Hajji Nasser Ssebugwawo, the sign language interpreter and a teacher at Uganda Society for the Deaf at Namirembe says he was inspired to start sign language after being told that many of the hearing impaired had abandoned the mosque due to the absence of interpreters.
‘’We lost people to hunger in big numbers. The report from Kotido District indicates that 1680 people died of hunger. During our pastoral work to the manyattas, we find children so malnourished, people very hungry, very thin and others dying in their houses and compounds,” Bishop Nasak said.
Addressing journalists shortly after holding his first meeting with the Lango Muslim leaders at Idd Amin Mosque, Sheikh promised to strive for peace in Lango and Northern Region as a whole despite the challenges, which come with leading a disgruntled group.
According to the Very Rev. Canon Jonathan Kisawuzi, the Dean of Namirembe Cathedral, the Queen’s enduring faith, wisdom and inspiration were drawn from Jesus Christ, who is the perfect example of servant leadership.
The Elders Council says that much as the government is succeeding in disarmament, there is a need to cleanse the reformed warriors who have surrendered their guns so that they are mentally prepared for lasting peace.
More than 24,000 Ugandans seek household jobs in the Middle East annually, driven out of the country by poverty, unemployment, domestic violence and family breakdown among others. However, hundreds of them who are unknowingly trafficked are reporting harsh and inhumane working conditions, which have put hundreds of lives on the line.
The Queen was a committed Christian and often referred to her faith in her annual Christmas Broadcasts - the moment in the year when she was able to reflect on events and express more personal views. Until her death, the Queen was the Supreme Governor of the Church of England, a role she took up in 1953 after ascending to the throne.
Sheikh Shaban Ramadhan Mubaje, who was on an official tour in the Lango region on Monday noted that Sheikh Abdul-Aziz Hussein has not been actively involved in developing and uniting the Muslim community in Lango.
Mubiru told Sheikh Mubaje that they had learned of a move by the Kibuli faction to grab half of the land for their personal gains against their father's will. Mubiru explained that the Kibuli faction illegally took over the management of the property after learning that their father was a friend to the late Prince Badru Kakungulu of Kibuli mosque but they have since mismanaged it.
Nabbanja says under the PDM, Ugandans will be able to get money at an interest rate of 6 percent. She tasked leaders in the region and the country at large to own the PDM project and be transparent in order for the people to benefit from the program.