Isabirye was interdicted for allegedly forging the signature of his supervisor Alex Omara Apitta the Commissioner for Physical Education and Sports and requisitioned for funds amounting to 20,728, 200 shillings.
Last December’s deaths were slightly bigger than the annual daily fatalities of 12 people. In total, 3,663 people died in accidents in 2020 meaning twelve people per day. In 2019, deaths recorded every day in December stood at 12 people yet the annual average daily road fatality was 11 people.
The outgoing Ministry of Education Permanent Secretary Alex Kakooza says that the decision was made together with the national private school teachers association as they look for a competent fund manager.
Dr Christopher Nsereko, a physician at Entebbe Regional Referral Hospital, says that common symptoms among the people who have been infected during the second wave include chest pain, difficulty in breathing, fatigue and diarrhoea.
However, the over 400 patients who have been admitted at Entebbe Hospital since mid-April spend an average of 20-days. Most of them have chest pain, fatigue and difficulty in breathing.
Buikwe South MP, Dr Michael Lulume Bayiga says the private laboratories have been accused of receiving bribes from travellers who don’t want to be tested. He adds that those who dodge the tests are given negative results yet they could be infected.
Brig Joseph Balikudembe the 3rd Division UPDF Commander told the media at UPDF army barracks of Saturday that the four guns were recovered in cordoned and search operations in Moroto and Kotido districts.