Mbale district leaders have clashed with traders over ghost vendors.
A team of officials led by Paul Nangoli the Mbale Resident District Commissioner faced rough time this afternoon as they attempted to convince market vendors to vacate Mbale Main Supermarket to pave way for redevelopment.
The 2005 peace agreement ended the devastating 22-year conflict between north and south Sudan and paved the way for an independence referendum in January, in which southerners voted almost unanimously to secede.
Over 900 striking students of St. Kagwa High School in Bushenyi district were on Friday sent home. The students who had held a peaceful demonstration and walked a 3km stretch to the district head quarters to meet the district education officer, turned violent at night destroying school property.
Uganda Human Rights Commission has awarded Mutwalib Mulempi, a resident of Madibira village in Kaliro shillings 4 million in damages after he was shot cops. The ruling was made today by Commissioner Mariam Wangadya at Uganda Human Rights Commissions Office in Jinja.
Godwin Obong, a clinical officer is in trouble for allegedly supplying fake sunflower seeds to over 1000 farmers in Alebtone district. Obong has been arrested for supplying fake seeds to farmers claiming that they were from Mukwano Industries.
Lombardi noted that peace, reconciliation and respect for universal rights, especially religious liberty are the fundamental pillars, upon which to construct the new sociopolitical circumstances of the region.
Oxfam international spokesperson, said on Wednesday that the U.N. Security Council had initially planned to deploy some 7,000 peacekeepers to Southern Sudan ahead of its independence, but some council members want to send fewer troops.
Several school children and teachers at Mutema primary school in Amuru district are beaming with excitement following the acquisition of a computer laboratory. The computer laboratory is equipped with new ten desktop computers, internet connection, a printer and solar power. The facilities are part of an 800 million shillings project by the World Vision.
Doctor Aggrey Byamukama alias Happiness Akasigazi, who was arrested for concealing treason, is out on bail. Byamukama was granted bail this afternoon, by Buganda road chief magistrate Eleanor Mary Khainza.
Tension is high between leaders of Nebbi town council and civil society organization over the delay to tarmac 0.6 Kilometer Uringi road stretch. Ministry of Works contracted Mukalazi Technical Services LTD in 2008 to tarmac Uringi road at a cost of shillings 235 million.
Sickle cell patients in and around Gulu are having something to smile about following a move by St Maryâ€™s hospital, Lacor to establish a clinic to treat the disease at subsidized rates. Over 1000 patients have so far benefited from the program.