In a letter from the ministry of Lands Housing and Urban Development to the district authorities, the ministry has promised to open the boundaries in July in a bid to quell the long standing dispute that has often turned bloody.
Julius Byarugaba, the Speaker of the Boda Boda Association which represents over 2,000 cyclists says that there is an increase in domestic violence because men are failing to take care of their families after the lockdown affected their daily income.
According to the letter, the search committee is mandated with validating the nomination and election process of the new Bamasaba cultural leader. The search committee will work in liaison with the General Assembly, Culture Council, Secretary General, the Attorney General of Inzu yamasaba and Bamasaba stakeholders.
The Pathologists Lancet laboratories in Kenya issued a statement in which they said they were launching an investigation after COVID-tests confirmed at the lab were found negative at different other labs when similar tests were done 24 to 48 hours later. They like in Uganda didn't find any errors in their machines or reagents.
In their suit before the Commercial Division of High Court, Tororo Cement contends that between January and December 2019, they supplied various goods and materials to Kakooza who trades as United Star Enterprises.
In May this year, Ssenyonjo ran to court through his lawyer, Nalukoola Luyimbazi accusing KCCA of trespassing on his land in Lweza comprising Kyadondo block 267 during construction of the 8.6 kilometer road, which connects to the Entebbe express high way.
More than 10,000 elders have enrolled for SAGE in the four districts, totalling to 28,428 beneficiaries in Teso Sub Region. There are more than 1.6 million elders enrolled under SAGE across the country.
In a letter dated June 18, the University Secretary Lawrence Ssanyu notes that by the time of issuing the notice they were not aware that the High Court had prohibited the university from conducting any disciplinary action against the two staff.
According to sources, some of the people being probed were surprised when they were ordered to temporarily surrender their mobile phones while some were found with confidential information restricted to the IGP’s office.
Richard Kabuye, the Kalagala Ward B LCII Chairperson in Mpigi town council, says despite the recommendation by the local council youths in the area are contracted to provide casual labor, the companies have hired outsiders.