The arrest of William Luwandaga earlier today followed statements by the neighbors indicating that he and his younger brother had been fighting last night and intervention by their father could have resulted to his murder.
The move, according to the Minister in charge of Kampala Beti Kamya, is an incentive to get vendors off the streets and encourage them to settle in designated markets while supporting their business to grow.
At least 38 of the dead were shot, others died after being burnt, stabbed, beaten or attacked with machetes. The dead included seven women and two children, one of them a five-year-old girl who was shot in the back.
Broadcaster Gawaya Tegulle describes Luwandagga as the epitome of television broadcast in Uganda. He says Luwandagga was well trained, understood television, had passion for standards, valued excellence and maintained high ethical standards in execution of his duties. According to Tegulle, Luwandagga can only be equated to the late Baale Francis
The canons led the first and second quarter 22-13, 33-29 respectively before the warriors made a return in the third quarter ensuring a tie of 50-50. The Warriors made most of their three pointers count in the fourth quarter, as the canons failed to convert their free throws despite being fouled.
University officials say that they are now ready to reopen based on resolutions of a meeting between the administration and Education and Sports minister Janet Kataaha Museveni. Professor Allen Babugura, the deputy vice chancellor academics told URN that most of the concerns were addressed by the meeting.
Several legislators told Uganda Radio Network-URN that charging editors with contempt of parliament is unwarranted adding that all necessary steps need to be taken to end the deadlock and develop a mutual relationship between parliament and the press.