Mustafa Kizza, Murushid Juuko, Lumala Abdu, Waiswa Moses, Isiagi Daniel, Kaddu Patrick and Yunus Sentamu have made a turn to the team set up while youngsters Garvin Mugweri Kizito and midfielder Bobosi Byaruhanga who are part of the Hippos team in Mauritania are making their debut
Assistant Superintendent of Police, Charles Twine, has confirmed to Uganda Radio Network-URN that Bwayo was arrested last night by a team of detectives that has been trailing him ever since he was released from jail on court bail.
The turmoil according to party officials, also scared away those who would have contested on the party ticket. Before the election, of the 37 MPs the party has in the 10th parliament, only 22 contested again on the party ticket. According to Patrick Amuriat Oboi, the party president who was also its flagbearer in the presidential election, those who wanted to kill FDC were unsuccessful. Amuriat who was elected party president in 2017, said he was happy that the party proved a hard nut to crack by its distractors.
The respondents asked court to condemn Kyagulanyi to costs basing on his behavior including uttering out falsehoods, attacking the judicial officers, discussing issues before court through the media; and threatening to take his petition through the public court which they referred to as a mockery to the independence of the Judiciary among others.
Senators Cory Booker and Jim Risch who are both members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations expressed concern about the state of rights violations and democracy in Uganda. Their concerns were documented in a letter dated March 4, to the Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
The three; Julius Sserwanja also known as Kidomoole, Mbabaali Maliseeri (Uncle Luyuguumo), and Gold Ki Matono, also known as Opeto were arrested from Radio Simba over a satirical skit which, according to the government was used to promote sectarianism. Their counterpart Sssaabakaaki Peter (Omuzinyuuzi) was not found at the station at the time of their arrest.
Rosemary Ngambeki Purity disappeared from home after she moved outside the gate and never returned. Her elder sister Namatovu Shakila yesterday went to Kyanja police station and reported that her sister was missing and a case of disappearance was registered.
The report shows that between homes, restaurants and shops, 17 per cent of all food is just dumped. Some food is also lost on farms and in supply chains, indicating that overall a third of food is never eaten. The study represents the most comprehensive food waste data collection, analysis and modelling ever done, and offers a methodology for countries to accurately measure loss.
At Mulago National Referral Hospital that once had as many as 500 admitted patients, less than 10 are currently receiving care while the 1500 capacity Namboole Stadium Auxiliary Treatment Centre has no patient.
The analysis, based on gender-sensitive COVID-19 epidemiological data provided by countries, reveals that women account for around 41 per cent of COVID-19 cases, but with variations ranging from 31 per cent to Niger to 57 per cent in South Africa. In most countries, women are slightly less likely to die from COVID-19 than men.
Criminal Investigations Directorate –CID Spokesperson, Charles Twine, said Katwesigye was arrested on Wednesday after he was cited in the theft of another 4 billion shillings this time in fake dollar transactions.
In the current 2020/2021 budget, the Works and Transport docket took the lion’s share with an allocation of 5.84 trillion Shillings, followed by Security with an allocation of 4.5 trillion Shillings. Agriculture and Tourism are among the least funded sectors.
Fortunate Turabwe says this will be his second time to participate in a marathon. He, however, says that he has prepared enough for the event, which he believes will be his trigger for excelling in other events.
According to preliminary police findings, a group of thugs raided houses in Kabusu where they smashed windows and tried to force their way inside the homes. Residents summoned their courage and decided to chase the thugs.
Jumia Kamwoka was picked from Komamboga, Kawempe division with 200 girls picked from various parts of the country on promises of securing for them jobs in Kampala City. Kamwoka, according to CID Spokesperson Charles Twine, is a coordinator of Alliance in Motion Global Uganda Limited.
The Auditor General’s report states that the program revenue budget in the financial year ending June 2018 was 3.330 Billion Shillings but only 3.154 Billion Shillings was collected, as a result, the activity on national monitoring coverage of fuel quality was not fully undertaken.