Lucy Okot Akello, the Head-teacher of Pope Paul VI Secondary School, Anaka says they have enrolled 150 Senior One students who are currently faced by lack of teachers for the optional subjects like Kiswahili and Chinse languages as well as Physical Education.
Tukamushaba, a resident of Bufuka village in Kitumba Sub County, Kabale district was arrested from Kabale town on Wednesday, by operatives from the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) for allegedly helping Rwandan nationals to acquire Ugandan national identity cards.
While cases in Africa increase and scientists race against time to produce a cure for COVID-19, many ordinary people in Uganda do not know what the disease is, how it spreads or how it can be prevented. For traders and vendors in downtown Kampala, the much talked about disease, is blank slate for them
John Kayongo was part of the team that had escorted the prisoners to work on a farm near Amita hills when an armed group suspected to be Jie warriors shot him several times, and then took off with his gun. The incident happened at around 11:00 am this morning.
Thousands of such explosive remnants of war like bombs; grenades and unexploded shells were buried underground after the two-decade long armed conflict between Government and Lord’s Resistance Army – LRA rebels (1986 – 2006).
She said cleaning will be done under the supervision of local authorities who will also decide on how to punish those that will not comply. She noted that even with awareness and sensitization on what just hand washing can prevent, statistics show that only 36% of Ugandans wash their hands at critical times such as after using the latrine, after cleaning babies poo and before or after eating.
Paul Kisoro, 19, a resident of Kamwokya and 37 others were arrested by the Flying Squad Unit working together with crime intelligence during an operation following complaints from Naguru residents who saw Kisoro carrying a gun.
In a letter dated March 10 written to Serunkuma who’s also a PhD student at the Makerere University Institute of Social Research [Misr], Nawangwe says if he doesn’t desist from these writings, unspecified disciplinary measures will be brought against him.
In his letter to students, Prof Katunguka, says on March 11th, 2020, the Dean of Students wrote to the candidates communicating the position of management on the use of political party or pressure group symbols on the ballot papers. ”It has come to my attention that some aspiring candidates have refused to abide by the management directives,” he said.
When asked on why Angola had to come in to resolve the Rwanda-Uganda conflict, Maganda said that there is no clear resolution on conflict management in the EAC protocol which should help in internal conflicts.
According to the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health Diana Atwine, as Ministry of health they have not yet got that information although it is welcome. She says that whatever intervention,like a treatment for a disease has to be tested and has to pass the National Drug Authority tests.
She however said that as Ministry of Health, they are yet to get this information.
According to the cause list issued by Justice Wilson J. Kwesiga the head of Criminal Division, Justice Mugenyi will handle forty cases in the next forty days at Luweero high court. The cause list includes 16 aggravated defilement cases and 15 murder cases. Other cases include four rape cases, three aggravated robbery cases, one kidnap and one indecent assault case.