The evictees are part of the Kiboga Twegatte Cooperative Society, who purchased the land in 2014. Government gave the group Shillings 3 billion to purchase land elsewhere and a private firm New Forest Company gave them an additional Shillings 1.5 billion for resettlement.
The report which was launched on Thursday at the Law Development Center in Kampala shows that reduction of the case backlog was as a result of the Case Backlog Reduction Strategy. The strategy involved implementation of mediation, plea bargaining, and small claims procedure.
Lamek Kigozi, the South Region Police Spokesperson confirmed the accident, saying all the passengers escaped unhurt. He says police have the bus to Lwengo police station as investigations into the accident are ongoing.
The nurses were cautioned by the State Minister for Education during the release of the 25th series on the Uganda Nurses and Midwives Examinations. Senindes remarks come at a time when a number of hospitals in the country are being sued for negligence.
Media reports indicate that Otti was killed by Kony for allegedly spying for the Government. Isaac Okwir, who works for the Justice and Reconciliation project, asked why court has delayed to confirm Ottis death yet some people who returned from the bush claim to have witnessed the brutal killing.
The production order was issued on Thursday by Justice Margaret Oumo Oguli. She directed the Attorney General and the Uganda Police Force to produce Omar in court without fail on Monday and show cause why he has been detained for more than 48 hours.
Mukungu, who claims to have returned from a Peace Keeping Mission in the Democratic of Congo-DRC, is accused of using his firearm to terrorize residents. His arrest comes a week after Soo Jun, the manager of Skyfat Leather industries lost Shillings 15 million to thugs at gun point in rock village.
Wangisi says that the mass vaccination will be conducted in two weeks time at government health facilities. He, however, says that the community will be sensitized on the importance of the vaccination exercise.
Taban Yasin, the Yumbe LC V Chairperson, says the district has mobilised some funds to support the funeral of the deceased learners. He also says he will present a report before council to allocate funds for installing lightning arresters at Mingoyo primary school, other institutions and public places in the district.
The Judiciary has objected to the presence of the Secretary to the Treasury and the Solicitor General on a proposed Judiciary Advisory Committee. The Judiciary Advisory Committee is provided for in the Administration of the Judiciary Bill that is currently before the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee for scrutiny.
Dr. Gino Abiriga, the Director Wananchi Clinic explained that he paid for the license but was yet to pick it from Kampala. His pleas to the team not to close his clinic and give him time to pick the license from Kampala fell on deaf ears.
Dr John Anguzu, the District Health Officer in Nakapiripirit says while health personnel are struggling to ensure that all TB patients are treated, some skip or abandon treatment altogether. Dr Anguzu says some of the patients relocate and others ignore treatment just after a few days.
Addressing journalists on Thursday Besigye said that the intention and recruitment of LDUs has nothing to do with managing crime, but managing politics. Dr Besigye claims that this move is part of governments plan to eliminate political opponents arguing that such security measures by the president were laughable.
Alex Ssemogerere, the chairperson of National Teachers Union in Kyotera district confirms some schools heads in the area have become so restrictive to the program implementers for fear of clashing with parents.
Speaking at a public policy dialogue on revisiting the tax regime at Uganda Management Institute, Kasaija, a golfer, told the attentive audience that a year ago he visited Uganda Golf Club and was shocked with the poor attendance by members.
Minister Kasaija said recently as he returned from eastern Uganda, in Namayingo District he found tens of thousands of pupils and students returning home and this triggered thoughts on how to deal with the youth unemployment question before it becomes toxic.