Rogers Taitika, the Sebei Region Police Spokesperson, says that the driver of the Isuzu Anthony Kiplengati failed to negotiate a corner and rammed into a house killing Wambuti and injuring his 4-year-old sister Juma Devika.
Ruth Biyinzika Musoke, a manager at the Private Sector Foundation of Uganda (PSFU) said while other countries required investors to have local people own stakes in their companies, say 50%. This, she pitched, is not the case with Uganda
James Masuba, another resident, says with the bad roads in Bumasobo, it’s expensive to use vehicles, saying this affects their returns at the end of the day. He says motorists are charging them highly compared to donkeys. He however, decried the low speed at which donkeys move.
This is more than twice the number of people who have been killed by the Ebola virus in the same country over the last one year. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) measles, which has gripped all provinces in the country, is the world's largest and fastest-moving epidemic.
The program also involves providing avenues to empower girls through a network of peer mentors. Harriet Mudondo, the Director Gender, Community and Production says they have trained over 300 mentors to deal with the girls.
Kyambadde attributed the failure of government projects to lack of lack of proper planning by government and implementers. She also noted that even private projects initiated by politicians including Members of Parliament and local leaders have failed to take off while those that manage to start don’t live to expectation.
Godfrey Ojambo Adea, the PTA chairperson told Uganda Radio Network that the head teacher requested the other signatories to withdraw Shillings 90.1 million on grounds that the school had run short of administrative funds.
In a highly competitive National Basketball League finals played at the Lugogo MTN Arena, the Mukono based side sailed through the storm to win the game 67-59 even after their coach Nicholas Natuhereza was sent out of the arena for complaining over bad officiating.
Justice Musene said most money lenders have remained adamant to seek licenses because the law bars them from exploiting borrowers. He revealed that instead the persons have continued to operate and subsequently dupe their clients into signing property sale agreements yet in actual sense they are lending them some money.