The Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire identifies the fire victims as 30-year-old Doreen Namutebi and her four children including Aisha Birungi, 13, Jennifer Nanyonjo, 8, Mugenyi Seguya, 7 and Israel Ntulume, 6.
Ronald Mukasa, who owns a workshop that makes beds, says unknown people abducted his son Shafick Kibalama on January 5, 2021. He says the kidnappers called his son for business at Ham towers in the city center and he left around 11 am never to return.
Muhammad Ssegiringya, one of the candidates for the Kawempe North Parliamentary seat is one of the candidates who have almost filled his electoral area with different posters demonstrating how people should vote.
According to his family, Ainembabazi Isaac a resident of Kiwatule central zone in Nakawa Division a Kampala suburb who was working as an Assistant Public Relations Officer in the ministry of information communications technology and National guidance went missing on 23, November last year up to now.
Yesterday, Ochola said the police beat Journalists to protect them and that they would continue beating them if they disobey guidance by police, a position CSOs describe as nonsensical. He said he wouldn’t apologize for beating journalist adding that they are beaten to protect them from danger.
Eyob Kassepe an urban refugee in Kampala from Eritrea staying in Nakulabye says that as a refugee community they are praying for peaceful elections and transition of power, however, they are uncertain of what will happen after the elections.
Aloysius Akora who heads the Professional Standards Unit of Police at Fort Portal Police Station says Kobusinge will not only be charged for misinformation but also for selling underage girls into prostitution.
Speaking during the meeting that was discussing about student’s participation elections organized by the Uganda National Students Association –UNSA at Makerere University, Jacob Eyeru, Chairperson of National Youth Council-NYC, said that young people should only engage in what guarantees their right but doesn’t adversely affect the peace of the country.
The frozen accounts were of the National NGO Forum, a membership organization with over 650 organisations and Uganda Women’s Network (UWONET), an entity that brings together 20 Women’s Rights Organizations and nine individual activists. They were accused of money laundering and funding subversive activities.
Pheona Nabasa, the ULS President says they decided to meet as a board to discuss issues affecting their profession following a petition from some members asking them to deliberate the issues affecting them in the course of their duty.
According to his relatives, Nalumoso was arrested from his workplace in Bugolobi by plain cloth security operatives driving a minibus locally known as a drone. His known mobile phone numbers were turned off and to date, his whereabouts are unknown to his family members.
According to KCCA Spokesperson Daniel Niwabiine, car boot selling of goods is against the laws here in Uganda. On this he adds that these people carrying out this business operation are not licensed and also, they park in areas which are meant to be used for a different purpose which disrupts road operations.