Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), a viral disease of cloven-hoofed livestock was confirmed recently in the cattle corridor of Ankole, affecting the districts of Isingiro, Ibanda, Kiruhura, Kazo, Sheema, Lyantonde and Mbarara. In the aftermath, the government announced a total ban on the movement of livestock to curtail its spread.
Allegations on a sensitive subject matter in the wake of a seemingly precarious political climate within a nation that has already known tribalistic genocide where some 20,000 people were killed during the 1980s under the regime of the late ex-president, Robert Mugabe, who led a military-style crackdown on alleged militants known as Gukurahundi.
After several explosives in the coastal city and Uganda Air Force Mig 21 jet fighters violating Kenya’s air space, Kenyatta chickened out and allowed the border to open. So business was back to normal.
In the ruling, Justice Wangutusi confirms that the Central Bank did not have the locus to sue defunct Crane Bank which was already under receivership and ordered BoU to pay all the damages.
In 2017, BoU sued Sudhir, accusing him of swindling sh397b out of the financial institution in fraudulent transactions and land title transfers.
To many young Ugandans suffering from anxiety over the future: whether employed, underemployed or unemployed, he has a simple but powerful message: “I am fighting for your freedom; all of you have to become freedom fighters to fight for your freedom. Some of us will die but it will be for the greater cause.”
IGG’s Investigations revealed that the procurement unit of Parliament specifically Kaganzi and Lassu failed to develop elaborate specifications for the procurement of the heavy duty video camera. And as a result, the contractor-M/S MTA Computers Limited delivered a different camera as specified in the quotation and more over it was delivered in bits and pieces.
“The purpose of this letter, therefore, is to urge you to display the new presidential portrait in all public offices. For purposes of standardization, you are encouraged to place orders for this portrait at the Uganda Printing and Publishing Corporation (UPPC),” reads the letter by the Secretary, Office of the President.