Jakobse says that a lot needs to be done, to boost Uganda's effort to deal with Climate Change and specifically pointed out the recognition of the role of youths’ participation in the campaign. She was speaking at the Secondary Schools Quiz competitions held at Kibuli Secondary School today.
The archbishop made the declaration while receiving hundreds of pilgrims from Gulu who arrived at Namugongo this evening after spending close to two weeks on the road. Their arrival was dominated by an outpour of joyful emotions expressed in ululations, cheers and shouts.
The Director of animal resources Juliet Ssentumbwe says that the lack of resources has crippled the ability of the ministry to counter disease outbreaks in animals. She says that the unit is in dire need of funding to undertake tests to ascertain whether Foot and Mouth Disease still poses a serious threat to farmers.
Police say in order to clear the surgeon’s allowances; they need about Shs500M each year as opposed to the Shs150M they currently receive. Dr. Byaruhanga clarifies that UPF doesn’t owe surgeons allowances because postmortems and SGBVs facilitations cannot be demanded as salary arrears or constitute a debt.
The figures compiled by the Criminal Investigation Directorate (CID) show that car and motorcycle thefts also skyrocketed last year with 579 vehicles stolen by robbers armed with guns, knives and machetes compared 452 vehicles stolen in 2017.
Close to 30 residents of Lwamaboga, Kateerero and Lugongo villages in Byakabanda Sub County, Rakai district are accusing Mugenyi of grabbing a chunk of public land in the area where he is currently evicting residents to set up eucalyptus plantations.
Deo Obura, the Albertine Region Police Commander-RPC told Uganda Radio Network this morning that the trio whose names have been withheld by police was picked from different parts of Hoima Municipality.
Kayanja’s vehicle, which had four people on board, swerved off the road after a tyre burst and overturned more than three times towards Kajjansi junction along the Expressway. This is the third accident to occur on the Express way this week.
Silage Byamungu, the Ishaka Division LC V councilor, says PAC has spent four months without operating and no explanation has been provided to the top district leadership.
Today’s council session was dominated by calls for explanation as to why the PAC chairperson was suspended.
The joyful pilgrims are riding on the beat of the pilgrimage to stroke the streets with their feet in jerking dance movement. From the traditional Lakubukubu tunes to deep spiritual worships, the journey is memorable all the way.
Farouk Isabirye, the Bugonda Village Defense Secretary, says children within the affected areas are yet to commence studies because the only alternative they have is boats, which are costly. Each pupil requires Shillings 2000 to ride on a boat.
Sikoriyo was locked up in February for forcefully occupying the land belonging to Wilfred Chelimo, a resident of Kew village and threatening Violence. The deceased’s relatives rampaged on Tuesday demanding an explanation from Prison authorities on the cause of his death.