Health Minister Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng told a press conference this afternoon that the country has for many months been keeping infections below 5% but with the rise, they have resolved to protect those at most risk of severe disease even as the country has not yet hit 50% vaccination coverage which is recommended for any country to start dispensing boosters.
Samuel Ediau, the Eastern Water Umbrella Station Manager in Katakwi, says that his station pumps over nine million liters of water to 632 water consumers but they end up collecting less than 35 percent of the expected revenue every month.
For a decade now ticks have caused losses to farmers who also have accused the National Drug Authority of failure to provide a solution for their animals that have continued to die because of tick resistance against alleged fake acaricides.
John Robert Odeke, the Chairperson of the Laity in Mukura Archdeaconry, says that they have resolved to have Rev. Okunya consecrated, a decision he notes may not be affected by the Archbishop’s presence.
Justine Naburya, the widow, told Uganda Radio Network that ever since the murder of her husband, as a family they have never seen any person from Uganda Police, or anyone from the government following up on the case of their deceased person.
Charles Ssentogo, the Deputy Academic Registrar at Makerere University notes that while most of the courses have been re-advertised due to a shortfall in admissions, it is a unique case for the Bachelor of Law.
Godfrey Efumba and Sylvia Taaka, say that they heard someone alarming in the evening hours and rushed to check what was happening only to find the deceased’s body lying in a pool of blood with several wounds.
Philemon Kudeera, the coordinator of the project, says that his colleagues were sensitized on the merits of the project and have since embraced it. He says that the construction of such a facility will boost safety sensitization drives across the Lake Victoria shoreline in Jinja and the surrounding areas.
Earlier this month, Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA and the office of the RCC asked vendor to leave the streets in a week’s time but in vain. They resorted to sensitizing vendors through passing messages on public address systems but still achieved nothing if not minimal success as streets are still crowded with vendors.
Through his lawyers of M/S Beitwenda and company Advocates, Kamuntu accuses the trio and others of defaming him through media. He also argues that Mbabazi is not a resident of Rubanda district and his company has never employed any of those demanding payment.
The drug was only approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Monday. Dr. Mitchell Warren told a meeting attended by journalists from Africa that timelines have already been set between the necessary approvals and global access.
According to Nyero, upon receiving information that the suspects belong to Padwong clan in Punakuru Cell Central ward in Namukora Town Council, the deceased relatives from Pugoda Orim clan in Wigweng Cell decided to carry out a revenge attack in the wee hours of Thursday morning.