According to Bishop Ssemogerere, many people have been donating land to the Church over the years, which has enabled it to construct Churches, schools and health centers among others. He says that unfortunately, most of the people who donated land to the Church over 80 years ago have already died.
Bukiibi village Chairman Pontian Katumba says that the problem has not only affected the access to water for use, but it has now threatened the sexual health of the girls who are not going to school due to the COVID-19 induced lockdown of schools.
Steven Sewava the Chairperson of Luwero NGO Forum says that the freezing of the accounts will not affect only planned activities but set a bad precedent and affect future funding of other NGO activities.
Ronald Ndawula the Luweero LC 5 Chairman says that the ordinance will be forwarded to Solicitor General for advise before its implementation to ensure that it confirms and doesn’t contradict with National laws.
Over 1800 students led by their Guild President, Ernest Ayen staged a strike on Tuesday protesting the poor sanitary conditions at the college, lack of practical lessons and lack of value for the high tuition charged at the college.
The girl, Amina Nabagesera was discharged from Ruharo Eye Centre, Mbarara on March 8, 2019, after undergoing surgery and chemotherapy to treat retinoblastoma, a rare form of cancer that rapidly develops from the immature cells of a retina, the light-detecting tissue of the eye.