John Njoki Rugeimukamu, the Board Secretary of Greater Bushenyi Teachers SACCO, said the current laws governing savings and cooperative organizations are creating conflict amongst the regulators noting that the multiple registrations are weakening the principals of SACCOs.
The Physical Planners says they spend between 200,000 and 500,000 to hire private surveyors to locate coordinates for government land to get titles which is a requirement by the Zonal physical planning office.
Annet Kyomuhendo, the District Probation Officer says for the year 2020 they registered 408 girls and for the year 2021 there has been an increase and they have registered 606 girls. She blames this on the continued closure of schools.
According to Dr. Tumuhimbise, the Hepatitis B vaccines will expire in December this year. He attributes the poor uptake of the Hepatitis B vaccine to the COVID-19 pandemic, saying that there is a slow response ever since the pandemic broke out in the country,
Zeferiyano Byaruhanga, one of the affected farmers in Nyakanyinya II in Kasaana Sub-county, says that an infected banana turns color and hardens. He says the bananas turn into black or brown while the leaves dry up.
Martial Tumusiime, the Greater Bushenyi Police spokesperson, says the deceased’s father, Charles Kahuhe filed a case of threatening violence at Kitagata police station on Tuesday evening. In his complaint, Kahuhe claimed that the deceased had threatened to kill him, his sibling and their casual labourer.
After several minutes of negotiations between police and Amuriat’s Chief mobiliser, Roland Mugume Kaginda, he was allowed to proceed to Sheema Municipal Main Stadium on foot through Kabwohe town council with his supporters.