Police in Kabale on Thursday dispersed a group people believed to be National Bank of Commerce (NBC) customers, who started thronging the bank offices demanding for their savings. This was just hours after Bank of Uganda announced the closure of NBC and suspension of its management.
The Masaka Municipality Town Clerk Johnson Baryatuma Munono has rejected a petition by the Mayor Godfrey Kayemba Afayo seeking an investigation into the alleged sale of the Mayorâ€™s Gardens. The gardens are located on Edward Avenue, plot 11-15.
The agreements centre on nine key areas, including a demilitarised buffer zone and oil production. The two sides, however, made no progress on the disputed Abyei region, which is claimed by both countries, as well as oil-rich Heglig over which they clashed in April this year.
Until 7:00am entry into the park was restricted to the Police, the KCCA enforcement team and Sterling Civil Construction workers who have been contracted by KCCA to redevelop it. At 7:30, a trickle of vendors were gradually allowed to enter the park and retrieve their property and goods from the restricted area.
The headmaster of Boro primary school in Nebbi district faces investigations for allegedly conniving with the school management committee chairperson to open two separate bank accounts for the Universal Primary Education (UPE) school.
A group of 50 Muslims stormed the Bugiri Resident District Commissioner\'s (RDC) office on September 25 demanding an explanation for the unsolved murders of two area Muslim leaders, Sheiks Yunusu Mudanga and Abdu Jowali Sentuga
Some districts in West Nile are once again in darkness after the turbines at the newly commissioned Nyagak power dam went off. The 3.5 megawatt dam located in Zombo district was commissioned by President Yoweri Museveni on September 14.
Gunfire and tear gas filled the air in Nkoma in Mbale Municipality this Thursday morning as anti-riot Police clashed with traders who were protesting their eviction from Nkoma market. The traders were protesting the demolition of Nkoma market by Mbale Municipality law enforcement officers.
Godfrey Magezi, a close relative to Omukama Solomon Gafabusa Iguru last week filed an application in the High Court in Kampala, complaining that he had been denied access to the kingdom assets and financial records.
Just hours after demolishing property in Centenary Park, Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) officials say it is the Authority, not the tenants, who should be compensated. Part of the building structures at Centenary Park lie in ruin after KCCA implemented an earlier plan to demolish them on Thursday morning.
Police has cordoned off the New Taxi Park in downtown Kampala to pave way for reconstruction. The park was sealed off to taxis and the public at 4am in an operation led by Kampala North Police Operations Commander Sam Omalla.