His reassurance came a few hours after Deputy Police Spokesperson Polly Namaye announced an unspecified number of suspected terrorists had sneaked into the country and were targeting the June 3, martyr’s day Celebrations in Namugongo, thus putting pilgrims on high alert.
The MPs say the funds which were to be borrowed from the Islamic Development Bank were likely to benefit just a few parts of the country. They further argued that the government had failed to run technical institutions, despite huge investments in the sector over the years.
Mwesigye came out early this month revealing that for more than 10 years she had been harassed by her boss, Christopher Gashirabake, the director of legal affairs in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs. She, however, added that her complaints had been ignored by the relevant authorities.
According to Police, no parking will be provided for public vehicles at Catholic and Anglican shrines except for VIPs who will park at Namugongo Boarding Primary School and the Protestant Playground. VIPs to the Catholic shrines will use Red stickers while VIPs access to the Protestant Shrines will use Blue stickers.
Nsibambi had translated his love for music and instruments into adoration for choir members. They speak fondly of him, and many believe that in his death, the choir has lost a chord. Every Sunday, before the 10; 30 a.m. Luganda service, Nsibambi would play the pipe organ, a ritual he repeated during Easter celebrations.
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