According to Ankunda, during his tour of the training camp in Kasese on Friday, President Yoweri Museveni suggested the establishment of a specialized Mountain warfare training institute to train and equip the armed forces to secure and guarantee security on all the mountains in the country.
Robert Ssempala, the Coordinator of Human Rights Network for Journalist Uganda says plans are underway to table the bill before parliament bill, officials from Uganda Media Council have embarked on a countrywide tour to register journalists, editors and media house owners as part of their strategy to gather signatures in support of the bill.
Tayebwa says the committee will make sure the work is accomplished within a weeks time. He says that as the chairperson of the finance budget committee of the university, he is conversant with the financial situation in the university and will work to ensure that the issues raised are addressed.
Rosemary Nantale, also a resident of the barracks, says initially when they heard the gunshots they though the barracks was under attack only to find several people dead including a soldier. According to Nantale, Obuas wife had gone out of the barracks by the time the shooting started.
Speaking to URN in an interview on Friday at their temporary training ground at Kyambogo University, Kibonge says they have prepared enough mentally and physically to beat Vipers so that the trophy goes to West Nile.
In 2014, Tooro Kingdom loyalists successfully petitioned parliament for the return of Kingdom assets and properties. The campaign spearheaded by a youth group referred to as Amacumu ne Bitara bya Rukirabasaija involved a 300km walk from Fort portal to Kampala to deliver the petition to parliament.
However, Elly Magwara, the Kasese Vice chairperson opposed the construction of a remand home in the district and instead proposed the construction of rehabilitation center. According to Magwara, most of the children are in conflict with the law due to lack of counseling and guidance.