Police officers Monday searched Monitor offices, claiming they were looking for the Gen David Sejusa’s letter. The police later shut down the newspaper’s printing press and its sister FM radio stations – KFM and Dembe FM.Time Check, 11:15am and three fully packed police patrol vans stop outside Monitor offices.
Women activists Miria Matembo condemns police’s action to besiege Daily Monitor premises in Namuwongo saying the action in total violation of the freedoms of press.
he development indicators for this vision such as having fewer people below the poverty line, access to electricity and safe water for all seem achievable. We need to start small in order to achieve these targets.
For example, only three in every 10 women are using family planning methods and three in every 10 mothers utilise postnatal services.
The legislators, however, noted in their report that only 8,079 health workers were appointed of which 6,839 reported to work.
The report also highlighted that hunters target areas where wildlife concentrates, such as water sources, flowering and fruiting trees which leaves animals with no fair chance of survival as it hinders breeding.
The 11 members come at a time when the board has challenges ranging from financial constraints, poorly motivated, unskilled work force to institutional capacity issues.
The Saturday accident is the fourth Mr Ssali is getting involved in ever since he left the position of Local Government minister. In 2008, he was involved in an accident in his official government vehicle as Local Government minister at Lumumba Avenue in Wandegeya.