Elija Bogeere Lubanga Mulembya, the Kyaggwe county head alias Ssekiboobo, says Kawombe has been supporting a team of fraudsters involved in selling land hosting traditional parish courthouses (ekitawuluzi).
Christians who gathered the Church Lugazi eulogized Dr Lwanga hailing him for spearheading spiritual and economic growth in the area. To the community of Kyabakadde, Lwanga is an irreplaceable symbol that brought their community to the limelight.
According to Dr Kaziimba, Christians should use this day to reflect and avoid being swallowed by the crowd since the Lord considers personal faith not crowds; they should therefore always portray their integrity in darkness the same way they do during daytime.
Mulembya accuses Robert Lusambya, a renowned real estate dealer of masterminding the sale of kingdom land in Kyaggwe County. He wants Buganda loyalists in Kyaggwe to unite and defend the kingdom’s land.
Rev Dr Paul Kakooza, the head of the Church of Uganda Directorate of Education notes that as they wait for the detailed school calendar, headteachers in all Church founded schools have been instructed to call back teachers for orientation. The Directorate oversees 55 Pre-primary schools, 4,904 Primary schools, 460 secondary schools, 50 post-primary schools including vocational training schools, and six universities.
With the emerging developments at the university, a new main gate was constructed, however the current Vice Chancellor Dr Aaron Mushengyezi says the old gate (Bishop Tucker gate) portrays the glory and genesis of UCU but it has been ignored over years.
The teenager is identified as Irene Nakibuuka, 16, a resident at Ssaza Mukono Municipality. According to family members, the deceased together with her younger siblings went to attend a Christmas festival that was organized at the gardens.
Bishop Ssebaggala says he receives a number of telephone calls on a daily basis complaining about inhuman activities mounted against innocent people by security personnel in the district but nothing has been done by those in power despite of taking the initiative to report these concerns to them.
Prices have increased from 12,000 Shillings to between 15,000 to 17,000 Shillings a kilo, depending on the location of the selling point. According to butchers in Mukono municipality, their target was slaughtering about 100 cows but have only managed to slaughter 40 cowsnand 15 goats compared to last year when they slaughtered 90 cows and 20 goats.
The Director in- charge of Admission and Students Records Christa Oluka says that the extension for registration is to ensure that students who had already prepared their credentials in time but failed to submit them online are not left out.
Debrah Zawedde Ssetyabule, the Manager of Entrepreneurship center, says they are operating the workshop in partnership with Uganda Tailoring Association, which is responsible for producing and distribution of government masks in the country. He says they are also targeting the wider market of church founded schools and institutions.
Deborah Zawedde Ssetyabule, the entrepreneurship centre manager says the Diocese has the capacity to produce 200 mosquito nets every day. But the production capacity can only be meaningful when there is a ready market for them, she adds.
According to the deputy vice chancellor in charge of academic affairs Rev. Dr John Kitayimbwa, after consulting with students in different parts of the country with low internet connect, they suggested that the university deliver papers to churches under various dioceses for easy access.
The land measuring about 649 acres was donated to Bishop Tucker Theological College in 1939 by the family of the late Ham Mukasa. The donation was endorsed by Governor and it was authenticated, as a freehold facility. In 2010, the Church of Uganda transferred the land to UCU Holdings Ltd as part of efforts to build an endowment under the university.
Patrick Onyango, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, says police intervened after Muslims accused Sheikh Lumala of forcefully breaking into the Imam’s office. He explains that preliminary investigations show that Sheikh Lumala was appointed Mukono Kadhi but declined to relocate to the district offices in Kiyunga.
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The Bishop of Mukono Diocese, James William Ssebaggala notes that they haven’t given up on the process of acquiring a frequency for the station in Mukono district and attributes the delay to the change of leadership at UCC.