Zubair Karangwa, the Kabale ward LCII Chairperson and James Kakande, the Kabale B LCI chairman are accused of conniving with two land brokers Asuman Lule and Tonny Katongole sell a plot of land to four people.
According to the survery, one out of three households in Kampala,Kyoteta and Tororo have carried out at least one COVID-19 test in the past month. The increase in testing comes at a time when the country is experiencing a spike in infections that have been traced to the Delta variant that is believed to be more infectious
Rumours and myths surrounding Covid-19 vaccines have thrown some Ugandans into an abyss of fear and mistrust yet studies have shown that current vaccines appear to be effective enough to end the COVID-19 pandemic.
Addressing journalists at the release of Primary Leaving Examination-PLE results on Friday, the Education and Sports minister Janet Kataha Museveni said that it is premature to reveal when school will reopen.
Each month they return to the camps to receive their monthly food ration. However, due to the COVID-19 restrictions on the movement of people and vehicles, some South Sudan refugees staying in Arua city are struggling to find what to eat and can no longer sustain their families.
Ssekaana thus declared the said forced leave illegal and made no any orders affecting Osinde’s employment saying that he is no longer in the same employment since it was terminated in other court proceedings.
While conducting the exercise, Oyaro made incantation locally known as ‘’Agat’’, picked remains of the large intestine ‘’wee’’ and smeared on Aluma`s bare chest while he pleads with the gods to forgive them and relieve them of further destruction.
Speaking to Members of Parliament on the Covid-19 task force, Dr Lamwaka said that they are moving to carry out clinical trials with designed protocols following the positive response from those who have used the medicine. She however says they need funding to conduct the clinical trials.
Arnold Kigongo, a resident of Kiwuka zone- Kasokoso in Kira Municipality Wakiso District, was playing with his friends during the rain on Tuesday and a jerry can fell in a trench, he tried to remove it, but the water overpowered Kigongo and swept him away.
In an interview with Uganda Radio Network, Mabirizi who has been a money lender since his university days in 2009 said he started going to court in 2013 to seek orders to attach the properties of clients who failed to meet their part of the bargain.