Nkuuhe made the observation after it emerged that the institution is tainted by infighting between the administration led by the Executive Director Charles Lagu and senior staff who have spent more than 10-years of service, in the organization.
The committee chaired by Buvuma Islands MP Janepher Nantume Egunyu had attempted to investigate the reports that several Ugandans had been illegally incarcerated and tortured in safe houses across the country. The focus was mainly on safe houses in Lwamayuba in Kalangala and Kyengera in Wakiso district, against which several complaints had been lodged.
The book reportedly contained a defamatory letter authored by Professor Kanyeihamba who was reportedly complaining about Dr Kisaakye’s academic qualifications, judicial conduct and corruption. The letter, to the Chief Justice Bart Katureebe, also indicated that Kisaakye was always dissenting judgements that would affect the Executive arm of government.
Speaking to URN at his office in Kololo Kiema Kilonzo said although Moi had shortcomings like any other leader, the political growth that Kenya as registered over the years was as a result of Moi’s decision to open up political space.
There were reports that the elections that were held on January 30, 2020, were marred with grave irregularities. It is on this basis that Kidandala called for fresh elections in Masaka, overturning the outcome of a process presided over by the party’s National Vice President and DP district Chairman Fred Mukasa Mbidde.
Reports indicate that the death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in mainland China has risen to 490 after more deaths were reported in Hubei province. There are now more than 24,600 cases in China alone, with a much smaller number of cases in about 25 other countries around the globe.
Mugisha said police have noticed an increase in the number of vehicles chauffeured with concealed number plates. He cited wedding convoys in which number plates are covered with names of newlywed couples while some individuals have also been found covering the number-plates with names of politicians, musicians and artistes.
Following the closure of Dunamiscoins ltd and the remand of its directors to Luzira Prisons, depositors in W. Nile ran to court and secured orders to freeze its business accounts in Centenary Bank with UGX 10 Billion and Stanbic Bank with UGX 300 million without success.
This afternoon, the teachers stormed out of the meeting upon learning that each of them will receive 30,000 Shillings at the end of the training. Many said they had been made to believe that each of them is entitled to a daily allowance of 30,000 Shillings. They argued that the allowance is not enough to cover their transport cost, especially for those who travelled from neighbouring districts.
Rashida Sanyu, a businesswoman says labia elongation shouldn’t be blamed for girls dropping out of school. She says peer pressure and other factors are responsible and that government should focus its effort on solving the real challenge that force girls out School rather than tampering with culture.
presenting a statement on Wednesday, Otto instead involved in other issues which included Madhvani land in Amuru, issues of Amuru sugar, Land distressed people, incomplete bridges among others, which Kadaga rejected saying they are controversial and don't qualify to be a personal statement.
In 2010, the defunct Kampala City Council leased the land occupied by Owino Market to the vendors through their Association in a meeting that was held on February 3rd 2010 at a premium of shillings 4 billion payable in advance, and shillings 200 million as ground rent per annum.
The teachers had been informed that they were to sign for a transport refund of 30,000 Shillings each. They stormed out of the training hall at around 12:30 pm demanding their facilitators to either increase the transport costs or cancel the training.