The aircraft commenced its journey last night in London with Acana and 91 Ugandans from UK and Ireland on board and made a stopover in Addis Ababa where 58 others who travelled from Rome, Iceland, Ireland and Egypt were waiting for a connecting flight.
The deceased identified as D/AIP Emmanuel Mawa and D/Sgt Dick Magala died in an accident along the Jinja-Iganga highway, alongside a handcuffed suspect, Philip Wadambwa. The policemen who are both attached to the general crimes desk were transporting the suspect from Manafwa Central Police Station to the CID headquarters in Kampala.
The disorder characterized by seizures and convulsions in a woman with high blood pressure in pregnancy is a potentially dangerous complication often results in serious or even fatal difficulties for both mother and baby.
Addressing journalists at Makerere University Guest House on Thursday, Arthur Nsereko, the Coordinator NETPIL, says the interference of police in the work of lawyers violates the rights of persons to legal representation and sets a bad precedent for the country.
Raphael Omony told journalists shortly after delivering his petition to the council on Thursday that the hospital transfused the bleeding mother with a lot of blood, which affected her Pulmonary hypertension alias blood pressure.
John Bahengana, the acting head of technical services in the new city says they have agreed to get rid of taxis operating from non-gazetted parks and on-street stages for purposes of restoring order in the city.
Dr. Richard Mugahi, the National Coordinator for Quarantine Centers in the Health Ministry, says the five returnees including a child were exempted from institutional quarantine because of terminal illness.
Dr Katumba Ssentongo, the Uganda Medical and Dental Practitioners Council (UMDPC) Registrar said that the tribunal that will sit at the hospital will first hear testimonies from the baby’s family before questioning the six doctors at the hospital.
According to preliminary information, Walugembe had gone to the police station to follow up on his motorcycle registration number UEF 145L that was impounded on Monday this week during the night time curfew.
Another resident of Fitina Mbaya who only identified himself as Swaleh, said in July 2019, some SPLA soldiers stormed his shop and picked 3 mobile phones, 2 solar panels, a box of soap, silver fish and seven goats from his home.