On Sunday, Bishop Ssebaggala visited Trinity Church of Uganda Katikamu in Wobulenzi town council to preside over a confirmation service. However, as he and other church leaders were preparing for the service, a group of ‘hooligans” arrived in a minibus, commonly known as a "drone," and attacked the church.
Professor Makara, known for his contributions to the 1994 Constituent Assembly with research content on governance, made this call during his inaugural professorial lecture at Kabale University. He recently joined Kabale University from Makerere University.
Mao further says that as their counterparts are materializing on the electoral processes, while DP is participating in negotiations, in which if their voices are well heard, will culminate into sustainable power change for the benefit of all Ugandans.
When old-timers and newcomers gather to celebrate the 100th birthday, old-timers will reflect on and remember the good Kigezi High School days and its culture that they, like historians, are trying to preserve for coming generations to enjoy.
The bank says Uganda needs 3-4 billion dollars for climate finance in the next ten years but that money is not flowing as expected. It says the private sector has contributed only 26 million dollars or 3.4%.
Benjamin Njia, the Vice President of Technical at the Uganda Athletics Federation, expressed confidence in the selected team based on their previous international race performances. He mentioned that during their preparations, the team showed great potential and capability to defend the nation in this anticipated event.
Speaking during a meeting to release the recommendations on the implementation of Executive Order Number 3 on Saturday, Tino noted that the claimants, especially in Omoro are tired of waiting for the compensation money, and worried that many might die before receiving the compensation
While addressing mourners at the reburial of Brig. Gen Pierino Okoya in Gulu District on Friday, Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo commended the president for owning up to the mistakes made during his regime.
It follows a ban on Facebook imposed by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni in January 2021, after the social media giant deleted accounts operated by government officials on grounds of seeking to manipulate public debate prior to general polls.
The President said the politics of identity, religion, and tribes led to the killings of many innocent people in the country in the past which were uncalled for at the time if the leaders focused on uniting the country.
The newly established council comprises 20 members, led by private sector organizations from both countries, with significant contributions from their respective Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs). The council has already commenced its work.
This is the second time the president has adjusted the deadline to evict the pastoralists. On May 19th, 2023 Museveni issued Executive Order Number 3 of 2023 banning cattle keeping in northern Uganda by June 30th, saying some of the pastoralists were disrespectful and leaving their animals to graze in people’s gardens, hence causing food insecurity.