“Contrary to section 69 (1) (a) which limits the University council from reviewing or amending the students’ Guild constitution, the chairperson University council, Lorna Magara (Mrs.) acted outside the provisions of the laws governing the creation and governance of the students’ guild by constitution members of the University Council to review the student’ Guild constitution without students’ representatives. Mrs. Lorna Magara actions were rushed, irrational, and illegal,” part of the petition reads
As Turyaguenda was holding his campaign rally at Kashaka village, Nombe ward, Kwizera drove in at around 02:15 PM amidst tight police and UPDF protection. He was accompanied by Abel Bizimana, the Kisoro District LC 5 chairman, and Richard Towdong, the NRM Secretary General.
Muyizzi says the sessions shall sit on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in open court except where necessary in chambers to hear the over 800 complaints filed. On Tuesday, the court had invited 10 parties but couldn't attend to them all since much of the early afternoon was spent in the opening ceremony.
Sendegeya explained that while on his duties, he was stopped near Padre Pio School in Kikunyu and Busunju Police Station by a person he described as a young child due to his physical appearance who asked him to take him to Ssembogo.
Matia Kakooza, the former Kimanya-Kabonera Division LC III Chairperson, who was listed among the targets, says the threats cannot be taken lightly, adding that they resolved to call for security meetings in the affected cells to find ways of neutralizing the threats.
In June this year, President Yoweri Museveni announced that he had lifted the ban on DGF until December 2022 but with the government represented in the facility's decision-making. The announcement followed a meeting between the president and the Danish Minister for Development Cooperation, Flemming Miller Mortensen.
“It is alleged that the MP had received a bribe of 40 million. The Inspectorate of Government received a call from the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Parliament about the matter and we are going to investigate and if found culpable, will be arraigned in court,” Ali Munira, the Manager of Strategic Partnerships and Public Relations at the Inspectorate of Government said.
Court heard that on June 15 2022 at 10 pm while at Kiyanja Zone , Kyengera Town Council in Wakiso District, the group robbed Peter Wahadatu of his motorcycle Registration number UFJ 779M red in color. It is alleged that they were in possession of a Sub Machine Gun-SMG rifle which is a monopoly of the Defense Forces.
Joyce Namigadde, the Luwero District Probation Officer explains that the rampant teenage pregnancies are a result of abject poverty in homes, domestic violence, lack of parental guidance, and prolonged lockdown triggered by COVID-19 among other factors.
Judith Nabakooba, the Minister of Lands, Housing, and Urban Development, says that following a fact-finding mission on the land by the government, the president has accepted to buy off the land in favor of the residents to allow them to settle peacefully. She says that the government will process land titles for all Bibanja holders on the contested land and also compensate them for the destruction caused to their properties.
“We contend that Makerere University, being a premier University in Uganda, Africa, and the world at large, which is also celebrating 100 years of existence and excellence deserves a water-tight, meticulous process of searching and appointment of her Vice-chancellor, members of the Top Management and Senior Academic Staff,” reads the letter.
Nalwanga Lwanga, the secretary of Kigwanya market, says that the land around Busega market belongs to individuals. She said that the market was built on 3-acres of land, which was used up. She also said that the parking, which the minister wants to create was built on the rooftop of the market.
Olympia Mugarura, the National Chairperson of the Uganda Science Laboratory Professionals Association, says that they were earning Shillings 377,000 under scale U7 Upper and their money was increased to Shillings 550,000, which they say is too little compared to their colleagues.
A few hiccups included mixing up names on ballots, failure by machines to read the bio data of some voters. IEBC says the voters have turned out in large numbers to vote across the country. Polling stations across the country opened up at 6am.