Strikers Geoffrey Sserunkuma and Derrick Nsibambi were on target as KCCA FC beat Fufa Big League side, Paidha Black Angels FC 2-0 in the final of the 2017 Uganda Cup played at the Greenlight Stadium in Arua on Thursday.
Addressing journalist this morning, Monica Amoding, the UWOPA Chairperson condemned the conduct of the late Prof. Mukiibi and called for immediate investigations to document the cases of sexual abuse and provide for the widows and children he left behind.
Dr. Stuart Musisi, the Masaka District Health Officer, says National Medical Stores never supplied them malaria drugs in the last quarter. He however, declined to divulge details on the matter, saying he is locked up in an important meeting.
Dr. Irene Ovonji - Odida, the Makerere University Vice Chancellor Search Committee, said they will forward the candidates marks from the public presentations the senate to make its recommendations in order of preference.
The first meeting with the district officials was successful and was well attended. However, hell broke loose when Wangadya and her team descended to the adjacent Jinja municipal committee room only to find empty seats and were ushered in by the cleaner.
Lillian Kawala, one of the neighbors to Komugisha, says the fire started from a cigarette she was smoking. According to Kawala, Kyomugisha retired to sleep with a cigarette after returning from a drinking spree.
Godfrey Kayemba, the Mayor Masaka Municipality has welcomed the gesture, saying the municipality lacks funds to renovate the school. He hopes they will budget for all UPE schools in the municipality in next financial year.
Aggrey David Kibenge, the Under Secretary Ministry of Education says the ministry doesnt condone such behavior. He however, says unless school heads report such behavior, the ministry cannot know what is happening in schools across the country.
Dr. Abubaker Lubega, the Moroto District Health Officer, blames the slow response to the program previously on poor mobilization especially in rural areas. He notes that whereas the mobilization has been stepped up, the free distribution of underwear and glycerin to beneficiaries has boosted the turn up.
Dr. Gelvase Twine, the in-Charge of Shuuku Health Centre IV shares his house with four other health workers, including a female staff. Three male health workers occupy the bed room while the other sleeps in the garage.