A special meal of beef stew and Matooke was served at the Uganda Cancer Institute. According to patents, today was special because one didn't need a card to access meals and that it wasn't a preserve for the very sick.
Councilors argue that Kampikaho received a Hilux Double Cabin pick up registration number LG0001-162 early this year from the Office of the Chief Administrative Officer to facilitate his travel but instead went and parked it at Rukiga Central Police station in Rushebeya where it is rotting from.
Xiping’s death was brought to police’s attention on Friday morning by his colleague, Zhang Chunmu. Zhang in his statement, recorded at Jinja Road Police Station, said Fan was killed by three men and a woman who raided their home in Mbuya II zone at around 2 a.m.
The huge number of tourists and travelers prompted marine vessels plying the Kalangala route to increase the number of trips but also carry excess passengers on board. The passenger manifest of MV Kalangala shows that the vessel has been carrying on average 500 people since December 20th, 2019 compared 300 last year. MV Vanessa, which commenced operations this year, also took an average of 162 passengers to Kalangala.
Esau Kansiime, a resident of Namugongo destined for Kabaale, says although he wanted to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ with his family, he couldn't afford to travel during the peak of the season due to among other things the hire transport fares.
Betty Igitu, the Iruko parish woman councilor Egonyu had just sold a bull at the center by the time of his attack. She explained that the situation in the village is tense as residents groan over the killing of the man she describes as the most peaceful and loving Christian.
On April 22, 2019, police recovered the body of Catherine Agaba, a medical doctor attached to International Hospital Kampala –IHK. 23-year-old Ronald Obangakene, a security guard, who was picked up from his Apac home district, claimed responsibility.
Ronald Mutegeki, the Bundibugyo LC V Chairperson, says the District and local partners have offered what is within their means. He hopes that well-wishers and other partners can set a side something during this festive season for the flood victims both in camps and to those staying with friends and relatives.
On his part, Benon Tibesigwa, a passion fruit farmer from South Western Uganda explained that NAADS kept tossing them over the payment even after meeting all the requirements until the planting season came to an end. He explained that realizing these delays and after NAADS approving their contract, they decided to give farmers seeds as they await payment.