By Muhindo James A day after police made public a plot to poison the King of the Great Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom, Omukama Solomon Iguru Gafabusa, I was astonished to read a pronouncement by Prince David Kijanangoma of Tooro in light of his resolution to over throw Tooro Kingdom’s youthful Monarch, Omukama Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru.
If the total worth of Uganda’s oil was to be divided into 100 shares, Bunyoro would be entitled to only less than a share of that worth. Not that it deserves anything more or less. It’s what the (soon to be enacted) law stipulates and going by Austin’s theory, the law is the law. It
Cabinet has approved plans to open up six blocks in the Albertine Graben for licensing in the country’s first competitive bidding round. State Minister for Energy, Eng. Simon D’ujanga, informed parliament last week that preparations for this bidding round commenced after the new law was put in place and were now culminating with the submission
Living Earth Uganda, a natural resources and environmental management NGO in Uganda is looking for organizations or individuals, with the experience and skills to undertake a feasibility and scoping study for enterprise development in rural communities. This duty is part of LEU’s broader Jobs and Oil project aiming at making oil work for poor people
On 15th September 2014 Bunyoro Kitara Royal University opened its gates to its first lot of students. The University whose campus lies along Rukurato Road neighbours Karuzika the King’s Palace in Hoima and stands just opposite Hoima Public Library. From the conception of existence, the essence of Bunyoro Kitara Royal University has always been embedded