The authority acquired two vehicles fitted with controlled beam lights that can enable the viewers to spot the animals from afar. The same lights cannot disturb the eyes of the animals and therefore cannot scare them away.
Speaking in a mixture of Runyakitara and English at the funeral today, Rev. Moses Isabirye wondered how people can fear a body without breath. Rev. Isabirye was referring to the refusal by Government to allow the former National Resistance Army (NRA), fighterâ€™s body to be brought home for burial.
Police in Serere has opened a general inquiry file to investigate circumstances under which a suspect was found dead in Police custody. Paul Opolot (18) died on Sunday at 3.00 pm in Kyere Police post in Serere district where he was detained.
With effect from 16th January 2014, the end user tariff will be 520.4 shillings for domestic consumers instead of 524.5, 474.4 shillings for commercial consumers instead of 487.6, 452 shillings for medium industrial users instead of 458.9 and 310.4 shillings for large industrial consumers instead of 312.8.
Buliisa Resident District Commissioner-RDC Florence Beyunga says the ban followed a realization that those staging discos compromised security. Beyunga who doubles as the chairperson district security committee says the disco operators in the district often lack security gadgets to check persons that enter disco halls.
In a January 10th, 2014 suspension letter, a copy of which URN has seen, Dr Batibwe directs the affected intern doctors to vacate the hospital and doctorâ€™s mess with immediate effect or risk being arrested.
However, Jotham Taremwa, the electoral commission spokesperson says the by-election has been rescheduled from Wednesday 15th to Friday 17 January 2014 on the request from the army council forms the Electoral College.
It is overshadowed by the mighty Murchison Falls that very few people actually know the name of the falls, just few meters away from the Murchison Falls. Uhuru falls came into existence in 1962, the same year Uganda got independence.
He was charged and remanded to Masaka central government prison. On January 7th, Glacier applied for bail through his lawyers Patrick Kasumba of Kasumba Kungonza and Company Advocates on health grounds.