With 62 civil servants interviewed from national level and across five districts, the study conducted between December 2018 to March 2019 indicate that majority of public servants (both elected and appointed) have limited knowledge of the law.
The sector registered milestones in reduction of case backlogs before courts, registration and management of new cases, rehabilitation and reintegration of child offenders and enhancing capacity of the public to better access services.
According to results of the study, majority of Ugandans (about 54%) say that the sub-county governments take their views into account in decisions while fewer (35%) report that they believe the national government considers their views.
Sande explains that they had a busy night because dozens of youths gathered in the betting hall on the fateful night to watch UEFA Champions League matches. The matches started at 10:45 and ended at a quarter past 1am. He says the ululations and conversations about the matches varnished shortly after the gamblers and football fans left.
The force’s Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, said whatever SSP Agero and his juniors did to Besigye and other members of Forum for Democratic Change –FDC was within the laws and well streamlined in standards police operations procedures particularly when handling riotous crowds.
Also, the company said that it was unable to collect some debts, resulting into an increase in credit loss and interest. This is the second time in a row that Cipla is announcing disappointing results after listing on the Uganda Securities Exchange in September 2018.