Nabbanja's interaction with vendors was filled with laughter as she made requests and then amended them to orders upon 'remembering' that she is now a Prime Minister. She made jokes, praised President Museveni and his government, and assured Ugandans that they will feel her leadership.
Okwameri, who was serving as speaker for over 10 years since leadership of former LCV Stephen Ilemukorit to Walter Elakas Okiring on Wednesday 23rd June this year refused to hand over the motorcycle Reg. No. LG LG0037048 saying that he was still a serving councilor.
Boniface Aweri, a secondary school teacher at Kiryandongo High School and a resident of Ireda Shamba cell, Ireda West Ward Lira City East division was arrested after he told police that his wife had committed suicide.
In the first planting season, the majority of farmers realized low yields due to too much sunshine which was experienced across the region from the months of May to June. This dried up and withered many garden crops that were already blossoming and about to mature.
But in Arua, the vendors have not implemented the directive citing lack of Sanitary facilities and congestion. The market which was constructed out of iron sheets following the demolition of the main market currently accommodates over 3,000 vendors dealing in various foodstuffs. It has one water point and a four stance latrine.
President Museveni Museveni early this month announced a ban on inter-district travel to prevent a further spread of COVID-19 as Uganda battles a more deadly wave of the pandemic. The president subsequently banned public transport implying that even essential workers who did not have their own means of transport would be unable to move.
The directive was issued at the pronouncement of a 42-day lockdown in which movement is restricted within districts, and curfew hours adjusted to 7 p.m. According to President Yoweri Museveni, staying in Markets will help traders keep coronavirus at bay since they will be stationed in one place, while equally protecting the rest of the family members.
That’s among the key findings of the latest annual report released on Thursday by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), which also provides an overview of global drug markets, as well as their impact on people’s health and livelihoods.