Andrew Nyumba, the acting permanent secretary for the Ministry of Lands says this is part of government efforts to rectify and regularise the land ownership to stop the mischief of having dual ownership of land that was created by the colonial government.
Ategeka Mugarama, the Bunyangabu District LC V chairperson, says that since the start of the road construction works two years ago, more than 49 people have lost their lives as a result of shoddy work on the bigger part of the road.
Francis Tumuhimbise, the District Secretary for Finance, Planning, and Administration, says the people in the district are struggling to access specialized health care from neighboring districts of Kasese, Mbarara, and Fort Portal City due to costs of transport.
John Manume, the Bunyangabu District LC V Vice-chairperson, says that the government should prioritize roads, arguing that it’s a top factor in realizing any development. He also decried the late remittance of funds to the district accounts, which has contributed to the poor road condition in the district.
According to Sseninde, whereas the general has the freedom of expression and speech he must be conscious not to make comments that may destabilize the general political environment of the country and her neighbors.
On Friday, about 200 NRM party members assembled at Kibito Secondary School for their delegate's conference where the district party chairperson, Robert Musinguzi requested them to endorse Museveni as their candidate for the 2026 election. However, most of the members shunned the invitation questioning why the party was rushing to pick president Museveni who was yet to fully deliver on his current term.
Prosecution told the court that in year 2019, Mugenyi forged a posting instruction dated August 29th, 2019, purporting that the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Education and Sports had deployed him to Mpanga Secondary School, Kabarole to teach Geography/History.
Robert Tumusiime the Kibiito Central Cell LC II Chairperson said on Saturday that the deceased had injuries on the forehead and suspects he could have been hit by assailants before his body was dumped in the area.
Arnold Kasoro, a resident of Kangoma cell in Kibiito town council told the Uganda Radio Network that a number of tourists from all over the world used to visit the Tomb of the late King Kaboyo I, who was buried in Kangoma village.
The school deputy headteacher, Betty Tumuhamye says that they have closed some of the dilapidated classrooms because they can longer accommodate pupils. She says that the remaining classrooms also need urgent rehabilitation and additional furniture for both the learners and the eight staff members.
The school deputy headteacher in charge of academics, Peter Ndagiire, reasons that the current economic crisis coupled with a poor harvesting season has forced many parents to withdraw their children from private schools because they could not afford school fees and other mandatory requirements.
Francis Kwehayo, the director of St. Francis Secondary in Rughedabara Town Council, says that it has been hard for private education institutions to mobilise funds from parents who are also struggling to live amidst the rising costs of living.