Matiya Lwanga Bwanika says that the people involved in degrading the environment especially participating in unacceptable sand mining, wiping out natural forests by cutting down trees and thereafter grabbing land meant for forest reserves are mostly high profile people who are known to be untouchable and therefore no policy from the current regime can apprehend them.
Kitutu says the other companies involved in upstream level activities like generation and transmission should not take advantage of the public ignorance which leaves distributors like Umeme as the visible culprits.
The Spokesperson of the Electoral Commission Paul Bukenya, said that although the law allows candidates to put up posters to engage the electorate, the EC cannot determine where to put or not to put the posters.
Namuganza says that, under circumstances where millers lack market for their already processed sugar, it is hard for them to purchase out-growers’ cane since they already have surplus processed sugar in their stores.
Kyagulanyi also says that if elected as the president, the ranking of any officer will depend on experience and training but not on their region or tribe. He also pledged to educate the children of the armed forces personnel at the university level since they are providing security to Ugandans
Annet Nambasa, a resident in Green Valley says that they hope to operate their business smoothly and use the road well since floods won’t affect them anymore. Nambasa who is also a candidate standing as a woman councilor in Kamwokya 2 parish asks the Kampala authority to do more developments on the road since it benefits a lot in the society.
During her campaign trail in Lango region, Kalembe made several pledges that include fighting corruption, stopping land grabbing, improving teacher’s welfare, better health for youths and women among others.
The survey which was conducted in 29 districts, 70 constituencies and 14,169 villages across the country, targeted 939 aspirants. Of these, 615 were aspirants interested in becoming directly elected Members of Parliament, 151 district women representative aspirants, 116 district aspirants and 57 persons aspiring for mayorship.
Dozens of concerned candidates contesting for District Councillorship and Parliamentary seats under the party’s ticket from Pader, Kitgum, Agago, Nwoya, Amuru and Omoro Districts converged on Thursday at their regional party headquarters in Gulu City to condemn security brutality.
After several minutes of negotiations between police and Amuriat’s Chief mobiliser, Roland Mugume Kaginda, he was allowed to proceed to Sheema Municipal Main Stadium on foot through Kabwohe town council with his supporters.
UPDF’s response through Spokesperson, Brig Flavia Byekwaso, comes hours after Kyagulanyi posted a picture of him and his longtime music partner, Nubian Li, dressed in body armours before they embarked on their campaign trail in Kibuku, Budaka and Manafwa districts.
World Bank Senior Economist, Richard Walker says a discovery of a vaccine against Covid 19 will help tame the economic decline, but there still remains worry over the high borrowing rates, the possible effects of the general elections and poor budget management.
Prof Umar Kakumba, the Makerere University Deputy Vice-Chancellor in-charge of Academic Affairs, says they intend to integrate online and physical classes while observing the Standard Operating Procedures. “The calendar we have produced is subject to the government’s decision on school reopening. All we are doing is preparing for all possibilities such that in all circumstances we keep engaging our learners,” said Prof Kakumba.