A staff general assembly held at the University’s main the campus on Monday unanimously agreed to resume the strike on grounds that their demands have not been addressed.
The staff who held a General Assembly at the main campus in Mbarara expressed disappointment the top management of the University over what they refer to as continued harassment of staff especially those who were at the forefront of the strike, maladministration among others.
The suspects are alleged to have stolen the drums of bitumen from the contractor’s quarry located in Mutelele Sub County, Bugiri District on June 15th and later fled. They were however arrested on Monday.
However, the proposed enforcement of the advertisement time limit hasn’t gone down well with broadcasters. They say UCC shouldn’t be limiting the times an advert runs, except those that are harmful or require caution.
The suspects are residents of Kinawataka in Kira Municipality, Wakiso District. According to police, Nama was a security guard at the firm attached to Securex Private Security Group. He was dismissed by Lily Benefit Investment Ltd in 2017 over misconduct.
According to a State House press statement, Museveni will on Tuesday make a keynote address during the official opening of the coordinators Meeting on the implementation of Beijing Summit of Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC).
Uganda currently has no evidence based parenting model. As a result, parents tend to employ interventions they saw their own parents or other parents employing to raise their kids into respectful and responsible citizens. scientists have found danger in this and embarked on a study to establish what entails better parenting. The study addressed parental bonding, inequitable gendered socialization, harsh parenting and spousal conflict.
Today a team led by the DP Secretary General also the iPod Council Chairperson, Gerald Siranda, met Speaker Kadaga and asked her to take lead and ensure that the resolutions are implemented since most of them require amendments to existing laws.
One addict, Brian Wamanga's kicker was when he staked his school fees, forcing him to drop out of school in Senior Five. He recalls that by this time, he had started selling off valuables like his phones and stealing money from people, known and unknown to him. Wamanga says that on a few occasions, he staked his transport, forcing him to walk long distances to his destination.
Elisha Somoka, a survivor says thugs broke into his house at around 3am and demanded for money. Somoka explains that he offered them Shillings 30,000, which he had on him but they demanded for more and hit him with bricks and other blunt objects.
The Petroleum Authority over the weekend concluded Public Hearings for the Kingfisher Development Project Environmental Social Impact Assessment(ESIA) in Kikube and Hoima districts.
CNOOC Uganda Limited presented its Environmental Social Impact Report https://pau.go.ug/about-us/resources/publications/ for comments by the residents in the project area, civil society and environmental groups.
It was the second Public Hearings into Environmental Social Impact Assessments in the oil sector. The first hearing into Tielnga Project operated by Total E&P was held last year. We captured some of the moments on camera.
George Barasa, the chairman Busia Municipality LCs Association who doubles as the Chairperson Nangwe shops, blames the delayed release of their funds on corruption on the part of the municipal leaders.