The veterans of the 1981-1986 war claim that they have not benefited from the compensation scheme and want the top executive of Luweero triangle war veterans association to be investigated and dismissed for mismanagement.
The Parliamentary Committee on Public Service and Local Government has requested the Speaker, Rebecca Kadaga, to extend its investigation into the botched local council bicycle scheme by another one week, after new evidence was brought forward that requires new witnesses to be summoned.
Members of Parliament hailing from the West Nile sub region have given Gen. Salim Saleh, the presidential adviser on defense one week to vacate part of the Barifa forest which he reportedly occupied illegally.
Small scale farmers in Uganda are being starved of capital to develop because of their lack of proper structures. This remains a challenge for investors who want to give them an opportunity to increase income and access to markets.
At least thirty schools in Buyende district have no female teachers, a challenge that has forced Universal Primary Education head teachers to appoint male teachers to perform the work of Senior Women teachers.
Maj. Gen Kale Kaihura, the Inspector General of Police is accusing Activists for Change of training youths in terror tactics. Kaihura claims that police have information that there are youth being trained in Afghanistan and have infiltrated the country.