Ambrose Mugisha

Avatar

July, 2024

  • 9 July

    Kabale Female Journalists tipped to Uphold Professional Integrity

    Summary: Tumuheirwe advised female journalists to reject any inappropriate advances from male colleagues while working in the field and serving Ugandans on airwaves. KABALE: The Executive Director of Kigezi Women in Development, Florence Tumuheirwe, has warned female journalists in the Greater Kabale District against engaging in activities that may harm …

June, 2024

  • 15 June

    Intoxicated Man Kills 11-Month-Old Daughter in Kabale

    Summary: The suspect, identified as Bernard Nyetunge, allegedly assaulted Evas Kyakunzire, a resident of Kamukungu Cell, Kisasa Parish, Kamuganguzi Sub-County in Kabale District KABALE: Police in Kabale District are hunting for a suspect who allegedly assaulted an 11-month-old girl, resulting in her death. The suspect, identified as Bernard Nyetunge, allegedly …

  • 14 June

    Rubanda Sub-County Chief Censured for Neglecting Duties and Financial Mismanagement

    Summary: Dan criticized Byamugisha for calling councilors “malls” and urged him to respect their roles. RUBANDA: Nyamweru Sub-County council in Rubanda District has censured Sub-County Chief Naris Byamugisha for failing to present the 2023/2024 financial year report and minutes of the previous council session. The censure motion was on Thursday …

  • 9 June

    Bishop Akanjuna Urges Christians to Choose Supportive and Uplifting Friends in Kabale

    Summary: According to Bishop Akanjuna it is crucial to have good friends who will uplift and encourage one’s faith. KABALE: Bishop of the Diocese of Kigezi, the Rt. Rev. Gaddie Akanjuna, has urged Christians across the Diocese to be discerning in their choice of friends, emphasizing the importance of surrounding …

May, 2024

  • 28 May

    Sniffer Dog Nets Two Suspects Over Murder in Kanungu

    Summary: According to Kigezi police spokesperson ASP Elly Maate, the deceased was suspected to have had money, as she had recently sold part of her land for 2 million UGX and had been seen with her biological son, Abel Tusasibwe, 34, at the trading center buying clothes and other items. …

  • 26 May

    Health Experts Warn Against Bubble Gum Chewing, Citing Ulcer Risks in Kigezi

    Summary: Dr. Nicholas Akankwasa, CEO of Diva Secret International Company in Uganda and Africa, explains that chewing bubble gum for extended periods increases the risk of developing ulcers due to the constant irritation from the gum’s texture and chemicals. KABALE: Health experts have warned residents in the Kigezi sub-region to …

  • 16 May

    International Boy Child Day: Former Kabale Woman MP Aspirant Origumisiriza Urges Government to Prioritize Support for Boy Child

    Summary: International Boy Child Day, observed annually on May 16th, serves to acknowledge and celebrate the rights and accomplishments of boys worldwide. KABALE: As the world marked International Boy Child Day, the former Kabale District Woman Member of Parliament aspirant, Enid Origumisiriza Atuheire, asked the government to prioritize support for …

  • 16 May

    Rukiga Farmers Warned Against Usage of Harmful Chemicals

    Summary: Mpumwera Twine Hope, an onion farmer from Mutoojo village, Kigara parish, Kamwezi Sub-County, Rukiga district, voiced concerns about the adverse effects of the scorching sun on their onion fields. She expressed apprehension that if this persists, substantial losses may be incurred during harvest. RUKIGA: Onion farmers in Kamwezi Sub …

  • 15 May

    DOUBLE TRAGEDY: Two Killed in Rukungiri Payment Dispute

    Summary: The deceased have been identified as Julius Beinomugisha Kato, aged 40, and Nelson Niwatuha, also known as Ndyagabondo, aged 25. Both individuals were casual laborers and residents of Muyanje Cell, Bwambara Parish, Bwambara Sub County in Rukungiri district. RUKUNGIRI: Police in Rukungiri District are currently investigating the tragic circumstances …

  • 10 May

    Minister Otafiire Warn Ugandans against False Information in National ID Renewal

    Summary: The nationwide registration drive for national IDs is slated to kick off from June 1st, 2024, to September 30th, 2024, with the National Identification and Registration Authority (NIRA) collaborating closely with local authorities to facilitate a seamless and efficient process. KABALE: The Minister for Internal Affairs, Gen. Kahinda Otafiire, …