During the mass, the Chancellor for Kampala Archdiocese Father Joseph Ssebunya asked the government to be concerned and take care of the people who have been reported to be in dire need of treatment. He added that the suspects should be set free if the government cannot provide medical services to them.
On Thursday, Parliament of Kenya elected its nine representatives setting the stage for the inauguration of the Assembly in Arusha, Tanzania this morning. These are now taking oath alongside legislators from all the other EAC member states. The administration of oath is presided over by the Clerk.
The stalemate in Kenya and South Sudan caused a deadlock in the regional body because it cannot conduct any business in the absence of one partner state. As such, the administration of oath for the other legislators in the assembly was suspended indefinitely
Bonny Kasujja, the DP Chairman Masaka municipality, says Maos reign is a liability to the party. According to Kasujja, Mao only concentrates on suppressing descent within the party as opposed to finding solutions to key problems.
Drama ensued when Justine Lumumba Kalule, the NRM Secretary General presented Shillings 3 million as condolences from the party to the chagrin of the mourners, given the fact that Mbabazi had contributed Shillings 10 million.
DP and UPC on Wednesday stealthily went behind FDC and nominated candidates to contest for the two slots in breach of an agreement they had made to boycott the elections until court decides on the matter.
Democratic Party supporters loyal to Samuel Walter Lubega are protesting their expulsion from the party. Trouble started on Tuesday after Mukasa Mbidde, the DP legal Advisor issued a statement expelling all DP members who contested as independents in the 2011 February elections.
Fred Mukasa Mbidde, the lawyer for Eddy Yawe has asked court to stay his trial for his role in the walk to work protests until the constitutional court pronounces itself on the matter. Yawe was arrested in March for his involvement in the walk to work protests and charged with unlawful assembly and inciting violence.