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May 2019 8 results
21:48
21:48

Ministry Delays Boundary Opening in Moroto 1 1

On Friday, John Vianney Lutaaya, the Principal Staff Surveyor in the Lands Ministry who accompanied the minister to the dialogue, said they were planning to travel to Moroto. Without divulging more, the officer said he would explain all the delays on arrival to Moroto.
18:34
18:34

Parents Threaten to Close Understaffed Gov’t Schools in Rakai 1 4

Byakabanda Parish chairperson Eliab Kiggundu Ssango said that none of the two government secondary schools has a single qualified science teacher despite the subjects being compulsory. As a result, he says, the Sub County is posting poor results in National Examinations, with no candidate qualifying to even join Primary Teachers Colleges.
18:12
18:12

Mbarara Authorities Impound Kiosks, Containers

Julius Baguma, one of the affected traders, says they were caught unawares because the municipal authorities didn’t warn them.
16:29
16:29

Construction of Kyotera District Headquarters Stalls Due to Diversion of Funds councilors protest 4 2

Hajji Sulaiman Ssamula, the Managing Director Owen Construction Company Ltd is worried that the persistent rainfall could affect the building. Ssamula says he received an initial deposit of Shillings 300M for the project with promises of additional funding in vain
11:46
11:46

Bundibugyo District Revenues Fall Drastically 1 2

According to the Bundibugyo Senior Accounting Officer, Isaac Kapipa, the drastic fall in revenue is attributed to the endless creation of town councils in the area and the scrapping of Produce cess, the tax that is charged by local governments on agricultural produce.
11:02
11:02

USMID Funds Split Arua Councilors 2 1

Arua district received Shillings 11.1 billion as additional funding under USMID. On Thursday, councilors from Madi Okollo demanded that some of the money be allocated to the newly created district that comes into force on July 1, 2019 and is home to over 120,000 refugees especially in Rhino Camp.
10:53
10:53

Kalangala District Stuck as Councilors Decline to Approve Budget district council 1 1

The Worker’s representative to council Frank Ssemakula told Uganda Radio Network that each councillor is demanding up to 4.4 million Shillings. The money covers payment for transport, lodging, meals and constituency monitoring earned at each council sitting and paid from Local revenue collections by the district.
09:47
09:47

RDC, Kirumira Clash Over Kasanje Land land wrangle 3

The land is under contention between businessmen, Godfrey Kirumira and Moses Angol. Kirumira claims to have bought the contested land from Julius Bitature in 1997. However, Angol claims the same land with a different title.
May 2019 8 results