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Lord Mayor Elias Lukwago, Deputy Nyanjura In Isolation Over COVID-19

Lord Mayor Elias Lukwago, Deputy Nyanjura In Isolation Over COVID-19

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By Our Reporter Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Lord Mayor Hajji Elias Lukwago and his deputy Doreen Nyanjura are reportedly in separate self-isolation over fears that they could have contracted the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19). Lukwago and Nyanjura are said to have been taken for testing on Wednesday and later into isolation on Friday evening after they both showed signs of COVID-19, according to our sources at City Hall. Lord Mayor Hajji Elias Lukwago and deputy Doreen Nyanjura recently Although the officials at KCCA are yet to issue an official statement about Lukwago and Nyanjura’s health status, our efforts to contact either the Lord Mayor or his deputy for a comment about the matter were futile since they couldn’t be reached through their office lines. But is...
Museveni Cracks Whip At KCCA, Fires Kitaka As Kisaka Takes Over

Museveni Cracks Whip At KCCA, Fires Kitaka As Kisaka Takes Over

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By Keefa Nuwahereza In his bid to fight corruption at the Kampala Capital Authority (KCAA), Museveni on Friday fired the Executive Director Eng. Andrew Kitaka and other senior directors. The move came shortly after Museveni had announced that he is going to rid the country of all corrupt officers and that after cleaning the rot at URA he was to handle other agencies. Outgoing KCCA ED Andrew Kitaka Shortly firing them, the President proposed four candidates to fill vacant positions among them being Dorothy Kisaka, for Executive Director, Eng. David Luyimbazi Ssali- Deputy Executive Director, Ms Sarah Kanyike, Director Gender, Community Services and  Production, Grace Akullo- Director Human Resources and Administration. We have established however that although the proposed a...
Shock As 6 People Are Buried Alive In Collapsed Building

Shock As 6 People Are Buried Alive In Collapsed Building

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By Keefa Nuwahereza Untold shock has engulfed people in Kasanga, a city suburb, after six people were buried alive when a building that was under constructing  along Mitala Road caved on Wednesday afternoon, leaving many others injured.  According to eyewitnesses, by the time of the accident, the incomplete building was being supported by concrete and wooden poles.  Hassan Kyangai, the deputy director Police Fire and Emergency Response, said that "The dead have been identified as Martin Owori, Robert Okech, James Ochwo, Nicholas Ochieng, Joseph Oburu and Etiang Okong." However, he noted that police could not readily establish the owner of the building after engineers fled the construction site. Musa Amuru, one of the eight survivors said the soil caved in abruptly giving n...
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