Tracy Muhirwe, a first year student, pursuing a degree in Information Technology, said she was called by her friend to come and start attending lectures in the last week of January. She hadn't known that campus had resumed.
In the highly competitive championship in Tororo, Uganda’s long distance runner Kiplangat Hosea against all odds managed to hit the finishing point before any other at 2:14:0, ahead of Kusuro Geoffrey who came second with 29:15:1 and Chibet Samuel with 29:18:5
The Agago district Chief Administrative Officer, Fred Kalyesubula, in a notice to the public and the applicants, suspended the exercise till further notice due to the expiration of term of service of two incumbent members.
Mabirizi warns that Parliament’s continued selfishness may provoke Ugandans to cut short their illegal plans because the People of Uganda in exercise of their sovereign power, can do virtually anything to protect the constitution.
According to David Masola, brother of the deceased, Wanaboa was beaten by the children of Lukia Nafamba, a 60-year-old widow, using stones, sticks, and bricks after finding him in bed with her in the house.
Owokunda said that the theft of Boda Boda cycles has started to increase since police relaxed the implementation of curfew noting that now at least 6 cases of motorcycle theft are reported to police in a week.
Sandra Beatrice Odweki, a teacher at Grand Mother's Arms Primary and Nursery School in Kasese town, says from her experience children who have gone through nursery actively participate in primary section, much more than those who start schooling from primary one.
He says Owiny-Dollo's earlier relationship as Museveni's lawyer and the fact that he has held discussions with the same respondent after Kyagulanyi's petition had been filed makes the Chief Justice's presence on the panel "not only be illegal but also unacceptable under constitutional and fairness principle since justice must not only be done but must also be seen to be done”
On Friday, Abim Magistrate Court presided over by Nicholas Aisu, the Grade One magistrate heard that the suspect identified as Charles Dickens Orebo, a resident of Ywee-Wii village in Angolebwal parish Morulem town council reportedly assaulted Eveline Abonyo of the same village over a 200 Shillings debt.
The ongoing construction works on the park is expected to be completed by March 4, 2021. And upon completion, the authorities say, the park will have new guidelines for reducing congestion, and promoting hygiene.