In a statement released on Thursday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs indicated that it expects 1,125 Ugandans to return between July 18 and 24 from various regions and countries including Cote d'Ivoire where Kenzo got stuck when the borders were closed as a way of stopping the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The scientific protests come days after Bwowe wrote a letter dated July, 8, 2020 to Health Minister Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng that returnees will have no contractual obligation with the quarantine centres at the end of the 14th day.
LASPNET Executive Director, Sylvia Namubiru Mukasa identified some of the causalities as 65-year-old Francis Ogwanga Munu in Oyam District and Jacquline Nagasha in Masaka who was shot together with Francis Musasizi by her estranged husband, Private Robert Muyaga.
Jude Wandera, the Elgon and Bukedi Sub region UPDF Spokesperson, says Oroni hired out the firearms to thugs targeting mobile money agents at Shillings 250,000 and received a deposit of Shillings 52,000.
Geoffrey Barasa, the Chairperson Sugar Cane Trader’s Association, says they blocked the border because of delays by the relevant authorities to respond to their concerns.
He said the Ugandan authorities have not come out to explain to the cause of the impasse which has left the traders hopeless.
The Alliance for National Transformation political party has rolled out a 2021 election roadmap in which they plan to hold primary elections between July, 27 and August, 31 and handle election petitions that might arise from this process between July, 20 and September 4.