The victims' mother on Thursday morning she gave them money to eat from Habyarimana’s restaurant during lunchtime since she would have no time to prepare food for them. Ainebyoona and Kukundakwe went and ate there, falling sick thereafter.
The investigations were conducted by a four member team led by Hon Rusoke herself following a whistle blower's tip and the findings were this Friday presented to stakeholders during a meeting held at Kagadi district headquarters.
In June last year, the IMF Board approved a relief package for Uganda under the Extended Credit Facility worth 1 billion dollars over three years. Of this, 258 million US Dollars or 908 billion Shillings, was to be disbursed immediately to help the country meet the financing gap caused by emergency reallocation of resources.
This is part of a new initiative that is encouraging farmers to participate in seed multiplication and growing of Orange Fresh Sweet Potatoes, a special type of biofortified potato famed for high and fast-maturing yields and addressing vitamin-A deficiencies.
His class teacher had brought the learners out for physical education, a mandatory lesson for lower primary classes. The school headteacher Alfred Meri said that the boy died moments after collapsing as attempts were being made to transport him to the health centre.
Two years ago, each service provider would evacuate only one patient in three months on average. Today, each service provider like Bar Aviation and Air Ambulance Rescue -AAR handles at least one patient every month.
Makerere University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe said that even when the institution receives chunks of money to enable research they haven’t had a system for tracking whether the money is put to its intended use.
More buildings in Kololo and Nakasero were abandoned by NGOs which relocated to residential buildings in the outskirts, after downsizing due to COVID-19 related budgetary constraints faced by foreign funders as well as a growing work-from-home trend for employees who only use formal office workspaces on an as-needed basis.
The Integrated Intelligent Computer Systems (IICS) Technologies is an initiative of Government of Uganda. It started as a research project in 2010 under the supervision of Uganda National Council for Science and Technology.
Agnes Igoye, the deputy coordinator for the prevention of trafficking in persons at the Ministry of Internal Affair, has identified the suspect as Agnes Nsereko Katongole, of St. Agnes clinic located near Kiboga stage in Kasubi.
For more than a decade, Private ginners under their umbrella body Uganda Ginners and Cotton Exporters Association (UGCEA), have been largely supporting cotton production activities through funds voluntarily pooled by its members.