Isiko was initially sentenced to two years in prison for cyber harassment and offensive communication. But he challenged the sentence by the Buganda Road Grade one Magistrate Gladys Kamasanyu saying that she erred in law when she changed his plea of not guilty to a guilty plea.
The 2017 report of the Country Policy and Institutional Assessment CPIA for Africa, released today, covers 38 countries and describes the progress the countries are making on improving the quality of their policies and institutions.
Nzoghu says that during the course of last week, he noticed people trailing him from home and around different spots in Kampala. He says that although he does not know why he is being trailed, he needs assurance from the government that his security is guaranteed.
Kyambadde said she has often bickered with traffic officers who stop trucks with the sole purpose of asking for bribes. She was speaking at a meeting organized to update stakeholders on the progress of developing the Uganda National Trade Portal at Hotel Africana in Kampala, today.
In a press statement issued by Julius Mucunguzi, the Communications Advisor of Rugunda, Rugunda noted that the extension is meant to allow for the on-going consultations by the two teams to be finalized.
According to the requirements, students applying to enroll in PTCs must have passed with a minimum of a credit in English and Mathematics and two principal passes in any science subjects such as Biology, Chemistry, Agriculture or Physics.
The Principal State Attorney Lino Anguzo said that the lawyers of the applicant erred in law when a civil related application was served to the DPP. He advised that the DPP be struck off from the case and the case be instituted against the Attorney General of Uganda.
Prior to visiting Makindye Police barracks, the Mufti consulted Lt. Gen. Gutti who gave green light to the visit. Armed with the authorisation notice, the Mufti and his delegation stormed Makindye Military barracks this morning but were turned away without any explanation.
The operation that started on Tuesday follows a spate of recent road accidents which police has attributed to reckless driving and driving without permits. The impounded motorcycles and vehicles are being kept at Hoima Police Station.
Jackson Omona, the Kitgum District LC5 Chairperson explains that the debt accrued from the recruitment of civil servants without approval from the Ministry of Public Service leading to an understatement of salaries.