It is alleged that the suspects in collusion with police officers at Jjagala police post arrested and assaulted John Kisero jointly with four of his relatives before they were detained at Matugga Police Station.
Under their umbrella, Uganda Women’s Efforts to Save Orphans – Uweso, the activists have asked parents to desist from subjecting their children to harsh punishments because they force them out of their homes.
Titled "Wakiso District Huma Rights Situation Report" under the theme ‘Promoting human rights, advancing freedoms for communities in Wakiso', the report notes existing gaps in the realization and enjoyment of fundamental rights and freedoms within local communities in the district.
Some of his family members have appealed to the President to intervene and save the estate of the late Mugwanya that is being taken over by different people due to unpaid debts. Documents held by family members indicate that in July 2003, the chief government valuer wrote to the Solicitor General’s office indicating that the Mugwanya’s properties were destroyed and that the cost of rehabilitation was Shs10.6 billion.
On Monday, the Rotary 9213 District Governor John Magezi Ndamira commissioned the project at Kiweebwa trading centre and said this will help to address the loss of time to look for clean water from distant boreholes as well as risks facing girls.
Farouq Senabulya, a member of the interim school management committee, says that Mbabazi convened a meeting with the school head, area leaders and contractor and told them the works at the school were incomplete.
The campaign is in line with the July 2017 declaration of the African Union - AU heads of states at the Ordinary Session which is announced September of each year as ‘Africa September Amnesty Month’ and the program runs up to 2030.
Wakiso Town Council LC III Chairperson, Fredson Mukalazi Kasiwukira said that he was shocked by the conduct and protest by councillors. He explained that the first council was constituted in December last year followed by the constitution of committees after the one for swearing-in held in May.
It all started after Kiwalabye presented to the council the achievements and challenges in the current financial year which prompted the councilors to protest demanding to know why all their approved programs were never implemented.
Led by the division speaker, Experito Mutesasira, the councillor stormed the division l headquarters with placards with inscriptions demanding that the town clerk Rosette Namiiro vacates office because of her failure to deliver service.
The Wakiso District Health Officer, Dr. Mathias Lugoloobi said that they will be working with security personnel, local leaders, and Village Health Teams - VHTs to mobilize the communities to take part in the exercise.