Fares on the Western route have seen daily increment head of Christmas. For instance, Kampala -Mbarara went up from 30,000 to Shillings 40,000 shillings while Kampala to Kabale soared from Shillings 50,000 to 80,000.
Professor Suruma is a distinguished scholar and statesman with a wealth of experience in the field of Finance and Banking, spanning more than 25 years. He attained a doctorate degree of economics in 1976 from the University of Connecticut, USA; a Masters of Arts in Economics in 1972 and a Bachelor of Science in Finance in 1969, both from Fordham University, New York, USA.
Sarah Mutemgombwa, the Blood Donor Recruitment Manager at Uganda Red Cross Society says every one in Seven persons entering hospitals require blood transfusion in the country. She says the daily demands for blood stands at more than 2,000 units of blood.
“I believe it's a good thing for a community like Makerere to have a Police Division in charge of it. I mean, active patrols throughout the night and the like. It will be easy for offences to be investigated to their conclusion,” said Ruhayana.
According to the victims in Nazalazala and Bumumulo, people bringing them relief items cannot reach their camps because of the bad roads. They are now using hand hoes and forks to repair the roads to ease accessibility.
According to Angora, the group members claim they sold off the oxen because they have been disappearing during dry season and instead want to replace them with goats. The group Chairperson, Richard Nyekorach could be reached for comments by press time to answer the allegations.
On Thursday afternoon, butchers and residents almost clashed with machetes at Mpigi town council abattoir, which is found in Mayembe lower village over the land. It took the intervention of Byabasaija for calm to prevail. The disputed land sits in a wetland and is used for grazing cows taken to the abattoir for slaughtering.