Wilson Ngene, a human rights activist with Human Rights Network HURINET believes some of the homicides are as a result of moral decadence. Ngene says there is need for society and parents to do more to groom their children into responsible citizens.
Addressing journalists at the Media Centre on Wednesday, Angina said government is working with OWC and patterning with the World Food Programme-WFP to put up medium size storage facilities of 300 metric tons.
In Cereleno, Gulus agro-dealers hub, a handful of the 36 agro-dealers are stocking maize grains in the wake of the gapping price fall. Benson Rackara, a trader on ring Road, Layibi Division says the few stores stocking maize offer between 300 to 350 Shillings for a kilogram of maize.
The UCC Executive Director, Godfrey Mutabazi, told the Committee that since the scratch cards were phased out at the end of last month, statistics from different Telecom companies indicate 98 compliance to digital transition.
He says Ocan decided to revenge by burning Alal with acid since she had cut off communication with him yet he had wasted over Shillings 3 million on her. Ocan was intercepted by suspected prison warders who thumped him into comma before he could execute his mission.
Renowned media specialist George Lugalambi says that journalists are entitled to demonstrate if the issue of contention touches their rights and freedom. He, however, says journalists should excuse themselves from covering stories for which they have strong biases.