The KCCA law enforcement officers who were backed by the police and the army demolished temporary structures that were previously set up along Mawanda Road. They included Mobile Money kiosks, groceries, and fast food.
Members of Parliament on the Committee led by their acting Chairperson, Milton Muwuma of Kigulu County in Iganga District tasked Muwonge to explain their declaration of middle-income after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank disputed it.
The activists also argue that the proposed amendments duplicate other laws like the Data Protection Act and the Regulation of Interception of Communications Act.
The activists also observe that the proposed amendments duplicate other laws like the Data Protection Act and the Regulation of Interception of Communications Act.
Shifra Lukwago, a Commissioner at UHRC pointed out that Clause 88 of the Bill prohibits commercial dealings in human material for transplantation, yet Clause 88 (2)(a) allows for payments that do not constitute financial gain in particular compensation for living donors for loss of earning caused by the removal of an organ.
Aminis Kayondo, the Bukwo District Police Commander confirmed the arrest of the four officials and promised to provide details later. Samuel Hashaka Mpimbaza, the Bukwo Resident District Commissioner, said more officials are likely to be arrested
Teretha Lokol, another breastfeeding mother from Kakoklye village in Moroto municipality, said that she has been surviving on hot water with sold. "When the office of the prime minister brought food in Karamoja, they didn't give us in the town thinking we are better yet we are doing bad," she said.
According to Col. Deo Karikona, the human rights focal persons will be mandated with ensuring that the troops are sensitized about different components of the human rights act and the international human rights law.
In a Baraza meeting organized by the division, it emerged that in 2008, the then Kabarole district land board wrote to Karambi Sub-county area land committee to carry out an inspection and ascertain Baguma's land ownership rights on the said land.
Lawrence Egole issued the order after Ajuga released Steven Ayine Mugisha, who was arrested on Friday from St. Katherine Girls Secondary School in the middle of the night when he had gone to pick up a senior III student.