The Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, says Nicholas left his father’s home and has since not returned home.
“We are investigating the disappearance of Mao Nicholas Hope aged 19 years, a student of Vienna College, son to Democratic Party President, Mr. Norbert Mao. He left home on 26/8/2019 and he has not returned,” Onyango said.
John Magomu Maleza, the LC III chairperson Bulaago Sub County, says several people in his area are homeless. He says some of the homes were washed away by the landslides while others had their roofs blown off by heavy winds.
Romeo Ojara, the Kagadi District Police Commander-DPC, told Uganda Radio Network that Sewante hacked his wife Florence Kyalisiima and their nine- month-old child, Rose Mary Mukadde to death at around 10pm on Tuesday evening for unknown reason.
Paschal Kaganda Nyendo, a researcher based at the Makerere University School of Public Health says that when the operation was being implemented, the number of deaths from accidents along the road reduced by 83%.
Jehoash Sendega is needed to explain how KCCA suffered such costs when he was the Authority's counsel and the different consent agreements he entered into while representing KCCA. He is also required to explain the garnishee order he secured against KCCA to pay him over Shillings 14 billion.
The donation under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief – PEPFAR was announced on Wednesday by the United States Ambassador Deborah Malac after concluding a three-day visit to the Ssese Islands.
Dr. Ekwaro Obuku, the President Uganda Medical Association, says they asked the specialists from Makerere, Mbarara and Busitema Universities to volunteer and work in the hard to reach areas for at least three years.
According to Onyango, in his complaint registers under reference number 30/09/08/2019, Sekandi alleges that Nambala approached him claiming that he had a deal and would get his children jobs in Sweden.
Bishop Kaziimba, the outgoing Bishop of Mityana Diocese, was announced the ninth Archbishop of the Church of Uganda this afternoon, having been elected by more than two-thirds of the majority during the House of Bishops sitting held at St Paul Cathedral, Namirembe.
According to residents, the rains started at around 11:00 am until late in the evening.Christopher Macheri, the Vice-Chairperson Buffalo Sub County said that the landslides started from Mountain Elgon Park.
The leaders who include Party President Patrick Oboi Amuriat and Secretary for Mobilization Ingrid Turinawe were blocked at Katunguru by heavily armed police led by Fredrick Higwira, the Rubirizi District Police Commander.
Dr. Okori says the disease was brought to district by an infected animal from Sebei region. He says the animal was dripping saliva and had raptured blisters in its mouth and feet. According to Dr. Okori, unless action is taken, more than 10,000 heads of cattle in the affected sub-counties could be infected in a short period of time.
Nasur Muhammad, Soroti district councillor representing Eastern Division says the president should resign 90 days prior to elections to prevent the head of the states from using government funds for his campaigns.