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16:52
16:52

DPP Contests Discharge of Nurse in Contentious HIV Cannula case dpp sanctions

Justice Chibita says he is dissatisfied by the High Court's decision to release the Nurse; Rosemary Namubiru from jail. The DPP wants the nurse to serve her three years sentence as opposed to the ten months that she had spent in jail.
12:57
12:57

Nurse in HIV Contaminated Blood Case to Serve 3-Years in Prison rosemary namubiru Top story

While passing the sentence, presiding Chief Magistrate Olive Kazaarwe observed that Namubiru deserves to go to jail on account that she neglected medical procedures by exposing a patient to contaminated blood despite her experience in nursing.
12:20
12:20

Guilty Verdict Passed Against Nurse in HIV contaminated blood case rosemary namubiru

The nurse faces seven years in jail and would be the first Ugandan medical worker to be sentenced under a colonial-era law against negligent acts likely to lead to the spread of an infectious disease. Court is yet to pronounce itself on the sentence
09:33
09:33

Its Judgment Day for Nurse in HIV Contaminated Blood Case rosemary namubiru

If convicted, the nurse faces seven years in jail and would be the first Ugandan medical worker to be sentenced under a colonial-era law against negligent acts likely to lead to the spread of an infectious disease. Chief Magistrate Olive Kazaarwe is expected to deliver the judgment.
15:53
15:53

Nurse Who Injected Child With HIV Blood Denied Bail nurse namubiru

Chief Magistrate Olive Kazaarwe observed that in such a case, bail is only granted at the discretion of the court saying the court cannot be swayed by the mere fact that the suspect is of advanced age and HIV positive to grant her bail.
17:06
17:06

Suspected Killer Nurse Charged with Attempted Murder, Remanded rosemary namubiru Top story

Prosecution led by Martin Rukundo, alleges that on January 7, 2014 at Victoria Medical Centre, along Lumumba Avenue in Kampala, Namubiru with intent to unlawfully cause the death of two year-old Mathew Mushabe, pricked her finger and used the same syringe to inject the same child well knowing that she was HIV/Aids positive.
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