Yiga Sseguya, who imports motor vehicle tyres which are now not eligible for warehousing, said it was unbearable that they bring in goods and clear taxes immediately to continue moving. If they can't they have to pay for security that was previously guaranteed by URA's customs warehouses.
The Arua Municipality Member of Parliament Kassiano Wadri has appealed to the Inter Parliamentary Union (IPU) to expeditiuosly investigate gross human rights violations in Uganda before the 2021 general elections take place.
Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga said that the Congolese nationals illegally gained access to Ugandan waters and were conducting unauthorized fishing activities. They are identified as Kambale Muheira, Farouq Karengela, Kambale Maremesa, Kathembo Kangisi, and another only identified as Badru.
PMTCT is Already being ranked high for helping in the reduction of HIV infections in children born by Ugandan mothers. Recent statistics shared by UNAIDS show that there were 7500 new infections among children by the end of 2018 from the highs of 25,000 ten years ago.
Dr Patrick Asibo, who is supervising the campaign in Kitgum district told URN this morning that his team surpassed the health Ministry’s target and vaccinated a total of 104,069 children [109.9 percent] in the five days’ exercise.
Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, said the nine suspects include a Rwandan national one Sam Nkrunziza and three security guards identified as David Mawanda aka Seka, Gerald Nsubuga and Ronald Pulusiya.
Dr Peter Kusolo, the District Health Officer says that while the exercise has been running smoothly for children below five years, those aged 8-15 years, could not be easily captured because a number of them were not in school, and could not willingly go to the community immunization centres.
Mbarara Resource Center became operational in 2018 following protests from residents after it remained under lock and key despite its completion in 2015. The 32 million shillings centre is meant to serve pupils, students, teachers, tourists and among others.
Mbarara Resource Center had become operational in 2018 following protests from locals after remained under lock and key despite its completion in 2015.
Originally established in 1990, Kiryandongo Settlement was re-opened in 2014 during the South Sudanese insurgency and now hosts almost close to 60,000 refugees, majority of whom are from South Sudan. The rest are from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Burundi, and Sudan.