Gerald Mulongosya, the Chairperson Masaka District Secondary Schools Sports Association, says the trio was found guilty of triggering chaos during the finals of Masaka Copa Coca Cola football tournament between Blessed Sacrament Kimanya and Masaka Senior Secondary School on April 7th.
The former police spokesperson had left his home on his way to Uganda Christian University in Mukono where he was scheduled to address students jointly with the Uganda Prisons Spokesperson and their UPDF Spokesperson.
Police in Gulu district is hunting for suspected arsonists for torching six huts in a suburb of Gulu town on Friday morning. The 1:30am incident in Library Parish in Layibi Division left at least ten people homeless and properties worth millions of shillings destroyed.
Ntagali was speaking during the Public Way of the Cross service, organized by Uganda Joint Christian Council UJCC, an ecumenical organisation bring together all religious denominations in Kampala to commemorate the death of Jesus Christ. The service was held at old Kampala.
The machine reliably records the employee attendance using biometric technology. It records the workers arrival and departure time in the system by registering a thumb or fingerprint, a card and a unique identity card number.
The ecumenical event was presided over by Archbishop John Baptist Odama of Gulu Archdiocese, the Anglican Bishop of Northern Uganda Diocese Johnson Gakumba and the Leader of Orthodox Church in Gulu, Father Julius Orach.
The traffic lights were equipped with cameras and computers that capture and record data. As the traffic lights turn red the system becomes active and any vehicle passing over the sensor in the road after this time is snapped.
Delivering his Easter message at his home in Kitovu this morning, Bishop Kaggwa noted that the killings have caused panic among Ugandans. He asked government to come out and explain the source of guns used by the assailants.
Masaka municipality officially distributed stalls to vendors in Nyendo market on April 5, upon completion of the modern structure. However, the allocation turned chaotic when dozens of vendors missed out as stalls were allocated to only registered and verified personnel.
Abel Kyanira Apuuli, the Principal of the Institute, says they suspended the intake of South Sudan students for the new academic semester, which starts in May because of the heavy depreciation of the South Sudan currency.
According to the Childrens Act, local governments are mandated to provide juvenile offenders with the basic needs, contribute towards their reform, education, rehabilitation and prepare them for reintegration back into their families and communities after serving their sentences.