According to Sikahwa, they registered a number of complaints from job applicants implicating Kayinga for soliciting bribes from them with promises of helping them to secure public service jobs in the district.
Drawn from the four Divisions of Ojwina, Adyel, Railways and Central, the councilors numbering 75 on Thursday staged a demonstration protesting the delayed payment of their Ex Gratia.
It took the intervention of police from Lira CPS to quelled down the rowdy councilors.
Geoffrey Omara Okello, a local councilor representing Bar Onger parish at the Railways Division Council says they have not been paid for the last five quarters.
Uganda started enrolling people on HIV drug TLD in July last year but had excluded pregnant and women of child bearing potential on safety grounds but with the World Health Organization releasing new evidence supporting its use by all on Monday, Uganda is now moving to adjust the national ART guidelines.
Prosecution led by Masaka Resident State Attorney, Ivan Nkwasibwe told court that the convict stormed Apolot’s home in Kizungu zone in Katwe Butego division in Masaka district on August 1, 2018 and shot her dead. He reportedly decided to end Apolot’s life accusing her of infidelity.
But Dr Yusuf Baseke the Kasese district health officer told URN on Thursday that blood samples sent to the Uganda Viral Research Institute have tested negative to Ebola.
Baseke applauded the people for being vigilant and appealed to them to remain cautious and report to health authorities any suspected case so as to manage the monstrous disease.
Dr. Bruce Kirenga, an allergy expert and head the Lung institute, told URN that 3416 people were surveyed at household level to determine the prevalence of allergic asthma and other allergies and that respondents were followed for 12 months.
The delegates led by His Grace Archbishop Gabriel Mbilingi, the President of SECAM on Wednesday traced the footsteps of the Uganda Martyrs from St. Denis Ssebuggwao Chapel in Munyonyo to the Uganda Martyrs Chapel.
In Apac, three members are accused of allegedly misappropriating over eight million shillings that was meant to finance their association’s projects.
They are Francis Acabai, the chairperson of Ibuje Ginnery Youth Association, Gloria Akullo, the secretary, Joan Tino, the treasurer among others.
They have continued operating along Bala, Kwania roads and Jinja Camp, Uhuru Barr and some corridors within the Central Business district of Lira town.
Many street vendors have also remained visibly operating along busy streets Kitgum stage, areas around Lira Main market Noteber road at the corner of Amulam complex and Obote Avenue.