KCCA failed to complete works in three months as planned attributing the delay to COVID 19 which forced the country into lockdown during which movement of workers was limited. Heavy rains were also blamed for the delay.
Patrick Muhenda, the Fort portal central police station community liaisons officer said such cases of gender-based violence were on the rise in the city and on average police receives above 60 cases every month at the child and family protection unit, however this case of grievous harm is the first of its kind recorded by the unit.
Mamuli told the Army Court that he shot and killed Kagolo at Kasengejje where he was deployed to guard the home of the deceased. He said that he was deployed with a colleague identified as Opiyo to guard the house and property of the late Musiitwa as family members had gone burial.
A video that is circulating on social media shows one of the suspects Aisha Nalubega who is also a step mother to the victim, tying him upside down the victim on the pole while her friend Kyazike lit the candle before they started burning the child with molten wax.
State prosecutor Lydia Nakato told the court that Onebe, 63 an accountant and Oriekot, 26, and others still at large in January 2021 at Mawanga zone LCI in Munyonyo, Makindye Division in Kampala district murdered Asio.
The two officials are Ben Okou, the Senior Health Educator and David Isaac Emuron. It is alleged that Okou was arrested for alleged misuse of covid-19 funds meant to pay allowances for the frontline health workers, village health teams (VHTs) and other district health officials fighting the pandemic.
Alexander Okidi, the LCV Councilor Lira Kato Sub County says that the closure of the facility situation has left patients to seek services from Adilang Health Centre in Adilang Sub County and Dr Amrozolli Hospital in Kalongo Town Council which are both more than 20 kilometres far away.
According to OBR leaders led by Prime Minister Joseph Kule Muranga, many of the leaders have not been supportive of the agenda to rebuild the Institution’s trust among the community and the government.
Mission Samuel, the Chief Security Officer of Kyambogo University, in the eve of graduation on Monday told Uganda Radio Network that, they received the information that there are some people who are organizing to disrupt the graduation function, and as a result, they had to tighten the security at the University.
John Bosco Rusoke, the Fort Portal City Deputy Town Clerk says it is not only teachers who have gone omonths without their payment, but other civil servants were equally going through the same. He however said the city authorities were doing everything possible in partnership with the ministries of finance and of public service to solve the problem.