This is according to a report released by the International Labour Organisation-ILO. According to the report, the greatest causes of mortality are circulatory diseases (31 per cent), work-related cancers (26 per cent) and respiratory diseases (17 per cent).
The decision follows spates of chaos at the police headquarters Exodus Sacco offices arising out of lengthy queues and the slow pace at which services are offered. It is reported that early this week, officers endured three days of waiting before they could access the money.
The two schools have been for many years used asbestos roofs despite warning by health experts. According to World Health Organisation-WHO, exposure to asbestos causes different types of cancer, especially that of the lung, larynx, ovaries, and mesothelioma.
The deceased persons are only identified as Patrick 33, Moses 24, Jakwonga and Olivier 25, all fishermen attached to Kaiso landing site in Tonya Parish Buseruka sub county Hoima district. The fishermen were attacked by a group of eight men armed with three guns, panga's, spears, bows and arrows in November last year.
In her response, Furaya says that he has no reason to discuss with Rugaaju about the matter yet the expulsion was discussion and okayed by the Institution’s disciplinary committee. She declined to comment more about the matter.
A Ugandan-United States (US) based medical doctor is being held at Kabalagala Police Station in relation to the disappearance of, Dr Cathy Agaba, of International Hospital Kampala (IHK) who went missing on April 13.
Superintendent of Police, Patrick Onyango, also Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson, confirmed that a US based doctor whom he declined to reveal in being interrogated at Kabalagala Police Station over Dr Agaba’s vanishing.
Patrick Jimmy Okema, the Police Spokesperson for Aswa River Region says students of Creamland High School claim that Oloya’s accomplices had returned to the school to avenge his death at 2am on Thursday night after hearing that Oloya had died from Gulu Hospital.