The Chairperson of the Uganda Episcopal Conference Bishop Anthony Zziwa, together with the Ordinary of Masaka Diocese the Right Reverend Serverus Jjumba led special prayers to pay tribute to Bishop Kaggwa.
Eric Mukhwana the spokes person at Inzu ya Masaba said they have proposed that the program begins on the 27th with taking the body to St Andrews cathedral for prayers, from where they will take it to the cultural institution site and the next day take it to Mutoto cultural site and later to Bududa for burial.
Anena’s compilation depicts a giant politician, the restless citizen, the clueless youth, those struggling to heal from life's scratches and the ones hunting for words to describe fiery flames of affection.
The Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire identifies the fire victims as 30-year-old Doreen Namutebi and her four children including Aisha Birungi, 13, Jennifer Nanyonjo, 8, Mugenyi Seguya, 7 and Israel Ntulume, 6.
Mr.Kiyonga said the resuming cattle theft among the Karimojong community and their neighbors is being encouraged by some leaders who used to benefit from cattle rusttling before they were elected in the offices.
In 2013, the incumbent President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Buganda Kingdom officials paving way for the return of the Kingdom properties.
The assets including the Kingdom’s official estates for Masaza, Gombolola, properties of chiefs, clearance of rent arrears accruing from rentals of the Kingdom properties and others were taken over for administration by the Provincial Government after the abrogation of the 1962 Constitution.
Mayiga was today speaking at an event at Bulange-Mengo where he unveiled the Kingdom Board for Environment Conservation. At the same event, the Kingdom entered into a partnership with Climate Action Network- a network for environmental non-governmental organizations and World Wide Fund for Nature Uganda. The partnerships are envisaged to promote environmental conservation.
Dr. John Anguzu, the Nakapiripirit District Health Director, says the coronavirus pandemic broke out in the country and President, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni issued directives for hand washing, many community members in the district embraced the practices, which has seen a total reduction of diarrhoea cases.
However, on Tuesday the rival faction allied to Mike Jude Mudoma, the parallel Umukuka issued a statement indicating that they were in charge of the deceased’s burial arrangements. “The Organs of the Inzu have swung into action and in conjunction with the family of the late Umukuka will inform the public on the funeral arrangements,” read a statement signed by James Kangala, the Secretary General of the rival faction.
According to Dr. Lokales, most of the implicated politicians some of whom are seeking re-election are promoting open defecation in their campaigns. He says the politicians and their family answer the call of nature in open places especially along seasonal rivers.
Charles Topoth the secretary in the Karamoja Elders Council says that the elders are concerned that many families are now left landless while others have died due to lack of proper mediation at the grass root.
Deus Darlington Mushikori, a nephew to the late Mushikori told Uganda Radio Network-URN on Tuesday that they are waiting for the arrival of the deceased’s children from Canada and Saudi Arabia before they decide on the burial date.
The tourism sector is one of the worst hit sectors of the country due to the different measures adopted by government to curb the spread of corona virus including restrictions on internal and international travel among others.
However, in September 2020 government eased the restrictions and okayed the resumption of both local and international travel as borders and airports opened for tourists.