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Kabugo Sulaiman posted Jul 25 '20 at 8:57 am
Save for the constitutional rights clearly stipulated under the Constitution of Uganda, there are also duties imposed on every Ugandan to oblige. These duties include the following;
(a) To be patriotic and loyal to Uganda and to promote its wellbeing;
(b) To engage in gainful work for the good of that Citizen, the family and the common good and to contribute to national development;
Torture is the practice of inflicting severe pain on someone as a punishment either to force them to say something or refrain from doing something.

Articles 21 and 44 of Uganda's Constitution particularly prohibits torture, cruelty, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

Some security operatives have engaged in acts of torture against those they believe to be in opposition to th
recent by Nathanella Kigozi  ·  Jul 23 '20 at 2:55 pm
Many ugandans would wish to travel abroad for greener pastures and for a better pay. Many times some ugandans have been employed as casual labourers for jobs like security guards, house maids, porters, drivers etc.

Many agents are involved till a ugandan worker can reach there required destination., it is difficult at times to apportion liability in case of injury suffered by the recruitee d
recent by Nathanella Kigozi  ·  Jul 10 '20 at 7:32 am
Paralegal one posted Aug 10 '17 at 12:15 pm
The constitution z a basket of laws guiding & governing our nation. There are a number of laws which the citizens and the visiting non citizens must follow so as to live amicably without being compromised.
Below are some of the ways to deal with these laws:
a) Respect them
b)Follow them
c)Read them

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