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Magistrates warned against laziness, absenteeism will lead to half pay.

Magistrates warned against laziness, absenteeism will lead to half pay.

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The Chief Justice Alfonse Owinyi Dollo sounded a warning while swearing in 85 acting grade one and chief Magistrates who he implored to guard the independence of the Judiciary and serve equitable justice to Uganda, at the ceremony held at the High Court Headquarters in Kampala. Chief Justice cautioned the Magistrates against taking bribes in the course of their work and favouring some cases against others. He further warned the Magistrates against laziness stating that there will be routine monitoring in which the principal Judge will be tasked to explain why a case stays without being disposed off for a period of two years and it will soon move to six months. The Chief Justice also called upon the new sworn in Judicial Officers to accept whatever station they will be posted at empha...
Is the problem of Uganda a lack of scientists or a lack of good leadership?

Is the problem of Uganda a lack of scientists or a lack of good leadership?

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By Muhimbise George As usual, President Museveni has hidden his head in the sand like an ostrich and assumed that he has sorted the teachers’ crisis as he waits for another crisis to emerge. Not so long, he was in Teso, Kalamoja, Lango and Acholi dealing with cattle rustling. It was so intense that for the first time in history he delegated Prime Minister Nabanja to preside over the Hero’s Day celebrations. Not very long, he was sorting the murders in greater Masaka to mention but a few. In all these crises, Museveni has been successful because he has applied militarism just like he did for the locusts and floating islands, his army did a good job. Ours is a President of crisis management because he has ruined the country and handed it over to the dogs! Of course the military will not s...