Judith Karara, the Senior Road Safety Officer at the Ministry of Works says that when COVID-19 hit the country and a lockdown was introduced, the ministry hoped that the restrictions on transport would lower the accidents and death, at least temporarily. However, there was hardly any change, calling for more thought about the causes of the high accident and death rates, according to Karara.
Oyella says the elephants move in groups of between five to 30 and expresses disappointment that Uganda Wild Life Authority is more compassionate towards the wild animals than humans who are now feeding on greens because they face arrest even when caught hunting for bush rats.
Museveni said this during a meeting at State House Entebbe with Chinese investors from the Mbale Industrial Park who protested their omission from direct power consumption despite having a bigger industrial park than MMP Industrial Park in Buikwe district.
Pius Biribonwoha said that there is no need to amend the Electricity Act to provide for the merger since the Companies Act, 2012 regulates the functions of the companies, their management, and other matters pertaining to the companies.
Baker Akantambira, the UAERA chairperson, says that there is a need to establish a special police unit, which is thoroughly oriented with the labour externalization legal frameworks to avoid harassment of their members, most of whom are prosecuted without conducting the necessary inquiries.
John Okumu, the Manager of Secondary Department at NCDC, explains that they found it crucial to embark on the process of reviewing the A-level curriculum before the pioneers of the new lower secondary curriculum, which was rolled out in 2020 transit to senior five.
Jacob Siminyu, the Internal Affairs Ministry Spokesperson said ever since they announced a plan to arrest people illegally living in the country, an average of 50 applications from foreigners seeking to validate their documents are received every day.
"The Appellant has decided to withdraw the above Election Petition having lost interest to prosecute the same for a number of reasons but most of all the continued incarceration of the 1st Respondent has portrayed the Appellant as if he is on the side of the tormentors," reads the letter.
According to the Archbishop, the safety and security of women in homes and the public remain a concern for faith leaders. Kaziimba was on Wednesday speaking to journalists at the Church of Uganda cook day activity held in commemoration of International Women's Day.