A section of NRM members from Lwabenge sub county have put up stiff resistance during the distribution of bicycles in that area, arguing that some village chairpersons are completely inactive with no relevance to mobilization.
On July 3, the district leadership relocated their administration offices to occupy the half-complete structure. But there are already visible cracks emerging from the building’s foundation through the walls of the ground floor which is being occupied by the different department offices.
In his April 15th, 2020 circular, Keith Muhakanizi, the Secretary to the Treasury, says the local governments have failed to submit their budget draft estimates, work plans and performance contracts for the 2020/2021 financial year.
Simon Peter Kalule one of the residents blames Nsubuga of concurrently holding positions as the Village and Parish council chairperson which affects his ability to deliver in either of the two offices. He adds that Nsubuga, who also the Parish National Resistance Movement-NRM party chairperson has been suffocating all voices that complain about his leadership style.
The city is required to have a population of at least 300,000 people and a land size of 100 square kilometres. While Jude Mbabali, the president of greater Masaka district leaders had relied on the proposed annexure, leaders from the neighbouring districts opposed the move saying they were not involved in the process.
Brigadier Kyazze and Ssenkungo are among close to 8,000 people occupying 5 square miles of land covering 12 villages in Bukulula Sub County in Kalungu district. They are under threat of eviction by their landlords who accuses them of failing to meet their tenancy obligations.
The affected Villages are; Kalangala, Mukoko cell A, Mukoko South, Mukoko North, Kyamugombwa, Kisanje west, Kisanje East, Bulingo, Kasaka, Lutengo among others.
Hundreds of mourners gathered in Kanyogoga village in Kyamulibwa sub county to send off a man who epitomised humility, transparency, and courage in a career that spanned more than 50 years. Uganda Radio Network brings you the pictorial of the event.
Police in Kalungu district have recovered three National Resistance Movement NRM voters registers that were reportedly stolen from the party office. The three missing NRM registers have been recovered from Daniel Sejjobas home at Kiwesa village