Ogolla's mother, Anastasia Alweny, says that the caller, who did not identify himself, said the deceased’s body was lying at Bugiri Main hospital. Alwenyi says that the caller asked them to send him Shillings 1.5million via Ogolla’s phone number to clear medical bills in Bugiri hospital, buy a coffin and transport the body for burial.
Joker Patrick Rwabushenyi, a resident in Koranorya says that soldiers enforcing curfew arrested Baale who was taking soda at a shop and placed him in a vehicle before they sped off and threw him a few meters from the pump fuel station.
Trouble for Muwema started on Saturday evening when he allegedly parked his vehicle registration number, UBG 997H along Iganga road in the Southern division in Jinja city and turned up music where they partied and took beers together with 30 others.
“You thought your money can do everything. Now you are in it. Is it water? Is it urine? Is it stolen vaccine? It is you and the thief who knows. So you answer that question.” “And if you got this kind of vaccine in ungazzeted places, we would encourage you to work with the police to give more information. Because this practice is unacceptable .it is hurts public health and it should stop.”
Anna Apio, the acting Pader District Health Officer, says the Social & Mobilization Committees of the Task Force came up with the Response Plan. She says the funding is needed to implement COVID-19 control measures for six months running from July to December 2021.
David Ojwiga, the acting West Nile Region Criminal Investigations Officer, says that they netted the suspect after one of his victims spotted him in Arua city town and alerted police. He says that they have already received more than eight complaints from mobile money agents in Arua town accusing Leku of conning of them of millions of Shillings from their business.
Maureen Muwonge, the Director of Operations at Dwelling Places, an NGO that deals with street children, says that the children escape from home when they find that the conditions for which they left their homes still exist. Children cite torture by parents and guardians as one of the reasons that push them off the streets.
Some of the boundary disputes are between Yumbe and Madi Okollo at Ewanga, Moyo and Obongi at Palorinya, Terego and Madi Okollo at Ocea, Maracha and Koboko at Kololo, Arua district and Madi Okollo over Laura central Forest reserve among others.
According to available information, Mudoola arrived at the Luzira-based Butabika National Referral Mental Hospital on May 17 suffering from mental health-related problems. He, however, died two days later under suspicious circumstances. His mother, Annet Nabwire, says that they received news of her son’s death three days after.
Residents, who spoke to Uganda Radio Network on condition of anonymity for fear of security, said that they are still waiting for compensation since the Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries assured them of compensation.
According to Mpalanyi, the donation is in response to repeated outcries from the hospital for the items amid the growing number of COVID-19 patients and deaths. So far 18 health workers at the facility have contracted the virus, with two of them on oxygen.
Speaking at the release of a report about misinformation and misconceptions surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine at Hotel Africana, Dr. Driwale said that between June 15th and 20th, the Ministry of Health reviewed the history of 200 COVID-19 victims and found that the majority had not actually taken the jab.
Sheikh Musa Khalil, the Acholi Kadhi and Co-Chair of the ARLPI told URN on Saturday that they are creating awareness about the pandemic through community engagements with local leaders to encourage people to adhere to the preventive measures.
Addressing the District COVID-19 Taskforce on Friday, Kato revealed that they are currently depending on donations from well-wishers such as the Child Care Project-CCP, which gave them 100liters of diesel to enforce the guidelines.