In 2016, the Ugandan government, the Bank of Uganda, the World Bank and the IMF, among others, all projected that Ugandas economy would grow between five and 5.5 percent, only to bring it down to 4.5 percent.
The BoU Executive Director for Policy and Research, Dr Adam Mugume, says although private sector credit at one point in 2016 dropped to negative two percent, it has since rebound to 6.4 percent with their prediction that it will hit the eight percent mark by end of fiscal year 2016/17.
UWA Executive Director, Dr. Andrew Seguya told the Justice Catherine Bamugemereire Commission of Inquiry into Land matters that Uganda is in the midst of sophisticated poachers targeting elephants and other wildlife.
Allen Kagina, the executive director of Uganda National Roads Authority-UNRA says that the road agency cannot beat the planned completion date due to unresolved land issues. Physical completion works for the road is currently rated at 75 percent progress.
According to Rugunda, both government and media should be fighting for a better secure and prosperous Uganda such as shared desires. He underscored the importance of divergent healthy opinions between the two institutions.
John Richard Opio, the Katakwi District RNM party chairperson, says the Angisa land feud is long overdue. He says the feud is a great obstacle to NRM party candidates in the area and wants the matter resolved as soon as possible.
Delivering the preliminary statement at the Ministry of Finance headquarters in Kampala, the head of the review mission, Axel Schimmelpfennid, said the country is in a state of very slow growth, translating into zero per capita for this financial year.
Richard Masereje, the president of the Institute of Surveyors of Uganda told the Commission that the cost of surveying could be much lower if corruption at the District and National Surveys departments was eliminated.
Without substantiating his claim, Musoke said he has realized that Museveni influences every institution including the judiciary despite the fact it pretends to be independent. Musoke contends that he ably proved to court beyond reasonable doubt that the elections were fraudulent and the mischief of Electoral Commission, and wonders why courts of law couldnt declare him winner.
A group of councilors led by their LC III Chairman, Bernard Adoko state that without their consent, the two reportedly wrote a letter to the Ministry of Local Government indicating that the council had resolved that a town council status be granted to Awiodyek, a new Sub County scheduled to start operations this July.
The 97-year-old veteran politician will be remembered as a principled politician who stood his ground in the early 1960s when almost all Democratic Party DP Members of Parliament crossed the floor and joined the ruling Uganda Peoples Congress UPC.
Therefore, the use of torture is unnecessary and wrong and must not be used again if it was being used as I see some groups claiming in the media. Of course, the criminals are most annoying by using the cowardly but shallow methods of the boda bodas, taking advantage of the large number of vehicles and people in order to commit crime and hide. That, however, should not make us panic and go back to the defective traditional methods of okutatsya.
Peruth Atuhaire, a paralegal officer with Foundation for Human Rights Initiative in Bushenyi, says the absence of a remand home in the area is a serious challenge as the minor offenders are rejected by Prison authorities.
Museveni further argues that confessions by criminals are not necessary in investigations. He says that even if the suspects do not admit their guilt, criminals can get convicted if the investigators do their work well through finger-prints, photographs, DNA tests, eye-witnesses accounts and the use of other scientific methods.
The teams are conducting extensive investigation and risk assessment in order to provide additional support to the community. The task includes epidemiological surveillance, contact tracing, case management, and community engagement.
The suspects are Medard Suubi Turyatemba, the Nyamirama Sub county Gombolola Internal Security Officer-GISO, Deus Niwagaba, Joab Twesigye and Evelyn Nasiima, all residents of Nyamirama Sub County in Kanungu district.