Munyagwa described Katuntu as a great personality and a brilliant lawyer he was replacing. He appealed to the public not to compare his working methods with Katuntu because they are totally different people.
Recently, a number of refinery affected persons petitioned the Speaker of parliament, Rebecca Kadaga through Mubende Banyoro United Association for compensation. They want government to value their land and compensate them as title holders as opposed to being Bibanja land holders or squatters.
The construction that started a year ago was delayed by up to nine months as parliament struggled to acquire more space at the CHOGM square along Apollo Kaggwa road, according to Engineer Henry Ssentoogo, a private consultant for the project.
The PAC Vice Chairperson, Gerald Karuhanga tasked the team to explain the slow clearance of cases despite increased funding from Shillings 6.1 billion in the 2015/2016 financial year to Shillings 6.9 billion in the 2016/2017 financial year.
The Committee Chairperson, Jovah Kamateeka, said it is high time government traces and explains to the country the cause of the mudslides. She explained that people in the affected areas still face threats of future calamities since nobody knows what could have happened up in the mountains where boulders came from.
The Hospital staff were nabbed on Friday evening on the orders of the parliamentary committee on Health Headed by DR Micheal Bukenya during an Impromptu visit at the Health facility to Monitor health service delivery.
This came after the government asked parliament to reject the move by Gulu municipality MP Lyandro Komakech to secure permission for a private members bill on the Legal Aid Services. The proposed legal aid bill 2018 is intended for ease access to free legal aid by marginalized and vulnerable groups and also regulate the legal aid services providers in the country.
They rejected calls for order in the house and continuously sang the National Anthem; Oh Uganda, May God Uphold Thee, as a symbol of defiance. Kadaga accused them of misconduct and disrupting parliament business a day earlier, turning the chamber into a playhouse and disrespecting the rules of procedure of Parliament.
The President revealed this during a national address on the state of security at State House, Entebbe. He said that the arrested individuals are suspected for masterminding the murder of Prosecutor Joan Kagezi, muslim clerics, former Arua Municipality MP Ibrahim Abiriga and Major Kiggundu, among others.
Nzoghu says that during the course of last week, he noticed people trailing him from home and around different spots in Kampala. He says that although he does not know why he is being trailed, he needs assurance from the government that his security is guaranteed.