The Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Energy, Robert Kasande says it is unfair for anyone to say the government abandoned the people in the times of a pandemic, saying they just ran into problems and has to respond to demands by those able to afford the full costs.
Rev. Alice Nabirye Mbusa the function’s publicity chairperson told URN reporter that a few people have been given invitations to witness the ceremony on behalf of the larger catholic community across the diocese.
Orombi also noted that representatives from the different political camps should have been invited for the national thanksgiving prayers at State House.
President Yoweri Museveni promised that other political parties will be invited for such functions in the future.
The database which is a compilation of victims from Acholi Sub-Region was handed over to the Speaker of Parliament by representatives of civil society, victims and UN Women at a function held at Parliament on Friday.
Lapyem takes over the office which had been vacant following death of former Vice Chairperson Billy Graham Odongkara. Odongakara succumbed to covid-19 in September this year from Bregma Medical Center.
Charles Twine, who also speaks for CID confirmed the arrest of the suspects. CID indicates that the logs of timber the trio conspired to steal were belonging to, Remo Tom, who was importing them through Green World Investment Ltd of South Sudan.
The Electoral Commission acting on the direction of the ministry of health, banned mass gatherings that have more than 200 people as a means of slowing the spread of Coronavirus. In a letter written by the Electoral Commission Chairman Justice Byabakama Simon Mugenyi addressed to Kyagulanyi, the candidate has refused to adhere to the directives despite of repeated reminders to do so.
This is not the first time criminals are hacking telecoms systems. In 2015, six former employees of MTN Uganda were sentenced to nine years in jail for unauthorized access to mobile money agent lines after hacking into the system and wired over three billion shillings to various mobile money agent lines, money which they later shared.
“When the traders of Uganda meet with those from Kenya and South Sudan in the market, they bargain as you the animal owner keep quite and the one who will pay more is the one takes the animal,” Mathew Lokol a cattle dealer we found in Nadunget market said with a contented smile.
Juma Mafabi, from Busia who has spent over two weeks in the hospital, says that he is forced to move about three kilometres in search of water. Mafabi is also worried that patients and their attendants are at risk of contracting diseases.
Arthur Owor, an environmentalists and Director at the Center for African Research in Gulu says passing of the bill is timely since the region is witnessing increased destruction of forest cover for charcoal and timber.
But Nabbi denied the offense and her lawyer Robert Rutaro asked for bail on grounds that she is very ill, suffering from acute asthmatic attack, cough and nasal blockage since two days, and that her doctors from Kimera Clinic Munaku advised her to continue getting treatment
“Is that Democracy? You are a fascist. If you are a democrat, why don’t you want people to freely express themselves? It means you are against democracy and you want people to do what you want not what they want!” -Museveni
Dr. John Bosco Nsubuga the medical superintendent of St Kizito Matany hospital told Uganda Radio Network on Friday that the increasing number of patients with bullet wounds was stressing the limited resources that the hospital has for other emergency diseases.