While closing their two-day retreat at the Jinja based Nile Resort Hotel on Saturday, the NUP leaders resolved to adopt the oath as a working document for all leaders throughout their political tenures. Led by their president, Robert Kyagulanyi, the leaders also passed seven resolutions, which will foster the continued transformation and visibility of their party throughout the country.
Jackie Kiiza Kemigisha, the Principal Urban Officer in the Local Government Ministry, said the meeting came up with four resolutions and resolved to implement them with immediate effect in the interest of better service delivery in the municipality.
The land that belongs to Jinja municipal council is said to have been illegally awarded to Thummar Joy Maganlal Patel without following the rightful procedures. According to Sakwa, Thummar used the influence of leaders to forge district land board minutes which he used to apply for a freehold title on the land.
The NRM Party Village and Parish Chairpersons impeached Muwaya this morning accusing him of hosting Gen. Muntu during the introduction ceremony of his daughter on March 2nd, 2019 to introduce his new formation to voters.
The three were part of the team of nine royal chiefs who, in August 2014, elected the then Prince Nadiope as Kyabazinga of Busoga. During the elections, they acted as chairperson, secretary and seconder of the royal chiefs council that presided over the process. Gabula was consecrated on September 13, 2014.
The force is expected to conduct a mini recruitment exercise to fill the vacant positions. A reliable source privy to the discussions of PAC told URN that the decision to only recruit the 1000 officers is based on the current backlog of freshly recruited officers and policemen who have yet to be passed out and deployed.
During the meeting, the Works Committee Chairperson, Baate Mugisha proposed that council should embark on the construction of the district headquarters at Busoga square as soon as possible drawing protests from the LC V Chairperson, Titus Kisambira together with seven councilors.
Pauline Rugyira, the Kashambya Sub County LC V female councilor, says the district council sat on May 20th, 2018 and resolved to construct 20 water springs in Kashambya Sub County as way of extending safe water to the residents. She however, says they were surprised to learn recently that only 13 were built and part of the money spent in Rwamucucu Sub County.