The construction of the two storied building started on Monday last week in a space that used to accommodate the old building of over ten offices including the gender, health, environment, planning, education, labour and community development, enforcement and municipal registry.
The Mukono Diocesan Secretary, Canon John Ssebudde has faulted Nambooze for dragging the Bishop in her political campaigns. He explains that they started registering first grade when the diocese took over the management of Bishop West primary school. The school registered 20 first grades in the last Primary Leaving Examinations.
Over 50 residents in the area are now finding it hard to access their homes from the main road of Bajjo-Nyenje using vehicles. They are required to use another alternative route which is about two kilometres to their homes.
The Mukono Municipal Engineer, Joash Sserunjogi, says that as they wait for police to conclude its investigations into what could have caused the tragedy, they have stopped Ronald Lwanga, the proprietor of the building not to resume any activity until he submits an approved plan for the building and septic tank for review.
Isma Kagga, one of the survivors told URN at his home in Bagaala zone where he is nursing wounds that they were six when the septic tank collapsed but only two of them managed to get away. The other four men inside the septic when it caved in.
Alex Sembatya, the Executive Director Make A child Smile, an NGO that rescues victims of trafficking, says the trend has changed as traffickers now establish connections within labor export companies who help them access desperate job seekers.
The party had rolled out its 2021 General Election roadmap listing mass recruitment and registration of new members as the first activity, preceding grassroots elections. As part of the process, the party distributed registration books also known as the green books, to be used as voter registers.
David Mawako, an eye witness who was seated at a pub opposite Ssonko building, says at around 2am this morning they heard a huge blast inside the supermarket before they saw smoke followed by huge flames.
Unknown arsonists reportedly started fire in the deceased’s bedroom where he had set up a library and stored important documents. The fire also spread to two other rooms next to bedroom and destroyed property before it was put off.