Mulawa Waiswa, a resident within the area says that the crash has resulted into panic within their community and most of the parents have resolved to locking up their children inside the houses, as a means of deterring them from being exposed to the accident scene.
Namakiika told journalists that Wandera forced her to approve payment of emyoga funds to one of the groups, which had failed to meet the standards. "Wandera wanted me to process a certificate of clearance for Kasozi Women Development Association with an aim of enabling them to access the Emyoga funds yet the same group lacked proof of membership and it is not even traceable on the ground,” she said.
“My office closely worked with police and after receiving concrete evidence that Ssekimuli had mismanaged the registration fees to the tune of Shillings 7.6million we tasked him to refund it. We have made the necessary clearance with the relevant authorities and hope that UNEB will release the results soon,” he said.
The deceased’s grandfather, Muhamudu Kakaire had gone to the garden and left the toddler under the care of his siblings. His seven-year-old brother is said to have locked the toddler inside the house and went to play with his friends only to return home and find the house engulfed with smoke.
Angry residents of Nawansega village in Ibulanku Sub County lynched 27-year-old Emmanuel Wamuko this morning. Trouble for Wamuko started when he attempted to sell off two goats he is suspected to have stolen from the community. He was picked up by residents and handed over to police.
He was laid to rest at his ancestral home in Buwabe village, Ibulanku Sub County at a function presided over by the Prime Minister, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda and the Mufti of Uganda, Sheikh Shaban Ramadhan Mubaje.
Despite living with disabilities, Christine strove for the betterment of the education sector in general by personally championing an initiative of mobilizing girls within the different secondary schools to offer science subjects.
Gad Rugajju, the Chairperson of Bugweri Covid19 Taskforce who also doubles as the acting Resident District Commissioner, says the samples of all staff were picked from Busesa health center IV before they were offered psycho-social support and directed to self-quarantine as they wait for their results.
Salim Nabongho, a resident of Bulumoko village in Buyanga Sub County says the four had gone to harvest rice in their garden found between Bulumoko and Nkombe villages in Bugweri district this morning during a downpour when they were struck.
The funds comprise of 16 million Shillings meant for capacity building of school management committees, 17 million Shillings for monitoring of the UNICEF program, and the 3.2 million Shillings allocated to monitoring of the 2019 primary leaving exams.