The transfer, expected 19 years ago, faced delays due to regional instabilities. The ritualistic transfer of power occurred at Akiriket, one of the largest shrines in Lotisan Sub County. It involved the sacrificial offering of a black bull, symbolizing the transition from darkness to light within the community.
The Petroleum Authority and the developer reveal how Artificial intelligence and Satellite Technology will minimize human intrusion, and environmental damage, and ensure real-time monitoring of the entire pipeline.
Aciro has said in case of the accused persons not showing up, the sureties should be able to appear. Should the accused persons fail to appear before Court, she said she will issue criminal summons against them and also they will suffer imprisonment.
Uganda has vehemently refused to abandon its oil and gas projects. The government of Uganda sees oil development as a way to diversify energy supplies and improve energy security by cutting reliance on oil imports.
Addressing the high rates of teenage pregnancies, Minister Mateke emphasized the need to strengthen parenting, noting that neglecting parental duties for financial gains compromises children's safety and protection.
On October 19th, 2023, Mathias Mpuuga, the Leader of the Opposition in Parliament led a group of legislators to walk out of plenary demanding a detailed government report on repeated gross human rights abuses meted against supporters and leaders of the National Unity Platform– NUP party.
Prosecution told court that the suspects and others still at large on November 23 2023 entered upon the cattle farm in possession of Rutomol Enoc with intent to intimidate, insult or annoy the farm owner.
Elizabeth Kemigisha, Manager of Advocacy and Policy at The Uganda Association of Women Lawyers-FIDA, speaking at a press conference, emphasized that the struggle is predominantly led by NGOs, which, due to financial constraints, face sustainability challenges.
The program, Women Entrepreneurship for Africa (WE4A), was financed by the Tony Elumelu Foundation, the German Embassy, and the EU, and implemented by the German Development Agency GIZ through Solid Rock Life and Business Services Ltd.
Expressing concern, Nyakahuma pointed out the vulnerability of critical infrastructure, such as the High Voltage power line under construction, which comprises metallic poles and could be at risk of vandalism by those selling to scrap dealers.
In 2022, a severe storm ravaged a classroom block at Barjobi Primary School, rendering classrooms for primary one and two and office spaces unusable. With an enrollment of 1,675 students and a meager 99 sitting desks available, learners from these classes have been forced to study under trees.