Thomas Okot Oboma who is currently serving his second term in office as the Chairman of the Association is accused of embezzling 33.6 million shillings, and failing to account for 33 motorcycles donated to the association by Maj. Gen. Otema Awany, Hon. Catherine Lamwaka, and Hon. Alfred Okwonga respectively.
The system that was developed with the help of Strengthening Uganda’s Anti-Corruption Response Technical Advisory Facility –SUGAR TAF will enable court clients to register complaints wherever they are using their phones.
Several companies filed their annual tax returns by June 30, 2019 and included money spent on acquiring leases and rents on them as revenue expenses. URA said it won’t be counted and has asked the affected companies to file fresh returns.
According to the proposed electoral reforms tabled by the Attorney General, William Byaruhanga before parliament on Thursday afternoon, one must have left their political party for a year before nomination to run as an independent candidate.
According to Sikahwa, they registered a number of complaints from job applicants implicating Kayinga for soliciting bribes from them with promises of helping them to secure public service jobs in the district.
Fr. Michalíček told URN in an interview that despite the fact the European missionaries introduced Christianity to Africans; they have veered off the track for many years are in dare need of spiritual renewal.
In his report, Auditor General John Muwanga queried the failure to constitute the board as required by Section 3 of the National Citizens and Immigration Act which requires the board to consist a chairperson and not more than six other people appointed by the President with approval of Parliament.
The Attorney General, William Byaruhanga tabled the bills for the first reading before parliament chaired by the speaker of parliament, Rebecca Kadaga on Thursday afternoon. Kadaga forwarded the five bills to the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee for scrutiny and present a report to parliament.
The Ndorwa County East Member of Parliament, Wilfred Niwagaba says that the decision of to two ministries contravenes the local government act, the public finance management act and the approbation act. Niwagaba suspects that this problem could be happening in many districts.
Drawn from the four Divisions of Ojwina, Adyel, Railways and Central, the councilors numbering 75 on Thursday staged a demonstration protesting the delayed payment of their Ex Gratia.
It took the intervention of police from Lira CPS to quelled down the rowdy councilors.
Geoffrey Omara Okello, a local councilor representing Bar Onger parish at the Railways Division Council says they have not been paid for the last five quarters.