Through their lawyer, Robert Bautu and Simon Oboth of Akedia company advocates the suspects want to be released on bail citing various reasons including deteriorating health. Justice Ajiji deferred the date to hear the bail application to January, 15th, 2019 to pave way for consultation with higher judicial authorities since the matter is of public interest.
Professor Edward Rugumayo, the Chairperson of the Tooro Elders Forum says that major topics have been selected to be discussed during the two-day event. They are Education, Agriculture, leadership and governance, care for elderly persons in the community and presentation of a report about Tooro Entrepreneurship Symposium which was held last month.
As she received numerous reports from Musisi, Kampala Minister Betty Kamya revealed that Museveni has not responded to Musisis resignation which was handed to him on October 15. Kamya said she is waiting for the directive from the president on what happens next at city hall.
The crops are coffee, cocoa, tea, horticulture, spices, avocado and peas. In the case of Uganda, coffee and cocoa have been selected because of the countrys comparative advantages in the two cops. Coffee is Ugandas biggest crop export.
The order followed an operation that established that the two companies had been operating without licenses. The operation conducted by officials from the National Gaming Board and police discovered that the two were operating without licenses contrary to section 26 and 27 of the Lotteries and Gaming Act of 2016.
The groups composed of the young and elderly then marched to Kaunda grounds with melodies of various cultural instruments in the air. They happily danced to the rhythms and sounds of small and big drums to rejuvenate the lost pride of the Acholi people.
Musisi submitted her resignation notice to President Yoweri Museveni on October 15, indicating that she will step down on December 15, 2018. In the letter, Musisi highlighted a number of challenges in the management of Kampala, that could h have triggered her premature departure from the authority.
The clinics which are operated by plant doctors help to identify the causes of plant health problems and find solutions. Farmers take samples of their diseased crops to the plant doctors who are specially trained to diagnose crop diseases and offer advice to farmers on the best way to treat them.