In 1979, Warren Tumushabe left his village for the long trip to Kampala after being invited by his relatives who were working as cooks at Makerere University. He was soon hired by the university to do slashing and other casual cleaning work. This started his love affair with Makerere that, 37 years later, Tumushabe is still working as a guard at Livingstone Hall.
URA Commissioner General Doris Akol says the authority has over the years faced challenges in collection of withholding tax from government entities, which forces the tax body to recover its monies from district and government accounts.
FDC Lawyer Moses Byamugisha says they received information that the group was going to be transferred to Beni, in the Democratic Republic of Congo for trial. He says the party has engaged a Kinshasa based law firm to defend its members in court as political refugees seeking asylum rather than rebels.
Ssebuwufu was released by Justice Wilson Masalu Musene on a cash bail of 10 million Shillings while his three sureties; Tamale Mirundi, Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata and Hajji Abdul Karim were each granted a non-cash bond of 100 Million Shillings.
High Court Judge Duncan Gaswaga confirmed the charges against the 15 after weighing evidence presented by the prosecution and found that indeed there is sufficient incriminating evidence for the suspects to stand trial.
Justice Oyuko asked Rutabalengya, if he was the kingdom lawyer and the minister said that he wasnt. He said he was standing-in temporarily until the kingdom gets a lawyer. His comments threw the court in bouts of laughter. Justice Oyuko ordered the two kingdom officials who seemed embarrassed, to sit down, noting that he was not ready to listen to them since they are not lawyers.
John Rwajekare, an 80-year-old resident of Kibugu cell says they trek over 10-kilometers to Chuho water source in Nyakabande Sub County, one of the biggest water sources in the District to fetch water.
Uganda Radio Network has learnt that the first attack happened in Gor hill while the other involving an Eco Bus travelling from Uganda to South Sudan at Lor hill. A fuel tanker was hit with several gunfire at Gor hill, just like the bus at Lor hill, a few Kilometres after Nimule town.
Thousands of people have applied for plots in the planned international border market in Okuti parish, Orom Sub- County in Kitgum district. Records at the district land office indicate that at least 60,000 people have applied for plots in the surrounding area, leaving only 40,000 slots to be applied for.
There is concern that the agreements will only make it harder for Africa to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals SDGs. Analysts say the agreements seem designed to completely remove whatever leverage remains for Africa to transform its economies.
The closed buildings include; Kings Hotel, the Boss Hotel and Byebiraho Beer Depot. Another closed building belongs to Pastor James Tumwijukye, the Bishop of Pentecostal Assemblies of God- Kabale Branch and another whose owner could not be readily established.
Born 1947 to Sir George Kamurasi Rukidi III and Omugo Kezia Byanjeru at Kabarole Hospital, in Fort Portal, Mugenyi studied at Budo Junior School and Buhinga Indian Junior School, before joining Nyakasura School in 1966-1969.
Omodo Omodo was arrested yesterday by police along Maruzi road in Lira town. He had accompanied Engineer Odongo Okune, the director of Uganda Road Fund to commission a youth office belonging to Bodaboda Motorcycle Association in Lira town when he was arrested.