Steven Okunyuku, the LC3 chairman for Buteba sub county says that the level of water has destroyed crops that were about to be harvest.
He says the problem is beyond their level as a sub county and now the district should take up the matter and inform the national for possible interventions so that residents can be helped.
Superintendent of Police –SP Patrick Onyango, also Kampala police spokesperson, said the arrested officers are accused of killing, Vincent Serungi, who was a resident of Kisimbiri village, Wakiso town council, in Wakiso District.
Bruce Twesigye, the General Secretary of Public Universities Non-Teaching Staff Executives’ Forum-PUNTSEF, notes that to their dissatisfaction, all the monies were distributed to teaching staff and scientists which to him is not only unfair but also unjust and will cause disharmony. He adds all along they have been moving together and nobody was complaining even if the government had increased them with a little percentage at a time.
Julius Mpande, the officer in Charge of Operations at Kitgum Central Police station in his reports says the victim attacked one of their police officers while resisting arrest and made attempts to disarm him.
Professor Didier Houssin, the chairman of the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee said that COVID-19 is still a public threat and the cause of the disease needs to be traced by WHO to help in future.
While speaking to Uganda Radio Network- URN, traders and residents expressed worry over their lives as their homes and stalls that are now flooded by water. During URN’s visit to the landing site, a good number of houses, retail shops and food stalls were found plunged into water.
It's alleged that the late was last seen drinking in the bar of Nabukalu Zaina at around 9:00pm on the 29th/04/2020 and then in the morning the next day the body was found in the garden down under the cliff.
Earlier this Month, KCCA collected 180 street children off the streets of Kampala and quarantined them at the school to protect them from Corona Virus, rehabilitate them and ultimately take them off the streets.
The minister’s request followed concerns raised by the District Health Officer, HO Arua, Paul Drileba and the Hospital Director Dr. Philbert Nyeko over lack of accommodation for health workers currently managing the situation.
David Mande , a community activist in the area says that the leaders are not taking any quick response to help the displaced families adding that have been affected are now starving since everything of theirs has been washed away by the landslides.
The two cases are a 35 year old Kenyan male driver who entered the country through the Busia border. The second case is a Ugandan male from Masindi who was confirmed through the ongoing health ministry community survey