Sheikh Lukman Wakinyankali, a member from the Kibuli faction set the stage when he emphasized the need for unity. He says the event was a good platform for Muslims to set their differences aside and unite for the same cause.
Gadi Mbayahi, the chairman of the Rwenzururu Kingdom prime ministerial commission says many youth tend to live recklessly during Christmas and end up doing things that endanger not only their lives but also pose negative effects on the entire community.
Under the phase two of USMID project that shall run for five years, Lira Municipal is set to upgrade to tarmac some of the roads situated within the central business town.Some of the roads to be tarmacked includes, Olwol, Noteber, Obangakene, Oyam, Bala, and Aputi.
Lwanga said Jesus Christ brought peace that is why there is happiness, hence the need to uphold peace. He said wherever and whenever there is peace everyone smiles, which makes it incumbent for each and every one to promote peace.
A highly placed officer told URN on Condition of anonymity that the bus was intercepted at around 11pm last night and brought to Kampala while the driver is still in detention at Mityana police station
Mark Kelly, WFP security advisor for Eastern and Central Africa, blamed the refugees for acting contrary to the laws and guidelines for refugees and more so attacking and beating WFP staff. He noted that the WFP will not tolerate any unruly behavior by the refugees
Gideon Sanyu Ntabose, the organizer of the cultural festival who also doubles as Kasese District LC V Vice Chairman accuses police of dishonesty. Ntabose insists that he notified police about the festival and accuses the force of acting on rumors.