Prof. Anthony Kabanza Mbonye, husband to Lucy Nakyobe Mbonye, the out going State House comptroller, has died.
The former director general Health Services died Sunday morning, according to statement from State House.
“We regret to announce the passing of Prof. Anthony Kabanza Mbonye, husband to Lucy Nakyobe Mbonye, the out going State house comptroller,” State House tweeted on Sunday.
Prof Mbonye resigned from Ministry of Health in 2018 after serving for more than 30 years.
Mbonye who earned his PhD from the university of Copenhagen also taught at Makerere University School of Public Health since 1996 and at the Uganda Christian University since 2008.
Britain said Obiang had bought a $100 million mansion in Paris, a $38 million private jet, a luxury yacht, and dozens of luxury vehicles including Ferraris, Bentleys and Aston Martins
BRITAIN on Thursday sanctioned the son of Equatorial Guinea’s president for misappropriating millions of dollars which London said was spent on luxury mansions, private jets and a $275,000 glove worn by Michael Jackson.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Teodoro Obiang Mangue (pictured), who is also vice president of Equatorial Guinea, had participated in ‘corrupt contracting arrangements and soliciting bribes, to fund a lavish lifestyle inconsistent with his official salary as a government minister.’
he Equatorial Guinea government did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Reuters.
In the recent past, teenagers around the world have been busted engaging in some worrying and unbelievable activities.
Many teens have of late been engaging in drug abuse and some shocking illegal activities that endanger their lives at tender ages.
In a shocking event, Police officers stormed a guesthouse on Muyenga Hill in Kampala and rescued 14 girls found living in terrible conditions and most of them were minors.
The girls were reportedly being trained in conducting unnatural sexual acts including allegedly engaging in unnatural acts with dogs and being prepared to travel to a European destination for unspecified duties.
Most of the girls are minors aged below 14, who by law cannot be employed, nor travel abroad without parental/guardian's consent. Only one girl is said to be 19.