Ruhinda North MP Thomas Tayebwa says that many businesses are facing challenges accessing loans because of the COVID-19 risks, and fears that as the government moves to borrow, many banks will withhold money from Ugandans with the hope of lending to the government.
Kyagulanyi described the case as bogus and thinks that it was only brought up to vulgarise and disrupt the pace at which NUP was moving in the run up to the 2021 elections. However, he added it was encouraging to know that there are Judges who still stand for the value of speaking the truth and protect their integrity.
Dr Richard Kabanda, the Commissioner in charge of Health Promotion and Education told Uganda Radio Network this afternoon that already some 53 districts have received their batches with one distributed at the parish and one at the sub-county headquarters.
Under the Bill, the government sought to defer payment of income tax for companies and other persons involved in the business of manufacturing, tourism and floriculture, whose turnover is less than 500 million Shillings. It also sought to defer payment of tax on employment income and waive interest on tax arrears.
These include disposable medical face masks, re-usable face masks made of fabric, face shields and the raw materials used in making them. The others are non-woven surgical caps, protective goggles with indirect side ventilation, biohazard bags, disinfectants and sanitizers.
China's ability to contain the spread of the pandemic in three months gave it room to open up sectors like manufacturing, trade, travel and domestic tourism, as well as a highly controlled aviation industry.
Mike Ssekago, the headteacher Wampewo Ntake Secondary School, says they have turned away over 30 candidates since they resumed studies on Oct 15th, 2020. He explains that they have already reached their UNEB ceiling for candidate classes.
Kitgum Resident District Commissioner William Komakech says that 7,600 face masks will be distributed to schools in Sub Counties while 7,752 will be given to learners in schools within the Municipality.
On Wednesday, the Deputy City Clerk, John Bosco Rusoke says that after discussions with the contractor, they resolved to terminate their contract. Rusoke explains that the completion of the road is behind schedule since it was supposed to have been completed in August.
According to Owoyesigire, the assailants waylaid Nakibi on her way to the market this morning. They strangled her and left for her dead, where she was found by a Boda boda rider who reported the incident to Masitoowa police station.
According to the party electoral commission chairman Toterebuka Bamwenda, they can't reveal the number of signatures they have submitted, but what they can assure Ugandans is that they have met the required minimum of 100 signatures and voter details from 3/4 of the country's districts.