Dr Isaac Magoola, the MUBS Academic Staff Association chairperson says that staffs want several demands addressed by both the institution and government, without which they are unwilling to return to work.
Dr Rosette Bamwine, a senior principal banking officer and head agricultural credit facility Section at Bank of Uganda says the collateral free loan will be introduced to cater for small scale farmers who have been complaining of lack of collateral security.
Akide is the third Lira district civil servant to be arrested in connection with the missing funds.Two of the Lira district top civil servants were held last week by the police including the district senior accounts assistant, Boniface Odora Olwa and Geoffrey Ebonga, the district chief finance officer.
The Deputy Police Spokesperson Patrick Onyango told journalists at the airport the arrested suspected engaged in defrauding Adam Ahmed, a Sudan national who reported a case at the aviation police in Entebbe.
Zakali Baguma, the Commissioner Geological Survey Department in the Energy Ministry has admitted that his office erred while compiling an assessment report on rock reserves that were to be affected by the construction of the Isimba Hydro power dam.
The Makerere University Business School MUBS governing council has asked the chairperson Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba, to step down for three months pending investigations into the recent rift between him and the institutions principal Prof. Wasswa Balunywa. The decision was preempted by a half day students and alumni demonstration at the institution premises where student demonstrators demanded for Prof. Baryamureebas resignation.
Katureebe said that it is paramount that security agencies follow procedure while making arrests since both security and the judiciary work towards administration of justice and good governance of the country.
Security in the region banned trade in logs of Afzelia Africana and Shea Nut trees after Parliament classified them as highly endangered and on verge of extinction. The resolution has been reinforced by a presidential directive banning trade in forest products in Northern Uganda to curb down deforestation.
The insurance, which covers both crops and livestock, provides a 50 percent subsidy to small-scale farmers and 30 percent to large-scale farmers as well as 80 percent subsidy to farmers in high risk and drought-prone areas.
Delivering the Monetary Policy Statement for June 2018, Central Bank Governor Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile said that in contrast with the assessment made in April, the BoU now assesses the risks to the inflation forecast to have moved to the upside.
Bazil Mwota is recognized for helping farmers in his community to thrive by founding AgroDuuka, giving them to access information about market prices for produce in their region. Kasujjas award is based on her work, in creating secure online platforms for people to express their feelings and access free help from mental health professionals. Kasujja is a co-founder of Clear Yo Mind.
They were arrested in 2015, from the areas of Kisenyi, Mengo and Bukesa, all suburbs of Kampala with suicide vests that were to be used in a series of terrorist attacks in Uganda. Police Intelligence indicated that the group had been in constant contact with Adam Garar alias Muhammad, a member of the Alshabaab.
Army MP Felix Kulayigye says that the country needs to go back to the basics of intelligence and security, to ensure that communities are empowered to detect and prevent crime. Kulayigye however adds that security agencies have an uphill task of restoring public confidence in agencies like the police and the army.