A resident identified as Turyagyenda Vincent told the police the Kyomuhendo and her daughter had a misunderstanding over the ownership of the house in which they were residing. At the height of the bickering, Nannyonga reportedly asked her mother to vacate the house which was constructed by her late father.
Jaliah Zabibu Namatovu, the MUWOGOMA chairperson, says for all the years of artisan gold mining in Mubende, women were almost being locked out from most of the juicy areas and limited to washing, panning, sieving and sorting activities.
NEMA observes that as much as all potential impacts and risk are feared in the construction of the pipeline, possible leakages and spillage can have devastating effects on the communities in the pipeline route, the economy and the environment if not addressed.
They have however expressed dismay at the delayed compensation for their land which falls in the route for the 1,443km crude oil export pipeline envisaged to transport crude oil from Hoima to the Chongoleani peninsula near Tanga Port in Tanzania.
Norbert Ochom, the Wamala Region Police Spokesperson says when they received information about the attack, they rushed to the scene and rushed the victim to Mubende Regional Referral Hospital where she succumbed to the wounds.
The move is a result of a process initiated by Mubende District Land Board secretary, Ms Mary Jessica Nankabirwa who wrote to the registrar of titles in the ministry of Lands on January 22 recalling the lands board minutes which awarded titles in Singo block 436 plot 33 at Ndeeba and block 436 at plot 34 at Lwakabuutu.
Our reporter visited the area on Saturday and found the residents drying their household items that were washed by rain. Some of the residents, who spoke to URN, said they have nothing to eat and where to sleep given the destruction caused by the rain.
Norbert Ochom, the Wamala Region Police Spokesperson, says they received information that the people traveling in the vehicle had robbed a shop in Kiboga town. He says as a result, Police started following the saloon vehicle in which, the suspects were traveling.
Two people have been killed in a road accident involving the convoy of Tooro King Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV. The accident occurred on Sunday evening near Mubende National Teachers College in Mubende district, as the King was travelling to Kampala after fasting for a week in Fort Portal.