Brother Vianney Tongeirwe the head teacher of St. Jude Primary School, a church founded school told section of parents that he had been transferred but his next station is yet to be communicated to him by the church. Tongeirwe has been headteacher of the school for past 18 years.
Luweero District Health Officer, Innocent Nkonwa has issued a circular dated February, 25th, 2019 ordering health Center in Charges to take proper analysis of daily performance of all staff and report to him. Nkonwa says staff shall be paid for the number of days worked in a month in accordance with the new guidelines.
Robert Ssekyanzi the Chairperson of Luweero Town Council Boda Boda Riders Association says that motorcycles which are fitted with tracking devices are easy to recover. Ssekyanzi says that if the motorcycle is stolen, they immediately alert the service provider who locates the motorcycle. He adds that two out of six stolen motorcycles were recovered using the tracking device application.
Nakasongola District Education Officer George William Kajura says that the school has been closed for a week to enable pupils recover from the shock and to acquire new scholastic materials. Parents have been advised to pick the children and return the on March 3.
Mworozi says that when they stormed the church, they found Nakiwala chained on a pole where they were praying for her healing. He says they rescued her and transferred her to Butabika Mental Hospital for mental checkup and treatment
The deceased has been identified as Elijah Mutema aged 60 years and peasant farmer at Mawa village in Makulubita sub-county, Luweero district.Paul Kangave, the Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson says that Mutema was attacked on Monday while in his garden and strangled to death by unknown assailants.
Government policy requires local governments to use their own personnel and equipment to maintain District, Urban and Community Access Roads in their respective areas using locally generated revenue and funding from Uganda Road Fund.
The health workers attached at Nakasongola Health Center IV where arrested on Thursday by the police and officers from the State House Health Monitoring Unit. They were found in possession of Hepatitis B Vaccines in Luweero town council which they were planning to sell to private clinics.
Sadat Kazibwe, the Manager of Kanana Associates Limited in Luweero town says that the idea of obtaining a license from UMRA is still strange since they already have a trading license issued by Luweero Town Council and another from the Magistrates Court which allows them to operate.
Godfrey Mugisha the LC 3 Chairperson of Kinyogogga sub county says that in December, Save the Children handed over the schools to Nakaseke district after their funding ended. Mugisha says that although schools resumed operations this term, there are facing crisis that of teachers not paid salaries and the district is yet to budget for them.
Ronald Kamya, a member of Wesige Mukama Bamugolodde Health Scheme, says the scheme is affordable compared to general insurance services. Kamya says he pays Shillings 72,000 for all his family members and co-payment of Shillings 30,000 whenever any of them falls sick.
The fund channeled through the Parish Community Associations PCAs model, will see each parish given 30 million Shillings to boost already existing projects and revolves. The funds revolve within the parish on an annual basis. Up to eight billion Shillings has been allocated to the scheme in its first phase.