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Monday, 02 May 2016 08:39

Statement on Ibanda Justice Centre


The media last week was awash with allegations of one billion shillings "structure" in Ibanda funded by the Justice, Law and Order Sector - what we call a justice centre. An impression has been created that 1.5bn shs was spent in constructing a single structure. This is not true at all. The funds from JLOS were used to construct a complex (group of buildings and structures) that house the courts, office of the DPP and the police headquarters in Ibanda.

A Justice Centre is a group of structures for JLOS front line institutions that collectively provide services to the people in a bid to facilitate quick access to justice.

Comprehensive pictures of Ibanda Justice Centre are available online:


Published: May 2, 2016

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The Justice, Law and Order Sector is set to construct Justice Centres in the districts of Kiruhura and Ibanda, South Western Uganda. This was revealed during the ground breaking ceremonies held in the two districts on May 21 2014 presided over by Justice Remmy Kasule (representing the Ag. Chief Justice, Hon. Justice Stephen Kavuma) in the company of the the Minister for Local Government and Maracha County MP, Hon. Alex Onzima and the Deputy Attorney General and Minister of State for Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Hon. Fredrick Ruhindi. Also present were officials from various JLOS institutions, district and religious leaders as well as members of the public. The JLOS Development Partners Group (DPG) was represented by officials from Sweden, Austria and Ireland.

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