Rev. Alice Nabirye Mbusa the function’s publicity chairperson told URN reporter that a few people have been given invitations to witness the ceremony on behalf of the larger catholic community across the diocese.
Orombi also noted that representatives from the different political camps should have been invited for the national thanksgiving prayers at State House.
President Yoweri Museveni promised that other political parties will be invited for such functions in the future.
The database which is a compilation of victims from Acholi Sub-Region was handed over to the Speaker of Parliament by representatives of civil society, victims and UN Women at a function held at Parliament on Friday.
“When the traders of Uganda meet with those from Kenya and South Sudan in the market, they bargain as you the animal owner keep quite and the one who will pay more is the one takes the animal,” Mathew Lokol a cattle dealer we found in Nadunget market said with a contented smile.
Juma Mafabi, from Busia who has spent over two weeks in the hospital, says that he is forced to move about three kilometres in search of water. Mafabi is also worried that patients and their attendants are at risk of contracting diseases.
Dr. John Bosco Nsubuga the medical superintendent of St Kizito Matany hospital told Uganda Radio Network on Friday that the increasing number of patients with bullet wounds was stressing the limited resources that the hospital has for other emergency diseases.
This comes after the appointment of former Chief Justice of Uganda Bart Magunda Katureebe, to the China International Commercial Court (CICC), an organ of the Supreme People’s Court of China established to adjudicate international commercial disputes.
This is the sixth workshop out of the 10 workshops the Chinese government plans to construct in Africa. The first workshop was launched in Djibouti. Others were launched in Ghana, Tanzania, South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria.
Michael Osinde the UPC human Rights Chairman explains that there is a need for a national dialogue before the elections are held in January. He says that campaigns should not be used as an excuse to avoid the dialogue because they can be held concurrently.
The boy and his family had travelled from Olelai Village to Acongwen Village, all in Aperikila Sub County for the introduction ceremony. According to area residents, the boy’s family had already paid 300,000 Shillings as the brideprice. They were preparing to handover a goat to the girls parents by the time the police stormed the home.
They say that a number of their activities have been blocked, and sometimes they are barred from using certain roads to reach their campaign venues on time while oftentimes, their team members are beaten, arrested, or injured during running battles with security personnel.
According to UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed the losses would be enough to bridge nearly 75 per cent of Africa’s health financing gap, provide inclusive education for all children there, and fund infrastructure projects. She was
In a press statement released on Thursday, the US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo said that the United States expects its partners to live up to their obligations to hold free and fair elections. Ugandans will go to the polls on January 14, 2021, to elect a president, Members of Parliament and local government leaders.