More than 30 people were been arrested since Wednesday when protests erupted following news of the arrest of NUP Presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, who is accused of defying guidelines put in place by the Electoral Commission and the Ministry of Health on controlling the spread of COVID-19, during campaigns.
William Mule, who was the coordinator of laboratory technicians in Mukono district died on Wednesday morning while being transferred from Kiruddu hospital to Mulago National Referral Hospital for further management.
According to the Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Luke Oweyesigire, the three suspects hired Batte to drive them to Bajjo village in Ggoma but turned against him along the way, strangled and stabbed the victim five times on the head and three times on the right hand.
Brendah Awooli, 17, who stays with her mother at Seeta says teachers at Namwanga primary school Tororo failed to understand her situation and continued to punish her whenever she skipped days without attending school and when she turned up late for classes
Bodaboda operations are restricted to 6 p.m. in line with the conditions for the partial lifting of lockdown restrictions, imposed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. But many of them are operating in total disregard of the restrictions.
Derrick Isabirye, who led a delegation of six family members to pitch camp at Umeme offices in Mukono, says they will not leave until they receive a proper explanation from the power distributors. He says it is unfair for Umeme to disown their relative, yet they have been contracting him to undertake various assignments.
The accused officials include the Nakisunga Sub County LCIII Chairperson Mubarak Ssekikubo, Namuyenje LCI chairman Robinson Wampona, Defense Secretary William Bisaso, the Secretary for Information Bbosa Keeya and Gerald Ssemaganda, an area resident.
They were sued by their fellow resident Justine Nakasujja who accused them of organizing a mob against her, vandalizing her house from where they removed windows and doors before banishing her from the community. One goat, sheep and 50 hens were also confiscated. She was allegedly accused of practising witchcraft.
Waiswa was admitted at CPR Medical Center on Monday after developing abdominal pains, which affected his movement. He explains that Liu kicked his manhood without any explanation as he was picking plywood offcuts from the warehouse.
Robert Ssembajja, one of the affected workers, says that they are entitled to salaries ranging between 450,000 to 900, 000 Shillings. He, however, says that they received between 100, 000 to 250, 000 Shillings for the month of May without any explanation from their superiors.
He however, says that they received between Shillings 100, 000 to 250, 000 for the month of May without any explanation from their superiors.
In the judgement read out by the Mukono High Court Registrar Harriet Ssali, Justice Margret Mutonyi awarded each of the applicants after their rights to a peaceful demonstration were abused, unlawfully arrested and detained.
Moses Musisi, a resident of Nakisunga in Mukono District descended on the family garden measuring half an acre on Monday evening and slashed down all crops including bananas, jack fruit, coffee, Avocado and pawpaw trees claiming that he had sold off the land to clear a bank loan.
Emmanuel Muwanga is among the victims found at Sir Albert waiting for surgery on his left leg. Muwanga says that he spent two days with a bullet stuck in his body following a scuffle between police officers and traders who were operating none food stores at Wantoni trading center.
Swabrah Nakanjako, a resident of Katosi town council in Mukono district, says that she has to trek to health facilities in Ntenjeru or Kisoga Sub County to treat her child. She proposes that government institutes health camps to help to bring treatment closer to residents.