Appearing before the Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters on Wednesday Kasasa says that in 1996, a military detach was set up on his land in Mutungo. He says that he ignored their presence hoping that they would vacate.
Mukono Municipality MP Betty Nambooze says they have received reports that members of the ruling party are scheming for a constitutional amendment suggesting that the president should be elected through the Electoral College as opposed to the Adult Suffrage system which has been used over the years.
Three weeks ago, some 400 people were forcefully removed from the land by a team led by police and Soldiers from the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces to pave way for the projects. However, a section of leaders from Lango sub region petitioned the president to halt the eviction.
Kassanda North MP Patrick Nsamba was granted leave of parliament on February 23, 2017, to introduce a Bill seeking to promote Ugandan goods, services and industrialists. The objective of the Bill is to guarantee priority and exclusive use of locally manufactured goods and services in all projects where the government is a party.
The two year project, launched in Masaka on Wednesday, aims at improving the livelihoods of fishing communities, especially women and youths. It will benefit at least 25 groups of 20-25 people in three districts of Masaka, Kalungu and Kalangala.
Irene Cheluk, one of the beneficiaries of FAL in Alakas Village, Amudat Sub County says the program has helped her to differentiate immunization cards of her children from other documents in the house.
The suspects who were meant to reappear before the Lira resident High Judge, Justice Alex Mckay Ajiiji on Tuesday for hearing of their bail application never turned up following the decision of the Principal Judge, Yorokamu to shift the trial.
The suspects identified as Amin Ssemanda and Julius Kabonge were arrested from Sentema Road in Rubaga Division with a vehicle containing 47 rolls of electric cables. They were intercepted by the police patrol after ignoring traffic police signals in Old Kampala, prompting a Patrol chase.
Once approved, the bill will provide for the creation and perfection of security interest, rules for determining priority of claims among competing claimants and registration of security interest in movable property by notices and others.
Norah Fathum, the Principal Health Inspector Arua Municipality, says the problem of hygiene in Ozua cells and others in River Oli division is hard to eliminate since their unhealthy lifestyle is embedded in the minds of the communities.
The cattle market facility is expected to contain among others; offices for local government personnel, revenue collectors, veterinary doctors and other assorted services for the cattle sellers including paddocks for systematic trade.
John Tumusiime, the Hoima District Commercial Officer told Uganda Radio Network on Tuesday that the three companies had financial challenges and were not able to pay farmers. He says the government has given them up to the end of January 2019 to have fully paid the farmers or else their licensees be revoked. He says unless they clear the farmers, they will not be allowed to operate in the district.
Turyahabwa, who was driving a Toyota Ipsum registration number UAL 268P, allegedly knocked and injured a 54-year-old woman, Regina Bingana, a resident of Rwankuba village in Kabale District. The incident occurred on May 5, 2017, along Kabanyonyi-Kafunjo road.
The policy approved after more than two years of consultations seeks to address sexual and reproductive health challenges such as teenage pregnancies, early marriages, and gender-based violence through streamlining sexuality education from pre-primary schools to institutions of higher learning.