Ntumwa Matovu the Nakaseke Hospital Administrator says that so as to save the contacts from dying from starvation, they have resolved to ask a local hotel to supply food to the contacts on credit but they don’t have a vote to clear the debt.
Richard Odongo, the project site engineer confirms they have run short of funds to proceed with the project works, arguing that the Municipality has since May delayed their payments despite several certificates of payments submitted to the municipal Town clerk.
Samuel Kamya Ssemakula, the retired Bishop of West Buganda also confirms that he also receives just small tokens from the diocesan treasury, attributing the situation to the underlying financial challenges the Anglican church is faced with.
In South Buganda, however, Masaka, Lyantonde, Lwengo, Rakai, Sembabule, Kalungu and Bukomansimbi districts are not holding events to mark the day. It is only Kalangala which has managed to celebrate it today.
Muyita told URN, that although the court has enough money for the usual cases, it requires at least 400 million to try Kwoyelo under the International Crimes Division. During the trial, all judges under the International Criminal Division will be moved to Gulu for a period of not less than one month.
The health centre receives more than 1000 patients per month from Kyawangabi, Bamugolodde, Kakabala and Busebwe parish. The government health unit has been temporarily sheltered in the coffee store of Lutuula Cooperative Society since 2004.
She however, says three teams including Moroto Vocational Institute, Nakapiripirit and Abim Vocational Institute failed to show up despite the fact that they had paid the 160,000 shillings registration fee.
The offices were opened at the beginning of last year by Godfrey Mwanje, the Chairperson Masaka district NGO Forum to oversee the operations of over 30 civil society and community based organizations operating in the district
However, the management of Mpumudde home of the elderly cannot afford to pay its staff, clear utility bills and provide basic necessities such as food, clothes and beddings for the 20 elderly people living there. .
The LC 3 chairman of Katikamu sub-county Sam Sserunjogi wonders how the district can delegate such responsibilities to lower units yet itâ€™s aware of their financial constraints. Sserunjogi claims that he has spent over three months using personal money to carry out supervision of government programmes due to lack of funds and the sub-county cannot put funds into organizing events.