In his end of year sermon inside Namugongo Basilica, Kimbugwe cited an example of an MP who was recently granted bail by one court but denied by another court, which he said subject suspects to psychological torture.
Addressing the Nation on Friday, President Museveni said that Bars, entertainment places, and cinemas will reopen two weeks after January 10 when schools reopen. He also said that the curfew will be fully lifted after the reopening of schools.
According to Lauben Kyomukama, the medicine and therapeutic committee chairperson of Kabale Regional Referral Hospital, the decision to suspend the use of the drug was reached this month following enough research about its (in)effectiveness.
The RDC claims receiving an eviction order yesterday from Eco-Trust Property Associates and General Auctioneers and court bailiffs acting on behalf of Solomon Muwanga, the Head of United Methodist Church of Uganda confirming eviction of Lwandasa today (Friday) from his house and church located in Mukono Municipality at Kame close to Kame valley market.
Rev. Fr. Joseph Luzindana, the Kampala Archdiocese Youths Chaplain who led the prayers urged the youths to forget the challenges they faced in 2021, but be grateful to God for ushering them in the new year.
Musenero said during a Drug Development Concept and Opportunities Webinar on Friday that since NDA approved the herbal medicine as a supportive drug, they have been engaged in finding data which can help in the prescription of the covidex as a drug for covid-19.
However, the report indicated an increase in prices of other consumer goods, where food and nonalcoholic beverages increased to 5.3 shilling spent on every 100 shilling up from 4.6 shilling in November.
His lawyer Morgan Muhindo says that Kakwenza has since been held incommunicado with his lawyers, family and friends denied access which is a violation of his constitutional right to liberty and fair hearing.
According to doctors, the strikes that are estimated to have lasted more than two months will not be the last that the country will see. They predict that the troubles in the health sector are likely to increase and more strikes organised by different health cadres should be expected if the government continues to allocate meagre monies for the health sector.
Bishop James Ochan, of the National Fellowship of Born-Again Acholi Sub-region, says regardless of how much one has been hurt, what matters is forgiveness and reconciliation because then there will be a better peaceful coexistence between the two parties.
Mabirizi in his application at the Chief Magistrates Court of Entebbe also wants 10 other people who attended Bujjingo's customary marriage ceremony to be arrested for attending what he refers to as an illegal function
Reports indicate that as schools reopen, many of them are struggling with dilapidated structures ruined over the last two years when the buildings were not in use. Schools in Uganda have been closed for close to two years, as one of the measures undertaken by the government to control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On the evening of March 17, 2020, Nabateregga had just slaughtered 100 birds for supply to her customers, as was the routine. But on that day, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni announced a nationwide lockdown which was expected to last 14 days, as a measure to control the spread of coronavirus disease.
Anne Florence Nakabuye, the Deputy Head teacher says that the school in its current state can hardly conduct normal lessons to their learners if they are allowed to reopen as planned by the Ministry of Education.