The officer in charge of Mpigi police station Elias Twesigye tested Amuriat’s wrath when he tried to grab the presidential aspirant by his hand but he was saved by a group of policemen who intervened to saved their boss from a punch which Amuriat had already swung to box him.
Addressing the meeting, Ruhakana Rugunda, the Prime Minister of Uganda, said the main focus is on working together and ensure free and fair transparent election that will guarantee a special government despite the tension, friction and confrontation among the political parties.
"There were about 100 people who had boarded the truck and that included players and their friends but when the truck reached at Angorom, it failed to change gears forcing it to roll backwards, killing the people," the District Police Commander said.
The former president notes as the country goes to the polls, the voters and other stakeholders should be left to participate freely in an environment that promotes competition and tolerance without intimidation.
Kitgum has five radio stations that include Jambo FM, Mighty Fire FM, Peace FM, Pol FM and Tembo FM broadcasting in the districts of Lamwo, Kitgum, Agago, Pader, Gulu, Amuru, Nwoya and Omoro, parts of Karamoja, parts of Lango and South Sudan.
The Senior Supervisor for Laroo -Pece Division in Gulu City Richardson Tabu, 29, disappeared on Friday evening when he went out to buy supper for his colleagues who were caught up in the office located in Senior Quarters in Gulu City.
Kirabira says that the NRM government cannot abduct its people yet this was one of the atrocities that took President Yoweri Museveni and his colleagues to the fight a bush war which ousted the Obote government in 1986.
The trainees include traditional knowledge holders, who are in charge of clan shrines, those who inherit from the parents or grandparents the knowledge and ways of using certain herbs to cure or manage illnesses, and spiritualists, capable of dreaming about a cure for a particular ailment.
The Electoral Commission has however permitted a voter or a candidate’s agent to take photographs or recordings of the vote counting process and take photographs or record the issued Declaration of Results Form.
Santo Ouma, one of the claimants from Paibona Sub-County in Gulu District revealed that of the 190 cattle that were verified and due for compensation, he was shocked to discovered that the number was reduced to only 80 without clear reasons.
According to Jalon Lakony Opiyo, every time elephants invade the area, each member of the village which has around 2000 households contributes 1000 shillings for the rangers to rescue them and their properties.
The NGOs which include the National NGO Forum and Uganda Women's Network (UWONET), had their accounts frozen by the government in December 2020. The two depend on funding from development partners to implement their activities.