Ali Kimera who joined the club at undisclosed fee. He is the seventh signing for the club ahead of the maiden Premier League season for the Ankole lions. He joins other newly signed players among them Suwed Satugombo, Said Byekwaso, Francis Mustapha, Harishe Asuman Kihogo, Pistis Barenge and Fred Karanzi.
The Uganda Nurses and Midwives Examination Board UNMEB today released the results of the May 2017 examinations with this years candidates performing better than their 2016 counterparts. For the certificate programmes, 3,502 candidates passed this year compared to 2,968 candidates last year recording a 5.0 increase in performance. For diplomas 439 candidates passed compared to 286 in 2016.
Prof Kagonyera made the proposal while discussing findings of a study on Universal Primary Education UPE conducted by Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment ACODE released in Kampala today. The study titled Assessment of Public Expenditure Governance of the Universal Primary Education Programme in Uganda notes, among others, that pupil retention and absenteeism in school is at 30 percent largely due to lack of feeding.
A statement issued on August 2 by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development permanent Secretary Dr Stephen Robert Isabalija said that government has noted an influx of people involved in illegal mining in the areas of Kitumbi and Bukuya Sub Counties.
A statement released this afternoon by the U.S. Africa Command said that Jabal was leading al-Shabab forces operating the Mogadishu and Banadiir regions in planning and executing attacks against the Somali military, African Union checkpoints and facilities, hotels and the area around the presidential palace.
A medical report by Robson Okabo, a medical officer attending to the patient indicates that he survived with severe, deep and extensive burns on his entire back and right harm. The report shows that this has cause serious tissue injuries.
Every day, a herd of cattle, a pack of dogs, flock of goats and sheep as well as a drift of pigs are seen roaming in the town council and its neighborhoods traversing through markets, shops and across the streets.
Baluku was arrested by a team from the State House Health Monitoring Unit on Thursday evening together with Bernard Adoko, the LC III chairman of Amach Sub County. The two were picked from their offices and taken to Lira Central Police Station where they are currently detained.
Youth delegates at the meeting want all the 52 Commonwealth Member States to expose children to ICT solutions from Kindergarten, Primary, secondary school and university. This, they say, will enable learners to use technology to develop skills and solutions to society problems.
The caterpillars, with tufts of hair measuring up to 30 millimeters, were first sighted in Nyarushanje Sub County last month where they invaded gardens feeding on cassava leaves, yams, bananas, cabbage, mangoes, sweet potatoes, coffee and other agro-forestry shrubs.