Denes Ssekabira, the Member of Parliament elect for Katikamu North said he intends to deliver a letter to Transport and Works Minister Katumba Wamala on Tuesday asking him to order UNRA to erect humps at black spots along the highway to save lives of residents.
A campaign in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic came with restrictions which among others, banned open-air campaigns and restricted campaign meetings at first to 70 people and later to 200 people. Candidates were advised to utilize media platforms for campaigns in order to keep coronavirus at bay.
The deceased has been identified as Abdul Nyabenda, a resident of Wandegeya village in Kito sub-county in Nakaseke district, while those in the hospital are Maimuna Nasande, a wife to the deceased and her daughter Sharon Namuganza.
According to Beti Kamya, the Ministry has received more complaints about the services from Luwero and Wakiso. The complaints include lifting caveats without the knowledge of affected parties, delayed issuance of land titles, issuing multiple titles on the same land and corruption among others.
Abdul Kalemera the Chairperson for District Finance Committee explains that the newly elected councillors will earn less allowances compared the outgoing over projected decline in revenue collections following creation of five town councils which are semi-autonomous and don’t remit anything to district.
Sam Serunjogi the Director of Serunjogi Investments Limited in Wobulenzi town council says most works at the zonal offices have been taken over by security guards who don’t allow the people to seek answers from land registrars or surveyors concerning their complaints.
According to the breakdown of the unspent funds as obtained from the district finance department, a sum of 1.570 billion Shillings was meant for wages, 30.5 million Shillings had been allocated for development programmes. The others were donations amounting to 15.9 million Shillings, 436 million Shillings generated from local revenue and 120 million Shillings from Uganda Road Fund among others.
The Luwero Resident District Commissioners Rose Birungi, her deputy Mariam Nalubega Sseguya and District Vice Chairperson Joseph Serugo among other officials were the first the COVID 19 jabs so as to encourage health workers as well as general public to embrace the exercise.
Florence Namuyanja the Officer In Charge of Vaccination Exercise in Luwero district says that atleast 1,174 health workers from both government and private health workers are listed to benefit first in the vaccination.
It involved a Kampala bound trailer registration number T141 DCR/T781 DJH and a taxi registration number UAY-766V which was heading to Nakasongola. According to Apollo Kabaali, one of the eyewitnesses, the trailer lost control and rammed into the taxi before overturning.
Christopher Mugisha, the Headteacher of Kyampologoma primary school says that the pupils were discussing around 4 pm on Sunday when heavy rain started and blew off the roof of their classroom block. He says falling bricks hit the pupils as they tried to run away from the classroom to save their lives.
Abraham Tukundane, the Luwero District Police Commander, says the speeding taxi driver destined for Luwero town from Kasana town knocked dead a motorcyclist before he overturned and killed his own conductor.
The State prosecution lead by Martin Nabasa told court that between December 2020 and January 2021 this year, Nasur and others at large stole 29 million shillings from the party account in Centenary Bank, Wobulenzi branch.