In the second half, Kyetume took the lion’s share of the ball and eventually got their goal in the 28th minute through Richard Matovu’s left strike. The win will help Kyetume FC to move to 16 points in a bid to fight the relegation battle.
The Sports Minister, Hamson Obua, says that they need about Shillings 96 billion to renovate Namboole stadium. He, however, says that time has already run out even if the money is released and they are currently waiting for approval of St Mary’s College Kitende.
According to the Ministry, the reduction is majorly due to failure by Government to realize domestic revenue to support the budget due to the COVID-19 and its effects, but also a U-turn from the loans and grants coming from external sources.
The guidance first came as a response to the KCCA Market Ordinance in which the Authority sought to regulate both private and public markets. But the Attorney General guided that the authority had no legal mandate over private markets, a decision that triggered questions on the fate of private Markets in Kampala.
Paul Mugisa, a rehabilitation expert in Kampala says the country is faced with the challenge of drug abuse but the hidden problem has not yet been addressed by the government which spends a lot on treatment costs.
Ismail Kirya, the UYD president says that government is failing to understand the cause of Muslims when they ask for the relaxing of the curfew hours to enable them smoothly exercise all the Ramadan practices.
URN visited a number of COVID-19 treatment wards in the country to gauge their level of preparedness for the next wave of the disease. Hospital administrators told URN that the units are nonfunctional due to lack of trained nurses, anesthesiologists and space to place the beds.
Norbert Mao, the DP president General, says that the party is vigilant about what is going on under this project.
He says they intend to use their party branches in the affected districts to ensure that they fight for the rights of the property owners and ensure they get adequate and timely compensation.
The Police records also show that out 14,134 defilement cases, however, 301 children were defiled by suspects who had HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Of the HIV+ defilers, 120 were Guardians, 120 were Parents and the rest were Teachers .