Mao said that even after losing the recent Presidential elections to incumbent President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) party he will still contest in the next elections and ensure that he brings a change in Uganda.
Dr Sam Kazibwe says Lukwago, despite winning comfortably in the just concluded election, he ran the toughest campaign against NUP candidate Nabilah Naggayi which is an indicator that he is headed for tough times with party members in Council.
Odong was first hospitalized at Gulu Regional Referral Hospital after collapsing while recording a statement at Pader Central Police Station in relation to his escape from police custody on January 6th 2021.
According to Nagimesi, the death of Bob Mushikori the II outgoing cultural leader has been an eye-opener. He adds that in the institution’s constitution they had not included the burial grounds where cultural leaders will be buried.
Patrick Nyonyintono the Director Kann High school says that several parents are making phone calls to the school administrators pleading with them to allow their children as they look for the school fees. However, they are finding it hard to allow them back because many still have arrears.
On Saturday, as candidates conducted the final lap of the campaigns, some of them struggled to control the crowds and eventually addressed more than 200 people. They disregarded the other standard operating procedures such as wearing a face mask, and avoiding handshakes and hugs.
He also disregarded the other standard operating procedures such as properly wearing a face mask, and avoiding handshakes and hugs, Mutebi instead wore his face mask around his neck, hugged and shook hands with voters.
The candidates are Muhammad Nsubuga who is contesting as a divisional councillor to represent Makerere IlI parish at Kawempe Division and Jamirah Namwanje contesting for the Councillor in Bwaise II. They were arrested in Kalangala district in December last year on the campaign trail with former NUP Presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi.
Luke Owoyesigyire, the Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police Spokesman, says that the three policemen who were on patrol found people operating normally past curfew hours and ordered them to close their businesses to go home. According to Owoyesigyire, when they resisted, Gerald Agaba opened fire killing Nsejje instantly. He adds that when the SPCs tried to disarm Agaba, he shot them too.
According to reports, the armed Congolese soldiers carried an impromptu raid on the fishermen at around 9 pm accusing them of encroaching on the Congolese side. They arrested the fishermen and took away their gears to Congo.