On Tuesday, the US Department of the Treasury implicated Kandiho and other CMI officers for the arrest, detention and physical abuse of people in Uganda. The Statement shows that the CMI targeted individuals due to their nationality, political views, or critique of the Uganda government.
"I would like to guide the implementation of this new structure of emoluments be urgently done to avoid unnecessary litigations," said Kabanda in her letter to the KCCA Executive Director, Dorothy Kisaka.
During the hearing, the prosecution told the court that in December 2017, Ssenkyama in his capacity as Malongo LC III chairperson unlawfully arbitrated in the matter of aggravated defilement against a twelve-year-old girl who was in primary five at Lwemiyaga primary school in Lwengo.
Stephen Ochola, the Serere LCV Chairperson and head of LCV Chairpersons for all Teso District Chairpersons says that the cattle raids, insurgency and insecurity affected all the households in the area.
According to Lukwago, Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA discovered the huge number of undocumented refugees while conducting a refugee profiling study. Lukwago attributes this to Uganda’s open-door refugee policy, which even allows them to stay outside camps.