By Keefa Nuwahereza
Milk Limited, the manufacturers of pasteurized milk in Uganda, have unveiled
the most nutritious and healthy yoghurt called Mega Yoghurt, which comes in
various fruit flavours.
to our sources at the company, Mega Yoghurt comes in flavours like Vanilla,
Strawberry and Blueberry, which can be found in all shops and supermarkets.
A lady enjoys Mega Yoghurt with her baby
Company, whose slogan is ‘It’s not milk if it’s not Mega milk’, also boasts of
producing very tasty milkshakes that are comparable to no other, plus producing
and packaging pasteurized milk at affordable prices.
Mega Yoghurt, the dairy company recently introduced the usage of milking
machines to extract milk from the thousands of cows at their farms, which is
By Keefa Nuwahereza
officers in Uganda are on tension following the outbreak of Coronavirus in some
prisons in the country.
Website has established that at least 199 inmates and 24 Prisons officers were
on Wednesday quarantined at Kaiti prison in Namutumba District for 14 days,
after a former inmate tested positive for COVID-19.
speaking to the press, Frank Baine, the Uganda Prisons Service spokesperson, said
the confirmed case was arrested for defying the presidential directive in
Mayuge District and had so far spent four days in prison.
handing him over to the Ministry of Health, we have gone ahead to quarantine
the whole prison, with prisoners and staff there for 14 days. Today
(Wednesday), we are expecting officials from the Ministry of Health to ...
By Elite News Reporter
details coming in indicate that Pierre Nkurunziza, who was Burundi’s outgoing
President, died of Coronavirus (COVID-19), according to diplomatic sources in
Bujumbura, who made the revelation on Wednesday.
Burundi government had earlier said Nkurunziza’s sudden death was a result of a
heart attack, while others suspected poisoning. The 55-year old was due to
stand down in August following elections on May 20.
had coronavirus but no one would say so because the president had played it
down all along,” a western diplomat based in Bujumbura said.
11 days ago, Denise Nkurunziza, the first lady of Burundi, flew to Nairobi
seeking medical treatment for a reason that was officially undisclosed.
it was confirmed later that she was ...