The agency through Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene-WASH constructed 100 modern toilets at various landing sites of the fishing villages and 71 toilets at selected schools, as well as establishing 25 solar min water points supplying piped water to 103 Aquatech water taps. it also renovated 43 government aided primary and four secondary schools using various contractors.
Previously Kawolo General Hospital used to run a drug shop selling medicine, according to the Hospital Administrator, Haruna Wamala. He notes that the private wing is the brainchild of the government, which is aimed at supporting the facility to handle certain services to sustain the hospital.
Isaac Mutyaba says that he purchased the land and settled there in 1976 before the church started most of its projects. He says that when the church started expanding, he sought a platform with the church to legalize and renew his tenancy in vain.
Haruna Wamala, the administrator Kawolo Hospital, says although the renovation and expansion of the hospital was a huge blessing, their staffing levels didn’t change. According to Wamala, there is a need for urgent recruitment of sonographers, surgeons, bio technicians and clinicians among other staff.
Petero Kyazze, the Ssi-Bukunja sub-county LC V councillor, says that failure by security to investigate the attacks has fueled crimes in the community. He warns that should the murders continue unabated, they will scare away people from investing in their community.
Alex Isabirye, the caretaker coach of Kyetume FC admits that they have internal challenges, which are frustrating his team from winning. He, however, says the responsible stakeholders are drafting the necessary solutions needed to better their performance.
Shaka Ssozi, who came in as a second-half substitute scored Busoga United’s FC lone goal in the 56th, minute. MYDA’s Assistant Coach, James Kasirye blamed their loss on the six injured players who are still undergoing medical reviews.
According to the official poll results, Ozuma, who ran on the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC ticket, polled 7916 votes defeating the incumbent Deo Mbabazi Tumwesigye, who ran as an independent and garnered 7393 votes.
The Buikwe South Member of Parliament elect Dr Michael Bayiga Lulume has been arrested together with seven polling agents for the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC LC5 candidate Jimmy Kananbi ahead of the tallying exercise.