Mugabe yafa mu 2019 mu ddwaaliro mu ggwanga erya Singapore ku myaka 95.
Wadde yaziikibwa mu bitundu bye Kutama mu disitulikiti y’e Zvimba, waliwo okusika omuguwa wakati wan Famire, Gavumenti ssaako n’omukyala w’omugenzi Grace Mugabe n’okutuusa olunnaku olwaleero.
Grace Mugabe myaka 55 tannaba kwanukula ku bbaluwa emuwandikiddwa.
Mugabe yakulembera Zimbabwe okuva 1987 okutuusa 2017 nga yakulungula mu ntebe emyaka 30.
Ate okudda wano mu Uganda, Ekiyongobero kibuutikidde abatuuze ku kyalo Kyamagwa mu kibuga kye Jinja, abaana 2 webasangiddwa nga bafiiridde mu nnyumba.
Abafudde kuliko Hailat Nakiyemba myaka 4 ne Rahmat Namugumya ali mu gy’obukulu 14 ate jjajaabwe Afuwa Alitubera, asangiddwa ng’ali mu mbeera mbi.
Abatuuze nga bakulembeddwamu Juma Musonge, abagamba nti akawungeezi k’olunnaku olw’eggulo, abagenzi bayingidde mu nnyumba ne jjajaabwe ne badda mu kalirira ennyama, ey’okulya Eid ya leero.
Kigambibwa, omukka gwasanikidde ennyumba, abaana bafudde nga kivudde ku kiziyiro ssaako ne jjajaabwe, okusangibwa ng’ali mu mbeera mbi ku ssaawa nga 9 ez’okumakya.
Okusinzira ku mwogezi wa Poliisi mu bitundu bye Kiira, Abbey Ngako, emirambo gy’abaana gitwaliddwa mu ddwaaliro ekkulu e Jinja okwekebejjebwa nga ne jjajjaabwe atwaliddwa mu ddwaaliro lya Almeca okutaasa obulamu.
Reports coming from Turkey concerning singer-cum-actress Evelyn Lagu’s health condition reveal that the singer’s body won’t support a kidney transplant.
According to a video that she shared on her online platforms, Lagu explained that after the doctors took tests of her, she was informed that a transplant surgery would leave her lifeless in the theatre or she wouldnt live beyond two years.
Evelyn Lagu was then advised to stay on the dialysis medication in order to live healthily for more years on earth.
Dagy Nyce says he has first hand experience after his two aunties succumb to Covid-19, tips and sensitizes masses to observe SOPs.
For the past fortnight Uganda has seen a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases, forcing its health officials to take stern emergency measures. From 200 cases per day in April, the country is now recording over 1,000 cases per day amid a looming vaccine shortage.
At the Ministry of Health, hundreds of people line up standing, others sitting, as the line snakes its way to the vaccination tent. Last week on Friday Sevo announced the second 42-days lock down to encounter the spread of the pandemic.
Since then, various people have opened up how they have lost their loved ones. Notably media personalities like Lucky Mbabazi and Flavia Tumusiime have all had a share of Covid-19’s wrath but manage to heal.
Some like MC Kats and NTV The Beat presenter, Dagy Nyce have already lost relatives.
Today, 23rd of June Dagy Nyce has taken to his socials to share the pandemic experience after his two aunties succumbed to the virus. In his naration, Dagy also reveals that his dad managed to win the battle after spending weeks on Oxygen.
Below is his narration;
“These last four weeks have given me the bitter truth and reality of what COVID-19 is. In a space of 14 days my family lost two unties, sisters to my father but what i never shared is that he – my father was also fighting for dear life on oxygen when all of this was happening. We were advised not to share with him what had happened to his sisters at Mulago & Bugolobi medical Centre. Until he was out of the situation he was in. Today am writing to share with you that my father is off oxygen and can now support this breathing system by himself. We give thanks to the father in heaven. Thank you to Dr. Peter Kawanguzi – Bugolobi Medical Centre, Dr. Lwaabi Medipal Hospital & @ntvuganda for allowing me time to allocate my concentrate my full attention to this fight. My family, for all the support system, Brian IsubikaluTony IsubikaluTimothy NgobiSylvia NgobiApollo Kirunda@ Susan Taffumba IsubikaluDavid Bamuwaira Uncle Ben Diogo & all those who were in the know and kept us in their prayers & sending thru msges of hope and love Sammy Gideon Wetala Annie Nixon @dramadancuns_photography Bell Lager team we made it. Lastly, i want to tell you that please do not give an ear to anybody who talks the rubbish of that Covid-19 is a political thing, that it does not exist. It is REAL & yes it is taking LIVES. I have been on the team to help dad, & i have witnessed first hand experience. It is true, the hospitals are overwhelmed and FULL, it is true there are no beds, it is true there is no oxygen. And let me not even talk about the BILL. please do whatever it takes not to be part of this…!!! Stay safe and keep keeping safe …!!!”
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Police says they will continue to impound vehicles belonging to essential workers without identification.
The revelation was made by Luke Owoyesigirye the Kampala metropolitan deputy mouthpiece following the release of over 400 vehicles that were impounded on Monday.
Owoyesigirye says the vehicles were impounded because the drivers lacked the identification to recognize them as essential workers.
He also says, many private vehicles are still being spotted seen roads in several parts of Kampala without identification.
He says that since the government is yet to distribute stickers, the essential workers should move in branded company cars to avoid being inconvenienced by security personnel.
On Friday President Yoweri Museveni reinstated a full lockdown banning Public and Private transportation, and bringing down the curfew time to 7:00 pm from 9:00 pm.
Essential Workers Without Identification
He announced that only essential workers like those in the health, Utility, security and media among others will be allowed on the road. Further guidance will come from the Office of the Prime Minister.
However, many private vehicles were seen on the road in several parts of Kampala, hours after the president announced the new lockdown measures.
However, Owoyesigirye says that the police will not release the other fifty vehicles that were also impounded on Monday.
According to Owoyesigirye, the owners were not essential workers. He adds that the vehicles shall be returned to their owners at the end of the lockdown