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Masaka District Chairman, VP Ssekandi's Assistant Clash over Relief Supplies

29 Mar 2020 · The controversy stems from the distribution of relief supplies which include maize flour, Rice and beans totalling to two tons that were obtained from the Office of the Prime Minister, to benefit residents affected by floods when heavy rains hit different parts of Masaka district last month.

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Masaka District Chairman, VP Ssekandi's Assistant Clash over Relief Supplies 3 1

The controversy stems from the distribution of relief supplies which include maize flour, Rice and beans totalling to two tons that were obtained from the Office of the Prime Minister, to benefit residents affected by floods when heavy rains hit different parts of Masaka district last month.
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Pictorial; Kampala Taxi Parks, Streets go silent as Ban on Public Transport Bites

The city is silent, with just a few shops opening for business, with barely a vehicle in the parks across the city. Outside the gazetted parking areas, law endforcement officers are still struggling to control the movement of bodaboda cylists, some of who, are defying the presidential directive, against transporting passengers.
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Buganda Kingdom Closes Offices for 14 Days COVID-19 1 1

Speaking to the media, Charles Peter Mayiga, the kingdom Katikkiro said that the move has been necessitated by yesterday’s ban on public transport by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. Majority of the Kingdom’s employees use public means to get to the Mengo based offices.
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COVID-19 Control Measures Incomplete without Economic Relief - Opposition MPs Joel Ssenyonyi 5

Kira Municipality MP Ibrahim Ssemujju Ibrahim Nganda says that the measures are likely to affect a sizeable number of Ugandans, whose livelihood is dependent on their daily income. He says that the category of Nationals needs to be supported to overcome the distress that is likely to come with the measures.
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Kampala MPs want Phased Implementation of Public Transport Ban boda boda 4 1

The MPs also want the stay of all loan repayments, lowering of the Central Bank lending rate, as well as food supplies for Ugandans who work from hand to mouth.
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When Countries Declare a Lock-down to Fight COVID-19

A statement issued by the Prime Minister, Edouard Ngirente on Saturday banned all unnecessary movements outside home unless absolutely important like for medical supplies or shopping for food.
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UHRC Asks Public to Comply to Covid-19 Guidelines Health Management 3 1

Amooti says that the public should appreciate the fact that human rights can be limited for purposes of public order, public health, public security and public morality.