Claire Kagimu, the Administrator of the Watchman Ministries, says they were expecting Kabuleta for the evening fellowship, which climaxes at 7: 00pm but he didn’t show up. According to Kagimu, they received information that Kabuleta had been picked up by some people driving a white Toyota Wish at 7:00pm.
Crispus Ayena Odongo, former Oyam North County Member of Parliament in Oyam district has been jailed over failure to pay a total of shillings 146 million debts.
Ayena, the lead defense lead counsel to Dominic Ongwen, former Lords Resistant Army rebel commander currently undergoing trial at the Hague based International Criminal Court.
Ismail Kasasa, an eye witness, says the Movit truck rammed into the school bus as it tried to make a U turn to enter Victoria Mall. According to Kasasa, the driver tried to save the children but the bus the fell in the trench and overturned three times.
The Buganda Road Grade One Magistrate, Edith Mbabazi shocked the prison authorities when she adjournment various cases but made no mention of Pato’s case file. This prompted the prison officials who were attending the court session through video link from Luzira Prison to inquire from the magistrate why she hadn’t read other files.
Dr. Fred Kambugu, a Dermatologist at Kampala Skin Clinic in Wandeya, says in most cases the tattoo pigment itself provokes the development of hypersensitivity, which is manifested clinically by the sudden onset of irritation, swelling and redness in a part of tattoo a few weeks or many years after its infliction.
The money will be used for the purchase of a waste sorting plant that will operate in Laroo Division as the municipality to gears for a city status. Francis Barabanawe, the Gulu Town Clerk, says the project is expected to be ready by 2020.
According to the Minister for Gender Labour and Social Development Janat Mukwaya, the agreement paves way for protection of Ugandans seeking to work in the UAE, as the two countries will be able to discuss and exchange views about the workers and their rights.
Earlier on prosecution led by Masindi State Attorney, Arthurton Kukundakwe told court that Rusongwa was caught red handed by the victim’s mother in Kyebitaka village in Kikuube district on April 3rd, 2016 defiling the minor.
The issue by MPs over the non-payment for the rock by the contractors used in construction of the dam arose from an observation by the Auditor General who noted a number of on-going court cases arising from legal suits by Project Affected Persons (PAPs) against the ministry. The legal suits relate to compensation for subsurface rocks amounting to 389.8 billion shillings as at 30th June 2018.
Sande Lokii Samaria, 61, a retired Police Sergeant broke down before the Commission while speaking about her land that was reportedly given to Nakapiripirit Primary School without her knowledge. Sande explained that the land grabbers left her family without any land or bother to explain their actions.
Dr. Venice Omona, the Head of Paediatric Department at Lacor Hospital told URN in an interview that his department is the most affected by the blood shortage in the Hospital, something that has led to the deaths of other children.
The school will be constructed at Kihorezo Playground in Nyakagabagaba parish. The project that will be completed in the next two years involves the construction of a two-classroom block, 2-unit science laboratories, administration block, 2-unit teacher's house, a Multi-purpose hall, Computer laboratory, water reservoir tanks and a playground among others.
During the 30th Joint Admission Board [JAB] Exercise that commenced at Makerere University in Kampala on Tuesday, several stakeholders called for harmonization of the requirements to enable students who join from primary seven for certificate level upgrade to diploma.
Aswa river region police Spokesperson Jimmy Patrick Okema however, admitted that police hierarchies discovered numerous gaps and weaknesses depicted by Amuru police personnel during the community policing program.
Jacob Opolot, the committee chairperson told URN that during one of the meetings with officials at Makerere, they were informed that it was the Ministry’s request to retain the vehicles such that they can be taken to the various technical institutions.