Sembuule is said to have borrowed 7 billion shillings for capital development from Bank of Baroda and has failed to pay back the loan. The bank now wants to take over the plant which is worth 50 billion shillings.
The MPs say they do not see enhanced security measures in the country, even after armed men believed to be al Shabaab members raided Westgate Shopping Mall in Nairobi killing 62 people and injuring 175 others.
An online petition calling for Minister Kibuuleâ€™s resignation over his reckless comments on rape victims has already gathered close to 500 signatures three hours after it was started. Speaker Kadaga has also asked the minister to make a formal apology to the Ugandan public over the statements he made over the weekend.
General Katumba Wamala says Allied Democratic Forcesâ€“ ADF leader Jamil Mukulu could be behind the three-day siege on the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi that left 62 people dead and 175 others injured.
Jacob Oboth Oboth, the West Budama MP acknowledged the fact that many teachers are suffering under the burden of multiple loans to make ends meet. He however, said to avoid being labeled named and raising suspicion they should reconsider their position and go back to class.
Traders from Fort Portal are barely represented. There were only two traders from Fort Portal selling second hand clothes. Richard Rwakijuma, one of the traders, blames the low turn up of local traders to high fees charged by the organizers.
A URN reporter went around public places in Mbale town and established that apart from a few banks, several public places like shopping malls, bus parks, taxi parks, markets and entertainment centres are still not cautious and have taken no step at all to tighten security.
The suspects were found hiding in swamps with flasks full of porridge for feeding their children during the period of the immunization claiming their religion forbids immunisation. The same sect preaches against sending children to school.
Lango Diocese Bishop Rev. John Charles Odur says that seeking for forgiveness and accepting to reconcile with other tribes are very essential in rebuilding Northern Uganda, a region which was ravaged by war for over two decades
The suspects allegedly lured a 22-year old student to sell to them one of his kidneys in return for Shs200 million and a posh house in Entebbe, which promises never materialized and yet his kidney was taken.