year, 61 cases were put away, 19 cases had suspects committed to High Court, 45 cases were still pending in court while 12 cases secured convictions.
Dr Kasiima said 5.07 billion shillings was collected from common offences handled under Fika Salama while 3 billion was collected from fines to defaulters. Kasiima explained that careless driving, dangerous loading, driving motor vehicle without a valid driving permit, driving vehicles without insurance and carrying excess passengers earned the police force huge amount of money.
A section of Members of Parliament have today expressed divided opinions about President Yoweri Museveni’s proposal for a Constitutional amendment to scrap parliament’s mandate of determining its salaries.
National Planning Authority Executive Director Dr Joseph Muvawala says as it stands now, Ugandans do not have the capacity to work in the oil sector and harness the opportunities that come with the production of oil.
Nzoghu, who doubles as the Shadow Works and Transport Minister, also argues that parliament shouldn’t be seen to be interfering with affairs between landlords and tenants but rather it should ensure that there is a mechanism of resolving disputes and streamline the relationship between the two parties.