The mushrooming Ponzi schemes are one of the major challenges the authority is facing in its regulatory role, yet many Ugandans are yearning for investment opportunities and falling victim easily to fraud, says CMA
In his message read by Vice President Jesca Alupo, the President, who was the Chief Guest first, urged the graduands to avoid the temptation of getting rich quickly through corrupt means, instead, he urged them to leverage the skills acquired during their university education to foster innovation and create employment opportunities, enabling them to actively contribute to the economy.
Director General Fred Bamwesigye says plans to separate regulation and airport management is UCAA's brain child but still being discussed in-house before an informed report is given to Cabinet for consideration and way forward.
Although 108 countries are taxing some sort of sugar-sweetened beverage, globally, on average excise tax, a tax designated for a specified consumer product, represents just 6.6% of the price of soda. At least 148 countries have applied excise taxes to alcoholic beverages at the national level.
The court heard that between February and October 2023, within and Outside Uganda in diverse places of Lira, Masaka, Arua, Kampala Cities, Bididi Bidi Camp in Yumbe District and Juba City in South Sudan held meetings recruited and formed a rebel group called Uganda Lord's Salvation Army.
Speaking at the handover ceremony of Lt Col Dick Kaija, the outgoing commandant of the Fisheries Protection Unit (FPU) at Mbuya, Gen Mbadi praised him, for his commitment in addressing criminality and illegal fishing on the lakes.
Police have impounded 2,354 motorcycles and 523 vehicles in the last seven days in operations intended to ensure road safety during the festive season. The bodabodas and vehicles have majorly been impounded after the riders as well drivers were found lacking the driving licenses.
Professor Elia Katunguka, the University Vice Chancellor during a pre-graduation press conference held at the main building. The University will graduate 10926 students from various fields at the three-day graduation ceremonies
Addressing the press at the party's Najjanankumbi office, the faction's spokesperson John Kikonyogo said they would be convening a National Council next week under the head of the National Chairman Jack Sabiiti.
To support their arguments , the lawyers have then presented a letter and still pictures explaining that Molly Katanga was operated upon for those injuries and she is therefore not yet stable to attend court .
According to Byarugaba, the decision also disregarded the Inspector General of Government’s report, which cleared him of allegations and supported the Board’s recommendation based on his previous performance in office.
The study by the non-government organization that seeks to promote culture and cultural heritage in the country reveals that constrained access has significantly impacted the cultural identity and expression of indigenous communities. For instance, some Batwa individuals hesitate to openly identify themselves within other communities due to the discrimination they encounter.
Court heard that the University has all the facilities to teach the course and during the 3rd, 4th and 5th years, the students do clinicals in Mulago hospital, Kiruddu Hospital and Kawempe Hospital together with students from Makerere University. Further , that during these clinicals, the students are taught by the same staff at these hospitals and some of the Medical Council staff have taught the students of King Ceasor University throughout this period of five years.
The recipients of these scholarships are predominantly students pursuing a Bachelor of Chinese and Asian Studies. They become the immediate beneficiaries of the recently launched campaign by Makerere University Guild President Robert Maseruka dubbed "Save a Makererean" aimed at raising Shillings 1 billion to help their underprivileged colleagues on the verge of dropping out due to tuition fees.
The Member of Parliament for Butambala Muwanga Kivumbi says the challenges of holding the police accountable should be looked at in a broader spectrum of the political sphere in Uganda. He says even when the laws are amended to lay ground for the Independence of the Police, the regime can abuse the law to serve their interests.
On his part Xavier Ejoyi, the Country Director, Action Aid the book has come at a time when they are having the 16 days activism against Gender based violence adding that this is the time they need to address their mind against SGBV . He notes that the book book will help the survivors get justice all the time.