This was after learning that the rival side of Mike Mudoma who claims to be the rightfully elected cultural leader, planned to attack them as they installed Amuram Wagabyalile. Police says they wanted to prevent chaos which was bound to happen as the two sides clashed.
The call comes amidst a pile of controversies surrounding the use of AstraZeneca, which was initially marketed as the vaccine for the world. The use of the vaccine has been suspended in a number of countries following multiple reports of blood clotting developing in people after vaccination. There have also been concerns over the efficacy of the vaccine in people aged above 65.
A campaign in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic came with restrictions which among others, banned open-air campaigns and restricted campaign meetings at first to 70 people and later to 200 people. Candidates were advised to utilize media platforms for campaigns in order to keep coronavirus at bay.
“We are aware of the irregularity raised by our Medical team in regard to the Covid-19 test results of Taddeo Lwanga. Two tests have returned different results. We have written to CAF about this matter raising the concerns,” said FUFA’s Communication Director, Ahmed Hussein.
Fred Mujuni, the Chairman of Kaiso landing site fishing community told Uganda Radio Network in an interview on Monday that the Congolese criminals released six of the nineteen boat engines after their owners each paid USD 500 to have their boat engine released.
According to Wejuli, of the three presidential candidates, only Amuriat communicated, saying that he had lost someone and was heading for burial and asked the committee to reschedule the meeting after Easter week.
Although some members of NUP have already indicated that they will be supporting Kadaga, NUP deputy for central region Mathias Mpuuga said the party will have the final say to either support any of the candidate so far who have declared or come up with their own candidate.
The prison commander, who was speaking angrily with the journalists who were pleading for the return of their gadgets and National identity cards, said it was illegal for them to interview any person within and around the Uganda prison premises.
Four women identified as Viola Kansiime, Noreen Nabirye, Mclean Ahereza and Elizabeth Mutesi were killed and burnt on four separate days. Kansiime, Mutesi and Nabirye were burnt in Kasubi near Buganda royal tombs while Ahereza’s body was burnt in Nateete.
Abraham Odur, the NFA Forest Supervisor for Aswa River Range comprising Acholi and Lango Sub Regions said that the illegal dealers are specifically destroying Shea trees unlike in other parts of the region.
Odur disclosed that an estimated population of shea trees covering over 30 square miles in Lamwo district have been destroyed by the illegal charcoal and log dealers.