By Sania Babirye
Uganda Law Society has petitioned the prime minister seeking permission to re-open law chambers located on various arcades.
According to the President Uganda Law society Peter Kinobe, despite president Museveni easing the ongoing lock down, many lawyers whose offices are located on the closed arcades cannot access their offices.
In the said letter addressed to the office of the prime minister dated 22nd June 2020, Kinobe says that these lawyers have not been able to practice law with out tools to use yet courts are in operation.
He says that as a result some members have been forced to go to court without case files which has made them to look unprofessional and unprepared before court and their clients.
Kinobe has now asked the prime minister to compel landlords that have law firms on their arcades as their tenants to give lawyers access to their offices in line with guidelines similarly to those given to malls and other opened businesses.
By Moses Kidandi
Youth across the country have been urged to adopt good morals and work Ethics as a tool to getting better results at work.
Japanese Ambassador to Uganda H.E. Kazuaki Kameda made the remarks while speaking at July activities to raise awareness on work cultures and ethics at work places across the country.
Its the second time Uganda is observing work culture and Ethics day which has started in Kampala and spreading across the country.
Norah Njuba Bwaya the chairperson of the Institute of work culture and Ethics says the campaign on work Ethics is aimed at having good morals and working relations at work for effective delivery of goods and services.
Police in Namayingo are holding an 89 year old man for shooting dead a 19 year old woman and her one year old child.
The accused Venatio Othieno shot and killed Beatrice Nekesa 19 and her one year old child only identified as Ajambo today. The incident took place at Lwangoshia village Buyinja Sub County, Namayingo district.
Lwangoshia village Chairman Peter Owere said the deceased was a causal laborer at the accused’s home over the last four years.
Owere said locals who were awakened by gunshots found the deceased lying in a pool of blood with her child. He says Othieno attempted to escape but was intercepted by the angry residents.
East Busoga Police Spokesman James Mubi said Police recovered five bullet cartridges and the gun used in the shooting.
However the accused, now held at Namayingo Central Police Station said he accidentally shot the two. The accused had owned the gun for the past fifty years. Mubi said the accused could face murder charges.
Fresh off the release of the video for her song “Work” featuring Drake, Rihanna has another huge success to celebrate. According to Billboard, the starlet scored her 14th number one hit on the Hot 100 singles chart with “Work,” making her the artist with the third-highest amount of No. 1s in the history of the chart. She’s behind The Beatles (20) and Mariah Carey (18), but she just edged out Michael Jackson, who has 13 No. 1 hits to his name.
“Navy you killed it this week! #NavyRDie,” the belated birthday beauty wrote on Twitter Monday (Feb. 22) after the song took the gold spot. Her album ANTI is also the number three album right now after its released late last month. Drake thanked his former flame on Instagram for another number one hit together. Their first was 2010’s “What’s My Name?”
Congrats to the two for another hit song.