A medical report dated 20th November 2018 and signed by Dr Ritah Binduru of Soroti regional referral hospital, indicates that Paska was not in control of her mental state by the time she committed the offence.
The CHPs whose responsibility is to register family members, testing and treating malaria, diarrhoea and pneumonia in children are complaining that the money is inadequate compared to the work they do.
Simon Opio, a member of Ikarugwok clan alleges that Pastor Ebiaru has stopped members of his church from seeking treatment from health units and sending their children to school for the last three years.
According to Adoa, government released Shillings 750 million for the construction of the building near the health facility. A similar amount will be released the next financial year for the completion of the building.
In August, the drugs were intercepted being transported to Kampala using a super- custom vehicle via the ferry in Namasale landing site, Lake Kyoga. The drugs were reportedly picked from Kaberamaido district headquarters allegedly with the knowledge of Ebitu.
Simon Erwagu, Kapelebyong district interim chairperson is worried that theft of animals and food stuffs crops is likely to occur this year again because they have not agreed with the herdsmen on the guidelines to be followed.
Sophie Nampewo, Budget Policy Specialist at the Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group CSBAG while disseminating the report to the district stakeholders on Wednesday says the high and rising prevalence of Gender Based Violence cases is manifesting in various forms including physical violence.
Fr. Echogu says they are choking with taxes. Apparently, each radio station pays Shillings 9 million for license renewal from Shillings 1.6 million annually and another fee for the spectrum in addition to Pay As You Earn-PAYE among many others.
On Wednesday, a group of leaders drawn from different parts of Teso were shocked to learn in a meeting chaired by the Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries Minister, Vincent Sempijja that the factory lacks the capacity to process all the citrus fruits produced by farmers.
East Kyoga Region Police Spokesperson Michael Odongo told URN that Police was led to the compound by a sniffer dog. Two women, who were found in the home, were arrested to record statements on how they acquired the sleepers.
Hellen Rose Abeso was three weeks ago attacked by a businessman James Olobo alias Dubai in her shop in Soroti town. According to Abeso, during the scuffle, she lost 25 Million Shillings which she had kept inside the shop.
Simon Peter Edoru, the Soroti District vice chairperson who doubles as the leader of government business regrets that some influential persons in the district back then, took government houses cheaply in the name of generating revenue.