Development Partners with Anti-Corruption Agencies (ACAs) in the country have expressed concern about the delayed appointment of a substantive Inspector General of General (IGG) whose absence they say affects the fight against corruption.
During the hearing, Hamidu Lugoloobi accused the applicant of lying because the available evidence shows that he was in court and personally signed the consent document that was later endorsed by Justice Nambayo. Lugoloobi said the consent was done in the presence of Kalali and his lawyers, Earnest Isaac Muwanga and Geoffrey Mutyaba.
In an application filed before the Nakawa Chief Magistrate's court, the lawyers led by Benjamin Katana and Shamim Malende allege that Ariho has been held beyond the mandatory 48 hours without any charges against him since his arrest on December 4th.
"The public will be notified through public notices and media announcements, when they can come to pick their licenses," says a statement from the Works and Transport Ministry. The refusal by the government to renew the license of Face Technologies drew public reactions, which had largely given approval of the South African company for the efficiency, it exhibited relative to previous operations.
The clerics including the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, the Most Rev. Stephen Samuel Kaziimba Mugalu, the Mufti of Uganda Sheikh Shaban Ramadhan Mubaje, the Archbishop of Kampala Dr Cyprian Kizito and others say that they remain the most trusted custodians of ethical values for the country.
The acting Chairperson to the Commission Katebalirwe Amooti Wa Irumba says the clashes witnessed between political candidates and security personnel are as a result of failure by politicians to respect the set guidelines.
Nancy Linda Kalembe, says the development of water, railway and road transport networks have previously been premised on where resources are, hence leaving out certain people from contributing and accessing from the economy.
Dez Tuhimbise, a vegetable vendor is one of the vendors who haven’t got place to operate from despite registering in 2018 with the market leadership to book a stall. Tuhimbise says that he had high hopes that after paying Shillings 50,000 and registering, he would get space in the new market.
Giving a keynote address at the launch of the special issue journal on Covid-19 and freedom of expression, assembly and access to information by Human Rights and Peace Center (HURIPEC) in Kampala on Tuesday, Justice Owinyi- Dollo urged Ugandans to prioritise saving lives ahead of the rights to expression, assembly and accessing information.
Dr Henry Mwebesa the Director-General of Health Services in the Ministry said under the prevailing conditions where COVID-19 numbers have spiralled out of control, the app is projected to close the existing training gaps and challenges that traditional learning presents in the wake of COVID-19.
According to the judiciary, to demonstrate his readiness to take up the offer, Justice Katureebe virtually attended the prestigious appointment ceremony held in Shenzhen China and made an eight-minute speech where he largely shared his opinion and experience about the operations of the commercial courts.