05 Apr 2020 · Such behavior hit a new low when journalists were seen scrambling to get a share of payments by businessman Ham Kiggundu after a meeting with the Office of the Prime Minister on Saturday.
The region has been receiving the dailies through public buses, travelling from Kampala. But now the supply has been cut off totally, in Kotido, Karenga, Kaabong and other districts while Moroto received the first delivery of the week on Friday morning.
“Some of the LDUs are misbehaving, they were entering houses. What are you doing entering people’s houses? If anybody enters your house, don’t even allow them just ring Nakalema and see what we shall do to them,” Museveni said.
But while addressing the media today at the Uganda Media center in Kampala, Tumwine said that those outside the above category whose work extends into the night, should consider sleeping at their work places.
“Media is a service that should continue like electricity, like water, like medical, they are powerful, so their vehicles will also get stickers. That will be handled by the ministry of transport,” Museveni said.