Nyanzi wants the court to order that she be reinstated to her office at the Makerere Institute for Social Research-MISR, as a Research Fellow, and be paid her salary, benefits and emoluments with immediate effect. She also wants the court to compel Makerere University to consider her alleged long overdue application for promotion from the Post of Research Fellow to Senior Research Fellow.
At the inception of the power project, KIS according to the Public Relations and Marketing manager Joseph Mulindwa presumed that even Multinationals like Oil Palm Uganda Limited would be connected to the KIS grid. However, OPULs main crude oil facility remains not connected.
In more than 18 cases reported around Kampala Metropolitan Policing area, police verification teams have recovered several previously stolen vehicles that have been reportedly used during the escape of robbers and thieves. Five of these were recovered within the last one week.
According to health experts, polyethylene materials have been found to contain carcinogens, a substance capable of causing cancer. But despite the dangers, many Ugandans still use polyethylene material for packaging and steaming food.
Appearing before the commission of inquiry into land matters, Tendo said that he sought a full-time lease on the land but was given only a 5-year lease in 1992 on condition that he sets up a a an agricultural project contrary to his wish of putting up an Agro-business industry.
Members of Parliament sitting on the Committee on Science, Technology and Innovation have conceded to President Yoweri Musevenis objections in an earlier passed National Biotechnology and Bio-safety Bill 2012.
Richard Kiiza, the school head teacher says that the students reported for their final paper with a banned hairstyle forcing invigilators to chase them out of the examination room. They were only allowed back after shaving off the funny hair style.
The students, who were carrying placards reading Tuition must be decreased, disclosed that that early this month, the university administration increased tuition by 30 per cent on top of scrapping of bursaries and scholarships to needy students without their knowledge.
Preliminary findings indicate that the S.3 student of Kawempe Republic Secondary School committed suicide after her father Mugisha Kiraka dragged her together with her boyfriend to Nsangi Police Station after finding them having sex in his bedroom.
Cissy Kagaba, the Executive Director of the Anti-Corruption Coalition Uganda ACCU, told Uganda Radio Network that the policy is just a paper that comes on the pile of already existing anti-corruption laws and policies.
Prosecution also alleges that on September, 19th, 2018 Nyanzi willfully and repeatedly used electronic communication to post messages offensive in nature via Facebook, transmitted over the internet to disturb or attempted to disturb the peace, quiet or right of privacy of His Excellency the President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni with no Purpose of legitimate communication