However, the DPP through State Attorney Stephen Ariong opposed Opiyo's application relying on an affidavit of Stanley Baine who argued that due to COVID-19 pandemic coupled with the nation wide lockdown, it slowed down the movement of investigators in gathering vital evidence.
"Since we have very generous rules of origin, I am very sure that the business community will take the cue and start trading with the external markets under the common label and standard mark of the East African Community," said Minister Maina
Raising a matter of procedure on Wednesday in Parliament, Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, the Kiira Municipality MP said the arrest of the MPs touches on the privileges and protection as MPs. He questioned if Parliament is taking any step to help the MPs.
Ogwok used to receive the money from the Commission through Mwavu Wasede Mwosha, the then Registrar of Electoral Commission Yumbe District and was expected to file accountability. He presented forged accountabilities as some of the beneficiaries complained of non-receipt of their allowances.
Kitumba was employed by the university on a five-year contract effective December 1st 2012 subject to renewal upon satisfactory performance following an appraisal. His contract expired and was extended for three years and later two months up to April 30th 2018 without any performance appraisal conducted by the University.
They want the court to declare that section 11 of the Public Health (Control of Covid) rules 2021 issued by the Ministry of Health indefinitely closing worship places and suspending activities such as prayers in open spaces and outside premises of churches and mosques contravenes several articles of the Constitution.
“Mubiru had changed our game, he had given us the right picture although we had not started getting the results our playing style was adored all over. I was not happy when they completely eliminated coach Mubiru at least they would have retained him as the assistant coach if they are to rebuild the team,” Ssimbwa said.
According to police, the suspects were picked up in connection to anonymous letters threatening to Kalema together with John Marry and Andrew Ssebowa among others including journalists in Entebbe municipality.
In his circular issued on Tuesday evening, the University Bursar, Evarist Bainomugisha said that the senate had allowed continuing students and first-years to proceed with their forthcoming examinations and clear the fees when the new system is fully operational.
According to Alex Akena one of the lawyers for Kidandala, they tried reaching Ssegirinya through his known phone number but were informed by the person who had the phone that he had been locked up at the Central Police Station (CPS) in Kampala.
The victims who are aged 18 to 30 years are crying foul after they were defrauded money ranging from 600,000 shillings to one million shillings as medical and ‘Interpol’ expenses for interview jobs in Uganda and other Arab cities like Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
According to the Commissioner Emergency Medical Services, John Baptist Waniaye Nambohe the devices will help the Ministry track the movements of the ambulances, fuel consumption and general efficiency.
The call comes following the arrival of 647,080 doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines at time when many Ugandans who received the first jab are waiting to receive their second jab. Preliminary records from the health ministry show that over 150,000 people are due for their second dose