In the final World Health Organization (WHO) COVID-19 press conference of the year, on Monday, senior officials warned that the virus is "not necessarily the big one", and that there is a real chance of another, more serious pandemic spreading across the world.
Juuko, also known as "The Ugandan destroyer," was arrested on December 12 from Kyazanga and reportedly charged by the Unit Disciplinary Committee-UDC of the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence. This is according to the evidence tendered before High Court Civil Division Judge Musa Ssekaana on Monday, by the Attorney General's representatives.
The Umeme Managing Director said he is satisfied that the company has completed all the investment works that were laid out for 2020 on time. This comes as industrialists decry increased power outages which are impacting on their businesses.
Traffic policemen were seen begging them to leave so that cars can move as they continued chanting Museveni’s name. After putting traffic at standstill at City square, they repeated the same at Kampala –Entebbe Road junction.
The journalists who had turned up to cover the Monday press conference tasked the Chief Political Commissar of the Uganda People's Defence Force Brigadier Henry Masiko to apologize for the brutality of journalists by security personnel.
The suspects, all residents of Ikotos County in South Sudan’s Eastern Equatorial State were arrested by Uganda People’s Defence Forces-UPDF soldiers on December 20, from Okuti parish in Orom Sub County
The Eye Care Unit worth 417 million Shillings is being undertaken by Deg Bedo Company Ltd with funding support from the Christina Blind Mission (CBM). It will comprise of a theatre, an outpatient department, wards for both adults and children, among others.
People Power Movement is the precursor of the National Unity Platform [NUP] political party whose president and presidential candidate is Kyagulanyi Robert Ssentamu. Many a time, NUP is used synonymously with People Power.
Skin bleaching, a practice involving the application of topical creams, gels, and soaps to lighten the skin has become increasingly common in the region, where girls naturally have a darker complexion, according to the elders.