“With this letter I declare to build a boxing academy in Uganda that will offer a comprehensive range of training opportunities courses and certification under one roof for further development of boxing” reads the March 1st, 2021 letter from AIBA President, Umar Kremlev confirming Muhangi’s request.
Marie Nanyanzi from Sauti za Wananchi, the program officer at Twaweza Uganda, says that it is not surprising that many citizens say that the situation worsened during the pandemic. Nanyanzi says that economic consequences had a knock on effects on family relations as many failed to value each other in the absence of financial power.
Sula Lago, a resident of Kazo in Kawempe says they have resorted to clearing the posters themselves instead of waiting on KCCA. He says KCCA should have guided politicians on where to display their posters but also to seek consent from owners of the private structures before using their walls.
Andrew Kwemoi came third after clocking 01:03:51. The 24-year-old mountain runner has been displaying impeccable performances since 2015 when he competed in the World Mountain Running Championships where he won his first gold triumphing in 49:00 over the 13km course in the men's category and beat Bernard Dematteis in Wales.
Ex-international and football administrator, Mujib Kasule, says that he was not surprised with FUFA’s decision because of the last poor performance by the team. He says the coach made obvious errors in the last Afcon fixture against South Sudan that delayed Uganda’s qualification for Afcon finals.
Solomon Ssesanga, a resident of Kyambogo village, says the water supply from National water and Sewerage Corporation has been unreliable for many years. According to Ssessanga, he once approached NWSC to understand why the water problem has persisted and was told there is a huge population increase.
Mbabali committed suicide by drowning on Friday afternoon. Residents tried to search for his body from the lake in vain until it was found last evening. The deceased’s body is scheduled to be transported this morning to his ancestral home in Mawogola for burial.
“On Friday he called some business associates who he supplied pork asking them to pay him. So they told him to pick the money on Saturday. So we think those that killed him wanted the money he had just collected, what we don’t know is whether they trailed him from Lyantonde or Mbarara,” he said.
Richard Moko, the IRS Focal Person in Budaka district told Uganda Radio Network that residents have decided to boycott the IRS program, claiming it causes bedbugs. He said that many residents close their doors pretending to be away in the garden just to dodge their teams.
To cope with the high temperatures at night, some Kampala residents have been taking baths more than once in the night. Others use air fans in order to cool the room temperature at night, said some Kampala residents of their experience of the current warm weather.
Ssentalo was stabbed by the thugs when he responded to an alarm from a nearby mobile money shop, which they had raided. The incident occurred at Katwe trading center in Masaka city around 7:30 pm on Saturday evening.
The other area is Andrea Olal road in front of Stanbic Bank where vendors sell all sorts of merchandise and foodstuffs. The businesses go as far as Don Petrol Station, Cereleno and connect to Ring Road, going to Pece.
Ronald Mulindwa, the Walufumbe Zone Defense secretary, says that they receive several cases of robbery and rape of women by criminals hiding in the same bushy piece of land each week. According to Mulindwa, during their search for the minor, they recovered a mattress, machetes, knives, clothes and sand bags from the same area.