The Chief Justice, Bart Katureebe, said they are still short of the required manpower in the judiciary. He argued that given their current strength, each judicial officer is expected to dispose of about six cases each day, which is humanly impossible.
On Tuesday, Saleh agreed to fund the five projects. He later signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Mayor Rev Willy Muhanga.Muhanga said that the projects will be implemented in a phased manner kick and hopes they will create employment for more than 30,000 people.
The councilors decision followed a submission by Joel Kaija, the chairperson of the Works Committee, indicating that a sum of 1 billion Shillings that was given to the municipality by the Uganda Road Fund in the financial year 2017-2018 remains unaccounted for.
A member of the committee who preferred to remain anonymous said the members unanimously rejected the bill because the Minister failed to convince them that there was a need to amend article 26 to ensure that Government can forcefully acquire land.
The report observes that a one-shot stimuli to growth in the last decade could have helped Ugandan agriculture and promoted significant poverty alleviation, but likely will not be able to provide the same level of continued stimulus for new growth.
Down with the pigs. Down with the parasites. Abiriga has joined the glorious list of our warriors who fell in the struggle: Martin Mwesiga, Mwesigwa Black, Valerian Rwaheeru, Kagina, Musisi and numerous others that contributed to the victory of the NRM and the people of Uganda.
According to Museveni, although investigations into Abirigas assassination are ongoing, there is a high possibility that the masterminds of the murder wanted to hurt the National Resistance Movement-NRM.
Delivering the 2018 State of the Nation Address in Kampala, Museveni said the economy is expected to grow by 5.8 percent this financial year, rising to seven percent in 2019/20 on account of improved tarmac road network, stable electricity and peace and security.
Lometo says Karamoja is now 99 percent peaceful thanks to the disarmament programme. The region used to be infested with small arms which aided intra-communal, inter-communal and cross-border cattle raids and killings, making the place insecure and lag in development.
The past year was marked by significant infrastructure projects in Ivory Coast, Ghana and Uganda amounting to over USD 500 million 1.7 trillion Shillings. Active Transport and ICT projects in Uganda alone amounted to USD 384 million 1.4 trillion Shillings.