The Ministry of confirmed this evening that the investigation surrounding Mugumya and four other Ugandans was still ongoing and formal charges have not yet been preferred. The confirmation was made by Uganda's envoy to DR Congo Maj (Rtd) James William Kinobe after a visit to Ndolo Military Prison in the outskirts of Kinshasa, where the suspects are being held.
Earlier today; the City Hall Court was set to hear out the brief facts by the prosecution of how the maid tortured baby Arnella Kamanzi and thereafter pass an appropriate sentence. Instead state prosecutor Miriam Njukyi, told court that her file has since been transferred to Buganda Road Court.
Buganda Road Court Chief Magistrate Lillian Bucyana released Anwali Baguma on a cash bail of Ugx 2 million while his three sureties were each bonded at Ugx 5million not cash. He had spent three weeks on remand.
Adnan Z. Amin, the Director-General of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) told a media dialogue at the UN Climate Change Conference in Lima, Peru that renewable energy technology costs have in the past six years been declining at the time when fossil fuel extraction costs rise.
The CCECC Manager Bai Yang told the select Committee probing the awarding of a contract for the Standard Gauge Railway that they were invited to the Country to construct the railway by President Yoweri Museveni.
Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has demanded for the creation of an independent Ministry to handle issues of Science and Technology. She said that Science and Technology is a complex sector which needs to be detached from other ministries in which it is embedded.
First Deputy Premier Henry Muganwa Kajura has this Wednesday publicly taken sides in the Hoima land conflict and tasked security to explain why only Banyoro were arrested after the Rwengabi land clashes last Wednesday. Kajura who is also Hoima Municipality Member of Parliament was addressing a stakeholders meeting he convened to seek a solution to the land problem.
The 6200 paged report has been heavily redacted and classified leaving only 7% of it (480 pages) for public consumption. In the report, it is alleged by the committee that the US ran a string of torture chambers in EastAfrica from where they used to extract information, one such chamber was located in Uganda.
Currently Lira municipality has an estimated population of about 150,000 which is said to be far below te required 500,000 for a city status.
Under this initiative, some sub counties bordering the municipality shall be in cooperated to be part of town
However, a few teachers have shown innovations in attempting to improve quality of performance among both the pupils and teachers, both in primary and secondary schools, though only with support of individual schools.
A driver attached to Reynolds Construction Company contracted to work on the Mbarara-Kabale â€"Katuna road has been arrested alongside two other suspects in connection with theft of fuel. Moses Kamuhangyire (35) a driver and resident of Kagarama Ntungamo district.
Prosecutions alleges that on the October 22, 2001 at Housing Finance bank in Kampala, the magistrate who was once at Buganda Road Court stole over Ugx 32 million, the property of Capt. Charles Karemera.
Coach Bernice Ankunda told URN they had a lot of turnovers against Oilers allowing them many offensive rebounds in their previous games. But, they are determined to turn around the table tonight and are not going to allow Oilers create a counter-attack and score.
Speaking during the launch of the Alur Community Association cultural gala in Arua on Sunday Alur Kingdom Prime Minister, Dr Edwin Wathum, said there was need for parents to instill discipline and educate the children who could observe the traditional cultural norms to make a better society.
The discovered falls are tributaries flowing into the powerful Nyamugasani River that runs from the Rwenzori Mountains through Kyalhumba, Kyondo and Kisinga sub-counties to Lake Edward. They flow over rocks that present themselves like a silver lining to form a misty situation down the valley when viewed from a distance.
The injured included the Bus driver, Rambekyi Bwana who has been rushed to Rwanda for treatment. The others; Patricia Kyomugisha a bus passenger, Dan, the trailer driver and another unidentified male adult Passenger are now receiving treatment at Kabale regional referral hospital's surgical ward.
The Public Affairs Officer USAID, Dan Travis told URN that USAID is closing its Northern Uganda Field Office (NUFO) in Gulu after a careful review of its cost-effectiveness as a management unit relative to running the northern Uganda programs from Kampala.