The suspect who has been working as a house help to the victims neighbor was arrested after the parents of Richard Egesa, a Primary two pupil found him crying in pain dafter allegedly being sodomised by a neighbor at Bugoma parish in Seeta a Mukono suburb.
The suspect who has been working as a house help to the victims neighbor was arrested after the parents of Richard Egesa, a Primary two pupil found him crying in pain dafter allegedly being sodomized at Bugoma parish in Seeta a Mukono suburb.
Some of the victims suffered gunshot wounds, lost relatives and property during the insurgency that lasted a year between 1886 and 1987. About 2630 victims from the districts of Luuka, Jinja, Mayuge, Iganga, Kaliro and Namutumba in Busoga region have come together to demand that government compensates them.
Kiyingi is celebrated far and near as the first Ugandan who wrote the first African play that was staged at the National Theater in 1953. He wrote more than ten books that have been widely translated and many directed into admirable plays and others adopted into both the secondary and university syllabi.
Nurses at Hoima hospital concluded that the boy had to undergo an amputation due to gangrene, a condition which occurs due to poor or a lack of blood supply to the artery. Tumusiime is still on treatment at Hoima hospital's surgical ward.
The resolution, made in a recent meeting, is based on pointers in a 30-page document which among other issues details how the office of Secretary General in NRM has evolved over the years. The document will be presented to the National Conference in the next sitting scheduled for December 14th.
Michael Wani, the vice chairperson of refugee welfare council says since aid agencies suspended the supply of safe water to camps, refugees are now using unsafe water fetched from distant areas and shared between refugees and uncomfortable communities.
The President says religious leaders are duty bound to guide the masses especially the youths, against any form of imported social, cultural deviation which makes them easy targets for opportunists who may use them for selfish gain.
Ngompek says he has notified Uganda National Road Authority and the works and transport Ministry to suspend ground breaking ceremony until Joseph Kimbowa, the Masaka Town Clerk is investigated for alleged corruption.
While the rivaling clan heads want the land allocated to the two factions, the district however says that the land will be titled in the names of Lango Cultural Foundation, headed by the Paramount Chief, who is constitutionally recognised.
Kabakumba Matsiko, the Masindi district NRM chairperson describes Byabakama as a masquerader and a self-seeker who is not supposed to transact any business on behalf of NRM and urges party supporters to disregard his letter.