Over 50 UPDF officers who were deployed to carry out a cleaning exercise in Oli Health Center Four and the streets in the area today were forced to abandon the exercise due to too much garbage, water scarcity and people failing to give way on Iddi Amin Dada and Lemerijoa roads.
In a notice, Dfcu publishes 16 branches it has vacated, including the main branch at Kampala road. Others include Hoima branch, Arua branch, Ibanda branch, Ntinda, Mbrara, and Kikuubo, and Kireka branches. In total, the bank took over 48 properties from Crane bank.
The Nkumba University Guild Constitution stipulates that for a Guild President's impeachment to be successful, the students’ electorate must vote the guild president out of office. This means that the university must have organised a fresh general election for a new guild president, in case one is impeached two months before his/her tenure ends.
According to the report, these figures do not tell the whole story. Across the continent, the poor are not seeing enough of the benefits of robust growth. Relatively few African countries posted significant declines in extreme poverty and inequality, which remain higher than in other regions of the world.
Sentenced to death for murder, Okurmur is one of the candidates who sat for the Uganda Certificate of Education Examinations last year. He scored 56 aggregates, and was ranked in Division Four, a result which he says gives him satisfaction and pride.
Justice Musa Sekaana of the Civil Division of High Court made the directive in presence of Hudson Musoke, the university lawyer and advocate Anthony Wameli appearing with his client Professor Anthony Mugisha appearing before court today his Chambers.
Despite writing with his feet, Kakama scored 16 aggregates in the recently released Primary Leaving Examinations-PLE. He obtained 4 in English, 5 in Mathematics, 3 in Social Studies and 4 in Science. He is among 51 candidates who passed in second grade out of the 1,128 special needs pupils who sat PLE last year.
Satya Masuti, the Kaptanya Sub County Community Development Officer, says child labor is more prominent in the lower belt of Kapchorwa and some parts of Hween where children are involved in burning charcoal. He attributes the problem high poverty level.