Eric Sabiiti petitioned the Constitutional Court, seeking an interim order to bar Parliament from debating handouts to government officials involved in a tax arbitration case between Uganda and Heritage Oil.
Prosecution led by Rachael Bikhole told Jinja Chief Magistrate John Francis Kaggwa, that the state had adduced enough evidence to pin the suspects. They face 41 counts of treason, terrorism, murder, attempted murder, and aggravated robbery.
In a letter dated 11th January addressed to the Minister of Education and Sports,Janet Kataha Museveni, the UBC Managing Director Winston Agaba noted that they needed up to 2.5 Billion Uganda shillings for both the African cup of nations fees and rights just to show the tournament.
Top on the list is St Kizito Primary School that registered 118 pupils in first grade and 4 others in second grade out of the 122 pupils that sat for the 2016 exams. Since 1998, St. Kizito, a Catholic funded primary school has been posting impressive grades in PLE exams.
Denis Kamuchene, the Omoro District Police commander, says the fire broke out when a petrol jerry can stored in the house caught fire from a kerosene lantern. According to Kamuchene, Akello died while attempting to put off the fire.
The results released by the Uganda National Examinations Board UNEB today indicate that 37,265 of these are boys while 26,135 are girls. This represents 6 and 4.2 respectively of the 640,833 candidates who sat for the examinations.
International Oil Companies spent over 3.6 billion shillings 1Million for exploration data without approval from government as required by the production sharing agreements. The money is a recoverable cost as per the agreement between government and Oil Companies.The 2016 Auditor Generals report says the failure to monitor and track costs may according to Auditor General result into International Oil Companies incurring costs which may not be approved as recoverable, which may lead to arbitration.
High Court in Jinja has set Friday, January 13 to decide on the bail application filed by Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere. Mumbere has been in jail since his arrest on November 27 last year, when the army raided his palace. More than 100 people died during the clashes.
The gunmen whisked the trio into a waiting Saloon car registration number UAZ 992 M and drove off being escorted by a Police patrol car. The trio has been facing charges of treason, concealment of treason and murder.
Fort Portal Municipal Council has turned to the government for funds to complete the municipal chambers. Fort Portal Mayor, Rev. Willy Muhanga, says the local revenue is inadequate to complete the chambers.
Jessica Anena, the Focal Person Youth Livelihood Project Gulu district, says Lalonyo has been paying back the funds in installment through Police. According to Anena, Lalonyo made the last installment of Shillings 6 million in December 2016.
Ibin Ssenkumbi, the Rwizi region police spokesperson says during his arrest, Kibuye was found in possession of 4 tins of Tanzanite crystallizer powder and other chemicals used to produce fake currency.