The President made the remarks while commissioning the Kampala Entebbe Expressway at Mpala toll station in Wakiso District on Friday evening. The function was also graced by Wang Yang, Chairman of the Chinese Peoples Political Consultative Conference.
While preaching to hundreds of Muslims AT Kibuli mosque during the Eid Al Fitr prayers, Sheikh Abdul Hafiz Walusimbi said that Muslims should not expect earthly protection that believes in guns more than God.
Justice Katureebe said that the Judiciarys position on bail can only change when the law is amended. It is simple: the issue of bail is governed by the Constitution and the law. Until the law is amended, bail will be granted or denied in accordance with the Constitution and the law, said the Chief Justice.
The witnesses have been drawn from a pool of 82 people initially lined up to testify in favour of their client at the court. The figure is just three people short of the 69 witnesses that prosecution called against Dominic Ongwen.
Sheikh Lule said such repeated killings have aroused fear among Ugandans adding that there should be strict guidelines to regulate guns both in the hands of state and individuals. He was presiding over Eid El Fitr Prayers at Kasana mosque in Luweero town today.
In Exercise of Powers confirmed on the President of Uganda by Articles 1081, 108 2, 1131 and Article 991 of the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, I have appointed the following Resident District Commissioners as indicated below:
In Masaka Municipality, Sheikh Twaha Bugembe, the Muslim County leader expressed concern over the current incidents of murder, kidnaps and insecurity. He observed that although the state has the obligation to protect Ugandans and their property, citizens too have a responsibility to exercise vigilance in order to avert crime.
Mufti Mubajje was this morning speaking at the Eid-al-Fitr Prayers at Gaddafi National Mosque at Old Kampala. The Eid celebration which was marked by hundreds of Muslims is the climax of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting and religious devotion.
The girl is a student of St Juliana High School, Nakazadde, one of the schools that were listed as targets in anonymous letters that were circulated in Lugazi municipality last week. In one of the letters, the school was asked to pay five million Shillings to the anonymous authors to save it from bloodshed.
According to animal rights activists, animal welfare is a human responsibility that encompasses all animal well-being, including proper housing, management, nutrition, responsible care, humane handling, and when necessary humane euthanasia.