According to Muhindo, about 10,000 tilapia fish perished in his two fish ponds in Kibenge village Nyakabingo III ward in Bulembia Division in Kasese Municipality resulting from the poisoning by unknown people.
Kasese has been prone to disasters owing to its geographical and human activities which have led to the displacement of residents from their homes. Residents here have been exposed to prolonged dry spells, landslides/mudslides, storms and disease epidemics for both animals and human.
These days whenever it rains, the road floods to the extent that it even stops traffic especially at Kahendero and Kiteso. At Kiteso, the water run offs burst the culverts erected there and find their way into Railway Health Centre II.
Now, Didas Baluku, a resident of Kidodo Cell of Railway Ward in Kasese municipality says this state of affairs could be an indicator that someone at UNRA slept on the job by failing to adequately prepare for the flow of water past the road.
Kirabo went to Kampala Kindergarten for nursery and Kampala Parents before switching to City Parents Primary School in Nakulabye, where she sat her Primary Leaving Examinations and obtained 8 aggregates in 2009.
The sub counties are Mbunga which was curved out of Kilembe and Rukoki sub counties and Kahokya that was curved out of Lake Katwe sub county. Both sub counties were created in June 2018.
According to Cyprus Baluku, the interim chairperson Kahokya, the sub counties are yet to receive Indicative Performance Figures (IPFs) yet they can no longer feed on resources and or funds from the mother sub counties.
The Uganda Demographic and Health Survey of 2018 indicated that the Toro sub-region where Kasese lies has the highest rates of malnutrition that subsequently lead to stunting among children at 40.6 percent way above the national statistics at 29 percent.
Kule, a member of the Rwenzururu Kingdom Privy Council, the highest decision-making organ of the Kingdom succumbed to diabetes and hypertension at Bwera Hospital.
He was commonly referred to as School Band, a name he derived from his service in the protocol ministry where he would lead the Rwenzururu loyalists and schools in a band before the king would make any communication.