The deceased are identified as George Magonde 70, his wife Faidi Kakibimba 61, together with their in-laws Kate Kyomugasho 35, Annet Kamazaare 41 and Betty Mwesigye 45. They were traveling from a colleagues wedding in Kyabazaala when the tragedy occurred.
The new cost-cutting measures also direct that at least 25 percent of EAC meetings shall use video conferencing facilities. To that end the EAC shall invest in improving video-conferencing both at secretariat and partner states level, to accommodate as many meetings as possible, at the same time.
Christians have welcomed his appointment saying he has played a pivotal role in the administration of the Diocese in his previous role as a Diocesan Secretary. Moses Asiimwe, one of the parishioners describes the new bishop as a hardworking and principled man of God.
A preliminary police report says that the managers had refused police to view the entire CCTV footage. They also refused to share the footage with administrators of G4S security group which runs the companys security.
There are many evils like corruption, domestic violence, murder, discrimination, fraud, character assassination. We cant be witnesses of Christ in the world when out speeches are packed with lies, he preached in his sermon.
Eskom Operations Manager Peter Tentena says that the nine flood gates can release up to one million cubic meters of water per second for every hour if let open at once. He however hastens to add that this cannot stop the production of electricity or affect the supply of water in Jinja and others parts.
The service is led by Venerable Isaac Membe Kijjambu from Luzira Archdeaconry together with Venerable Canon Jonathan Kisawuzi. The days sermon will be delivered by a visiting preacher; Rt Rev Samuel Chukwudi Ezeofor from Ogbaru-Nigeria.
Dairy prices are projected to remain weak, while fish prices appear poised to remain contained due to a vibrant aquaculture production. Meat production in general is expected to be stable although poultry output - largely for export - is forecast to grow.
Maureen Alice Drateru, a teacher says many Ugandans are still angry and disjointed especially after the outcome of the February 18 Presidential election. She says many people still cannot sit on a round-table to discuss issues because of the feeling that they were cheated.