The license reverted to government after Tullow wrote-it-off due to the complex geological formations, which they described as uneconomical. Tullow had been carrying out appraisal work to enable understanding the amount of oil in place and commercial value.
John Kashaka along with Bamutura are accused of abusing their offices when they allegedly signed a final contract with the bicycle supply firm Amman Industrial Tools and Equipment Ltd (Aitel) for delivery of 70,000 bicycles, without the approval of the Contracts Committee.
Kasagama Patrick, one of the group members presented the petition demanding the return of 75 titled pieces of land and properties still withheld by Uganda land Commission, Compensation for wear and tear of all assets and properties during the time they were withheld in Central government and Return of all Counties and Sub County headquarters within their territory.
The initial program was to have the celebration marked tomorrow May 15th, 2014. However President Yoweri Museveni indicated that he would not be available on the planned date. He instead advised that the function be pushed to May 17th, when he will be available.
Godfrey Alionzi, the municipal council engineer says in the next six months, authorities will be implementing the program which involves working on the roads and building the abattoir which will be located in River Oli division in Arua municipality. The roads to be constructed are Enyau road, Lemerijoa road and Iddi Amin road.
The EC this morning through its lawyer Tom Magezi appeared before the court to explain why it had not paid its share of the bill of costs that arose from a 2011 petition against the electoral body and former Rubaga North MP Singh Katongole.
Puzzling about the church is the fact that it encourages spiritual healing instead of treatment of patients. Itâ€™s suspected that on the basis of this argument, one of the believers lost her life while waiting for spiritual healing within the church premises at Kony-Paco.
On saturday, the subjects under their umbrella group, â€˜Amacumu ne Bitara bya Rukirabasaijaâ€™ literally meaning the Kingâ€™s Spears and Swords, started a four-day-walk to Parliament from Fort Portal Town to present a petition seeking the return of â€˜Ebyaituâ€™
Such groups are supposed to be working on the roads in Muhanga town council but according to the locals and leaders at lower levels, the road gangs are non-existent. The localâ€™s haven now petitioned the district leadership for possible intervention.
In one of the cases, Lakony John, a resident of West-land Parish succumbed to gunshot wounds sustained during a robbery in May. Richard Oringa, a businessman wounded in the same incident is still admitted at St. Josephâ€™s hospital.
The hospital had closed after River Nyamwamba burst its banks, gushing water to neighboring villages and cutting off transport in what seemed to be a repeat of the 2013 deadly floods that ravaged the area.