The gang leader Alfred Okello Musoke was arrested together with two women; Mary Adong and Jennifer Apio, who were used to spy on their targets. The other arrested persons are Isaac Ivan Ochen, Walter Denis Komakech, Amos Okello and Otim Saidi Abelo, among others.
Justice Margret Oguli Oumo delivered the verdict this afternoon following an application by Buwembo seeking court permission to challenge Katos elections on the grounds of lack of the minimum academic qualifications, saying he failed the Uganda Certificate of Education UCE exams.
Police Spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi says that the Eritrean, Daniel Weldo, 32, had moved to Kampala because of the volatile situation in south Sudan, where he was running businesses. Weldo had saved 2 million Euros in an account in one of the Ugandan Banks.
Rwakafuuzi now wants court to compel government to pay him damages to atone for several violations of his rights to practice his legal profession, engage in free trade and business as enshrined in the Constitution and also for the inconvenience and embarrassment he suffered.
On the basis that they already had a sizeable number of children and faced financial constraints, the couple took the advice of the health Service provider and underwent the procedure with an assurance that Mary would never conceive again.
The vote, which brings hope for the reopening of the University, was held during an emergency general assembly held at Makerere University main hall this morning. 81 members voted in support of a motion to suspend the strike while 51 others wanted the strike to continue until their grievances are addressed.
The funds will be spent through the United Nations High Commission for Refugees UNHCR to provide protection activities, provisional shelter, water, sanitation, health services, treatment of malnourished children and food aid as well as creating livelihoods opportunities for refugees.
In a letter dated December 17, addressed to Makerere University Academic Staff Association-MUASA, Etyem explained that the provision will be reviewed after the special audit which is already underway adding that incentive arrears from this year will be cleared by June next year.
Dr. William Tayeebwa, a lecturer in the Mass Communication Department, told URN that whereas the payment of staff salary somehow cooled the lecturers tempers, majority are not happy because banks took off money from individual accounts faster than it had been paid.