“It is against this background that we object to participating in this re-election and recommend that the party Chairperson Museveni conducts another independent comprehensive and factual based audit process to clearly bring out the right performance of all the 4 candidates,” reads the letter in part.
Speaking at the launch, Mugabe said the alliance seeks to strengthen grassroots mobilization, building strong manifestos for the candidates as well as identifying potential leaders who will work for the development of their electorate.
It came after the Attorney General’s representative, Margaret Nabakooza informed the court that they received the court documents from the Local Government Ministry on Monday and couldn’t file a response to the suit in time.
Abdallah Afani, one of the delegates and the Ant candidate for Kasese Central Division LC III Chairperson seat, says ANT and its initiator Gen. Mugisha Muntu are more organized with values that are geared towards promoting the development of all Ugandans.
The party presented a list of aspirants for various political positions in the district on Saturday. According to the list, Amina Kahindo had been selected by the vetting committee as the official candidate for the party.
In March 2020, another panel of Constitutional Court Justices led by Justice Kenneth Kakuru ordered Basajjabalaba to refund to government all the money that was illegally paid to him as compensation for losing the tender to manage city markets and the Constitutional Square.
However, President Museveni has expressed divergent views on the matter. Museveni says that if the set procedures in communities, public transport, and schools are observed, there is no reason as to why learners and teachers cannot use them.
The president made the remarks during the world teachers day celebration held at State House in response to concerns raised by Filbert Baguma, the general secretary Uganda National Teacher Association who wondered how government expected teachers who don’t have staff quarters to operate without public transport.
Assistant Superintendent of Police –ASP Charles Twine, who is also CID Spokesperson, confirmed that a team was indeed investigating the incident. He added that he was yet to be briefed on the details of preliminary investigations.
During a launching ceremony held at the archbishop's office in Namirembe, Kazimba said that on top of the continuous calls to government to save the environment and it's people from dangers of climate change, more practical efforts must ne taken by members of the religious community.
Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson Patrick Jimmy Okema says that the tanker registration number KBV 279 F/ ZE 3687 Mercedes Benz Actross was carrying flammable liquid from Kenya through Uganda to South Sudan.
“You are hereby commanded to appear before Chief Magistrate at 9:00 am in the morning or as soon thereafter as the case can be heard,” reads the summons in parts. The registrar filed the charges against Kyomukama and Katusiime after the NRM party primaries three weeks ago.
Uganda Civil Aviation Authority-UCAA has commenced the refurbishment of the external public toilet facility, days after a passenger complained about them being in an appalling state.
The passenger recorded a video that went viral over the weekend, indicating that the facility was poorly lit and in a deplorable state. He noted that the facility was not befitting of an international airport, and that users could also contract infections.
NUP is also facing revolts in Makindye East where Michael Mabikke Seninde is contesting as an independent candidate after the constituency ticket was given to Derrick Nyeko, a youth councillor at Makindye division. In Makindye West, Farouk Ntege, a brother to the Ssebaggala's also refused to bow out of the race in favour of Allan Ssewanyana who was given the card.