Court heard that the two together with the District staff surveyor, Francis Opio who is at large, between February and August 2019 at Lira while surveying government land left out part of the land which they allocated to individuals including their relative Rebecca Atoo.
Steered by the Leader of Opposition, Mathias Mpuuga, MPs from six Opposition Political Parties in the House on Thursday convened to consider matters relating to the EALA race.
The Opposition Political Parties in parliament include the National Unity Platform (NUP), Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), Democratic Party (DP), Uganda People’s Congress (UPC), Justice Forum (JEEMA) and People’s Progressive Party (PPP). These all together have a total of 108 members out of 529 MPs in the 11th Parliament.
Ayubu Khalifa, the head coach of Kawempe Muslims, says that he would have no problem with playing in the morning if the game is live on TV. “We have no problem with playing in the morning if all games will be broadcasted live on Television. But what will demoralize people, is telling them to play in the morning, and yet their game is not going to be live on TV," Khalifa said.
State Minister for Agriculture, Fred Kyakulaga, says that even the figure of 4,000 could be much higher than the actual number of functional tractors, which he estimates at 2,500, while many were reportedly smuggled out of the country.
The 20-member verification committee chaired by Mbarara Municipality MP, Mwine Mpaka, was on Tuesday named by the Speaker of Parliament, Anita Among to consider nominees whose nomination papers had been received by the Clerk to Parliament, Adolf Mwesige.
According to Maj. Kabona, the SIB team is also investigating the incident where police arrested its soldiers attached to Namusera military detach on allegations of conducting a night robbery at Namusera swamp.
Kasim Katumba, the Kireka-Narya parish Defense Secretary, says that the assailants clobbered the deceased with a hammer and hacked him with machetes before they dumped his body near his home at around 2:00 am and made off with the victim's motorbike.
Samuel Walulya Akalyamaggwa, a driver at the stage, says that they don't have any knowledge about the disease and have not taken any measures to protect themselves. He says they are yet to be sensitized by the authorities in Kampala on how to deal with the situation.
This comes at a time when a group of students led by the former Makerere University Guild President Shamim Nambassa has already filed a lawsuit in the High Court contesting the ongoing constitutional review process.
In a statement published on the NIMD website on Wednesday evening and confirmed by its Country Director Frank Rusa, the Institute noted that as a key partner of Ugandan political parties, it is ready to continue supporting the process toward a new Memorandum of Understanding for IPOD and would only consider continuing to host the secretariat if IPOD is fully inclusive.