Appearing before the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee, Commissioners Peter Ogwang, Arinaitwe Rwakajara, Robina Nabbanja and Cecilia Ogwal denied knowledge that Obore’s job was on the line following a report by the Inspector General of Government (IGG), Irene Mulyagonja.
Juliao says crossing the emergency threshold is a significant gain made in eliminating persistent water crisis in Bidi Bidi refugee Settlement. He says before crossing the threshold, agencies had to collect and treat water from River Nile, a distance of more than 50 Kilometers using water bowser tracks for refugees to access water every day.
Last week, support staff under their umbrella association Busitema University Support Staff Association (Bussa) protested the destruction of their gardens by the university administration. The staff said more than 10 hectares of their gardens comprising cassava and potatoes that were ready for harvesting were destroyed.
In the petition filed in the Constitutional Court by Initiative for Social Economic Rights, (ISER) a civil society organization, they state that the resolution by Parliament is unconstitutional because the entire procedures leading to the approval of the resolution were improper.
UBOS is the principal government statistics agency. The population reached 40 million on Thursday at 4:00AM according to UBOS population clock (https://www.ubos.org/) which updates population almost per minute.
The URSB Deputy Executive Director, Jane Okot P'Bitek revealed the increase in NTR collection while appearing before the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee chaired by West Budama South MP, Jacob Marksons Oboth.
The decision to degazette Barifa Forrest was endorsed by the Municipal Council in late 2000 following recommendation from the physical planning department to expand Arua town. The plan was proposed to be implemented on the 700-acre Barifa land, a central forest reserve on the town’s eastern outskirt.
Police are investigating circumstances under which a Congolese national has drowned in a borehole at Busingiri zone, Nyanama, in Wakiso District.
Deputy Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire, identified the deceased as Oswalid Balagenda, 27, and a resident of Seguku-Katala along Entebbe Road.