ASP Sarah Nanyunja, the Head of the Children and Family Protection Unit at Lugazi Central Police Station-CPS , blames the increasing numbers of cases of child abuse in Buikwe on the geographical location and land scape of the district. she says that this has made children very easy targets for their attackers.
The toll collections will be made by French firm Egis Operations SPA. Uganda National Roads Authority -UNRA has contracted the firm at a cost of shillings 122billion for maintenance and tolling operations for five years.
Dr Monica Musenero, the Minister for Science and Innovations who is also a member of the national COVID-19 task force, asked all institutions to abide by the President’s guidelines. According to Dr Musenero, the learners were given adequate time to get vaccinated. She insisted that vaccines are accessible in many centres across the country.
Legal Brain Trust filed a public interest case last year following the death of 56-year-old Cissy Namukasa, a vendor in Bugoloobi market who drowned in a drainage channel in Nakawa Division on the 2nd May 2020 and her body washed away by storm water only to be recovered more than a month later.
“Specifically we’re looking for riders, who obscure number plates. This is a crime according to the Traffic and Road Safety Act 1998. The number plates of motorcycles used in these crimes are always obscured by the criminals." -Luke Owoyesigyire.
Dr Kizza Besigye, the National Chairman of the Front said the time for making speeches has ended hence ushering in actions that will result in the collapse of the government of President Yoweri Museveni.
Addressing the media on Tuesday, Chief Registrar Sarah Langa Siu said that the money is not being claimed due to the ignorance of litigants regarding their rights on bail money and the experience they go through while in court and prison.
Residents in the area have asked the government to create a semi-autonomous Sub County of Apaa that will be under the supervision of the central government and overseen by a Deputy Resident District Commissioner.
According to the Rwampara District Health Officer Allan Twesigomwe, women can access maternal health services from five Health centres in the entire district contrary to the policy of accessing the service from all Health centres IIIs and IVs.
Rogers Taitika, the Elgon Police Spokesperson says that the rate at which accidents are occurring on the roads of Mbale is high and alarming saying that all the accidents that the police have registered are caused by human error, especially bad driving with drivers driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while talking on phone and failure to respect sign posts and pedestrian crossings.
Local leaders reported the locked and blocked toilets that have been unusable for over a year now to the Inspector General of Government, yet the municipal council appropriates money for their renovation and routine maintenance.
Now Loy Muhwezi, the Commissioner Technical, Vocational Education and Training says with the new decentralized type of selection, people have to choose between the TVET and the general education but not the usual placement based on performance.
Johnson Gimoyi, Mbale City Council Engineer told the Minister during inspection that some of the projects that are nonexistent like a three classroom block at Mayor Primary School and the 5 stanza water borne toilet at North Road Primary School but reflected in the report are an error made during the typing of the report.