Parliamentâ€™s Standing Committee on Rules, Privileges and Discipline Committee has recommended to Parliament that General David Sejusa ceases to be a Member of Parliament and that the process of replacing him is immediately initiated.
The committee moved under Article 83(1) (d) of the Constitution of Uganda and Rule 101 (10) of Parliaments Rules of Procedure.
Ssimbwa says chapter seven of the Act will be strengthened by providing that properties owned or controlled by a person convicted of the offence of corruption or embezzlement or abuse of office be confiscated.
Members of Parliament have demanded government to produce the report on the investigations carried out in the 16th March 2010 Kasubi Royal Tombs fire that gutted the main House of Muzibu Azaala Mpanga.
TPeace Kyarisiima, a businesswoman in Lumbugu trading center says she opened two maize mills in the district in August but she was surprised to receive a bill of 58 million after working for only 20 days.
Yunus Byaruhanga alias Musalamu a special hire driver in Kabale town town is said to have been picked by a group of un identified people who asked him to transport them to Lake Bunyonyi but Never returned.
Florence Adokorach, presenting the petition, appealed to Parliament through the government to lobby United Nations Agencies and other humanitarian agencies for a humanitarian emergency response and infrastructure development for LRA affected communities in the region.
According to the report by Rwenzori Network for Sanitation, in some schools there is one toilet shared by Girls and Boys. The report also states that absenteeism among girls is high especially when they approach their menstruation cycle, since they have anywhere to change or dispose sanitary pads.
The team which dominated the 2013 IAAF World Mountain Running Championships in Poland over a month ago, comprises; gold medalist Philip Kiplimo (Prisons Club), silver medalist Geoffrey Kusuro (Arua Club) and Bronze medalist Nathan Kibet (Alpha Club).
Josephine Angucia, the regional police spokesperson for West Nile says that statements recorded by the first group indicate that the men were lured by promises of job opportunities in Juba, south Sudan where they would be paid up to USD 30 on a daily basis.
Rev. Father Simon Peter Lokodo, the State Minister for Ethics and Integrity says the schools being investigated are Gayaza High School, Makerere Secondary School, Kibuli High and Nalya Secondary School.
Trouble for Lukwago started last week after he announced plans to address various rallies in the city to explain his position on the KCCA tribunal report, which found implicated him for alleged incompetence, abuse of office and misconduct.