The decision, which was made in a rare 'special' broadcast on Uganda Episcopal Conference-owned Radio Sapientia, is one of the Bishops' resolutions from their annual plenary held at St. Augustine's Institute Nsambya from June 6 to 10th, 2022.
He now wants court to declare that the ministry and UNRA "are in breach of their statutory duty and obligation by omitting to install streetlights on the Northern Bypass, Kampala-Entebbe Expressway and all other national roads and highways". He wants court to also order government to install the streetlights along the expressway, highways and national roads across the country within two years.
Aboneka is also claiming for shillings 100 million in general damages "as compensation for the grave inconveniences and dangers exposed to the Plaintiff by the Defendants' failure to provide streetlights on the above roads."
Francis Kimuli, the Masaka District Council Speaker also indicated that the government left a communication gap between the central and local government taskforces, especially in regards to Covid-19 emergency financial releases to the different entities. As a result, according to him, the local leadership largely was largely rendered insignificant and remained unaware of when and how allocations were made to the different entities that executed works in the local areas.
Joel Wasswa, the in-charge Transport, Planning and Management in KCCA told Uganda Radio Network - URN that they will construct concrete barriers around the subway at Nile Avenue to stop vehicles from plunging into the subway.
While attending the launch of Busoga’s 2022/2023 annual development plan at the Jinja city’s based Civil Service college, the leaders said that an increase in the funds will foster the quickening of poverty eradication processes.
Among who was speaking at the SDG conference at Serena Hotel in Kampala on Friday observed that as world leaders deliberate on key models to accelerate the SDGs, an effort to needs be devised to identify vulnerable communities so that they are severed better.
The exercise for the Sub region which commenced this morning at Arua police grounds seeks to get at least 674 recruits from the sub region. Colonel Jimmy Nabbiyu Musoke, the team leader of the recruitment in West Nile says biggest interest of the exercise is secure the populace with their property.
Authorities say the construction works for the modern abattoir will commence next month. The facility will sit on a 6-acre piece of land that the city authorities purchased in Bulera cell in Hoima East division.
Katumba noted that the composition of the committee and subcommittees are timely because most of the search and rescue missions on water have been adhoc. He cited the example of November 24th, 2018 when MV Templar sank, killing 33 passengers while 26 people were rescued mainly by the local communities including a village chairman and fishermen.
The Community's Counsel, Dr Kafumbe explained that there was a misunderstanding between the house and other organs at that time, which explanation was rejected by the legislators led by Martin Ngoga, the Speaker.