Mathias Mpuuga, the Masaka Municipality Member of Parliament is the latest opposition legislator to return the money. Mpuuga returned the money to the finance office in parliament on Thursday afternoon.
Col Patrick Mwesigye, the Commission the National Secretariat for Patriotic Corps, says the annual training was initiated by the respective College principal with the aim of imparting a sense of national consciousness in the upcoming workforce.
Joel Tubanone, the Lira DPC denies assaulting the MPs, saying he only acted within the law. Tubanone says police held meetings with the MPs and advised them against holding joint consultations as directed by their superiors.
Bosco Busulwa, a parent at Magoma Orthodox primary school, says pupils have been studying under fear because of the dilapidated structures. He says the donation to the school will help to restore faith among parents and promote education standards in the area.
Kabanda, who is already consulting her electorate, says she decided to spend the money on buying 50 plastic chairs for each village in the district since it came from national coffers and not the National Resistance Movement-NRM party treasury.
Robert Mbabazi, another parent accuses the administration of failing to stop alcoholism in the school. He also wonders why the school administration has failed to account for the money contributed by parents for the school pick-up.
According to the Vice President of Iran Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Masoud Khansari, Uganda being a member of both the East African Community and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, offers a great entry point into the regional market with a combined population of over 600 million.