Harriet Businge, the Minister of education in Bunyoro explains that over the last one month, stakeholders have been drawing out a work plan to have the university in place. These stakeholders include political leaders at local and national levels, central government officials and educationalists among others.
Labeja states that the municipality has received several complaints of theft masterminded by the street children. He adds that taking them off the streets will not only improve safety for town dwellers, but will also get rid of the mess brought about by the Presence of street children.
They were arrested during a joint operation mounted by police in collaboration with fisheries authorities at Bugana, Kadenge and Bisa islands located in Sigulu sub county, Namayingo district on Thursday May 1.
The newly launched cattle restocking program gives Village chairpersons, executives and parish chiefs the mandate to identify vulnerable people to benefit from it. At least six needy families are selected in each parish.
At least 80 percent of boreholes serving communities in Kitgum Town Council have been contaminated by faecal material from nearby pit latrines, the district water officer has warned. Oryem Peter Okema says several boreholes and pit latrines sunk to serve displaced persons that took refuge in Kitgum Town Council during the Lordâ€™s Resistance Army insurgency have not been decommissioned.
The investigation comes after a resident collapsed and died following a rumor that his wife had drowned in the flooding waters of River Kithakena. The deceased was identified as Lawrence Mulekya, 35, a resident of Maliba trading center in Maliba sub-county.
According to the University\'s Deputy vice Chancellor Professor Callistus Baliddawa, the university target was to enroll 5000 students in the first 5 years and up to 1000 students in the first 10 years of existence. However in the past the student population has stagnated between 3000-4000.
Daudi Kaunhe Wakhooli, the acting Kyabazinga pledged to reinstate the Busoga Lukiiko and prepare for fresh election for the Kyabazinga of Busoga within 60 days after the approval of a new kingdom constitution.
The Project is intended to improve service delivery in Kampala with enhanced focus on upgrading and expanding the road network in the city. It will involve expanding and improving the road network, improving linkages between city suburbs, reducing congestion and easing movement of people and business.
The second division army court martial has sentenced two soldiers and a civilian to serve 40 years in jail for murder. Corporal Griffin Rubihirwa alias Katiku whose service number is RA 173887, Private Rub Wandugu with number RA 175017 and Elizabeth Kyomuhangi were found guilty of killing Dan Amumpiire, a businessman in Bushenyi in October 2010.