High Court in Kampala has today convicted and sentenced three men to 30 years each in jail for robbing a Kampala businessman Bhaskar Thaker at gun point of his earnings totaling to over 130 million shillings last year.
A quack doctor who was arrested less than a month ago is back in business with his clinic receiving patients in Masaka. Because he has reopened his clinic, patients are flocking in the belief he has been cleared to operate.
Police in Kibaale have arrested a 27-year-old man for raping a woman who had come to buy soap from his shop. Police believe the increase in rape cases in the district is due to drug abuse that has become rampant. The victim was a breastfeeding mother.
An HIV positive woman in Kibaale district demands an explanation from Kakumiro health center IV for allegedly revealing her HIV status to the Public, a practice which defies the ethics of the medical proffession in Uganda.
The health center remains the biggest unit in KyazangaTown Council-Lwengo district and serves more than 220,000 people in the area. Its mortuary was built to accommodate two bodies at a time yet more deaths are recorded at the center.
Parliamentâ€™s Defence and Internal Affairs Committee has recommended that government pursues a sustainable solution to the ADF problem using the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR).
Four of the five Constitutional Court judges bar the MPs, who were expelled from the National Resistance Movement (NRM), from participating in any parliamentary activities till the final judgement of the case filed by the ruling party against them.