Sam Kigula, the Nakasongola district LC V chairperson, explains that the delay in fund utilization stems from confusion regarding whether to use the money for rehabilitation, as suggested by the Ministry of Works, or for routine maintenance, as directed by Parliament.
Nakitto, a resident of Kinoni town council in Lwengo district, told the court that her son, then a senior two student at Lubiri High School, was shot by soldiers in Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) uniforms. She explained that they targeted him at Cornerstone Plaza in Kampala as he tried to escape the chaos in the city.
"The right to a hearing may be excluded if prompt action is required by the administration in the interest of public safety, public health, or public morality, or more broadly in the public interest. The hearing may delay administrative action, defeating the very purpose of taking action in specific situations. The applicant was justifiably suspended indefinitely without a hearing due to the nature of the alleged offense of breaching school rules and regulations,” ruled Justice Ssekaana.
Francis Lochoro, the Lorengecora Town Council LC 3 chairperson, led the team that apprehended Mosing and his associates while selling the stolen cows in Ongerepo village on September 17th. The stolen animals were successfully recovered.
The proposed multipurpose sports complex is expected to have a main indoor arena with a capacity of 15,000 spectators, an eight-lane swimming pool, a multi-purpose standard pitch, a 60-person athlete hostel, accommodation with 120 rooms, a showroom, a shopping center, and a top-tier fitness gym, among other amenities.
Janet Museveni noted that government is yet to afford taking full responsibility for meeting the cost of students’ social welfare in addition to education it undertook under the universal education policy.
The State Minister for Foreign Affairs Henry Okello Oryem says the revelation has exposed the truth about LRA's alleged Western sponsors, even though when the government made it clear in the past, no one cared to listen.
All countries, apart from the US and Papua New Guinea have laws that make it for mandatory for employers to offer minimum paid parental leave, while Uganda and most African countries only limit it to maternity and paternity leave of between 8 and 17 weeks.