According to guidelines issued on Friday, those that test positive in Central Division will be treated at Kisenyi Health Center IV and Makerere University Hospital, Rubaga division residents will go to Kawala and Kitebi Health Center IIIs whereas those from Makindye Division will seek care at Kisugu HC III and Kiruddu National Referral hospitals.
However, Medard Lubega Sseggona, the lead counsel for Kyagulanyi said that the actions of the state like arresting of their party supporters, bribing of their witnesses and a siege at their office at Kamwokya had hindered them from filing in the agreed time.
All these, according to police source, have been ordered by director of police Operations Service, AIGP Edward Ochom, because of continuously cases of attacks on drivers, riders and business persons. Ochom said their intelligence reports indicated that riders were being attacked as early as 7pm.
Legislators on the committee expressed concern over unspent funds meant for pensions in the Education Ministry totaling to Shillings 5.8bn which were swept back to the consolidated fund. The committee chairperson Nandala Mafabi raised a suspicion that the funds could have been budgeted for 'ghost' beneficiaries.
Moses Byamugisha, the Guild President at the Law Development Center (LDC) told journalists on Friday that the government has rendered activism meaningless to the extent that there’s a general belief among students that for one to be heard they have to be violent.
Leaders like Victory Kakala the head boy, Faith Wetsetse the head girl, Beatrice Katisi the Speaker and Ben Wakwale the UNSA Chairperson among others said they were supposed to have retained power until they elect new leadership in the school, but because they have to proceed to the next level, that it was thought wise for them hand over power and prepare for other things since nobody is born with power".
Apart from the local industries that remain operating under capacity, exporters are worried that the export markets are becoming harder to sell to, with some especially in Europe, reintroducing lockdowns amidst surges in new covid-19 cases.
State Prosecutor Gertrude Nyipir told the court that on 6 February 2021, Ouma and others still at large broke into a house in Apollo grounds in Kitgum Municipality belonging to Stephen Patrick Lokoya at about 8 pm.
The prosecution alleges that between June and December 2019, Nakityo, now CAO for Buliisa and Andrew Byaruhanga, the Chief Finance Officer of Ntungamo and Julius Ashaba, the Information Technology officer at Ntungamo Municipality through their positions embezzled the money meant for staff salaries and wages.
At JK Pineapple Wine factory, authorities found about 15 workers operating in filthy rooms, washing already used empty Heineken Lager beer bottles to pack wine, and adding to wine additives with labelling in Arabic language which they could not read. Silva Byamukama, the manager JK pineapple factory asked for forgiveness and admitted that they measure everything including the temperature of the products being manufactured, using their eyes.
The Apaa Bridge connects major roads that link Pabbo Sub-County to River Nile landing site; Puno-Dyang, Acholiber, Amuru Town Council, Layima, Pailyec in Amuru and neighboring Opuwa and Itirikwa Sub-Counties in Adjumani.
The incident happened at around 8: 30 p.m. on Thursday when the attackers hacked the two relatives with machetes on the head, chest and face. They also left a seven-year-old, Enock Asaba critically injured.
Last week, Kyagulanyi was supposed to file his affidavit evidence before February 14, however he was only able to file 50 affidavits in the agreed time. When he returned on February 15 to file another more than 150 affidavits, the Supreme Court registry declined to receive them arguing that they were filed out of time. He then filed an application seeking leave of court to submit them.