Dozens of refugees have reportedly left Bidi-Bidi camp in Yumbe district for South Sudan, following the revival of the peace process between the SPLA -IO and SPLM under President Salva Kiir, and the swearing-in of Riek Machar as the country’s first Vice President.
Addressing a press conference on Friday at the UGANET offices in Ntinda, ahead of the International Women’s Day celebrations, the activists say that despite efforts world over to recognize girls and women’s rights, their potential and self-determination continues to be affected.
Speaking at the graduation of 370 professional accountants on Friday in Kampala, Nkajja said some companies were not willing to offer places for practical experience to young people yet many of them have their finance departments understaffed.
A group of over 100 civilians armed with machetes, hoes, bows and arrows on Thursday night stormed Oduk UPDF detach located one kilometre away from Zombo town council offices and set ablaze four grass-thatched houses at the detach.
The tractor has since gone missing from the district yard raising concerns from a section of the councillors. It was donated to the district under Local Economic Development, LED to help the farmers engage in commercial farming by opening big farms for economic benefit.
The 2020 report presented at Sheraton hotel on Thursday evening before a select club of Kampala’s high net worth individuals – mostly propertied fellows – raised eyebrows with a feeling in the room that that number should have been a little higher.
The new law now requires political parties and organisations and their leaders, officials, members, candidates, agent or representatives to comply with the prescribed code of conduct during elections.
It will also regulate their campaign activities and relationship with the Electoral Commission, election observers, the media and Uganda Police Force.