We therefore, urge everyone to use this celebration and send something to their grandparents. However little it may be, those old men and women will receive it with a warm heart.” -Kampala Archdiocesan Chancellor Rev. Fr. Dr. Pius Male
Nanziri’s participation in the games is historical. She remains the first ever female Ugandan boxer to represent Uganda in the summer games just like Kathleen who was the first Ugandan in the rowing sport. She would have made more history if she penetrated up to the round of 16.
Trouble started after it was alleged that a group of women from the Kila clan, while returning from a funeral in Obore village, were attacked by unknown youth of the Pobere clan who started shooting at them using catapults.
In his judgement, Justice Musa Ssekaana dismissed Dr Tumwesigye’s application saying that Dr Atwine acted within her mandate, authority and power as the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health to terminate the contract.
In defense, government opposed the application arguing that it is defective since it was filed after a period of 10 years. Section 19(1) of the Human Rights (Enforcement) Act provides that actions for enforcement of human rights shall be instituted within 10 years of the occurrence of the human rights violation.
It is said that Nayebare had rented a room next to Nakawuka which she occupied for four days before she disappeared with the baby. According to Nakauka, she had told Nayebare to keep around because the baby was to breastfeed shortly after she completed her house chores.
"Olympic games have started in Tokyo, and this means that these other countries have gone a step forward in vaccination. We pray that our government also strengthens vaccination of people... procurement of vaccines should be highly considered." -Archbishop Kaziimba.