Rosemary Seninde, the minister of State for Primary Education says that schools need to ensure the safety of learners around water because most accidents that take place involving learners and swimming pools are as result of negligence of schools
Justice Owiny-Dollo who on Monday opened the Court of Appeal regional session at Masaka High Court premises, noted that the available manpower cannot handle the overwhelming numbers of appeal files in the system in a timely manner, thereby asking attorneys to always be mindful of the underlying operational challenges and avoid overstretching the judges.
Mutebile told a meeting international deposit insurers at Lake Victoria Serena in Kigo on Monday that he was mindful of the risk that deposit insurance would stoke moral hazard through encouraging banks to take greater risks.
Uganda People’s defense forces officers have been cautioned against violation of human through acts like torture and illegal detentions.
According Deputy 2nd Division Commander Col. Anthony Lukwago, such acts which are executed by particular individuals taint the name of the institution and make the public lose trust in the force that has labored to establish a good relationship with the people they serve.
Twinamatsiko, 19, called her grandmother on September 10 claiming she had been kidnapped by strangers moving in motor vehicle UAX 802B. The student indicated she had been grabbed walking at Kinawataka roadside, Kirinya, Kira Municipality, in Wakiso District. She said her abductors were driving her to an unknown destination.
Global oil prices rose as much as 20 per cent to above USD 71 (257,000 Shillings), a barrel by Monday — the biggest percentage spike in almost three decades. This was in response to attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure on Saturday that cut more than half of the country’s production.
Both parties agreed that the issue of free movement of persons and goods and services across the common border and other outstanding issues shall be discussed in the next meeting to be held in Kampala after 30 days.
Ssemanda was dragged to the commission of Inquiry into land matters by his stepbrothers Dr Fred Kambugu and Apollo Lumu Kambugu, a policy analyst and fraud expert, stating that he forged the will pf their father Peter Kinalwa Musoke Kambugu who passed on in August aged 84.
Our reporter visited the said land and found a billboard indicating that it was being developed by Universal Multipurpose Enterprises (U) Ltd. URN understands that around early 2018, Professor Eria Hisali, the Principal College of Business and Management Sciences led a team to investigate the land matter but his report hasn’t been made public.
According to police, the robbers, who wearing maroon uniforms and riding on a Bajaj motorcycle registration number UEE 175Q, placed the duo at the gunpoint before they thumped Oga into coma and made off with his valuables and Shillings 95M.
It is alleged that Uncle Money, 50, unlawfully caused the death of a Mechanic, Siraji Akim Tumusiime when he allegedly commanded mob action against him for allegedly stealing his property on August 16. 2019. The incident took place at Munaku-Lubya, in Rubaga division.
The recovered drugs include one big box filled with about 150 doses of injectable Artesunate, 12 boxes of coartem and 97 boxes of Rapid Diagnostics Test kits for malaria, with about 2,400 pieces of test kits.
The two managers first appeared before Entebbe Grade One Magistrate Phiona Birungi, a fortnight ago, before whom, they were charged with five counts of Human Trafficking, forgery and obtaining money by false pretence. They allegedly forged documents of the Ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development.
Kagyenzi started working as a Golf course green keeper at Garuga Golf club in 1990 and Country Club Entebbe. In 1996, he joined the Kitante Valley based Uganda Golf Club- UGC along John Babiiha Avenue in Kampala.
It is estimated that there are over 1 million people with hearing impairments in Uganda. But less than 500,000 of them are able to receive services in hospitals, schools, police stations and local governments due to language barriers.
“Democracy grows and becomes resilient only once it is truly owned by citizens,” said Ambassador Attilio Pacifici, ahead of the international democracy day commemoration for 2019 for the European Union Delegation to Uganda slated for Thursday, September 19.
William Mwambu, the Councilor for People with Disabilities-PWDs is now demanding for legal and disciplinary action to be taken against the LC 5 Chairperson. He says his action was uncalled for and it is not reflected in any law that the Chairperson is supposed to lock the CAO’s office.