The Bishop presided over the launch of Maj. (Rtd) John Kazooraâ€™s book, Betrayed by My Leader, a memoir that centres largely on Kazooraâ€™s role in the 1981 to 1985 National Resistance Army struggle and later the National Resistance Movement government under President Yoweri Museveni.
Joseph Mugisa, the Police Chief Fire Officer and Coordinator for Emergency Response, said that Police do provide training on fire safety to the public but only upon request. He said such trainings were mainly conducted at institutions.
Arthur Nsiko, research analyst at brokerage firm, African Alliance, attributes the rebound to reduced yields in Bank of Ugandaâ€™s treasury bills and treasury bonds markets forcing investors to look to the stock market as an alternative for getting higher yields.
Ibn Senkumbi, who was standing in for the Deputy Police spokesperson, said the money was part of the welfare budget. He says the bulk of the money is meant for the cleaning, storage and airlifting the body.
The anti-Ken Lukyamuzi faction of the Conservative Party (CP) has petitioned court to temporarily block the delegates conference scheduled for August 18. The petitioners argue that there are pending court cases whose verdict is crucial to the party\'s future.
Wafula Oguttu, the FDC spokesperson, says as far as they are concerned Kanzira is innocent. He alleges that Kanzira is being punished for declining to attend a night meeting called by Crispus Kiyonga the Defence minister in which he had been summoned to take the votersâ€™ register.
Rwakishaya accused Professor Venansius Baryamureeba, who was also dropped from the race to retain the office, of poorly managing the institution calling him incompetent and fraudulent. He said he raised queries about Baryamureeba qualification and promotion but no action was taken.
Thirteen Heifer suppliers under the National Agricultural Advisory Servicesâ€”NAADS in Kabarole district are accusing the district NAADS office of failing to pay them for the 20 heifers supplied two months ago.
Although the fire destroyed only the Bata shop on the building, the smoke from the fire covered all the surfaces on all the two floors of the storied building with soot making it impossible for most businesses to open for normal operation because the merchandise, furniture, floors, walls and ceilings are all dirtied by the soot.
The Uganda Peopleâ€™s Defence Forces--UPDF spokesman Col Felix Kulayigye has said at least 18 of the 28 soldiers who were aboard four military helicopters heading to Somalia have been accounted for. Kulayigye however adds that the whereabouts of 10 other crew members are still unknown; a day after three choppers went missing while flying over Kenya.