Police spokesperson Fred Enanga says that Anite and other politicians abused all the guidelines set by the electoral commission, risking the lives of Ugandans in Koboko Municipality and also presented an ugly image as a leader to other Ugandans.
In a statement issued on Monday afternoon, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, said three police commanders are in custody for alleged failure to provide security for the church property and have since been charged with neglect of duty.
To ensure compliance, the police must be notified for them to check out the venue before the meeting takes place. The police welcomed this proposal and said that it will help them enforce Covid-19 regulations.
The chairperson of the Sheema District COVID-19 task Force Frank Kyerere has faulted Kateshumbwa for holding a procession around Sheema Municipality, disregarding all guidelines issued to ensure that the disease, which spreads through person to person contact is forestalled.
In a case filed at the civil division of the High Court, Nandala argues that by denying him a license, the institute has effectively declared him a sham accountant in a profession he has practised for more than 20 years. The case is filed through Galisonga and company advocates.
Atiku who is serving his second term in Parliament joined parliament on the FDC ticket in 2011. However, he fell out with the party and contested as an independent candidate in 2016, although he still remained within the opposition circles.
Charles John Luwa, the interim City Planner reveals that financial glitches allied to the City creation have affected the workers and the problem is anticipated to affect workers’ remunerations for the months of August and possibly September.
Dr Lochap has also picked NRM nomination forms to compete for the Jie County Parliamentary seat, the same constituency he has previously wanted to represent on the FDC ticket. He will compete with Peter Abrahams Lokii, the NRM District Chairperson and Another contender Ambrose Lotukei, for the endorsement.
Hundreds of Dr Ayume’s supporters marched through the streets of Koboko town on Sunday evening challenging the Police's failure to restrain Anite's supporters who held a procession on Saturday, to allegedly celebration a donation of an ambulance to the district.
Key among those who reunited included Christopher Acire, the former Gulu Municipality MP and Reagan Okumu, the Aswa County MP. The reunion is an attempt by party leaders safeguard against further degeneration following massive departure of it members.