The red card surprisingly motivated the ten-man team to overwhelm Onduparaka with long passes and more pressure which culminated into a goal in the 85th minute. Frank Ssenyondo converted a back pass by Onduparaka’s Kakooza into the net, giving them a 1-0 win.
The victim has been identified as Priton a resident Kapkoros Parish in Kapkoros sub-county Bukwo district. He was shot on Friday by unidentified ranger after he was found grazing animals inside the park.
The Chairperson of Uganda Rotary Cancer Programme, Steven Mwanje says there is light at the end of the tunnel with over 2.5 billion shillings garnered to start off one crucial component of the project.
A special concert featuring music spanning three centuries that reflects the African American experience in the United States from slavery in the 1800’s up through the Civil Rights era of the 1960s and through the present day left many upbeat, as they walked down memory lane.
Dr Isaac Shinyekwa, a senior research fellow on integration at the local think tank Economic Policy Research Centre, said trade disputes should not be a surprise . However, EAC partner states should be able to resolve them quickly to continue trading seamlessly.
Artists Sauti Ya Africa, sensational recording artist and dancer Sheebah Karungi, musical diva Rema Namakula and Ugandan rapper Daniel Lubwama Kigozi alias Navio all sang the freedom songs. They were accompanied by American musician Seth Sharp and Makerere University’s Department of Performing Arts and Film Choir.
According to the job advert, a suitable candidate was expected to hold an Honors Degree in Mass Communication, Communication Studies, Journalism or Arts with Communication and Public Relations studied as subjects, from a recognized University plus a Masters' Degree in a relevant field.
Lango cultural land Act of 2009, 2(b) gives access of land to any child whose mother is not married to another clan and is staying at her parental home as long as the children have not been claimed by their father.
In 1993, UWA demarcated the park and found that the Beneti people were settling on 7,500 hectares of land instead of the 6,000 hectares which had been allocated to them. Over 6,000 people were rendered landless and are now living in camps of Kisitu, Kwoti, Lwanda, Kisangani, Cheberen, Titim and Teriet.