Many labour exporters, according to Otafiire, have been using clinics to get fake results which they use to take people to work abroad. Once the laborers reach countries like Saudi Arabia, Otafiire says some are taken to other places for instance Thailand where their organs are extracted and then they become food for crocodiles.
Their arrest was sparked by complaints by several youth leaders in Busoga sub-region, who accused the suspects of masquerading as state house officials, working closely with a key staff in the presidency, to defraud each of them of two million Shillings.
Speaking at the public transport symposium organized by the School of Public Health at Hotel Africana, Ivan Mwondha from the World Bank said that since 2012, they have been in talks with the government to implement the Rapid Bus Transport but the process is delayed due to lack of an authority for Public Transport.
Esther Bayiga, a Health Services Researcher at the Trauma, Injury and Disability Project at the School of Public Health says that inclusive and safe public transport involves the mechanical condition of the vehicle, accessibility to roads by people of all ages, and physical condition including those living with disabilities among other factors.
Andrew Mubiru the Director of Forensics in Uganda Police Force said that people need to be sensitized on what needs to be done if a case of SGBV happens so that they do not tamper with materials or crime scenes that would be of evidential value.
Bodi Xiu, the Park Administrator, told the Leader of the Opposition in Parliament Mathias Mpuuga who visited the park on Thursday that following the floods, they decided to halt all the operations and carry out maintenance works. He said that they are yet to decide when operations will resume.
She crossed the finishing line in 4 minutes 16 seconds and 4 microseconds beating competition from England’s Katie Snowden who reached 5 microseconds later and Australia’s Jessica Hull who came third in 4 minutes 16 seconds and 11 microseconds.
Ordinary motorists in Kampala had predicted that by the start of August, a litre of petrol could be selling at well over 7,000 Shillings based on the rate of daily increases then. Between June 20 and July 20, for example, the petrol of fuel had risen from 6,000 to 6,500 Shillings, but has since then risen by just about 50 Shillings.
Agago District lies in one of the areas in northern Uganda that are struggling with intergenerational trauma from years of civil war, refugee migration, and child abductions orchestrated by the activities of the Lord's Resistance Army-LRA.
Mabirizi had on July 13, filed an oath of complaint against AIGP Ochom, Stephen Tanui, the Kampala Metropolitan Area Police Commander, and Lt. Col. Fred Mwesigye, the commandant of UPDF’s operation Tokora. According to him, the order by the accused persons made on June 29, at the Mukono district grounds in Mukono district is against human rights as suspects are entitled to a fair hearing.
The proposed factory that will be managed by Bwamba Cooperative Union is meant to enhance capacity for the cocoa production to increase its quantity and quality for the benefit of local farmers and investors.
The power plant was commissioned in 2012 and has been supplying energy to the Ugandan grid. But the committee learnt that the company won a multi-billion contract before it was even registered and that the original owners of the projects forfeited their shares when the company was incorporated.