Dokolo District Police Commander Jimton Aguta says Wabwire was found dead in a room at New Jerusalem Guest House in Dokolo town on Monday afternoon. His body has since been taken to Dokolo Health center IV for postmortem.
According to a source in the Inspectorate of Government, Bangirana together with other officers in the Directorate of Engineering and Logistics used more than Shillings 100billion to construct Natete Police Station, whose ideal price shouldnt have exceeded Shillings 10billion.
Justice Peter Onega, the chairman of Amnesty Commission says the mandate has been extended to allow the commission to engage in the reintegration of former Lords Resistance Army LRA abductees in Northern Uganda.
According to the bond form, the legislator is expected to appear before Mugwisagye on October 3rd 2018. Zaake couldnt sign the bond forms because of the injuries on his fingers. The forms were instead signed by his lawyer, Nicholas Opiyo and his two sureties.
The pre-qualification bids opened at UNRA head offices in the Nakawa will now be evaluated in order to assess the competency and credit worthiness of the consortiums. This process according to UNRA, Executive Director Allen Kagina will take about two months and the tendering process is expected to be completed by end of next year.
Kitattas first application was denied in June 2018 on the ground that the sureties provided were not substantial enough to compel him to appear in court and his connections in police could help him interfere with investigations.
Dr. Moses Nkanika, the Lyantonde District Health Officer-DHO, says theres a possibility that the victims consumed meat from infected cows, sheep and goats. He says two other patients died after being referred to Mabarara Regional Hospital.
Matia Kalemba, the Kigasa B Village Council chairperson, confirmed the incident, saying Kulabirawo was alone at home at the time of the incident. He explains that this is the first incident of its kind in the area where assailants murdered their victim and torched his house.
Doreen Asiimwe, who was shot in the left leg, says besides the pain she feels she is worried about the future of her family if she remains in her current condition. According to Asiimwe, she is the sole bread winner of her family from her saloon business, which she cannot attend to now.
Dr. Godfrey Mulekwa, the Pallisa District Health Officer, says the mass hepatitis vaccination stems from samples showing the prevalence of the disease stands in the district stands at between 10 and 15 percent.