Speaking to journalists, Justice Abodo noted that most SGBV cases take long in the system and the kind of investigations done by police lacks focus, which makes it very difficult for the victims to get justice.
Stanbic said on Wednesday that the employee from “William Street Branch has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently undergoing treatment.” It added that “all exposed colleagues in the branch are undergoing tests and have been self-quarantined for 14 days.”
At the beginning of this month, several DP members including 10 legislators, defected to the National Unity Platform headed by Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi. However, in places like Mukono, Kira, and Masaka, among others, it was reported that some DP leaders were trying to shield their former colleagues from the competition by discouraging party members from contesting against them.
The machine, known as the true beam linear accelerator (Linac), is the first of its kind in Africa and has been acquired through a government of Uganda funding amounting to USD 4 million (14.7 billion Shillings). The equipment adds to two already existing Cobalt radiotherapy machines which have been serving up to 150 people each day.
Lt Gen Tumukunde was expected to appear before the directorate at 11 a.m. today. However, he sent lawyers; Friday Roberts Kagoro and Anthony Wameli to report his inability to show up on grounds that the summons was not clear. According to the lawyers, the said summons was copied to the Chief of Defence Forces yet Tumukunde is no longer a serving military officer.
Constructed in 1997, the national sports pride is currently in an appalling state and has since failed the worthwhile tests of the Confederation of African Football-CAF and International Federation of Association Football -FIFA. This implies that Uganda has no facility for hosting both continental and international matches.