Mudukaki started practising nursing in 1952 and worked in Iganga and Tororo district hospitals before she was deployed at Mulago National Referral Hospital. Upon her retirement, Mudukaki worked as a school nurse at Buddo Senior Secondary School for six years, before opening a private clinic that she later closed after developing cardiac challenges.
Ismael Malore, a member of the deceased's family, says that their family is embroiled in property sharing wrangles spanning from 2016 when their father, Suleiman Malore, a powerful businessman passed away.
It is reported that the man identified as Yusuf Mukisa stormed the house when his ex-lover, Elizabeth Mbwali was away and chopped off the head of her son Benjamin Mugaya. The other two children; Prossy Babirye and Joan Kaudha sustained injuries and are now receiving treatment.
According to a statement released by Uganda Secondary Schools Sports Association-USSSA, Stephen Mugulusi, a striker with Kamuli Progressive school, was found guilty of using different names to feature in different tournaments. Basing on the evidence extracted from the 2018 alumni album of St. Henry’s College, Mayuge, USSSA found Kamuli Progressive guilty of knowingly fielding an overaged 'mercenary' to compete in the children's games.
"I am their neighbor and both of them are my close friends, but about four days ago, Mugulusi claimed that Tibita was cheating on him with another man and he resolved to flee from her, so we were shocked when he returned to kill her," sobbed Jennifer Maalusi
Eyewitnesses say that Mulumba who was riding from the side of Kamuli on his Bajaj motorcycle number UFB 656J attempted to overtake a sugarcane truck in a congested area characterized with double parking and bumped into the UPDF truck registration number H4DF 1248 that was coming from the opposite direction.
The Mayuge district police commander, Bashir Siriba says that they have launched inquiries aimed at ascertaining the cause of the fire, but for now efforts to screen the learners to confirm their availability and safety are underway.
Amanyogovu declined to comment about the matter, arguing that he had already submitted the payment request form to the responsible municipality authorities. He says that it was their role to clear the pending bills.
The suspects pose as land brokers and when they realize that their victims have ready cash to purchase the non-existent property, they in turn convince them to procure US Dollars at a lower rate, and then sell them the fake currency notes.
Amuza Mukoobe, a miner within the area says that they found Waiswa's lifeless body in one of the open sand mines. "We saw his sandals about 30 meters away from the sand mine, prompting us to search further and that's how we managed to retrieve his lifeless body that had been covered up in the sand," he said.
Flavia Nakato, a resident of Budhubirwa village in Bugulumbya Sub-County says that for decades their parish has had no health unit. Expectant mothers and other sick people have been trekking distances to access health services from far away from sub-counties, and according to Nakato, many were delivering babies on the roadside after failing to make it to the distant health centres.
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Maxwell Charles Mugude, the Kamuli LCV Chairperson, says although politicians are supposed to be supervising what civil servants and technocrats are doing, many times politicians are denied access to basic information which complicates their duties.
Mutemo said that the district received over 156 million Shillings to facilitate members of the Village Health Teams-VHTs and other activities of the COVID-19 task force but Duku and Mawejje have failed to account for the funds, yet several health workers have never received their risk allowances for the second wave.
It is reported that councilors resolved to construct a moderate administrative block worth 347 Million Shillings and on release of the funds, construction works were sanctioned, but construction works have never exceeded window level for some unidentified reasons.
During the scuffle to rescue the victims, Kasolo shot dead Yosam Namwindo, one of the residents in the area. As a result, residents turned their wrath on the constable and lynched him to avenge Namwindo’s death.