The dates were announced two days after parliament questioned delays by the Electoral Commission to announce nomination dates, even after nominating candidates across the country. One MP after another said the delay in appointing the exact dates for the elections was making it hard for them to plan their campaign activities.
Sadiuos Oukunda, the Chairperson Mbarara City Boda boda Association, says they want the traffic warders withdrawn for extorting money from the riders instead of concentrating on their role to ensure smooth traffic flow.
Sara Kizito, the Proprietor of Nnalongo Estates Company, says they are glad to hand over the 2 acres because that is what had been asked for and agreed upon. Kizito vowed to continue fighting for the remaining 2.7 that the government wanted to take over.
Records from the Electoral Commission offices in Arua City indicate that FDC party only nominated candidates for two constituencies of Arua Central and City Woman while DP failed to field candidates for City Woman and Ayivu East.
Hellen Kawesa, the Deputy Director of Communications and Public Affairs (CPA) Department of Parliament, says there is need for the review for the growth of Parliament, changing trends, growth in the number of MPs, research and study.
According to Nakaddu, the party district leadership will be constituted after the general election. She told URN that once elected as Kayunga Woman MP; she will lobby for the improvement of schools and better markets and equipment for farmers in the district.
KCCA officials led by Eng. Charles Tumwebaze, the Coordinator of KIIDP 2 held a meeting with the contractor, the Project Consultant- UB Consultants Limited and representatives of the aggrieved employees on Wednesday to resolve a stalemate.
This was revealed by the Attorney General William Byaruhanga while presenting a statement to Parliament on Wednesday. Earlier, Parliament had tasked the Attorney General to announce the specific dates whose absence was affecting aspirant’s campaign and election programs
Kyagulanyi described the case as bogus and thinks that it was only brought up to vulgarise and disrupt the pace at which NUP was moving in the run up to the 2021 elections. However, he added it was encouraging to know that there are Judges who still stand for the value of speaking the truth and protect their integrity.
According to the party electoral commission chairman Toterebuka Bamwenda, they can't reveal the number of signatures they have submitted, but what they can assure Ugandans is that they have met the required minimum of 100 signatures and voter details from 3/4 of the country's districts.
A number of them say when they were recruited over a year back, they were put on a three months probation period and a lower pay with promise to be employed on full contract after probation. However, they still earn as probation employees.
However, in his ruling on Wednesday, Justice Musa Ssekaana, the Deputy head of High Court Civil Division disregarded all grounds for the case and instead focussed on the fact that the case was filed in a manner that abused the court process.
The studio known as M-records, was set up at the beginning of this month in fulfilment of a pledge that was made by President Yoweri Museveni six years ago, to support talented party members, to record audio and visual productions at a lower cost.
Suzan Kushaba, who heads a faction in St. Balikuddembe Market, says KCCA needs to move fast because there is suspense on the next step yet those opposed to the directive are threatening vendors in a bid to block implementation of the directive.