By Muhimbise George.
In the bible, three days after Jesus's death, Mary Magdalene and another Mary went to the tomb to look for Jesus who had since resurrected, a voice was heard asking them why they were looking for the living from the dead.
This story reminds me of the several events in our pearl of Africa turned banana republic! The most recent one being the scandal of the month where government appointed a school dropout to head a lucrative entity on behalf of government, the Uganda Airline!
And because the appointee knew she was not fit for the job, she enrolled incompetent fellas to feast on the carcass as they opted for what Museveni would call "okushahura" (plundering, thuggery, looting, name it). They know Uganda Airline is inevitably collapsing, so they behave like the rats ea...
Suzan Makula advises married women, "You have to give protection to the name your husband has given to you, When you get married even your Sir name changes forexample, You are Nakijoba Joan, you get married to Kaweesa Sam , your name changes to Joan Kaweesa, so you must protect that name , there are so many things I would do if I was still single but because am married to someone who is even a big person in this country and am Suzan Makula Bugingo I decide to leave them to protect his name, my mother loves Millet flour (AKALO) so much and the good one is in Owino but I can't go there, I just send some one to buy it for me , how can people see a pastor's wife like me buying Kalo imagine in Owino.. she says..
Parliament’s Sub-Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs has summoned Uganda Land Commissions registry commissioner, Peter Opio in regard to mismanagement of police land in Naguru.
The Committee chaired by Ruhinda County MP Donozio Kahonda, was recently set up by Parliament to investigate the reported mismanagement of police land.
Kahonda says that the Uganda Land Commission (ULC) officials are expected to respond to queries regarding land measuring 16.52 acres located at Plot 2-96 along Katalima road in Naguru.
The land in question was in 2011 leased to the United Nations African Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders (UNAFRI) for 99 years but ULC later subleased the same land in 2015.
Kahonda says that his committee had resolved to summon the ULC official ...
As he celebrates 14 years on the throne, His Highness the Sabanyala Baker Kimeze urged the people of Kayunga to be united in preserving their norms as this will take them forward.
The event was held at Kitatya primary school playground in Kitimbwa sub county in Kayunga District with a handful of people.
Sabanyala condemned the ethnic and religious divisions that are taking the people of Bugerere nowhere and pledged cordial relationship between the chiefdom and the Kayunga district administration to fight the vice.
Kimeze expressed concern over the 100 youth who were arrested during the general election period in Kayunga and are still behind the bars, he urged his prime minister to collect the names so that he could follow up the matter.
" It's really very unfortunate that my servants are r...
The Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) has started hunting for vehicle owners who violate the law regarding temporary road licenses.
A temporary road license is issued to people intending to come into Uganda with a foreign registered vehicle or Ugandans working abroad with valid work permits.
The authority said inan issued statement that a cleanup is currently ongoing around the country to catch culprits misusing these regulations.
Last week, 11 high value vehicles that included Jeeps, Hummers and BMW X6 from the areas of Kabalagala, Kololo, Ntinda, Munyonyo, Entebbe and Ggaba were impounded by the URA intelligence team.
They were netted Foreign registered vehicles are allowed to operate in the country after they have obtained a three-month (90 days) temporary importation form whose period can...
Police have accused some of the private security companies in Uganda of giving non-firing rifles to security guards as they go out to do their work.
According to police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, several cases in which the private security guards were found with non-firing rifles were recorded.
“The Alert Squad confiscated seven guns from private security organisations after the security guards were found carrying faulty guns and in poor working condition. We recovered one unmarked gun from Vision Security, got another one from Pinnacle Security that one of the guards was carrying and was faulty. We also got a faulty gun from Ndugari security which was just an object because it couldn’t fire, a faulty Mark4 from Premier Security Limited and a faulty short gun from Don Ward Security Company...