George Rwabongoya, the head teacher told URN that only a section of science teachers were on duty whereas arts classes were empty as the majority of the staff members stayed away from classes. Some of the boarding schools in the district like Nyakasura School are urging students to engage in self-study since they cannot send the learners back home.
“We have engaged the Ministry of Health and the answer they gave us is that now we have a result-based funding in place and Lacor should earn from that and you must do certain activities, have a certain quality to earn this money,” Ogwang told Uganda Radio Network in an interview.
The rare viral disease, occurs primarily in tropical rainforest areas of Central and West Africa, although it is occasionally exported to other regions. But since May, this year, more than 3,000 cases have emerged in 47 countries, many of which have never previously reported the disease.
The heads of government from Commonwealth countries including President Museveni are expected between today and tomorrow to tackle some of the challenges like the food security due to the Ukraine conflict, climate change, Insecurity in some of the member countries as well as human rights.
Bagala, a candidate of the opposition National Unity Platform (NUP) won the January 14, 2021 polls with a margin of 16,000 votes to defeat Nabakooba. But, Nabakooba filed a petition to challenge the outcome of the polls, alleging that Bagala was not validly elected to represent Mityana district in parliament.
The ICC Spokesperson Fadi El Abdallah told Journalists at a press briefing in The Hague that the ICC doesn’t have any evidence of Otti’s execution and says the arrest can only be withdrawn if tangible evidence of Otti’s execution is received by the ICC.
On May 23, Elias Mbishinzimana aged 23, a resident of Gatwe village, Bunagana ward, Bunagana town council in Kisoro district was hit by a bullet in the arm while on the Ugandan side as the fighting went on on the nearby hill of Murujinga.
Mr.Robert Kotchani the UN human right country representative in Uganda said ASTU personnel constitute one of the forces that have respected human rights, and called upon other state agencies such as UPDF and regular police to follow their example.
Assistant Inspector General of Police -AIGP Godfrey Golooba, who presided over the pass out on behalf of Inspector General of Police -IGP Martin Ochola rallied the officers to ensure that they practice the skills they have acquired and exhibit them in their duties purposely to match the ever-changing policing needs.
Byarugaba says the Fund no longer has the kind of liquidity it had before the Mid-term Access that allows beneficiaries access their savings before retirement age. He says the suppliers and contractors are the ones who can have a solution to bring the costs of the final product lower.
Tibbs Orikiriza the SACCOs manager at UMRA, says at the moment, the authority has so far licensed only 67 SACCOs all over the country, yet there are thousands of them in operation, adding that the fund is to only benefit members of those that are licensed.
The budget will be financed with funds from Envujjo, Busuulu and Kanzu (24.7 billion Shillings), debt payment from the Central Gocernment ( 5 billion), student payments (18.14 billion), development partners (29.12 billion), Sports (4.43 billion), Communication Stations (28.4 billion), Tourism (870 million), Cooperatives (32.51 billion) and others.