A ritual takes place this Sunday along the Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)border to reconcile two Alur clans over reprisal killings that took place in pre-colonial times. The ceremony, organized by the Alur Kingdom, is to reconcile the Okoro clan in present-day Zombo District in Uganda, who descended from the 29th Alur King, Alworonga, and the Panduru clan in Mahagi Zone in northeastern DRC, who descended from Alworongaâ€™s brother.
The lawyer representing Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) delegate for Mbale, Zubairi Galiwango has said it is still too early for FUFA executive officers to celebrate after their application against them was dismissed by High Court Judge Rogers Musimbi at Nakawa on Thursday.
Teaming up with a woman pastor from Miracle Centre Ministries, Margaret Musungu, the MPs demand that government institutes a child toll free line that can be accessed by children, parents or neighbours in case of any emergency.
Forum for Democratic Change Vice President Salaam Musumba has described Kamuli district as a social dump. Musumba says itâ€™s only in Kamuli district where a whole community is infested with jiggers and pinned to the ground for the last 20 years.