Lawrence Serugunda, the Buwekula Saza chief describes the campaign as malicious, provocative and practically impossible. He adds that the move is against the history and sovereignty of the great Buganda kingdom.
The Public Accounts Committee of Parliament has today heard that Ugandaâ€™s education system is generally poor due to lack of teachers at different levels. A review of the Education Standards Agencyâ€”ESA monitoring report by the Auditor General in the year ending June 2011 noted that Universal Primary and Secondary schools are operating without adequate numbers of teachers.
Ogwal Khasule, the Greater Masaka Region Traffic Officer, has resumed work after two months of suspension over alleged corruption. In October this year, Maxwell Ogwal, the Regional Police Commander suspended Khasule from office after a group of drivers accused him soliciting bribes from them.
Kasese district male councillor for PWDs Banjo Masereka expresses concern that several of their functions have not been attended by leaders despite having them invited. He was speaking at the district celebrations to mark the international day for PWDs at Mpondwe primary school on Wednesday.
The move is part of the campaign to identify true Muslim communities and expose those individuals disguising themselves as Muslims to engage in terrorism and recruitment of children into rebel activities.
Mzee Emmanuel Eyaru, one of the residents claimed that while traveling back to Kaberamaido from Soroti early last month they were stopped at a roadblock by cops who asked each passenger for money before they allowed them to proceed with their journey.