The locals accused the Village Chairman of sleeping with married women in his area which they According to Acio, Opito alerted his neighbours who helped him to break the door and they managed to catch Obia red-handed in his bed with his wife. He was led to Arocha LCII Chairman, Tonny Otyang with used condoms and his underwear as exhibits.
The Lwengo CAO, Winston Agule Mulimira, says they have since cut their workforce from 30 to 10 per cent. He says they will reopen the offices on December 28, 2020, under strict observance of the Standard Operating Procedures-SOPs issued by Ministry of Health.
Addressing voters in Mityana and Kassanda districts, Katumba challenged government officials to quit their offices in exchange for the monthly payment of Shillings 25,000, which they are paying the elderly if they are contented with the amount.
NRM district flag bearers were having a joint meeting in the area when FDC presidential candidate Patrick Amuriat Oboi arrived and challenged police why they were allowing the gathering to continue when those attending did not have face masks and there was no hand washing facility.
Sabiiti, was last week dropped by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and replaced with Maj Gen Paul Lokech. In his report covering his two years and 10 months’ service in the police force, the former Military Police commander indicates that during his period, 28 organized criminal gangs that were terrorising Ugandans were busted.
Robert Kato and Daniel Mutebi were picked up on Saturday and locked up at Mukono central police station where they are said to have been tortured leading to their admission at CPR Medical Center in critical condition.
Innocent Naturinda, was arrested by police on Tuesday afternoon and detained at kabale central police station over defacing of Candidate Museveni's posters, but Derrick Kateebire Mugyesera, Kabale district NUP chairman says it is security officers who have been defacing Candidate Kyagulanyi's posters.
While campaigning in Kamwenge district on Tuesday, Kyagulanyi said the controversy was persisting because of poor leadership under the National Resistance Movement -NRM government. He said the disadvantage is both districts are not receiving the royalties that would be used for development purposes.
According to the guidelines, those carrying the coffin of COVID-19 victims will only be required to wear face masks and gloves. Overalls and other personal protective equipment will no longer be required.
In his Christmas message delivered by police spokesperson, Fred Enanga at the Uganda Media Center, Ochola warned all people travelling upcountry to be mindful of the night-time curfew, saying police will apprehend whoever is found violating it.
Wakiso district water engineer Isaac Galabuzi says that the project they are going to construct cost over 5.5 billion shillings and is going to benefit the people in the islands to get clean piped water which is going to be supplied all over the main island for the people to access it
Court heard that the convict severely cut his brother on the head, arms and other body parts and early in the morning tried to bury his corpse in the homestead before his actions were noticed by people raising concerns that prompted his subsequent arrest.
The Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson, Jimmy Patrick Okema says the accident occurred after a commuter taxi registration number UAW 617K destine for Arua City bumped into the rear of the moving police patrol registration number UP 4844.
This comes after a few days after the Uganda Prison Spokesperson; Frank Baine acknowledged that up to 59 COVID-19 patients have escaped from treatment facilities within Prison facilities since they started handling cases. The escapees were from Moroto and Jinja Prisons.
According to the Ministry, PWDs leaders in districts are expected to organize the PWDs in groups of between 5 to 15 people and submit their files to the district for final submission to the Gender Ministry for funding.