Bishop Jjumba was speaking during the celebration of Easter feast, from Our Lady of Souls Cathedral at Kitovu in Masaka Municipality. He emphasized that unlike the Easter celebrations over the years, this time, God has repossessed Easter to assert his authority overall creation.
The area LC I Chairperson, Tom Wamakuyu, says Salalila police posit has been using power illegally for the last five years. He says although the post has a legitimate power connection, officers tap power whenever their Yaka token expires.
A 2015 study carried out in Vietnam and New Zealand and published in a scientific journal- BMJ Open Access shows that the use of cloth masks does not protect health workers from infections. Results showed that the penetration of cloth masks by particles for influenza-like illnesses stood at 97 per cent compared to 47 per cent in medical masks.
It is alleged that Kyamanywa and his other siblings raided the home of Joseph Mbale on Saturday evening accusing him of practicing witchcraft. As a result of anger, Mbale picked up a machete and hacked Kyamanywa on the head and neck severally killing him instantly.
While delivering his Easter Message the Luweero Diocesan Bishop Eridard Kironde Nsubuga said that the World is facing turbulent times over COVID 19 pandemic but Christians should trust God to overcome the crisis.
Shamin Mohamed Jr., Founder and President of LetsStopAIDS says that 65 volunteers from 12 countries joined hands remotely to brainstorm on what works best for their communities through interpreting and translating content provided by key organizations in the fight against COVID -19. The outcome was updates provided in over 20 languages and local dialects including Luganda, Luo, Swahili, Zulu, Bemba, Arabic, Filipino, Portuguese, Nyanga, Setswana, and Persian language.
In his sermon, the Archbishop commended the medical workers for the successful treatment and discharge of three of the people, who had initially tested positive to coronavirus disease. The discharged patients were part of the 53 cases that have been registered in the country since March 22.
Capt. Dr. David Magoba, who is in charge of the COVID-19 quarantine centers in Kampala and Entebbe confirmed the release of most of the suspects from the centers in Entebbe.
Most of the people discharged were staying in hotels such as
Imperial Botanical Hotel where all 58 suspects were discharged, followed by K Hotels (57), Protea Hotel by Marriott (42), Petit Seogone Hotel (27) and Entebbe Central Inn (21).
So far, 215 people in DRC have tested positive to coronavirus disease since march 10, when the first case was reported. The country has also lost 20 people to the disease, according to records by the World Health Organisation-WHO.