The group was questioned for more than six hours today. This comes a day after Tumukunde was arrested by joint security forces led by CID Director Grace Akullo. The security agencies that have since charged Tumukunde with treason include Special Forces Command –SFC, CID and Joint Ant-Terrorism Task Force –JATT.
The prosecution alleges that in June 2013 Mugenyi received 87 million shillings from the Ministry of Education and Sports for construction of a two-classroom block, two -5 stance VIP latrines and procurement of a forty -3 seater desks.
The Director-General of Health Services Dr Henry Mwebesa says that schools do not need to stop parents from visiting their children. He adds that the cancelling of school visitations is an exaggerated reaction to the disease because to date, there is no confirmed case of coronavirus in Uganda.
In September last year, Tini Petro Uganda signed a contract to supply fuel to the Chinese-owned Shengli Engineering company which is constructing the 100-kilometre Kyenjojo-Kabwoya road in Hoima district. According to the contract, Shengli was supposed to pay for the fuel on a monthly basis.
It targets organized business groups involving women and youths mainly in the informal sector is meant to uplift the economic status of communities by reducing poverty at house-hold level. It’s also aimed at enhancing socio- economic transformation from subsistence to market oriented economy.
Akol was asked to leave the house on Thursday and advised to self-quarantine after telling members that he had been to South Korea and South Africa in recent days. South Korea, one of the country’s worst hit by the pandemic, has reported nearly 8,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus with at least 71 deaths.
State Prosecutor Immaculate Nambaju on Friday told the court presided over by Rubaga Grade One Magistrate Joel Mugoye that they will adduce evidence to prove that on August 28, 2019, the accused persons forcefully kidnapped Nagirinya and her driver Kitayimbwa before killing them and dumping their bodies in a swamp in Mukono District.
In a joint statement issued by State House Entebbe after a one day visit, Museveni said that he recognized the strategic importance of River Nile for all the Riparian Countries and the livelihood of their peoples and the need to solve any issues among the countries within the framework of African solutions to African Problems.
The incident allegedly happened on Thursday afternoon at around 3 p.m. inside Murchison Falls National Park, about 20 kilometres from Karuma bridge in Nwoya District. An initial police search for the abductees did not yield any results.
Muhwezi who is also head of Secretariat Technical Vocational Education and Training Policy Working Group revealed that in the first phase the renovation works will be executed by Vambeco Enterprises Uganda at 9.4 billion shillings.
The two were riding to Amber coat food market when they were killed by a loose electric cable. Edisa Nabukenya, who survived with serious injuries, says she saw the wire drop on the motorcycle, which was approximately one meter ahead of her.
The Mukono Municipal Engineer, Joash Sserunjogi, says that as they wait for police to conclude its investigations into what could have caused the tragedy, they have stopped Ronald Lwanga, the proprietor of the building not to resume any activity until he submits an approved plan for the building and septic tank for review.