Henry Mutyaba a resident of Mukono municipality said that their grandmother Nanyonjo disappeared from home after experiencing mental illness and since then they have been looking for her till they got media reports that she is stuck at Luwero hospital.
Dr. Nakalema explains that with support from Adara Development Organization, the facility has received equipment that includes baby warmers, baby coats, oxygen concentrators, and incubators among other equipment to handle premature babies.
Every year Luwero district receives over 200 medical students from different institutions to conduct training at health center IIIs, IVs, and Luwero Hospital. This year the program resumed on 2nd January 2024 for both medical students and other internees in local governments.
The two were unclaimed bodies of persons who were knocked dead and transferred to Luwero Hospital by the Police a week ago. However, the bodies were not claimed and the hospital administration resolved to have them buried at a public cemetery which is managed by the town council.
Florence Namuyanja the Luwero District Health Assistant in Charge of Maternal Health explained that some of the girls who got pregnant confessed to the midwives that they were impregnated by close relatives, teachers and friends.
In 2011/12, Luwero district with support from the Ministry of Health also embarked on the construction of a 100-bed ward at Luwero hospital at 7.2 billion shillings. The district has so far injected 2.5 billion shillings and two out of five floors have been completed
Sam Twiineamazima, the acting Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson says that the casualties include the motorcyclist and his passenger who did not have any identification document at the time of the tragedy. They were taken to Luwero Hospital for treatment.
According to Sam Twiineamazima, the acting Savannah Regional Police spokesperson, initial observations suggest that the ambulance, driven by William Mukisa, 36, a resident of Kawempe Division in Kampala, was traveling at a high speed at the time of the collision.
Bazungu e.V and Augen Klinik Ahaus Hospital, both German organizations donated the eye equipment to the hospital's eye clinic after conducting an eye camp where they encountered an overwhelming number of patients in need of treatment.
According to Nalukwago, the attack took place on May 26th in Lugulugu village, Lacekoto
sub-county, Agago district. She alleges that Odonga Otto and his group accused
her of recruiting more people into the charcoal trade.
Living Twazagye, the Luwero District Police Commander, says that the role of the police is to collect the bodies from the scenes and deliver them to the hospital for postmortem examination to aid in investigations, particularly in criminal cases.
“Our Policemen have documented the scene and recovered a mosquito net which is believed to be the one they were using for fishing. Police have opened a file to conduct further investigations into the incident,” Twineamazima said.
Fred Lutaaya a senior counselor at Holly Foundation an organization that offers extra support to the clinic says that 16 sickle patients died in 2022 after failing to reach the clinic in time for treatment due to transport challenges.
Francis Kasasa the Luwero District Civil Engineer says that after receiving complaints from councilors and the State House Health Monitoring Team, the district hired RSV Engineering Group Limited a private company to assess and present a report on the integrity of the building.
On Saturday the body of the teacher was discovered dumped. It’s suspected that he was waylaid by unknown attackers who first tied his hands with ropes after they strangled him. It’s suspected that the assailants targeted his life because they left the body lying next to his motorcycle. It’s also reported according to the female colleague he moved with before dropping her at Lukomera, that they had been trailed by three boda boda motorcycles.