The school foundation body led by acting Luweero district Acting Kadhi Ramadhan Mulindwa Nsanja locked her out of office, on accusations of disrespect and failure to account for Primary Teachers’ Association-PTA funds. Each of the 700 pupils at the school pays 30,000 Shillings per term as PTA fees.
The statement comes amid reports of low rates of convictions in sexual offences, among them, defilement, rape and sexual harassment, among others. According to the 2018 Police Annual crimes report, police secured 840 convictions out of 5,585 cases that were taken to court during the year.
It is alleged that a Nursing Assistant identified as Charles Bwambale asked her to pay 100,000 Shillings for the purchase of items that she would require in the process. Often mothers are asked to have surgical gloves, exam gloves, plastic sheeting, razor blades, cotton wool, gauze pad, soap, cord ties, and a child health card, by the time they report to Hospital.
The Marine Vessel had been taken to Kisumu, Kenya in April for an overhaul, part of the routine maintenance program aimed at checking vessel's viability to transport people and cargo to and from the Island District.
The absence of the Board of Directors since 2017 implied that there was no oversight role on the functions of the health facility whose services cover the districts of Adjumani, Arua, Koboko, Maracha, Moyo, Nebbi, Yumbe, Zombo, parts of South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The Buganda Premier, Charles Peter mayiga who was the chief guest at the Second John Sebaana Kizito memorial lecture said whoever is involved in the Agriculture Insurance scheme needs to market it for the benefit of farmers.
LPG was exempt from taxation in 2006. But the tax was re-introduced in 2015 with the hope that the country would start producing its own gas when oil starts flowing. They now attract an 18 per cent VAT.
Ministry of Health has started training health workers in the districts of Kamwenge, Kabarole, Kitagwenda and Bunyangabu, who will be taking part in new intervention aimed at combating HIV/Aids that is being piloted in country.
The suspects were arrested on Saturday in Lujorongole Village armed with clubs, catapult, stones and metal objects. They were reportedly stopping vehicles and searching the occupants, a short distance from where hundreds of people had gathered to send off the mother to Gulu Resident District Commissioner Maj Santos Okot Lapolo.
The elders George Acaa Lamola, Okeny Pa Olwoo and Dario Ouni resolved to donate the land located at Laraba freely to Gulu University after establishing that the institution’s study centre in Kitgum was closed.
He said celebrating the life of Mama Mary Luwum is a continuation of the celebrated of the forgotten martyr, St. Janani Luwum who served as the second Archbishop of Kampala Diocese and the third Archbishop of Uganda.