Drama started when MPs led by the committee Vice Chairperson, Gerald Karuhanga asked Joseph Eseru whether he had been contacted by the current Chief Accountant, David Matovu over missing funds in the institute.
In 2013, George Kusemererwa on behalf of the clans council of Tooro dragged the kingdom to court for operating illegally after Omukama Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV suspended the kingdom constitution.
Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah informed Parliament this afternoon that the MPs are Robert Migadde of Buvuma Islands, Santa Alum of Oyam Woman MP, Francis Gonahasa of Kabweri County MP and Esiangu Kenneth, the Soroti County MP. Also robbed are Jackline Mutekanga and Florence Achieng, who are members of staff of Parliament.
Describing it as serving two masters at a go, Kiggundu says the independence of the commission loses meaning if representatives of the commission from different parties fail to regularly have consensus on key decisions.
In the promotions, Kayihuras personal assistant, Jonathan Baroza, was elevated to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police, skipping two ranks in the process. To fix this, the police chief has been delegating a number of assignments to Baroza.
Nancy Atimango, the guild president at the campus told Uganda Radio Network that they were marching through the streets of the northern Uganda town to press government to scrutinize the qualifications of nationals employed as security guards.
Henry Araali Basaliza, the demobilisation and resettlement officer with Amnesty Commission in Kitgum says the motive is to empower the youth to send children to school, afford a balanced diet and meet other family responsibilities.
Willy Omodo Omodo, the spokesperson of the Lango Constitutional Review Commission says copies of the draft constitution have been dispatched to the 152 clan heads for scrutiny by their subjects and make proposals for inclusion in the constitution.
Taban Chiriga, the Officer in Charge of the Criminal Investigations and Intelligence Department Mbarara Central Police Station says some of the suspects have confessed that a director of a new school in Mbarara has been paying them to burn down schools.
A commander, who attended the meeting, told URN on condition of anonymity that while some of the commanders want public management to remain as it has been in the last one year, others suggested that FFP resorts to tear gas, water cannons and rubber bullets.