Now the Ministry of Health says Gulu Municipal Council should also stop using the mortuary for keeping unclaimed bodies it recovers from the streets of Gulu town and construct its own morgue to avoid congesting the hospital facility.
Museveni said he appointed a team of the anti-corruption unit in State House to supplement what the current IGG was doing but also to watch over the latter since it had been infiltrated by the corrupt.
Joseph Kalungi, the former Masaka LC V Chairperson, says they expected to complete the construction work in 2017 and vacate the Buddu County headquarters, which is under Buganda Kingdom that they have occupied for decades.
Five of the suspects including Tumwebaze, Mugabo, Kananura, Kyarisiima, and
Imaniraguha were charged with the aggravated robbery and kidnap of three fish traders, which occurred on August 03rd 2018 near the Southern Gate Army Barracks in Queen Elizabeth national Park in Kanungu district.
Residents at Kaazi Bugaba landing site, led by the area Chairperson Isaac Kirumira say that the officers conducting the exercise asked each of them to pay 30,000 Shillings before they could be registered. They add that some of those that had no money were left out.
Arthur Owor, a researcher with the African Centre for Studies, a local NGO in Northern Uganda, says some cultural chiefs receive money from those trading in the indigenous tree species to authorize their cuttings.
The suspects have reportedly been charging their victims between Shillings 150,000 and 600,000 per truck loaded with the illegal timber products. Lakony says the two are most likely to face interdiction if found guilty of the allegations.
The Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesman, Luke Owoyesigyire, says police responded to the attack and killed the thug in a gunfire exchange at Ntinda-Kyambogo sector near Uganda Business and Technical Examination-UBTEB offices.
Passengers got concerned after seeing the children traveling a long distance without a guardian on the bus. Some of the children started crying of hunger as they saw other passengers eating while others lied on the bus corridor helplessly, all the way to Kampala.
Last month, the Energy and Minerals Development Minister, Irene Muloni and Permanent Secretary, Robert Kasande informed journalists that they would head to Kenya on May 8, 2019 and offer oil exploration licenses to different companies - Ngaji in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Rt. Rev. Samson Naimanhe, the Bishop of Busoga Diocese who led the thanksgiving service, called for the sensitisation of cane farmers in the region on each clause in the bill before it is discussed by parliament.