Peterson Kakuru, the LC III Chairperson of Rwanyamahembe Town Council, says the operations of Kashari Dairy Farmers cooperative are questionable since they inherited everything that belonged to the then Uganda Diary Cooperation.
Dr. Mathias Wabwire Panyako, the Busia District health officer says that the hospital registers over 120 new diabetes cases and at least two deaths monthly. Wabwire says that this is more than double the number of cases they registered previously
Mali’s win against Rwanda took them to a four-point lead at the top of Group E with only one game left to play. As it stands, Mali has thirteen points while Uganda who is second in Group E has just nine points.
Ronald Kwikiriza, the newly elected club chairman is already plotting the way for the club’s future beginning with interesting new members to join. He also reasons that once there are competitions more members will voluntarily join the club.
Rose Nalubowa, a member of the school’s governing board, explains that there is nothing much going on with the case since the suspects were remanded. She says that they have not received feedback from the investigating and prosecution authorities on the status of the case.
Usher Wilson Owere, the NOTU Chairperson, says that they have given parliament an ultimatum of up to November Thursday 18th, 2021 to pass the bill into law to allow workers access their savings, or else they mobilize workers to protest the delay.
Emmanuel Wakibi, the district councilor representing Bushiribo Sub County, said the purpose of the project was to serve people uphill of Nabweya who did not have access to water. “The people uphill are still suffering but am surprised that pipes are only in the lower area leaving the people who were supposed to be the main beneficiaries of the project,” he said.
Fr. Muheezangango, says that although the metal scrap dealers are somehow benefiting from the trade, the business has seemingly triggered more harm than good. He has cited the deadly explosions in Nakaseke, which claimed one person and left four other nursing injuries.
Mark Ssengondo and another domestic worker who spoke on condition of anonymity were among the deportees. They however told our reporter at the time that they were still in shock and needed time to recover before they could explain why they were deported.
The deportee, aged 24 years, says she was only rescued by neighbors who heard her screaming in pain one afternoon.
Susan Abbo, the Senior Private Secretary to the President and head of the land department has directed Kakooza to "halt all his intended activities on the contentious land, until this matter is finally disposed of in courts of law.”
Samson Kasasira, the Rwizi Region Police spokesperson, says the arrest of the suspects follows a case of disappearance registered at Ibanda Central Police Station on November 5th, 2021 by Musiime’s relatives.