Kabugho added that Asaba was even at church on Sunday only to relapse in last night and was rushed to Kilembe Hospital where he died this afternoon. Kabugho says the district has lost a very committed man who diligently served all people irrespective of their ethnicity.
Kasese District LC V Vice chairperson, Gideon Sanyu Ntabose, says there is need to expedite DRC’s application for admission to EAC. He argues that DRC joins EAC; it will enable member states help it build systems especially in Eastern DRC, which has grappled with maladministration for a long time.
Mumbere’s death brings to six the number of people who have died as a result of landslides in Kasese in two weeks time. Three were killed last night at Namuhuga cell of Bulembia division while another two sisters who were Primary Seven pupils were killed two weeks ago at Kyambarwa village of Mahango sub county.
Mubulya argues that the naming of Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu, which seems to encompass all the ethnicities that were involved in the Rwenzururu Movement is partly to blame for the recurrent conflicts in the area.
In his statement to police, Ambrose Lalim, one of the suspects claims that the five engaged the deceased in a bitter quarrel, which ensued in a fight. They reportedly ganged up Okot and clobbered her with clubs to death.
Kule who was a guest during the fundraising drive for a girls dormitory at Kasese Secondary school on Thursday, said the ministry together with examining bodies have put in place stringent measures to curb on the rate of malpractice within schools.
Andrew Mubiru, the Director Forensics in Uganda Police Force told hundreds of mourners that the casket laid in the mass grave contains a complete body that was never identified, four separate body parts and ashes of some of the victims.