The council made its decision after receiving a report from the chairperson of the university senate. Some of the issues that informed their decision included the fact that only three candidates participated in the public presentation.
Julius Peter Otto, the Omiya Anyima Sub-county LCIII Chairperson, who ordered for the arrest of the suspect, says he got a tip-off from concerned residents who had sighted him selling textbooks in bars on separate occasions.
Patrick Muinda, the Ministry of Education Spokesperson, notes that more than 41 Billion Shillings has been allocated in the current financial year budget to cater for costs for wages for staffing of the schools.
Producers also faulted government for failing to even enforce standards that are in place, to protect the export markets.
The Managing Director of Nakifuma Farm Company Ltd, John Magnay attacked government for looking on and talking about import substitution as the country continued to import meat from Kenya.
Speaking to his followers at Nakasero Mosque after the Friday prayers, Kamoga said disunity among the Muslim community is one of the reasons why he and five others were arrested and later sentenced on charges of terrorism.
The NUP leaders led by Mathias Mpuuga Nsamba, the MP for Masaka Municipality and party’s Deputy President in Charge of Central Region says that they will pursue the matter in courts of law and other tribunals that preserve Human Rights.
Geoffrey Nkugwa says that the people of Kassanda have great hope in Kyagulanyi whom they expect to respect people’s demand for federal not only for Buganda but other parts of the country. He also expects Kyagulanyi to open up the lakes whose access to local fishermen was curtailed by the NRM government
Christopher Opoka 60, a resident of Labworomo village says they only have a single source of unclean water shared by all the locals in the village.
He says the challenge has forced many to resort to trek a long distance to Pager river which is also shared with cattle.
According to the Principal College of Education and External Studies Makerere University Professor Fredrick Masagazi, government needs to prioritize salary increment for teachers as a motivation to supplement the counselling role that is being carried out.