Findings of the study show that 10 percent of P.6 learners and 13 percent of S.3 learners did not return to school. Gender-wise, the proportion of P.6 girls (eight percent) who did not return to school was significantly lower compared to the boys at 10.2 percent.
The victim’s father says that when President Yoweri Museveni announced the closure of schools in March last year, Obonyo moved around the village looking for children for coaching and they entrusted him with their child.
Dr. Brenda Apio Oketch, a member of the team of researchers studying the attenuated vaccine at the Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI) says that they have been collecting SARS COV 2 viruses locally from people who get infected which are grown in the laboratory and deactivated with chemicals.
Immaculate Alaso, the Bukedi North Region Police Spokeswoman says that the police officers were attacked by a group of people who wanted to trespass and disrupt a function that was being held at the home of Siraji Kagumya.
Batuwa Timothy Lusala, the Shadow Minister for Health said that the government has not done much to address their doctors' complaints.
The strike began on November 22, after the government failed to fulfil many of its promises to medics, as made in 2017 during a similar strike. The doctors want the government to increase their salaries to 5 million Shillings, increase medical human resources and compensate health workers who succumbed to COVID-19.
Addressing Journalists at the party headquarters in Kamwokya, a Kampala city suburb, John Baptist Nambeshe, the NUP vice president Eastern Region, said that deployed forces are most likely to repeat the same mistakes of looting natural resources that occurred in the late 1990s that saw penalties sanctioned against Uganda government.
Lawrence Katabazi, a resident says that he arrived at the health centre at around 8:00 am and he was not attended to until after 11:00am. He says this experience was disturbing and might discourage many people from coming to take the jab.
Lady Justice Elizabeth Musoke who was heading the panel has ordered for the file to be taken back to the Registrar with orders that it be reallocated to a new panel and fixed for hearing as soon as possible.