Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango has said that the suspects were arrested in an operation that was carried out in Kampala metropolitan areas of Kasangati, Kawempe, Kabalagala, Katwe, and other areas on Saturday and today.
Recently, section of private school teachers in Gulu municipality launched a social media campaign dubbed "open our schools or feed the teachers" appealing to teachers worst hit by Covid-19 to register for food aid.
It is alleged that the LDUs, who were around six in number and were stationed at Kamdini police station went to Amati Trading Centre in the evening to disperse the crowded who all took off leaving behind Ogwang who was then badly battered.
The Minister who had visited IUIU main campus in Mbale on Friday to assess their preparedness and capacity to embrace the E-Learning program due to the Covid19 Pandemic said that the institution is incurring high costs in only providing internet to the Students and Lectures.
On the other hand however, scientific is also a common slang used to mean anything that is not true or legitimate. In referring to elections, if someone says “There was science in his victory” it means that there was cheating and other malpractices that led to victory . So maybe it’s safer to conclude that the use of the word scientific in referring to this election probably dents the credibility of the election even before the first ballot is cast.
These companies were first contracted in 2016 and were allocated areas to operate while KCCA would collect garbage in public places like markets, hospitals and schools and residents know for low Income earners for instance, Kaleerwe, Kamwokya and Mulago.
The Pandwong Division Chairperson Raymond Ocan says the suspect reportedly turned violent as he forcefully tried to find his way out of the centre after complaining of the harsh living conditions at the poorly managed facility.
According to Otim; an assessment conducted on Saturday estimates that over 300 acres of the crops that majorly include; soya beans, simsim, maize, sunflower, groundnuts, cotton, sorghum and millet were destroyed by the hail storm.