• Over 30,000 men expected to attend the event at Kololo independence grounds
• Participants expected from various countries across the world
• Event is free for all, and starts at 9am East African Time.
Kampala, Uganda – 9th May 2020 - Phaneroo Ministries International, a non-denominational faith-based ministry with a vibrant presence in Uganda and across the world is scheduled to hold the fifth edition of its annual men’s conference, “Men Gather”, on Saturday, May 14th 2022, at the Kololo Independence grounds in Kampala, Uganda. The event, scheduled to start at 9am, is free and open to men of all ages; and from all walks of life, denominations, affiliations and race.
The one-day event shall be marked with fun activities; open discussions focusing on various subjects pertinent to men su...
A section of Members of Parliament (MPs) led by Yona Musinguzi, the Ntungamo Municipality MP, have resolved to processing the censorship of the minister for Science, Technology and Innovation Dr. Monica Musenero.
The move comes hours after a parliamentary investigation recommended for disbandment and suspension of Preside, a company which received close to Shs 30 billion to manufacture Covid-19 vaccine with the support of Musenero.
By close of business on May 11, six MPs had already appended their signatures on the motion.
This follows a petition by Musinguzi in November 2021, to Parliament over alleged misappropriation of funds allocated for research and manufacture of Covid-19 vaccine during the second wave of the pandemic. This parliament to set up a committee to investigate the mat...
Three people including a patient, nurse and the attendant have on Wednesday 11, succumbed to burnt injuries after an ambulance they were travelling in caught fire along the Kasese-Fort Portal road
According to the Ministry of Health, the incident happened when emergency care teams were transferring a patient from Bwera Government Hospital to Fort Portal Regional Referral Hospital and the ambulance registration number UG 291M in which they were caught fire while in transit at Kibiito in Bunyangabu district.
“Our Fort Portal emergency response team reported that five people were on board at the time of the fire that started in the patient cabin. The three people who were in patient’s cabin including an emergency nurse, the attendant and patient died in the fire,” the Health Ministry said....