Their recruitment and subsequent deployment come at the time when the Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo has over and over again said that he dreams of a Judiciary where each sub-county will have a Magistrates Court and Ugandans will not have to travel for long distances to seek justice in courts like it is at the moment.
The Speaker, Anita Among has confirmed to the House that the Parliamentary Commission held a meeting with President Yoweri Museveni in which they resolved to have a ‘One Stop Centre’ to accommodate offices of legislators.
Maj Kabona adds that MPs can task LCs to show them the people they recommended because all the successfully recruited candidates had the letters from their respective villages showing that they were residents of such areas, well behaved and above all, known by local leaders.
Quinto Owot, the vice-chairperson organizing committee for the beatification of Fr. Ambrosoli said only one bone of Fr. Ambrosoli will be kept at Kalongo Catholic Parish and unveiled on November 20, 2022, when Fr. Ambrosoli will be beatified.
Prime Minister, Robinah Nabbanja says that the government of Uganda is not training any rebel groups in any part of the country and outside.
She pledged that the Minister of Defence, Vincent Ssempijja would present a statement to parliament in regard to the matter.
Mabirizi once told Uganda Radio Network that he wanted to be remembered for having been a champion for the rule of law and a Ugandan who did what was within his means to challenge those with power if their decisions did not follow what is provided in the laws.
Dr. Mugimba says that under the new lower secondary curriculum, Swahili had already been listed as a compulsory subject in Senior One and Two and as an elective in Senior Three and Four, which means that schools have been implementing it and thus should be rolled over as learners’ progress to the next class.
Uganda Prison Spokesperson, Frank Baine, says that their investigations show fraudsters fabricated the lists of purportedly selected applicants to create panic. He explained that the scammers gathered information on those interviewed during the recruitment process, which they used to contact them for money.
Alii Kiseka Ongwech the Pakumu Cell LCI Chairperson, says that they had not received their payments for the last financial year yet their colleagues in other lower local governments had received their pay.
The school Headteacher, Lilian Lwendeire Kawaya, says that they did not suffer significant damage because the teachers responded swiftly and put out the fire. She says they have handed over the matter to the police for thorough investigations.
Musimami, who has since started performing duties of a cultural leader, insists that he has come in at a time when the Bagwere need a unifier, adding that he has been yarning to work for and develop Bugwere. Musimami has called upon his rivals to join him to build Bugwere.
Yona Wasswa, the chairperson of NCPD, says they want the size of the interpreter to be the same as that of the other news anchors. According to Wasswa, the space that was allocated to sign language interpreters is too small, which makes it hard for the deaf to understand what is being communicated.
The draft report, which is the country's account from 2012 on the observance of the Conventions on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), shows that while Uganda has many laws to promote the rights of persons with disabilities, many of them are not implemented.