Speaking at the handover of the items to Kampala City Council Authority, Samuel Mabala, the country advisor Cities Alliance noted that through interaction with vendors, it came to their notice that there was a need to address the poor sanitation in the market.
Kaijuka pointed out that in many places where they have established housing estates, they have had to fix sewage, built lagoons and roads which should be a responsibility of National Water and Sewerage Corporation, and the government.
Mubiru narrates that it all started when one of his fellow passengers saw him eating nsenene and asked him to sell some which he first resisted, until he was offered shillings 10,000 a scoop, an irresistible price which swept him of his feet.
The more than 100 miners under their umbrella Harugongo Youth Development and Miners Association are demanding more than 30 Million Shillings for the past four weeks. The association was sub-contracted by GEMs international Limited to supply Pozzolana to Hima Cement.
David Wabukye, a communication lecturer at Uganda Christian University, Livingstone International University, and UMCAT School of Journalism in Mbale city was one of those affected by the lockdown. However, Wabukye reorganized himself and resorted to online food vending for survival.
The government through the agencies is set to implement a lifestyle audit program that will be used to track the wealth of individuals, who will then have the task of explaining the sources of their wealth.
Kabuye mentioned that non-vaccinated people are divergent, they should operate from elsewhere where there are big work spaces not to spread the disease in the city. Though it is your right not to be vaccinated, it’s only the vaccinated who will be allowed to operate from the city.
Passengers interviewed want only travelers arriving from Omicron-risk countries to wait for their results at Entebbe airport, because of the increase in the number of arriving travelers ahead of the festive season.
At the BOU, an official from the communications department said they were going to find out where the process has stuck, and by the time of filing the story, they were yet to give an explanation.
But Kakungulu says they are hopeful that this fund will work better than the previous ones since it follows the model of the Agriculture Credit Facility so far considered the best managed.
Poultry magnate Aga Sekalala says they hear there is a new Trade minister who replaced Amelia Kyambadde but they don't know what he does, nor what he thinks about the current Kenya - Uganda trade issues.
Heavy rain characterized by strong winds hit hard four villages in Inomo sub-county last week leaving several families stranded. The most affected villages are Alikingel, Adingdong,Too-pe-yero and Jinja trading center.
Museveni gave the example of synthetic vehicle tyres, car seats and other furnishing, clothing and bitumen for road construction among others, adding that it is how oil is applied which is the issue, but not production of the resource.
The East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) Bill is due for conclusion in parliament on Tuesday and this will pave the way for the several activities including starting construction, according to the Energy and Mineral Development Ministry.
Michael Mugerwa, GM of Uganda's Refinery Project says that the refined products will also be priced according to how the producers of the crude will price the raw material. Patrick Mweheire, the Regional Chief Executive, Stanbic Bank East Africa says the international community, particularly the west is being unfair to Africa because worse projects are being funded in countries of other continents.
He says Mubiru is expected to return on Sunday November 28 and that traders will decide on his fate next week during a meeting.
Musoke explains further that KACITA has been negotiating with Uganda Airlines for affordable air ticket prices and cargo fares. "So acts like these hamper our efforts,"Musoke adds, "and this is not the first time we are hearing about unruly traders on board. So we must punish Mubiru to instill discipline among traders."
The symposium, the first of its kind, is a platform for the private sector to network, understand industry opportunities and challenges, showcase their capacities through experience sharing, and interact with public sector actors on legal and polish matters that govern the industry in the two countries.
The airline says the incident has made it consider adding nsenene on its menu for regional and international flights. This will be on request, and it will boost the incomes of the people involved in the grasshopper value chain and also Uganda's tourism industry. Some of the local brands currently on the menu include Uganda Waragi.