While appearing before the Jinja City Grade One Court Magistrate, Linda Nakalema, Nabirye said that she first noticed the disappearance of two skip loaders registration numbers LG 0018-12 and UR 1602 on August 07th, 2022.
Pouyanne address on Tuesday coincided with the launch of the company’s Sustainability & Climate –2023 Progress Report. The report outlines TotalEnergies progress in its transformation strategy and the update on its climate ambition.
According to Bimbona, his appointment letter did not include details that he was responsible for the safety of the missing road equipment and neither was he officially assigned such roles in a supplementary document.
The deceased's father, Naris Ndanganwa, says that his daughter was last seen by neighbors on Sunday morning in a sharp quarrel with her boyfriend Denis Arineitwe, a tailor in Kabale town and resident of Nyakahanga village, Kazindiro parish, Bugangari sub-county, Rukungiri district.
Samuel Semewo, the Bukedi North Region Police Spokesperson, says that the minor joined the 110-meter race without the permission of the teachers and ran for about 10 meters before he fell down & collapsed.
Jane Frances Ofungi, the Lira District Education Officer (DEO), says that in her district only half of the learners have been registered from both government and private schools because parents are reluctant to pay the registration fees under the belief that the government program is free of charge.
While unveiling their research and innovation portfolio at Kawanda National Agricultural Research Laboratories on Wednesday, Frank Tumwebaze the Minister of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries in his message delivered by Dr. Steven Tibijuka Byantware the director for crop resources showed concern to enhance production and productivity and strengthening agricultural research and development in the country despite the challenge of climate change.
According to Niyitegeka, when the top leadership of an organization has a certain level of awareness of what technology can do for them, it increases their desire for technological solutions. He says that the absence of this desire has cost the sector a lot.
Brian Matsiko, the ICT Officer in charge of the Uganda Driver Licensing System at the Ministry explained that the mobile centre will only operate for a short while as the ministry organizes to set up a permanent centre in Lira.