On Saturday evening, the youth stationed on all routes leading to Fort Portal city with the placards. Some of the placards called on members of the public to wear masks properly, others advised people to avoid crowds while others carried messages encouraging hand washing and social distancing.
Joan Kihunde, who reported the case to Kitumba police station, said that a person, whose name has not been disclosed, went to the same bar on Tuesday morning and knocked but no one responded. Kihunde added that when the same person checked, the door was open with padlocks outside.
Magyezi, who had been invited by the Tooro king, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV, said the ministry is so willing to be a kingdom’s development partner and he will be sending technical people to assess the projects that are underway for support.
The applicants are accusing the King, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV of Tooro, the Queen Mother, Best Kemigisa and the Attorney General of committing a number of offences including the illegal leasing of Tooro kingdom land and misappropriating the properties of the monarchy.
Without citing a specific law mandating him to make changes, the minister went ahead to appoint the mayors of the municipalities as interim city mayors. Magyezi also promised to issue guidelines that were to be followed to form interim city councils and executives but the promise was never fulfilled.
In his resignation letter to the Tooro King, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV dated May 3, Mugasa says he has served the cultural institution for over 22 years in different capacities and he feels it is the right time to resign.
Mugume, who had been on the police’s list of the most wanted criminals was shot dead on Friday by security personnel in Karamaga cell, Central Division. At the time, he was being pursued after hacking one Patrick Kyomuhendo with a panga as he resisted arrest by community members.
The arrested are suspected to have been working with Amos Mugume – one of the most wanted suspected kidnappers and hardcore criminals in Fort Portal city and surrounding areas who was shot dead on Friday.
According to Rwabuhinga, the district owns 12 acres of land including the one hosting Busoro Sub County headquarters. But Kateeba has maintained that the kingdom owns over 49 acres of land in Busoro including the one being claimed by the district.
Speaking at the burial under tight police and army deployment, Bitarabeho said that her husband was so caring and loving and irreplaceable. Bitarabeho also said that she will always cherish Kabise for giving birth to Kasango and will always respect her despite their disagreement on his burial place.
In a statement posted on Twitter by Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga, a team from Special Investigations Division in Kireka arrested Smith on MOnday Morning for his alleged involvement in anti-government subversive activities.
Dubbed Smart Monitoring and Reporting Tool –SMART, the technology will facilitate UWA to carry out activities like ecological monitoring, topographical mapping and detection of disaster and deforestation.