Speaking at the post-match conference, Coach Lutalo said the their early preparations have played a big role. He said the team will now switch to their second match against South Sudan which will guarantee their berth in the semi-final.
Muyizzi told the Court that he had talked to his clients and other defense lawyers involved in the legislator's trial to transfer their bail application files to Masaka High court in the interest of justice.
Valentino Lalobo, the Chairperson of Trees and Natural Resources of Payira Clan, said that a rapid count and assessment discovered that more than 500,000 shea nut trees have been destroyed from the area, saying that their constant plea demanding that it be stopped has since landed on deaf ears.
Dr. John Bosco Nsubuga, the medical superintendent of St. Kizito hospital Matany, says that they have lost eight External Fix Setter machines to patients. Nsubuga said gunshot wounds always take about three weeks to heal but due to limited space in the hospital, they are forced to release patients who return home with some medical kits.
Justice Minister Norbert Mao disclosed that he was given the assignment to organize a consensus for transition in Uganda, and asked the youth to support him in the assignment which was entrusted to him by the President.
According to the results released by the Speaker of Parliament Anita Among who is the returning officer for the EALA elections, 495 MPs out of the total number of 529 eligible voters participated in the election.
Among however later added that when the counting ended, 478 MPs had participated in the election. According to the rules of procedure governing EALA elections, each MP is presented with a ballot paper containing the names of all those contesting for him or her to choose nine of the contestants.
Jimmy Patrick Okema, the North Kyoga Regional Police Spokesperson, says that the suspects are locked up at Apac Central Police Station and the victims will be subjected to medical tests before their files are sent to the Resident State Attorney.
Robert Otim the director of Housing for Humanity said that they have developed procedures how the people will acquire these houses and they will be costing 18 million for the low-income earners and 35 to 50 million to the high-income earners.
Edward Ssekiziyiu, the deputy head teacher of Wampewo Ntake Secondary School, says that UNSA duped headteachers saying that student leaders had been invited for meetings with the president. He continues that despite the protest beingpolice-guarded, it impossible to foresee situations in which students could be hurt given the kind of protests that often take place in Kampala.
Moses Kiplingat who coordinates the group told URN that they have been spending much of their time following up misuse of funds and liaising with relevant offices against corruption in the district but no action has been taken.
Though from the onset, the European union commission in Uganda indicated the resolution as not binding, Carolyn Andreessen the head of cooperation at EU commission delegation in Uganda, says this issue will be fully covered along with any matters arising from it, come the 26th October business forum.
John Sande, a resident of Buwembe village in Buyanga Subcounty, said that they are tired of the sorry state of the road. He says that they decided to dig up the road to express their dissatisfaction with the poor service delivery by the leaders.
Ratib Muki, the Public Relations Officer for the association accuses the municipality of awarding the taxi park tender to a company that have never invested in the taxi business. He further noted that the awarding process was untrustworthy.
The eight-day show running under the theme “Harnessing economic recovery through local sourcing and deepening value chain integration," comes as businesses and the economy as a whole try to recover from a devastating COVID-19 pandemic.