Mwesigye's campaign manager Jackson Katende said that Mwesigye was unable to make it to Kigezi because he has not rescheduled his campaign programme after suspension of his campaigns following the arrest and detention of National Unity Platform (NUP) presidential flag bearer Robert Kyagulanyi.
The items include; 3,760 iron sheets, 497 kilograms of roofing nails, 1,855 kilograms of maize flour, 705 kilograms of beans and 168 blankets. Each affected family received 40 iron sheets, 35 kilograms of maize flour, 10 kilograms of beans, 6 kilograms of roofing nails and 3 blankets.
The youths are demanding for transport and accommodation allowance for participating in the election of Youth MP candidates from Western Uganda. The special interest group election was held on Saturday at Kabale College of Commerce.
The FDC candidate Anthony Muhwezi who was defeated by NRM’s Ronald Bagamuhunda for the Committee Chairperson seat claims that the Resident District Commissioner Kabale Darius Nandinda bribed each youth with 30,000 shillings to vote only NRM candidates.
Timothy Gawaya, Hope Mpeirirwe say that they had crossed to Rwanda for a business mission when President issued a directive to close all borders. They say that they had no option but to remain in Kigali. T
Alfred Besigensi, acting Kabale District Health Officer says that however much the survey indicates that 80 percent of the affected teenagers were aged between 18-19 years, they are still unable to sustain their selves since most of them are still at school or depend from their parents.
Alex Baingana, Principal Assistant Town Clerk for Central Division says that food vending has been banned because it is difficult for health authorities to access their hygiene. He also says that most of them tend to attract many people who are very difficult to control. Baingana says that the ban is in a good faith because it is only a preventing measure against Corona virus.
Monsignor Silverio Twinomugisha, the Vicar General of Kabale Diocese, says that Musabyimana's body was discovered by priests after he failed to turn up for a flight back to Uganda, prompting his fellow priests to look for him. to their shock, he had breathed his last, from his room.
According to Kyampeire, the deceased took his own life when all family members were attending prayers at Ryabirengye Church of Uganda. Denis Turyatemba, the Bukinda Sub County Youth Councilor, says Banyenzaki could have ended his life through suicide out of disparity after testing HIV positive.
On Wednesday, Alex Baingana, the Principal Assistant Town Clerk in charge of the Central Division stormed the Umeme offices along Bank lane in Kabale town accompanied by the law enforcement officers and ordered all staff to vacate the premises.
The standoff has paralyzed business at Katuna and Chanika borders. Businessmen; among them wholesale and retail shop owners, money changers, hoteliers, drivers, told Uganda Radio Network that they are incurring losses as a result of blocked traffic at the border.