The MPs explained that Internal Security Organization - ISO, State House Anti-Corruption Unit and Special Forces Command - SFC have tracked the iron sheets marked 'Office of the Prime Minister' destined for Karamoja in villages across Namisindwa and Bududa Districts where the two Ministers hail from respectively.
On Tuesday, three witnesses including Peter Amara, Namuli's son-in-law, Kyle Lubega, and Richard Bizibira from Lubega & Buzibira Company Advocates, the city law firm that acted on behalf of the claimant gave parallel testimonies while appearing jointly before the MPs.
John Ssempebwa, the proprietor of the Lubaga Division based Ssemagulu Museum said that every region of Uganda has a lot of historical sites and history that Government needs to take invest in to allow for their expansion.
“Both parties agreed to immediately remove any administrative measures that have hitherto inhibited trade in the poultry and poultry products,” a joint communiqué signed by the two Ministers read in part.
Godfrey Batalingaya, the LC 1 chairperson of Mazzi-Malungi village in Kinyogoga Sub-County, says that the lockdown saw a ban on Cattle markets in the area to stem the spread of COVID-19. According to Batalingaya, many of the residents in his jurisdiction who could take cattle products to markets every Monday were affected seriously due to loss of income.