According to Professor Nawangwe, internal investigations show that Barugahare flouted several procurement guidelines during the procurement of Team Uniform Ltd, a private firm to supply 13,500 gowns for the graduation that took place in January 2020.
The Commission Chairperson, Justice Benjamin Insigoma Kabiito disclosed this at the 21st Annual Judges Conference while presenting a paper on strengthening Ethics and Integrity in the Ugandan Judiciary.
Prosecution led by Viola Tusingwire and Emily Ninsima, told court that the nine and others still at large on February 7, 2018 kidnapped Magara with intent to procure a ransom or benefit from her liberation from the danger of being murdered.
Parliament on Thursday resolved to set up a Select Committee to probe allegations of sexual harassment in institutions of learning. The decision in a plenary sitting chaired by Speaker Rebecca Kadaga followed a motion by National Female Youth MP Anna Adeke Ebaju who sought for a resolution of parliament to inquire into allegations of sexual violence in schools.
The police forensic team has pitched camp at Parliament to investigate violence and vandalism of property that unfolded inside the Chambers on Wednesday, shortly before a motion to remove presidential age limits was tabled.
The Kampala Capital City Authority Council has directed the KCCA technical wing to repossess Nateete market and resume collection of garbage in the area as investigations into its fraudulent sale continues.
Prof Barnabas Nawangwe, the Makerere University Vice Chancellor in Charge of Finance and Administration, says the drastic decision was reached after discovering that some members of staff in the academic registrars office were tampering with student marks.
The Makerere University Vice Chancellor Prof. John Ddumba Ssentamu has denied approving 300 million Shillings for an investigation into alleged alteration of marks and awarding fake degrees two years ago.
The committee was established by a resolution of Parliament calling for thorough investigations into the controversial payment of six billion Shillings to individuals who were involved a tax arbitration case between the Government of Uganda and Heritage Oil.
Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda has said government will brief parliament on the circumstances under which Kenneth Watmon Akena, a community development officer in Pader district, was shot dead at Lugogo Forest Mall parking area.
Ekyanya told the committee chaired by Fox Odoi that, Kipoi contacted him and requested him to ask government to use every possible means to protect him since it is governmentâ€™s mandate to protect all its citizens.
On Wednesday afternoon, the committee received information from Paul Kato, the officer in charge of investigations at parliament who was instructed to get recordings from the CCTV camera at Protea hotel from November 26th to 6th December.
Parliamentâ€™s Rules, Privileges and Discipline Committee has insisted and directed Kipoiâ€™s lawyers Mukasa Mbidde and Nteyera Patrick to avail the committee with documents pertaining Kipoiâ€™s travels to South Africa and DRC in line with medical attention by close of business today.
The Inspector General of Police General Kale Kayihura has condemned the excessive force used by his officers in quelling protests over the disputed Kasokoso land. Police officers used teargas to break up demonstrations over the disputed land. In the process, three children suffered the effects of tear gas and had to receive medical attention.
The Deputy Chief of Defence Forces, Lieutenant General Charles Angina, has told the Rules Committee of Parliament to allow the army fill General David Sejusaâ€™s seat in Parliament. Angina reasoned that the Uganda Peopleâ€™s Defence Forcesâ€”UPDF is like a soccer team that needs all its 11 players on the pitch at all times. He noted that Sejusaâ€™s absence means the team is one man less.