Chameleon says that his participation in Tubonga Naawe project was entirely business, not politics. But he promised to put the same and more effort in the struggle to liberate Uganda from the current leadership.
Patrick Mweheire, the Stanbic bank chief executive, said the agents faced the same risk as telecoms' mobile money agents – and as bankers they needed to have a conversation on the security of the agents.
In Uganda, the modern Church faces contemporary poverty issues, unprecedented surge in sexual and gender based violence, increased incidence of moral decadence, reduced number of men in Churches as well as growing trade in prostitution and pornographic materials.
The appeal comes after a vanilla farmer was last weekend killed by suspected thieves in Rwembyo-Kiburara Village of Kisinga sub county of Kasese district.
Christopher Kasuule, a vanilla farmer in Kaghorwe village of Kyondo sub county, says considering the fact that this is the harvest season, there is need to heighten security surveillance by security forces.
The vestments arrived in the Country last month ahead of the Symposium due to begin July 21st. More than 400 international guests including cardinals, Archbishops, Bishops, Priests and Religious Men and Women among others are expected to attend.
Kibanzanga is the immediate brother to Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley
Mumbere Iremangoma. He has been serving as the kingdom’s chief prince until a letter suspending him and scrapping the title off the kingdom structures was released on Monday.
Speaking to journalists at the on-going retreat of more than 200 criminal investigations officers drawn from different parts of the country, CID director Grace Akullo, said the procurement of 100 motorcycles was complete and they would soon be shipped into the country.
The Acting Executive Director KCCA, Andrew Kitaka told MPs that the authority rented the offices for 30 months at 120 million shillings per month for the engineer involved in improving junctions at Fairway, Kira Road, Mambule road, Makerere Hill Road and Hoima Road.
Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, has said a resolution to share case statuses with concerned parties is among other things intended to give hope to complainants that their cases are actually being handled but also to reduce case files being mismanaged by investigators.
Justice Okwanga ruled that the phone be confiscated and the owner pays a fine of 30,000 Shillings for interrupting the court session. He said that Nabbanja breached the ground rules of the court which instructs all people to maintain silence and switch off the phone as indicated on signposts spread all over the court.