Some of the brands of alcohol packed in sachets include; Coffee Spirit, Beckham gin, Empire, X, London No 1, Tyson waragi, Good gin, Sunny waragi, Knock Out gin, Chocolate Spirit, Diplomat gin, Directors gin and Pandar gin among others.
A dummy cheque worth UGX 100 million was presented to the Premier by Speaker Rebecca Kadaga during the ceremony as contribution from Cabinet, Members of Parliament and Parliamentary Staff. The fundraising drive was conducted under the â€œKasubi masiro Ggwanga Mujjeâ€ initiative
Attending trainings, seminars and official missions by health workers are the leading reasons why Ugandans are not getting quality health care at health centres. A Word Bank report reveals that even though Uganda has reduced child mortality by half, service delivery data suggests that quality of health services remains weak.
During a courtesy visit to the office of the Government Chief Whip, Mayiga challenged members subscribing to the ruling NRM party to desist from using their numerical strength in parliament to stifle opponents through unfair legislation.
Mityana South MP Ssozi Kaddu Mukasa has asked court to quash a 40 million shillings award given to him for defeating his political opponent in the last general elections, saying its less than what he expected.
Andrew Francis Obirai, a businessman in Soroti has denied pouring acid on his estranged lover Dorothy Atim. Obirai, 36, is the principal suspect in the September 7th attack on Atim, an employee of Vision Media Group.
The summons indicate that their statements would help police with the investigation into the alleged mismanagement of funds meant for a training activity in the Climate Change unit by officials in the Ministry of Water and Environment.
Recently, an inter ministerial team led by General Moses Ali, the 3rd Deputy Prime minister visited Bududa and recommended that the affected households be relocated to 17 urban centers in the district.
Dr. Sarah Ssewanyana, the Executive Director of Economic Policy Research Centre, says since the onset of the Universal Primary Education (UPE) in 1997, government has emphasized the numbers of pupils in school and not the high quality teaching and learning.
The report released today on service delivery indicators in Uganda shows that only 58 percent of health workers are able to correctly diagnose illnesses. Accordingly even when providers correctly diagnosed a condition, there was no guarantee that the patient would be treated, reflecting weak knowledge of health workers.
Education authorities in Namayingo have also decided to close the school to pave way for thorough investigations into the matter. The closure followed a PTA general meeting held at the school premises yesterday.
Muwanguzi was first arrested last week when he was found disguising himself as a Catholic priest from Kenya under the name Paul Mwamba. he organised an unauthorised Charismatic Prayer Service at Nabisere Hotel in Kalisizo Town Council with intent to extort money from unsuspecting residents.
In June 2013, Kampala Traders went on strike, against the program stating that it would lead to an increase in their costs. but today UNBS reveals that at least 1710 conformity certificates had been issued out in the first three months of the program.
Kisubi Brothers University, a constituent College of Uganda Martyrs University, is the only higher institution of learning offering the course as a teaching subject, with only about 500 students. However, this number cannot meet the demand for the teachers across the country.