The mission led by former Burundi President, Sylvester Ntibantunganya says all political parties and candidates were able to conduct their campaigns across the country freely, while the opening of polling stations followed existing laws and procedures.
Vendors have also occupied the street especially from Jesco Beauty Center on Namirembe road to Mutaasa Kafeero at Luwum Street. The road which was vibrant during the COVID 19 lockdown has since lost its charm with the grass and trees slowly fading.
The Electoral Commission banned all processions and mass gatherings during and after nominations. This according to Byabakama was done to stop the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Aspirants were only permitted to go with only 10 people with three accompanying cars.
On Thursday morning, Patrick Onen Ezaga, the Senior Communications officer of the NGO Bureau, said the operations of National Election Watch Uganda are illegal because it is not registered in the country.
“We will watch closely the actions of individuals who interfere in the democratic process and will not hesitate to consider consequences – including visa restrictions – for those responsible for election-related violence,” Secretary Pompeo said.
This means that the Authority has added three more acres to the initial two that Nalongo Estates Company said it had surrendered for the project. The company is said to have entered a Memorandum of Understanding with KCCA to develop the land as a recreational and bridal park.
Rose Mwanje Nkaale, the Commissioner in charge of Museums and Monuments at the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities says she has seen the photos making rounds on social media but that the act amounts to adulteration of the monument.
The property contained on Plot 71 Nkrumah Road was leased in 2010 by then Kampala City Council to Securex Amenities (U) Limited whose directors were listed as Businessman Ephraim Ntaganda, Bob Kanaabi and Innocent Mutajabura for five years. The temporarily leased property then somehow became freehold ownership
John Kikonyogo, the FDC Deputy Spokesperson, notes that besides parents who are suffering from financial instability due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many private school proprietors are going through hard time.
According to the story, Kipoi was arrested for overstaying his visit making him a prohibited immigrant. Uganda Radio Network has learnt that Kipoi travelled to Botswana upon his release from custody in Uganda and has been in detention since October 15th, 2020.
Speaking at the 54th anniversary of the Kampala Archdiocese held today at Rubaga Cathedral, Lwanga said that past governments had given land to the Catholic Church and ensured that it is protected from grabbers.
The Spokesperson of Criminal Investigations Directorate, Charles Twine said that to avoid confrontations with the police and other security personnel candidates should urge their supporters to comply with the guidelines.
The State Minister for Kampala Benna Namugwanya told journalists at the Media Center on Friday that all road drives with public address systems are required to obtain clearance and follow prescribed routes.
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.
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.
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.