The exhibits were initially opposed by Nyanzi’s lawyers, Isaac Ssemakadde and Derrick Bazekuketta on grounds that they were disclosed to them after the completion of the investigations as directed by on November, 9th, 2018.
The Committee Chairperson, Jacob Richards Opolot, the Pallisa County MP noted with concern the poor state of toilets at the university as brought to the attention of the committee by students recently.
Major Telesphor Turyamumanya, the 5th Division Army Spokesperson, confirmed the arrest of the suspects, saying they will appear before the court martial. He says the decision to try the suspects in the court martial was reached following consultations with the CID headquarters.
The five agencies include the United Nations Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), the World Food Program (WFP), International Organization for Migration (IOM), the United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund-(UNICEF) and the United Nations Office for Project Service (UNOPS).
The family of the late Nyamweha have now closed the access route by fencing it inside their plot of land. At the same time, water supply to the area has been cut off and for two weeks now, NWSC staff has failed to get access to the water tank to make repairs.
Preliminary police investigations indicate that the duo ran out luck when they tried to steal a motor cycle from a local pub, which angered revelers. They pounced on the suspects and beat them to death.
The modified license which came into effect last Friday set new investment and performance parameters for Umeme. The regulator slashed operation, distribution and maintenance costs that Umeme had applied for, to guarantee effective and efficient service delivery.
Agnes Ameede, the vice chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on East Africa Community is heading the six member select committee. She told URN that they interested in uncovering evidence of settlement as well as ownership of the area. She says they are looking for evidence such as ancestral graves, graduated tax tickets of those claiming to have occupied the area and land registration certificates amongst others.
Anthony Jabwor, the Kotido Resident State Attorney says that many people in Kotido don’t register complaints with the police or through the formal justice system but opt for the traditional justice system.
The MPs who are in Western Uganda to follow up government projects and those that are yet to be fulfilled made an impromptu visit to the hospital, where over 700 million shillings was spent on renovation two years ago.