The Aswa Regional Police Public Relations Officer David Ongom Mudong disclosed on Monday in an interview with Uganda Radio Network that at least seven cases of kidnap and homicides were recorded in a fortnight!
John Baptist Asiimwe, the Deputy DPP resounded the call on Monday while interfacing with Parliament’s Committee on Human Rights on the state of human rights in the country spanning January 2020 – January 2022.
So far the kingdom has planted 1,003,310 trees of indigenous species such as neem, mango, oranges, and others. These have been planted in each of the 18 counties of Buganda with its partners such as the Rotary clubs and Nature Sacredness and Cultural Rights Initiative.
"The deceased has never had any criminal record in my village, he has been a hardworking man who depended on cultivation to educate his children, he has never been involved in any criminal offence, I can't believe he can be tagged to such a crime," the chairman said.
Twahir Musilamu, the Chairperson of Uganda Professional Science Teacher’s Un-UPSTU Bugisu chapter, says that they want the issue of their salary enhancement addressed with immediate effect or else parents shouldn’t bother to send their children to school.
Ntoroko Chief Administrative Officer, Anselm Kyaligonza told URN in an interview that transfers are normal and it's for the betterment of the facility. He explained that they have commenced investigations into the intentions of those involved in the petition.
The attackers who have been roaming the area since Saturday last week looted and destroyed household items including ox-ploughs, and solar panels among other items saying that the occupants were illegal in the area.
Kakwenza skipped bail and fled to Germany forcing Buganda Road Court Chief Magistrate, Dr Douglas Singiza to issue a warrant for his sureties to pay the Shillings 10 million each they committed themselves to pay in the event that Kakwenza skips bail.
Uganda's population is ranked highest for out of pocket costs for health in the East and Southern African region. Records show that Ugandans spend 41 per cent of household incomes on health care which lies within the catastrophic expenditure zone for above the 15 per cent recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO).
A panel of three judges; Christopher Izama Madrama, Hellen Obura and Elizabeth Musoke dismissed with costs, an appeal filed by Nabera's main challenger Paul Mwiru. The Justices said Mwiru didn't take essential steps required in the process of filing election matters.
Geoffrey Oyet, the Director of Bright Line Enterprises, who also doubles as the Association Chairperson, says that they resolved to increase the prices of their services and products including printing, scanning and photocopying due to a hike in the cost of raw materials by between 10 to 15 percent in the past few months.
Tom Wagama, a Boda boda rider in Mbale city, says that the bad state of the road has resulted in several accidents. He said a few days ago, a Boda boda rider fell into the deep hole and they struggled to pull him out and his motorcycle.
Mundeyi says that after lock-down, they had over one million applications that needed processing and printing. He says that due to the mass production, the systems kept breaking down because they were overworked and hence the decision to upgrade their system to enable them to print more passports faster when the need arises.
"We started the war from here. The people of Luwero received us and embraced the revolution. They sacrificed their lives, food, security and others to liberate this nation. They gave us the wisdom and grace to work with them through to accomplish this mission. With undeniable support and blessings, we succeeded to win the war and started laying the foundation for the long-term transformation of the country,” he said.
Experts say this trend is worrisome considering that these women are at a very high risk of contracting the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) that causes cancer of the cervix, yet if identified early, they can be cured of the life-threatening disease.
Rahim Manji, the Managing Director of Yo-Kuku, a leading exporter of chicken to Kenya, says that it is unfair for Kenyan poultry dealers to accuse them of dumping since they source most of their poultry inputs from Kenya.