According to Kalyango, while the committee received numerous reports of abuse of office including soliciting bribes from job applicants, the commissioners including the Chairperson declined the summons to respond to the allegations.
The latest dispute is pitting a local businessman Faustino Murengyezi and close to 1,000 residents of Bukaala village, who accuse the former of unscrupulously attempting to displace them from public land.
The 30 kilometres road which connects Kasensero Town Council and the landing site from Kakuuto trading centre in Kyotera district has since August last year been in a sorry state following the seasonal rains that rendered it almost impassable.
The Chief Administrative Officer, Fred Kalyesubula directed Kayinga last week to handover office to his deputy; Teddy Nakyanzi to pave way for investigations. Kalyesubula accordingly ordered for re-verification of the academic papers of all staffs recruited in the past three years Kayinga has been in office.
The councillors disrupted a session convened by the speaker for the approval of a 24.67 billion Shillings budget upon realizing that some priority items had been omitted from the budget framework paper.
Stephen Ssebunya, the interim chairperson for Mutukula town council confirms the aliens are bribing villages council chairpersons to issue them with recommendation letters to facilitate their registration, and that indeed some have successfully been entered into the national data bank.
Moses Muddu, a resident of Minziiro says that due to the inadequacy of social amenities on the Ugandan side, many of them have attempted to seek services from Tanzania where they are however mistreated by both the locals and authorities.
The accident occurred when a speeding saloon car with blocked number plates knocked down a motorcycle registration number UYD 153Y which had five people on board. The Injured include Henry Ssali and John Ssewanyana; sons to the deceased, the motorcyclist and another unidentified passenger who are all admitted at Kalisizo hospital.
Doctor Edward Muwanga, the in-charge of Kakuuto health Centre IV, says although they are registering a significant decrease in new infections at the facility, the number of patients presenting with other secondary infections is increasing.
Christopher Kalemba, the Kakuuto County member of parliament, says he was amazed by the vague demarcations of the district boundaries that restricted him from thousands of electorates that voted for him in the 2016 general elections.