According to information from the Aquatic Research and Development Centre (ARDC) in Kajjansi, Wakiso district, in 2018/ 2019 the national fish hatchery at Kajjansi hatched only 200,000 tons of Catfish fingerlings out of the one million tons set annual target.
Elly Kasirye, the chairperson of Wakiso District Human Rights Committee, says it will ironical to allow crowds in health facilities for voting purposes at a time the country is battling an increase in the number of Covid19 infections.
Dr John Walakira, a Senior Scientist at the National Agriculture Research Organization (NARO) says the aquatic health laboratory will ease the burden of testing for fish diseases and disease producing agents like bacteria, viruses and another small organism in Uganda.
The kadongokamu artist who was nominated on the National Unity Platform (NUP) ticket said that he has chosen politics to implement the development programs he has all along been singing about but were neglected by those in leadership.
While addressing water related organizations operating in Wakiso district on Tuesday, Kuruhira expressed dismay over the community’s construction of pit latrines on tiny pieces of land which finally get filled up and they fail to find others places to dig new ones. He insists that if pit latrines must be constructed in Wakiso, they should be those ones which are used to turn wastes into biogas and the residue to taken to gardens as fertilizers.
Muhanguzi says that he was shocked to learn that Namagembe had documents introducing her to EC as the FDC candidate for Kasangati 1 woman councilor despite the fact that it was never stamped by his office as required by the party constitution.
The LCV councilors say that since the ministry of health took over the district hospital which it turned into a referral two years ago, it has never come up to sign a memorandum of understanding detailing when it will construct or upgrade another facility to a district hospital as a replacement, leaving the district with over 3m people without a facility at the status of a hospital.
Last month, Mabirizi instituted three criminal charges of giving false information, obtaining registration by false pretence and uttering false documents against Kyagulanyi in Wakiso Chief Magistrates Court. In one of the charges, Mabirizi alleges that the names that appear on Kyagulanyi’s O'level certificate are different from those that appear on his A'level certificate.
Ian Kyeyune was defeated by Masuliita Town Council chairman Moses Mayanja, with 79,373 votes against his 2,291 votes. This was the second time Ian Kyeyune is losing the party primaries. In 2016, he lost the race to Yona Nsubuga.
Eng. Lillian Namutebi from Wakiso District Works Department, says they intend to widen the road in the swamp from the current 7 meters to 12 meters to avoid inconvenience when the construction work starts.
The same confusion was witnessed in several polling stations in Kakiri Sub-county in Nagulu village the party register had only 80 voters. The village registrar Lukia Sande agreed with the electorate to register all those who were around and willing to vote without any verification.
Wakiso district returning officer Tolbert Musinguzi says that interested candidates from parliament to LCIII councilors can now pick the forms for preparation to be nominated at appropriate times as set by the commission.
The in-charge St. Joseph’s Hospital Dr Julius Mugagga says that the free cleft lip and palate camp at the facility started in June with 22 people getting surgeries and 32 people being operated on last month.