There are three taxi roadside stages now in Nebbi. One is stationed at Arua stage along the Nebbi-Arua road, the Pakwach stage along the Nebbi-Kampala Road and the third one along Nebbi-Paidha Road. But the association has written to the Municipal authorities to demolish all three and compel drivers to return to the park.
The draft outlines 18 action points for promotion and protection of Human Rights. It will be taken to the Assembly of Heads of States of the African Union for endorsement and subsequent enactment of implementation protocols.
In an October 28 letter to the used car dealers association chairman Syan Sajjad Pervaiz, URA Commissioner for Customs Dickson Kateshumbwa said bonds that stay with the cars will not be licensed to operate next year.
The university has been the theatre of violence and the use of excessive force by law enforcement agencies, as students challenged a 15 per cent cumulative increment on tuition and functional fees. The increment, which started this academic year, will affect all first-year students, for the next five years.
Early this year, the Equal Opportunities Commission decided that the rights of the Banyabindi were abused in many ways after they were pushed out of their land for the establishment of Queen Elizabeth National Parks.
Herbert Mwikirize a resident of Mwerasandu who has been mining tin for the 10 years says that the decision to slap a ban on exportation of minerals has pushed some of the miners to deal with smugglers.
The order, which became public on Wednesday issued by commissioner domestic taxes Henry Saka, had raised dust among entities with some saying the threshold was small. Also that requiring tax certificate means an extra layer of bureaucracy.
AMONG those attacked or injured as security agencies responded to the protests at Makerere University on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 were journalists from NBS Television, the Nation Media Group – Uganda, the Uganda Radio Network, whereas security agencies had earlier been reported to have restricted access and intimidated journalists from BBC, Bukedde TV and BBS.
Benson Turamye, the executive director of Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets authority (PPDA), said on Thursday that the system, which was expected to start running on 1st August, 2019, has only achieved 67% in terms of development.