Col. Justus Besisira, the Commandant Hima Training School, says the soldiers braved two months of training in general military skills, weapon handling, minor tactics, leadership, political education and public health.
Kivejinja says Uganda is still broke to settle the debts as she rises from the shadows of post independence upheavals which bedeviled the country. He said the demands should be shelved to allow government attend to pressing infrastructure development required to propel the country into better economic future.
He also accuses Ndawula of using his position as incumbent Luweero LC V chairperson to lobby for 600 bags of cement from DFCU bank to construct the district headquarters but has since failed to account for them.
Robert Ssozi, another resident, says the road is terrifying for travelers, adding that several people have petitioned UNRA and Works Ministry over the poor state of the road but haven’t got any response.
Ibrahim Bagonza, a boda boda cyclist on Kahinju road boda boda stage, which is among the most affected parts of the town, argues that they have on several occasions contacted the municipality leadership to resolve the problem in vain.
Rogers Tumwesige, one of the affected fishermen, says that four armed men dressed in Congolese military uniforms put them at gun point and ordered them to surrender whatever they had on them. He says that after executing their mission, the militiamen crossed to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The ministry's announcement comes after the elapse of 21 days of surveilling all contacts in their homes. The contacts are believed to have come into contact with the three confirmed Ebola cases or people who got into contact with them.
The first phase will cost Shillings 1.7 billion. According to Kiwanda, the renovation will cover the construction of a fence around the palace to bring out its historical face and improvement of the existing structures.
Francis Kyeyune, Mubende District Police Commander, Martin Okoyo and the Attorney General of Uganda. The matter is before Justice Joseph Murangira whom they accuse of siding with their tormentors. The families were evicted from their homes in 2018.
Etoori, who is also the chairperson Teso Cotton Cooperative Union, says last year, government advanced Teso Cotton Cooperative Union partial compensation of Shillings 1 Billion, which has been used to procure a new tractor and a Tata Lorry to facilitate cotton production.
She noted that police commanders who accept gifts from their juniors can’t be in position to supervise them since they are compromised. Akullo also said some commanders have a tendency of parading suspects so that they can release them after paying bribes.