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Patrick Onyango: We started fingerprinting guns on 9th September. It’s not only going to be centred in Kampala, it shall be a countrywide process but we’re specifically starting with police. We shall move to other security organs before we go to individually owned guns, we shall have to fingerprint...
@HakimKanyere: Fish had depleted in lake Victoria and many fish factories had closed down. Some say the UPDF have done a tremendous job to provide security on the lake as well as fight illegal fishing.
Nicholas Opio: The individuals came from the Central Police Station (CPS), picked a taxi, imposed a number plate on that taxi and came after Mr Kawooya, they’re neither Police nor UPDF, they’re gun wielding informants of CMI.
Hon. Lydia Wanyoto: If there was an operation of that nature(brutal arrest of Kawooya), at least the police that is always out there to protect the people should have been in the know so that the public is informed about the suspect.
In a bid to create awareness about single use plastics, we continue to bring you alternatives for ‘Kaveera’. Victoria Bagaaya spot checks Kalerwe market.
The people of Lusanja have no hope for the future after they were evicted from their homes, their hope lies with the president to look into the land matter.
Farish Magembe: Residents of Kimaanya in Masaka municipality are now living in fear after being invaded by gunmen. Some residents say the attackers are moving in a group of four possessing guns and machetes.
Owek. Israel Mayengo: The only people who should be arresting people are policemen in uniform, not just anyone. We don’t need an army, we need a better government and a better way to organize ourselves as a country.
Simon Peter Kinobe: everybody is concerned by those acts of violence, this happened sometime last week and we as Uganda Law Society are prepared to go to court, but we were given assurance by the UPDF that those people will be brought to book.
Erias Lukwago: In her resignation statement she said 210km of the road network had been covered. Is that even 10%?
Al Hajji Nasser Ssebagala: I want to thank Jennifer Musisi for the work, much has been done but again, a lot hasn’t been done and this could be because of the interference.
Canary Mugume: On the waters, there are UPDF marines parading the bridge at all times to ensure safety. If anything ever happens, there’s security on the bridge and on the water.
Hakim Kanyere: After 4 and half years of construction, the technical team has assured people that the bridge is ready for use. Quite a number of residents in Jinja have been going there in the evening to witness the cloud testing.
Government has called off negotiations for the de-gazetting of Apaa land, disbanding a 16 member committee instituted by president Museveni to solve the long running feud between Amuru and Adjumani.
Benson Ongom: The question of wetland encroachment has been the center for discussion here in Gulu, we’ve seen massive buildings erected in the only catchment area.
Gerald Matembu: The tension in Bududa is reducing, people are coming to terms with the death of their loved ones. But we've received information that cracks have been sighted in another sub-county.
Simon: Are we too engrossed in politics that we’ve lost the picture? Morrison: The problem has never been politics, perhaps it is the actors in politics. The political question was finished, let’s focus on issues like tourism.
Benson Ongom: When you go to the relevant offices to inquire about this wetland, nobody seems to know what is happening but again, nobody seems to take it up for investigation. Why is the Municipal authority not taking any action in this specific regard?