The MPs say the funds which were to be borrowed from the Islamic Development Bank were likely to benefit just a few parts of the country. They further argued that the government had failed to run technical institutions, despite huge investments in the sector over the years.
Mwesigye came out early this month revealing that for more than 10 years she had been harassed by her boss, Christopher Gashirabake, the director of legal affairs in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs. She, however, added that her complaints had been ignored by the relevant authorities.
Moses Nanoka, Rukungiri District Police Commander, says Niwagaba was burnt to death after one of the gas cylinders exploded and hit him. He says apart from Niwagaba, they haven’t recorded any other causality.
In just a single lungful of tobacco smoke, WHO insists that the hundreds of toxins contained in it begin damaging the lungs. This is because when smoke is inhaled, the structures that sweep mucus and dirt out of our airways are paralyzed, allowing poisons in tobacco smoke to make their way into the lungs more easily.
Sister Judith Nanyonjo, the Principle Nursing Officer at Lira Regional Referral Hospital, says the failure of the unit to function poses a great danger to high risk patients like accident victims, expectant mothers and children born with birth complications.
One of the health workers who talked to Uganda Radio Network said that two of their colleagues died at the beginning of the year as a result of health complications acquired as a result of exposure to hazardous waste.
Bright Muhumuza, a businessman in Mbarara, says they are unhappy with the municipal leadership for failing to enforce the ban on the kiosks. He says that the authorities are either comprised or some of them own the kiosks.
All the kiosks had earlier on mid last year been done away with. But they have been slowly but steadily returning with some of them being position on the walkways, in front of shops and spaces meant for green belts
The plane from AIM air carrying the deceased’s bodies touched down at Kasese Airfield at exactly 2:14pm on Wednesday. It was followed by another plane carrying staff of Hope and Resurrection SS that were escorting their fallen colleagues.
On Wednesday, the affected residents raised complaints about the compensation process during a community dialogue at Alupe primary school playground prompting Lokeris to halt the process until all the affected households are properly evaluated and agree with the investors.
During a council sitting held at the district headquarters in Kitumba on Wednesday, Kabarole district Chairman Richard Rwabuhinga argued that boarding schools lack special provisions for children living with HIV, which subjects them to stigma and discrimination.
World Food Program supplies maize grain to schools in Karamoja in order to ensure that children have midday meals and can concentrate in class. By close of last term, there was a balance of 400 kilograms of grain in the school stores, according to the school records.