All the refugee households have established small gardens in which they have planted and maintained maize and other crops like beans, sweet potatoes, vegetables and bananas. The area is now covered in lush green gardens of the various crops, creating an agricultural scene not seen in most parts of Uganda.
The file which was sent this afternoon prefers charges of kidnap, murder, accomplice to murder and accessory after the fact to twelve suspects, three of whom are still on the run and one is a woman identified as Hajarah Nakandi.
The Society President, Simon Peter Kinobe, says the Advocates Act of 2002 instead gives the Law Council supervisory power and control of professional legal education in Uganda. Kinobe says the Law Council has a committee on Legal Education and Training that is charged with the mandate of professional legal education.
David Bainomugisha, the Bushenyi district production officer says that the deliverly is un timely and distributing the cuttings to farmers is a wastage of time.. The cuttings in question were reportedly delivered by one Nakalema Dorothy on behalf of the Operation wealth creation.
Benjamin Makanga, the Nakaseke District Works and Technical Service Secretary, says each Sub County and town council in the district received between Shillings 6-16 million from Uganda Road Fund for road maintenance in the 2017/2018 financial year.
The ruling stems from a complaint to the council by Nakazibwe in June 2016. In her complaint, Nakazibwe accused Richard Tusiime, the then editor of Hello Newspaper and Pepper Publications limited for publishing 38 articles between December 2015 and June 2016 that caused her torture, inhumane and degrading treatment, stress and anguish.
According to the Kigezi Province Drum Team Chairman, Switzen Niwagaba, the trio has been sacked by clubs management after failing to impress in the ongoing Federation of Uganda Football Association-FUFA the Drum tournament.