The party spokesperson, Moses Matovu told URN that the plain-clothed men pulled up the gate in a black drone. Two of the suspected security operatives entered the gate and grabbed Kabuleta from his office while three others stayed in the drone.
Siraji Kifampa, the Spokesperson of Jamatil Salafiya Tablique Muslim community, says that the gunmen intercepted Sheikh Mwanje shortly after stepping out of Nakasero Mosque around 8:30 am on Monday morning.
Gilbert Byamugisha, the manager Mid-Western Umbrella for water and sanitation, a Ministry of water agency contracted to extend water to Kichwamba, the government has allocated Shillings 950 million to establish a water treatment plant, rehabilitation of water pipes, and metering, which will take a year.
Kameli Zepha Bwambale, the leader of the campaign told URN that as they anticipate the return of their king, they are also mobilizing themselves into actions that are supposed to protect the environment such that when he comes, he is able to find a well-conserved environment.
Oloya, through the Comfort Dog Project under the Big Fix Uganda in Gulu City, identifies those going through mental health problems arising from armed conflicts and pairs them with ‘’companion dogs. The beneficiaries together with their dogs are assessed and trained and paired up under the ‘’therapeutic companionship program’’.
Apostle Julius Peter Oyet, the Founding Pastor of Life Line Ministries International who has been a critic of human trafficking and labor externalization warned that investigating owners of the labor export companies is a risky venture that requires one to write a ‘complete will’ before embarking on it.
Addressing the press at Nakasero Mosque in Kampala, Shk. Kamoga reported that Mwanje was picked up from outside the mosque by gunmen driving a Silver Grey Toyota Hiance commonly known as Drone of plate number UPM 187E.
KCCA Speaker Zahara Luyirika says that the biggest challenge they face in guiding operations of the City is the failure of the technocrats to implement Council resolutions. She referred to two past resolutions; one on opening the Busega market and the other on suspending errant leaders in the markets, which were never implemented.
Betty Akello Otekat, the Amudat Resident District Commissioner told URN that they delayed disbursing the money to the beneficiaries because the groups were not organized and were unprepared to receive the funds.
Since last week, there have been several reports, with allegations implicating one of Be Forward Japan’s affiliate companies Steel Logistics Nagoya, to have defrauded its customers of over USD 500,000, deposits for cars that were not imported.
William Omedi, a vendor in the Lira Main market, says that with the ongoing street vending, most of their products bought using bank loans will get spoilt because customers stop and shop from the street vendors.