Dr Lwanga will be the third prelate to be buried inside Lubaga Cathedral. The first prelate to be buried in there was Bishop Edouard Michaud, a Canadian clergyman who was one of the priest missionaries known as White Fathers. He was the vicar Apostolic of Uganda from 1933 until he died in 1945. Inside the same church are the remains of Dr Joseph Kiwanuka, the first native African to be ordained a Catholic bishop in modern times, who died in 1966 five years after his appointment as Archbishop of Lubaga.
The archbishop was found lying lifeless in bed at his residence in Lubaga on Saturday morning and was officially pronounced dead by his personal physician at 9; 08 a.m. His sudden death had raised questions with some people spinning conspiracy theories trying to link his demise with the death of other prominent clerics who have passed away in recent months.
The trend comes amidst calls from health experts urging the public to keep overserving Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs) including wearing of masks amid fears of a second wave of Coronavirus infections.
Denes Ssekabira, the Member of Parliament elect for Katikamu North said he intends to deliver a letter to Transport and Works Minister Katumba Wamala on Tuesday asking him to order UNRA to erect humps at black spots along the highway to save lives of residents.
Luke Owoyesigire, the Deputy Police Spokesperson for Kampala Metropolitan Area says there was no major incident recorded in and around Kampala besides petty offences such as pickpocketing and petty theft.
Godfrey Adea Pujambo, the chairman PTA Lumino High school says that the school poorly handled the tractor at the extent that they could neither repair it nor give accountability for the money, at least 300,000 shillings per day for two years, that the machine was making daily
A video that was captured by CCTV cameras within the premises shows the thieves who were disguised as employees of the National Water and Sewage Cooperation -NWSC entering the private residence at lower estate in Edinburg Avenue, Kyambogo Kampala and holding the occupants captive before taking off with the cash.
FUFA’s Communications Director, Ahmed Hussein, says that they agreed with UBC to carry the games to popularize the cup. He says that UBC will broadcast the first round of the 32 games and will keep upgrading at every level of the tournament as the discussions continue.
Washington Okello, the Chairperson Youth league in industrial area, Bar-dege Layibi division of Gulu City says they were tipped off by locals in the area about the small boys who were smoking the drug in the open, at around 2pm yet they were underaged.
Speaking to Uganda Radio Network in an interview, Magyezi noted that the government is looking for money to fund the operations of the new administrative units with the approval of the budget this year.
Mike Kigai, the in-charge Nabweya health Centre II attributes the high cases of teenage pregnancies to the laxity by parents to counsel their children. He says parents have turned their children into the business, something that has promoted teenage pregnancies in the area.
Buyondo Musa, the L C 1 Chairperson of Kitobo Landing Site in Bufumira says the area Police connive with criminal suspects who pay for their release without being charged for offences they are arrested over.