Kyambogo University Vice Chancellor Prof. Eli Katunguka told parents and Graduands that they were going home with their certificates and transcripts as Kyambogo started a three-day graduation ceremony today. This is the first time in the history of the university that students are given transcripts on graduation day.
Addressing MPs on Wednesday, Mutebile said that they had discussed the matter and taken note of issues raised concerning conflict of interest of service providers. He said that they are to review policy on conflict of policy and take steps to upgrade their performance.
Preliminary findings indicate that the suspects are behind the murder of a bodaboda rider identified as Wallace Makumbi who was attacked and stabbed to death on November 30, 2018, in Bweyogerere. The attackers took Makumbis motorcycle a Bajaj Boxer registration number UEN 922L.
The deceased has been identified as Victor Twinomujuni, a resident of Rwarubaya cell in Rubanda district. According to the Muko Sub County chairperson Herbert Byaruhanga, the deceased was buried by heavy soils that caved in as he was mining.
Jackson Angella Nawot, an elder and vice chairperson of Moroto District Mineral Watch Platform says the speculators have stood in the way for better bargaining power for the local community in the region.
Lawyer Ramathan Waiswa told court that he was attending to his sick mother in hospital and could not concentrate on the matters before the court, dealing a blow to the case which also flopped last week, due to the absence of equipment to enable the court to listen to some of the songs and messages that allegedly offended the legislator.
The Presidential Affairs Committee of Parliament had wanted the government to find alternative land to resettle the landslide survivors citing unresolved ownership disputes in Bunambutye Sub County Bulambuli district, where the Office of the Prime Minister had acquired up to 2,868 acres of land at a cost of 8 billion Shillings.
In a motion tabled on Wednesday, Masaka Municipality MP Mathias Mpuuga demanded that the government expedites investigations into the conduct of all people involved in the illegal eviction. Mpuuga said that despite the illegal eviction, the government has not aided the victims in their plight.
The Head Teacher of Makerere University Primary School Hellen Amolo welcomed the renovations saying that once renovated, the learning conditions of pupils will gradually improve. She said that the school serves children from a humble background in the neighboring slums, adding that its current state demotivates them
Hussein Kato, the Secretary for Luweero district explains that before the policy, the district, through the licensing act used to collect administrative and license fees from companies engaged in stone quarrying and sand mining. But he hastens to add that the change in policy now places the products under the mining act with the direct control of the Commissioner of Mineral Development.
In his remarks, Museveni said as long as he alive, he will be present to fight for prosperity of Ugandans and strategic security of Africa. These, he said are the reasons why he joined politics, why he continues to be in politics and why he will stay in politics as long as he has the energy.
John Munguriek, one of the affected fishermen told Uganda Radio Network on Wednesday that the attack has left him with nothing. He says the Congolese attackers took his boat engine valued at Shillings 3 million.
The committee on Commissions Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises COSASE has summoned auditors of Price Water Coopers PWC to explain how they came up with the Shillings 239 billion under capitalization of Crane Bank Limited.
During an impromptu visit to the facility by the Kabarole Deputy Resident District Commissioner RDC, Festus Bandeba, it was discovered from the records that the facility is always closed during weekends and during weekdays.
Construction stalled shortly after the land was acquired after member organizations disagreed on its bill of quantity in 2016. He says the disagreement took a heavy toll on the Forum splintering its membership from 175 to just 79.
UPC President Jimmy Akena, who is chairing the summit, said it is an opportunity to start the process of serious dialogue. He said even if he had been invited for tea or photo oops without serious agenda, he would come.