Two former Stanbic Bank employees have been questioned at the Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters over an illegal mortgage release they executed in 2014.
Ezra Matsiko was the Manager securities at Stanbic Bank in 2014. He processed a release of mortgage belonging to the late Professor William Kabapengane Isharaza. Professor Isharaza,
Ssenabulya says that the move to poison all roaming dogs in the municipality follows public outcry over increasing number of stray dogs that are killing people’s animals and those attacking school going children.
Museveni asked residents of Kayunga to tap into such projects to fight poverty in their homes. He said the National Resistance Movement-NRM government has put in place the necessary infrastructure for people to fight poverty in their households.
Juliet Nambi Namuddu, the Director of Education in KCCA, says a team of KCCA officials visited the school on Wednesday evening and were shocked to learn from pupils that three of them share a single bed.
When KCCA visited the hostel this morning, the hostel didnot have a proper dustbin and the latrines were smelly and dirty.
Muhammad Kateregga, the Bukomansimbi District LC V Chairperson who also doubles as the General Secretary Justice Forum-JEEMA party, says although Kyanjo seems to be in better shape he is still under close monitoring by doctors.
The money was meant to finance constructions of three community roads including a road stretching from Amolatar town to Amai Hospital about 11km, a road from Odyak Trading Centre to Kitaleba landing site in Muntu Sub County and a road stretching from Amolatar health centre to Abeja Landing site in Arwotcek Sub County.
The call for branding cattle follows an outcry of Teso leaders especially in the districts of Kapelebyong and Katakwi over the increasing cases of cattle thefts by the Karamojong thieves for the last two months.
50 percent of the phone theft victims do whatever is possible to try and recover their phones. Some of them end up spending huge sums of money in payments to individual police officers to track and recover their phones just like the case of Hanan.
Joseph Opoya, the Association Chairperson and head teacher of Kamwenge Secondary and Vocational School, says some members have failed to pay sub subscription fees and administer exams compiled by the association.