The MPs Muhammad Nsereko, Theodore Ssekikubo, Barnabas Tinkasimire and Allan Ssewanyana, are expected to appear before the Criminal Investigations Department in Kibuli on Tuesday September 19 at 11a.m. They will appear before Assistant Commissioner of Police Francis Olugu.
Walter Elakas Ekiring, the Katakwi District LC V Chairperson, says the Local Ministry halted the proposed creation of the two sub counties until the land dispute between the community in Magoro Sub County and Uganda Wildlife Authority is resolved.
The government plans to increase hydropower generation from the current 825 Megawatts to 2500 Megawatts in the next two years or 2020. Two flagship large hydropower projects are under construction. Karuma is expected to produce 600 MW while Isimba will have 180 MW of power generated.
The activists under the White Angels umbrella took over the city streets early morning dressed in while overall with inscriptions denouncing the proposed constitutional amendment. They used the sound of a ringing bell to capture public attention, followed by a message encouraging Ugandans to rise up and block the amendment.
Sematimba, the National Resistance Movement - NRM party candidate had been thrown out of Parliament on grounds that he did not have the requisite qualifications for the post.The minimum qualification for a Member of Parliament is the Advanced Certificate of Education.
Nakumatt has been faced with financial woes that have seen several stores close down both in Uganda and Kenya, as day by day, the shelves were becoming emptier. It was revealed that the company was collapsing as a result of multi-billion Shillings debts to suppliers, banks and tax bodies.
According to Walusimbi, before her death, the late Nanozi told them to lay her remains at her ancestral home in Kilwaza-Kigavu village in Luweero district. Walusimbi says the ancestral home is the same place where the deceaseds father Silliman Ssebirumbi Mulwaza II, aunts and other relatives are buried.
Hundreds of Christians turned up at St.Johns Cathedral Kabarole on Sunday for the funeral service of Asta Balya Amooti, the widow of the late Bishop Abel Balya. Asta Balya died on Friday at her home in Bunyonyi in Hakibale Sub County, after suffering a stroke a year ago. Balya was the first African Bishop in East and Central Africa who spread the gospel in Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Congo and Sudan. He died in November 1979 at the age of 102.