Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) is to get an additional Shillings 23billion in the coming financial year 2019/2020 budget. This is on top of the authority’s budgetary allocation of 431.26 billion shillings.
The botched procession was headed by Patrick Obongi Amuriat the FDC party president accompanied by embattled three-time presidential candidate and former FDC party President Rtd. Col. Dr. Kizza Besigye Besigye.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) an audit agency has appealed to parliament to reject government’s proposal that seeks to compel landlords and companies with more than one property to declare income from each asset separately.
George Fred Kagimu, the Mukono Municipality Mayor notes that they are surprised that the municipality was never selected despite constant applications. He says that USMID could help supplement the municipal’s limited local revenue.
Winstone Katushabe, the Commissioner of Transport and Road Safety in the Ministry of Works and Transport says government appreciates the fact that these rates are abnormally high and that it took time to regulate them. He says there are now new measures being developed under an ongoing processes drafted in 2018 to amend the Uganda Transport and Road Safety Act.
Odoi says the party electoral commission is midway in preparation for primaries. He says a draft roadmap was tabled before the NRM Central Executive Committee, the highest decision making party organ. The roadmap, he says is still being discussed.
More than 1000 police officers from the ranks of Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) to Special Police Constable (SPC) have been listed for deletion from Uganda Police Force’s payroll system after missing out on manpower audit.
An internal police message dated April 24, 2019 from Police Human Resource Management (HRM) to, Inspector General of Police, Deputy IGP, Police Directors and All Unit commanders indicate over 10,000 police personnel have pending queries but 1042 have missed in last year’s manpower audit.
According to Okema, the deceased is suspected have been strangled to death by unknown people. He says that the thugs cut the iron sheets to gain access into a motorcycle spare parts shop that the deceased was guarding.
Members of Parliament sitting on the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee have recommended for the immediate amendment of the Advocacy Act in view of abolishing pre-entry exams to the Bar Course at Law Development Centre (LDC).