Ronald Dungu, the Principle Education Officer in the Ministry of Education and Sports explained that the names being rejected are either those already on the government payroll or those who received the COVID-19 funds last year.
Hon. Justice Gaswaga noted the remorsefulness of the convicts and their promise to become better people. However, he sentenced the man and the woman to 14 and 8 years respectively, as theirs are serious offenses that were committed on children.
Brian Kalinaki, the Assistant DPP asked court to give the convict a deterrent sentence to act as a lesson to the general public who would want to commit a similar offense, adding that court should not consider his plea of having responsibilities at home because he is not responsible.
According to Kabuleta, the delayed compensation of war victims in Lango and privatization of state enterprises are some of the weapons the NRM government is using to marginalize the people in the region.
Last month, a section of MPs from Lango split from LPG to form a splinter caucus after their chairperson Judith ALyek also the Kole District Woman MP and other members attended a meeting by President Museveni to discuss the status of Lira- Kamdini road.
The Ministry of Health last year listed teachers among high priority categories of people to be vaccinated and this was also set as a condition for the reopening of schools, which remained closed for more than 22 months as the country battled the COVID-19 pandemic.