Bugweri County MP Abdul Katuntu says that the his committee has picked interest in the matter. He added that the committee is going to review the golden jubilee celebrations in totality concentrating on the procurement contracts and documents.
The force has a total of 48,000 officers and troops deployed in the various directorates and units. Each officer has a file in Human Resource Administration which has details of the academic qualifications and career courses as well work experience. A source within the Police top management however told URN that the files usually catch dust in the store room and are never used during promotion or deployment processes.
Makerere University has finally demolished the illegal kiosks that have been serving cheap food to students. The demolition was done last week on the orders of the Universitys outgoing vice chancellor, Prof. John Ddumba-Ssentamu. This came just a day to the reopening of the new semester on Saturday.
The Forum for Democratic Change FDC Secretary General, Nathan Nandala Mafabi, says he will thwart any attempts to skew party presidential elections in favour of any of the candidates in the race. FDC president Mugisha Muntu, who defeated Nandala in the 2012 elections, is the race to retain the top seat of Ugandas biggest opposition party. He faces competition from four other candidates who include former Kumi County Member of Parliament Patrick Oboi Amuriat.
The projections are included in the 2017 World Population Data Sheet from the Population Reference Bureau PRB. The bureau informs people around the world about population, health, and the environment, and empowers them to use that information to advance the well-being of current and future generations.
The visitation committee investigating causes of strikes at Makerere University is to release its final report in a weeks time, Dr. Abel Rwendeire, the committee chairperson has said. The Rwendeire Committee commenced its work in November last year following the closure of the university at the height of strikes by staff and students. The staff laid down tools over unpaid incentives while students protested lecturers boycott of lectures.
The beneficiaries include Kisubi Brothers University College 912 million, Bishop Stuart University 380 million, Kumi University 300 million, Nkumba University 300 million, Mountains of the Moon University 150 million and Ndejje University 150 million.