The warning was issued today by 40 International Non-Governmental Organizations operating in Uganda, ahead of the Global Refugee Forum due to take place in Geneva this week. They say that the international community is failing in its commitment to share responsibility for responding to one of the world's biggest refugee crises.
The officers, at a rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASPs), trained in different science fields and were appointed as science cadres by the Public Service Ministry. At the time of their appointment, in August 2015, the officers were receiving a gross pay of 1.08 million Shillings.
With up to 100 armed groups believed to operate in the vast forested region of eastern DRC bordering Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi, attacks on Ebola-hit communities have sparked a the humanitarian crisis and threatened aid distribution, amid serious civil unrest.
Engineer Vincent Kedi, an engineer in the Directorate of Geological surveys and Mines, says that at some sites, the landlords gave Mustafa surface rights for 50 years and therefore, they were outsmarted by the investor.