According to police, the deceased’s body had multiple cuts on the head and neck, an indication that the assailants could have used a sharp object to end her life. He says the prime suspect is the deceased’s brother, Cleophas Twinamatsiko, a business man in Kampala.
The IPOD Council Chairperson and FDC party General Secretary, Nathan Nandala Mafabi told URN on Tuesday that the scheduled meeting will discuss the activities to be conducted by IPOD and release a road map to the effect. According to Nandala, one of the key issues they will seek to address is Electoral reforms something FDC and the opposition as a whole has fronted for long.
The Works Ministry Permanent Secretary, Waiswa Bageya has downplayed the repeal of the Transport Licensing Board-TLB and National Road Safety Council-NRSC. He says the new law has instead empowered the Department of Transport Regulation and Safety as the competent authority.
But Ndaatwa says that he is grateful to Rotary Club International, which responded to their pleas by establishing an amputation facility at Kagando hospital, which will serve a bigger population. According to Ndaatwa, there are many amputated persons in Kasese district, but only 148 are registered with his organization.
Isaac Musumba, the Lands, Housing and Urban Development Minister, told reporters on Tuesday in Kampala that these changes are part of the Physical Planning (amendment) Act 2020, signed on January 10th by the president.
Nuwagaba Abias Kamondo, the Chairperson Boda Boda Katerera disclosed that soldiers connive with the Management Committee Chairpersons to arrest them and impound their motorcycles without any justifiable cause.
Actions include improving awareness about FMD, surveillance, information management and extension services in the country and strengthen capacity of farmers, traders and other stakeholders in the control and prevention of FMD.
The General Court Martial Chairperson, Lt. Gen. Andrew Gutti released the four suspects this morning on a non-cash bond of 20 million Shillings each following their bail application hearing on Monday. He bonded each of their sureties at 20 million Shillings.
Speaking on behalf of the farmers, James Tumuramye, the Chairperson Kajoki Coffee Farmer’s said aside from the low prices, they are facing a number of challenges among them the coffee bacteria wilt, and the infertility of the soil.
The reports highlight numerous proven interventions such as controlling tobacco use, which is responsible for a quarter of all cancer deaths; vaccinating against hepatitis B to prevent liver cancer; and eliminating cervical cancer by vaccinating against HPV.