Kwoyelo is currently fighting for his rights to liberty against the government of Uganda, arguing that he is being held illegally after the constitutional court ordered his release. But the Gambian-based continental body has indicated that it will decide on Kwoyeloâ€™s complaint of illegal detention by the Ugandan government at its next extra ordinary sitting next month.
Nwoya district has severed the agreement they reached with Uganda Wildlife Authority over Murchison Falls National Park. The decision stems from an alleged disappearance of two residents of Koch-goma Sub-county who went missing from the park two months ago.
People affected by the construction of the oil refinery in Hoima district say they are still uncertain of the future as they prepare to leave their homes for the unknown. The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development has set aside five billion shillings to compensate over 8,000 to be displaced by the construction of the oil refinery in Hoima district.