Alice Adokorach, a mother of five who left her parents’ home at a tender age says her relationship has deprived her of happiness, by a partner who was addicted to his beer and to the rod. She endured punches and beatings, almost on a daily basis, scars of which remain visible on her body today.
To officially leave NUP and withdraw his candidature, a source says Mugizi asked for a refund of the money he paid in nomination fees as well as a refund of the money he has spent on campaign materials. However, he is still waiting for the payment.
During the 33rd meeting of the University Council held at Hotel Africana on Tuesday, Dr Kawesa Sengendo the University Rector told journalists that Moses Ali is the right choice to replace the late Kivejinja.
The Electoral Commission (EC) acting as provided for by the Presidential Elections Act (Amended 2020), under article 24 must see to it that the national broadcaster provides equal but free air space to all contending presidential candidates in an election.
Amuriat, who arrived in Bukedea around midday left Police officers confused when he emerged from the outskirts of Bukedea town. Police had deployed heavily at the entrance to Bukedea town, around Caltex area, with attempts to stop the FDC candidate from accessing the town.
“With reference to your letter Ref:TBL/ED/72/20 dated 24th November 2020 on the above caption, We hereby convey Bank of Uganda approval of the request by Tropical Bank to permanently close Mbale and Mbarara branches by 31st January/2021” the letter reads in part adding that the central bank when the process of closure is complete.
Sibukyu says that his efforts to seek justice have been frustrated. He adds that he has tried to work with investigating officers to track the contacts of people who called demanding for ransom before his daughter’s body was discovered.
The unprofessional violent acts targeted several supporters of candidates, the media, and political candidates contesting for various positions in the 2021 general election and the EC wants the officers to be brought to the book.
Kule argues that, for the past four years, the accused persons who include Rwenzururu King, Omusinga Charles Wesley Mumbere have been eagerly waiting for justice and it is unfortunate that, as the rest of Ugandans will be electing their leaders, the accused will be left out.
Lt Gen Diomede Ndegeya, who is the current AMISOM commander, in a statement issued on Tuesday, urged the new UPDF soldiers to ensure main supply routes are secured so that there can be free movement of goods and services to Somalis and troops providing peace.