“We are in talking terms with our colleagues but we have not joined anything yet. We have not reached that level to say that we have joined anything or we have really seen the blue print so I can safely say we have not joined” Said Akena in a phone interview with the URN
Joyce Namulindwa, the proprietor of Halleluiah Beauty Centre, says there are a lot of products on the market that don’t clearly state what they treat and lack brand names. “Such products cannot directly be displayed in a shop where they are being sold,” she said.
Sabiiti, accompanied by police’s Information Communication Technology –ICT expert, said for a long time police have noticed that the customer care lines of telecom companies end up being received at police counters.
Abel Ntwirenabo, a concerned Christian describes the suspension of Tibesigwa as an infringement on his rights. Ntwirenabo says faulting Tibesigwa for starting an NGO without informing the office of the Bishop is unfair because it is his personal project.
Patrick Onyango, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, says a total of 45 people were picked up including MPs Robert Kyagulanyi, Asuman Basalirwa and Latif Ssebagala.
According to Onyango, much as the MPs and two others were released on police bond, 40 other suspects are still in police custody pending their appearance in court.
Police intercepted Kyagulanyi alongside several other legislators at Kasangati on their way for the launch of his presidential consultative meetings for alleged failure to comply with the Public Order Management Act-POMA and some requirements set by the police force.
A fellow expert, a paediatrician Dr Richard Idro says many parents of babies with children who report with skin problems report having used unbranded mixed moisturizers which makes it hard for doctors to establish what exactly could have caused a particular reaction.
The angry councillors who stormed the offices carrying placards called for the transfer of the Atwoko who has spent one year in the office. They accused him of among other issues misappropriating finances and incompetence.
The dropped ministers are Martin Etyanga (Finance and Economic Planning), Yosam Sesanga (Attorney General), David Mugenyi Mutanga (Forestry and Water Resources), Rogers Kulaba Semanda (Project Planning) Margaret Nakalyango (Deputy Information) and George William Mboineki (Culture and Antiquities).
Patrick Waiswa, the LC 1 chairperson Nakasedere village says the area is surrounded by sugarcane plantations but the few farmers involved in food crop growing are counting losses due to the wilt infestation.