Abias Rwamwiri, the Spokesperson of the National Drug Authority, says that Agaba is a lecturer from the School of Clinical Medicine at Kampala International University Ishaka in Bushenyi and owns a printery business.
FDC's Oddo Tayebwa lost the 14th January 2021 parliamentary elections after he collected 5,898 votes against NRM's Derrick Kabuura who collected 8,199 votes, Others in the race were Yedidia Nyakahangura of ANT who got 734 votes, Kenneth Akanduhura independent 166 votes, Elly Ahabwe Rukira independent 47 votes, Nasser Nduhukire independent 13 votes.
According to statistics from the district Probation office, the cases were registered between January 2020 and June 2021 after the first lockdown was announced by President Museveni following the outbreak of COVID-19.
Last week, residents of Mastya Village when they found kerosene freely flowing in their area from underground.
As a result, the Energy Ministry dispatched a technical team from Petroleum Supply Department to pick samples from the alleged wells and conduct an offsite survey.
Annet Tibemanya, the Ishaka division female councillor says that the Education Act 2008 mandates the District Education Standing committee to appoint one person with the approval of the district council to represent the local government on the school board.
Led by the Director of Western Ankole Civil Society Organization, Apollo Kakonge Lee, Engineer Generous Tugume, a lecturer at Kampala International University Ishaka Campus and Zadock Amanyisa, a reporter with Daily monitor targets to raise Shillings 5million.
Dan Taritweba, the chairperson of the Board of Governors Kabushaho seed secondary school, says that the contractor wrote asking for more time because of the COVID-19 pandemic but has not communicated to them since the last extension.
Martial Tumusiime, the Bushenyi Greater Police spokesperson says Kansiime has been on the run since last month when Mandela was killed. Tumusiime says that the suspect was arrested on Thursday from his hideout in Omukatafari, Kizinda.
According to Professor Tarsis Kabwegyere, trouble started after Mbwatekamwa’s agents raided his campaign office and covered it with the posters of his rival. This prompted Kabwegyere's agent to tear the posters, which didn’t go down well with Mbwatekamwa’s team.