Joseph SSekasamba RDC Kira municipal has warned the deployed LD’s to avoid acts of reckless shootings that have resulted into death of civilians, allegations of theft, and extortion leveled against them.
The order followed an application filed by Rutabana's lawyers led by Dr David Mushabe who argued that Rutabana who is a French citizen of Rwandan descent has been in illegal detention since he was arrest in Kampala on September 8th, 2019.
While speaking to Uganda Radio Network-URN on ongoing trials of LDUs countrywide, UPDF Spokesperson, Brig Richard Karemire, said all those that will be found guilty of being misbehaving towards civilians will be handed stringent penalties.
Parliament on Wednesday evening granted the Jinja Municipality East MP, Paul Mwiru to introduce a Constitution Amendment Bill, 2020 seeking to make changes in the handling of election petitions by establishing Election Petition Tribunals and others.
The money is part of new funding round that the bank has put aside for the developing countries under the International Development Assistance (IDA) round 19. Antony Thompson, the World Bank Uganda country director, said they would disburse USD 500m to USD 700m annually.
Sources at Naguru intimated to Uganda Radio Network – URN on Wednesday afternoon that Omoding arrested, Dicken Kamugisha, after he failed to present documents of shillings 3 billion accumulated in food served to police directors.
Xia Nenghai, the Project Manager of China Water and Electrical Company Ltd working on the Isimba Dam told the Physical Infrastructure Committee of Parliament, that apart from the challenges they are facing to complete the project, some of their staff are stuck in China.
Sarah Nekesa, the Executive Director Epilepsy Support Association Uganda (ESAU) notes that while Epilepsy drugs are included on the government’s essential medicine’s list, which means they should be provided free of charge, they are not available in government health facilities.
Bitekyerezo who became the drug body’s head in January 2017 is being accused of among others expending public funds of the authority to his benefit since he continued paying a salary to an individual who held a non-existent position in the authority.
Arnold Waiswa Ayazika, the NEMA director, Environmental Monitoring and Compliance says beyond the suppressing of the locusts, NEMA is interested in monitoring the potential impact of chemicals on water sources, food crops and or any other non-target organisms.
Only Shillings 10.3 billion out of the required Shillings 40 billion for the curriculum implementation has been released by the Finance Ministry. The roll out of the curriculum consists of two stages. Phase one is supposed to be implemented by the National Curriculum Development Center and the other by the Education and Sports Ministry.