Speaking to the Club’s media after getting the new role, Sekagya said he has already been preparing his team as the interim coach and his promotion will give him a platform to showcase what he has been doing behind the scenes.
The first recipient was former Libyan President Col Muammar Quaddaffi who received the award on April 6, 2004, in honour of his contribution to the NRA-led Bush war. The same award was also awarded to former Tanzanian President Mwalimu Julius Nyerere in 2007 in recognition of his assistance in liberating Africa from colonialism and Uganda, from Idi Amin's rule.
Nakaseke Chief Administrative Officer, Sarah Nakalungi says that the headteachers were serving as caretakers for schools but when the district asked for their papers for confirmation as substantive headteachers, they presented forged academic papers.
Mbalule notes that there is an urgent need to refurbish the school, so as to reclaim its’ former glory exhibited in the post-colonial times and the early 1980s to2000s when they attracted students from different parts of the country.
“All fees and charges by any public education and training institution should be remitted to the consolidated fund and never should there be spending at source without an approved budget,” the NPA proposal on Uganda’s education reforms reads.
The direction signage was allegedly removed by the community in protest of the street allegedly being named after Gen. Kainerugaba without following the procedures and lacked Sebei community leaders’ consultations.
The directive follows public outcry about the driver of a government vehicle registration UG-0915Z which reportedly damaged a child's suitcase at Buddo Secondary School over the weekend. One of the parents who witnessed the incident used social media to appeal for help to the student, and mounted a search for the driver.
They argue that the "directive" stopping schools from increasing fees does not put into context the fact that there are schools already charging high amounts of fees against those, especially in the rural areas where parents are paying very little fees.
This comes after Dr Suruma, who, according to President Yoweri Museveni, was opposed to the privatization of state banks in the 1990s', learnt that a group of university student leaders had teamed up to demand the creation of a cooperative bank.
According to the draft property valuation roll, a total of 7,230 properties have been assessed in the city to be taxed in the next five years. Of these 4,048 properties assessed are from Ayivu division; the remaining 3, 182 are from Arua central division.