The police search for information linking Action Aid Uganda to illicit financial transactions for funding illegal activities came to a conclusion Thursday afternoon. But the search at Great Lakes Institute for Strategic Studies GLISS in Ntinda continues.
There was chaos in parliament on Thursday as MPs waited to debate the much-anticipated motion on amending the presidential age limit. The House was unusually filled to capacity leaving a number of MPs standing while others sat on the floor.
Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has this afternoon adjourned the parliament sitting amidst chaos. Oulanyah said that MPs were not ready to sit and that he as the presiding officer was also not ready to chair a House where MPs are not ready to sit. Describing these as big problems, Oulanyah adjourned parliament to Tuesday next week.
Currently, more than three billion people live without access to clean cook-stoves, according to the Global Tracking Framework, a joint initiative by the World Bank and the International Energy Agency to monitor progress toward the sustainable development energy goals.
The EU called on the Ugandan authorities to guarantee the fundamental freedoms of expression and assembly enshrined in the Ugandan constitution, which in particular provides the right of all citizens to fully express their civil and political rights without fear of intimidation.
Recently, Adevia Health invited nurses for interviews on September 20 and 21st, 2017 for deployment in the United States. According to its website, Adevia Health recruits nurses and doctors to work in the Middle East and the USA.
In anticipation of the move, almost all legislators turned up for the sitting unusually filling the house to capacity. Nakawa Division MP Micheal Kabaziguruka, who has been bedridden after a nasty accident a few months ago, equally showed up in an ambulance and was supported into the chambers to attend what had been dubbed as a historical sitting.
In the 2016/2017 academic year 3,575 students applied for the loans. According to the break down, 614 of the 4218 loan applications were rejected at data entry and review levels, leaving 3,604 that were processed.
The statement comes barely a day after a raid on offices of Action Aid Uganda in Kansanga and Great Lakes Institute for Strategic Studies in Ntinda, allegedly to search for evidence of illicit financial transactions.
There is chaos around parliament areas as police battles different groups of protestors opposed to the presidential age limit removal. Inside Parliament premises, police has heavily deployed with a number of arrests carried out. Visitors have also been prohibited from accessing the parliament building today.