Justice Nabisinde said the session will focus on inmates who have been on remand since 2014. The suspects face crimes including murder, aggravated defilement, robbery and simple defilement among others. She said a few cases of 2018 and 2019 that don’t require long trial because of plea bargaining will also be considered in the session.
The 4th division UPDF Spokesperson, Major Caesar Olweny, says over 40 prospective recruits who arrived early were kicked out because of body defects including skin diseases, rushes and scars. He says more than 400 arrived late for the exercise.
The FDC Spokesperson, Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, says FDC and other parties that participate in the elections are affected by the decisions of those running Electoral Commission yet they are not consulted on their recruitment.
Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says Ochola has cautioned the members against engaging in any irregularity during the recruitment that starts on Monday. He says the teams will be flagged off for the seven days’ recruitment exercise towards the end of this week.
Namisindwa Resident District Commissioner, Moses Kigai Wamoto confirmed the arrest of the duo but declined to divulge details. "We have them, I will call you and brief you on the matter,” he told URN and hang up his phone.
The list contains medicines that satisfy the needs of the majority of the population and which, according to the ministry, should always be available in adequate amounts and appropriate dose forms. The medicines are considered to be the most appropriate for use in the Uganda public health system.
The suspects are Privates Bob Anichan, a UPDF deserter formerly attached to Uganda Military Academy Kabamba and Dennis Mangusho, formerly attached to 63 Battalion, lance Corporal Edward Mubbale formerly attached to the Land Forces Headquarters Signal Regiment.
According to a recent circular from the Accountant General, locally raised revenue will be managed under the Integrated Financial Management System-IFMS and treasury single account as a mode of operation for all local governments. Under the system, all revenues collected are remitted to the consolidated fund from where it can be uploaded to the respective votes for expenditure as budgeted.
The summonses were issued this afternoon by PAC Vice Chairperson Okin P.P Ojara, on the basis of the ministry’s failure to utilize funds expended from Finance. According to the Ministry’s statement of accounts, the sector used 1.8 out of an allocation of 2 billion Shillings that was committed to clearing domestic arrears.
The Uganda Episcopal Conference Chairperson Bishop Joseph Anthony Zziwa, says that the Bishops under the umbrella Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar-SECAM will spend the next five days discussing challenges that are blocking the spread of the gospel of love, in the world.