Abas Katende, a nursing officer at Kyazanga Health Centre IV, says some mob members dropped the suspect from Kyazanga trading center after foiling his attack on residents in the area. He claimed that the suspect who is still in a coma was in bad shape when he arrived at the facility.
Nigeria looked a better team before the kickoff of the game. However, the Silverbacks looked fresh and grabbed the lead right from tip-off, with good shots helping them to lead the first quarter by a 12-point deference (24-12).
Those that defy the ordinance will on the first occasion pay a fine not exceeding shillings 20,000 and on the second occasion will lose an operating license and pay a fine not exceeding shillings 40,000.
“It is going to be a peaceful demonstration as we promised and our members are advised not to touch anyone’s property if we are to achieve our desired outcome,” he said while addressing journalists at a hastily convened press conference.
Businessman Shukla Mukesh, commonly known as Shumuk is challenging Ssenyonyi's election on grounds that the electoral commission didn’t follow the law in declaring him the winner in the January elections. He alleges that area presiding officers connived with Ssenyonyi's agents to alter the Declaration Results forms to snatch his victory.
Isah Ssemwogerere the Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson says that the second gun has been recovered in the bushes at Buwaazi village in Semuto during the search mounted by policemen and local residents.
On Tuesday, the suspect's lawyer Hamza Ssekidde asked the prosecution led by State Attorney Rose Aoja to clean her hands and drop the charges against his clients, saying they didn’t commit the crime for which they are being held.
The money will also be used to maintain Obangakene, Noteber, Aber, Olwol 0.534, Uhuru and Boundary roads. Part of the funds will also cater for the completion of the Coronation Park and construction of one children's park at Adyel Division in Lira City West Division, with construction works to be undertaken by Al-Nuiami Group, Abubaker Technical Service, and Segamu 14 Consults Ltd.
Chapter Four Uganda was in the category of organizations suspended for failure to submit annual returns. After suspension, Nicholas Opiyo, the organisation's Executive Director tweeted a receiving slip showing that the organization had submitted its 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 annual returns on January 11, 2021.
Jimmy Patrick Okema, the North Kyoga Police Spokesperson, says that police visited the scene where they recovered a firearm, two cartridges and one bullet. Police picked the deceased’s bodies and delivered them to Apac general hospital pending postmortem.
At least 11,472 people in Gulu City benefited from the COVID-19 relief cash that was distributed through the Office of the Prime Minister. The money was supposed to be disbursed to vulnerable Ugandans who were affected by the second COVID-19 lockdown, which started on June 6.
General David Muhoozi on Monday evening visited Lwengo district, the scene of the latest incident. He indicated that preliminary assessments are pointing to possibilities of terrorism, a line of investigations security has now taken.