Legislators sitting on the Public Accounts Committee PAC this afternoon learnt that the land title for Kawempe police station in Kampala district is missing. The MPs learnt that there has not been a trace for the land title in the Uganda Land Commission ULC offices since 2010.
The trio was earlier in the day convicted by the Anti-Corruption Court for fraudulently budgeting 88.2 billion Shillings as civil servants contribution to National Social Security Fund NSSF well knowing that public servants are exempted from contributing to NSSF.
Reverend Jackson Rutoosha, the School Head Teacher, says that the students have been sent home after a meeting with stakeholders today. He says Senior Six students who begin examinations on Monday will have to commute from their homes.
Luwaga, a parliamentary contender from Bukoto Midwest constituency in Lwengo district was found guilty of assaulting a journalist Shamim Jjingo Nakawooya on October 28 2015 at Masaka Regional Police Headquarters.
The funding was announced today by Christos Stylianides, the EU commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management who is currently in Uganda. He is visiting the Bidibidi; a new settlement that has become one of the largest refugee-hosting areas in the world.
The report, released at the UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakech Morrocco, says countries have not done much to put into actions their Climate action plans eleven months since the Paris Climate Change Agreement was signed.
Kigezi Region Police Spokesperson Elly Maate says several complaints had been lodged by travelers who have lost handbags, phones and other valuables and others whose vehicles were broken into. All complaints were against bodaboda cyclists, some of who were also accused of rape.
Lwamafa was convicted alongside the former Principal Accountant in the Pensions Department Christopher Obey, and Stephen Kiwanuka Kunsa, the former Director Research and Development. The three were jointly accused of fraudulently budgeting 88.2 billion Shillings as civil servants contribution to National Social Security Fund NSSF well knowing that public servants are exempted from contributing to NSSF.
Government recently announced that up to 1.3 million people in were in dire need of food aid due to poor harvests. The situation is so unprecedented that parents in the district of Kalungu now pack the drought-tolerant mango fruit for children instead of a meal at school.
About 200 students started a violent strike on Wednesday night demanding for the immediate transfer of their Chaplain, Reverend Judith Atwongeire whom they accused of being too tough, dictatorial and non-supportive. Atwongeire has served at the school for two years.
The forged signature was on a document that the Chief Justice purportedly used to hand over Diplomatic Hotel Muyenga, a property owned by businessman Bonny Katatumba, to Shukla Mukesh, the Chief Executive Officer of Shumuk group of companies.
The Fund, proposed by the Banks Integrity and Anti-Corruption Department IACD, will fund measures supporting the repatriation of stolen assets and alleviating the financial drain from illicit outflows on the Banks Regional Member Countries.
The accused include former permanent secretary, Jimmy Lwamafa, the former Principal Accountant in the Pensions Department Christopher Obey, and Stephen Kiwanuka Kunsa, the former Director Research and Development.