The chairperson of the Land Commission of Inquiry Lady Justice Catherine Bamugemereire says the Public hearings could not resolve all cases adding that those pending will be transferred into other investigations mechanisms of government.
Speaking at the university’s 12th graduation ceremony on Friday, the State Minister for Higher Education, Muyingo noted that the task force concluded its work paving way for government take over next year.
The driver of the truck registration number UAX 495m took off from the scene after his lorry hit and damaged nine cars and two motorcycles on Thursday morning. Eight people sustained serious injuries and one succumbed to death yesterday. Police identified the deceased as William Matovu, a bodaboda rider.
Watum was convicted for leading an attack on Jesus is the Living Stone Church in Gulu, which is pastored by one Okumu Batiringeya. Court heard that Watum mobilized hundreds of locals from his area on January 27, 2019, and together they burnt the church on suspicion that it was a cult.
Justice Catherine Bamugemereire, the chairperson of the Commission of Inquiry says that her team registered six major accomplishments during the duration of its operations and halted the payment of a total one trillion Shillings in irregular payments.
Uganda Securities Exchange (USE), Executive Director Paul Bwiso, said there is money out there but investors want to know what a company’s prospects are, and ownership structure, yet many companies in Uganda don’t want to disclose much about their operations.
All the passengers on the boat, which capsized near Kamina landing site, were on a journey that Started from Ndaiga landing site to Lukwange in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where they sell fish and buy merchandise.
The students Parliament resolved, on Monday, to impeach the guild president Byron Luswata on grounds that he was corrupt, selfish, arrogant and lacked leadership skills. He was accused of embezzling up to 20 million Shillings of the guild council and about 3.2 million Shillings meant for the health week activities at the University.
According to head teachers of these schools, the money was charged on P.7 candidate for PLE electronic registration and each candidate payed Ugshs34,000 for entry registration and Ugshs15,000 for a passport photo.
Honey production has been changing fortunes for residents in Amudat district who initially relied heavily on cattle keeping and subsistence farming. For the last two years, production has increased thanks to support from district production office and Nabuin Zonal Agricultural Research Development Institute.
The nominated candidates back then included Rev. Simon Omoding, a Lecturer Uganda Christian University, Mbale and Rev. Simon Ongangu, the Kumi Diocesan Treasurer. However, the Diocese was advised to nominate new candidates for the role. He will now be consecrated on December 29, 2019, at St. Philip’s Cathedral, Ngora.