Jinja hospital director Edward Nkurunziza says that the mother, identified as Betty Biribawa suffered from antepartum haemorrhage, a serious complication of pregnancy which is sometimes caused by uterine rapture. At 32 weeks of the pregnancy, the mother was bleeding uncontrollably, warranting an emergency C-section to save her life.
The officers were equipped with skills in repairing small guns like pistols, AK-47, and other fighter riffles during peace support operations and wartime periods. The trained officers carry the mandate of safeguarding firearms in the different armoury where they shall be deployed by their respective commanders.
Daniel Kaseregenye, the Hoima Municipal town clerk told URN that they are set to renovate the facility this financial year. He says the facility is to be painted and fenced before they install electricity and water.
The Kyambogo University Chancellor, Prof. Elly Rwakishaya Katunguka, says they will not bow down to students pressure to reverse the new internship fees. He explains that the new fee that will apply to fresh students was occasioned by the increasing cost of student supervision.
According to the occupants, they have been under threats of eviction since 2016 and are worried that Mengo through Buganda Land Board-BLB may evict them anytime without due compensation despite occupying land for more than 30 years.
Prior to visiting Makindye Police barracks, the Mufti consulted Lt. Gen. Gutti who gave green light to the visit. Armed with the authorisation notice, the Mufti and his delegation stormed Makindye Military barracks this morning but were turned away without any explanation.
According to information obtained by our reporter, Ayaa left her home in Palaro parish in Odek Sub County at around 2:00pm on August 6, 2018 and crossed to Oratido village in Lukwo parish where she found people drinking at the LCs home and decided to join.
According to information obtained by our reporter, the man only identified as Anywar attacked Achire with a mower for failing to clear a debt of 20,000 Shillings he owed him. The former legislator was rushed to Gulu Independent Hospital with a compound fracture and later referred to Kumi Orthopedic center for corrective surgery.
Justice Kasule argued that the Chief Justices powers are capped in the bill which was endorsed by cabinet early this year because he has to consult before making decisions. For instance, he pointed out, that the power to appoint or discipline judicial officers is vested in the judicial service commission.
Through his lawyer, Ojok and Co Advocates, Kipoi wants court to order the Director of Public Prosecution-DPP, Justice Mike Chibita to stop prosecuting him in the General Court Martial yet he is a civilian.