Alex Mabirizi, the Buvuma LC V Chairperson, says the district is remote and surrounded by water; many people apply for jobs whenever they see adverts in papers and seek transfer immediately they are posted.
Christopher Otim, a third year student at Makerere University who URN found at the SMC clinic at the University Hospital, says he has not undertaken circumcision due to the fear of the unknown. He is however willing to escort friends to carry out the procedure.
A university probe team assigned to investigate the matter found Dr. Kanakulya in breach of the university rules, regulations and procedures. The team has recommended that Dr. Kanakulya be referred to the university Appointments Board for Disciplinary Action.
Rashid Matovu, a businessman says he takes time scoping water from his shop whenever it rains heavily, adding that there is no way he can block the water that submerges his store destroying all his goods.
According to Patrick Bamukunda Batukura, the Assistant Chief Commissioner in charge of Training at the Uganda Scouts Association –USA, the winning teams will be taken through training to ensure they win at regional level as well.
According to Atim, when she paid the money her name appeared among those who had emerged successfully in the aptitude test. She claimed that Komakech approached her again demanding for an additional Shillings 400,000 for the final interviews but she realized her name was missing on the list of the successful applicants.
His dream was came true when the former Inspector General of Police – IGP, Gen Edward Kalekyeezi Kayihura met him alongside 12 others at a function and asked them whether they could help partner with police in community policing through their music.
According to Darlington, sometimes he has to film in a windy area, which exposes his machine to damage. Wind can affect the jimbo claps, a component of the drone that holds the camera in position to avoid unnecessary movements.
Dr. Nelson Musoba, the Director Deneral Uganda AIDS Commission, says that many women are exposing their children to HIV. He says while many pregnant women are receiving treatment, few of them take their children back to health centers after delivery.
According to Kalamoi, he secured a loan of Shillings 2 million from Bayport Financial Services in November 2013. He was expected to service the loan within 5 years (60 months) ending November 2018. According to Kalamoi, the financial firm was expected to deduct Shillings 104,000 from his monthly salary of Shillings 480,000 until October 2018.