Kato Besisira, the Kanungu Assistant District Health Officer in charge of Environmental health who is also the Chairperson of the district Ebola Taskforce told our reporter that screening facilities have been placed at the Ishasha and Butogota entry points to make sure that any person crossing to Uganda is thoroughly checked.
A family member told URN on condition of anonymity that Mbeeta left alone to work in the garden with the hope returning around midday. He however, says two militias emerged from the nearby bush armed with a rifle and tied Mbeetas hands and left with him.
The angry VHTs say that they carried out a registration exercise of children aged between 0-5 years on behalf of the sub-county from November 5-9th 2018. The exercise was funded by the United Nations International Childrens Emergency Fund UNICEF.
According to findings carried out by Ugandan Sexual Health and Pastoral Education USHAPE, a non- government organization operating in South Western, 1, 555 aged between 10-17 years are married while 1,754 girls aged between 13-17 years were found pregnant.
The hospital Executive Director, Dr Edwin Birungi Mutahunga confirms that Kajangu was admitted in an isolation ward after he presented high fever, vomiting and passing stool with blood, red eyes and lack of appetite.
The victims are identified as Patrick Bukora, 40, a resident of Migyera cell, Nakasongola district, Julius Saturday, 36, a businessman from Nsolo B cell, Western division-Busia Municipality, and Nassolo Sauda, 40, a businesswoman from Kiyola cell, Nakasongola district.
According to information obtained by our reporter, while driviing through Queen Elizabeth National Park, about one kilometer to Ishasha border, two armed thugs dressed in plain clothes emerged from the bush and started shooting at the vehicle.
The Suspects are Davis Turinawe, 50, a resident of Nyakabungo cell and Reuben Mugyenyi, 37, a resident of Rutoro cell, in Kirima Sub County, Kanungu district. They are accused of masterminding Sergeant Twinomugishas death through aggravated assault.
The suspects have been identified as Private Levi Rwaheru, 32, a Uganda Peoples Defense Forces UPDF soldier from the 23rd Battalion in Kayonza, Edgar Turyatunga, 23, a resident of Butiko cell in Kayonza Sub County and Naomi Ngabirano, 27, a resident of Butogota cell.
The university was closed this afternoon after angry students stormed the administration block and attempted to destroy it. They accused their administrators of mistreating them and failing to address their grievances, singling out a requirement of 400,000 Shillings to cover the cost of each identity card.