search http://cigarworld.com.au/old/cigars/includes/smarty/libs/plugins/modifier.strip_tags.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 14.25pt;”>physician http://cippico.com/wp/wp-includes/general-template.php sans-serif; border: 1pt none windowtext; padding: 0in; font-weight: normal;”>The State House Comptroller Ms. Lucy Nakyobe Mbonye said they have so far paid 13 victims at Mulago hospital who are able to talk a sum of Shs 5million each.
“We are working with a team from Mulago hospital to ensure that all the victims are paid. So far we have paid 13 victims. 11 of them responded to us and they told us who they want us to give the money to. The two who could not talk had their mothers taking care of them,” Ms. Nakyobe Mbonye, who visited the victims in the hospital, said.
She further said the families of the deceased have been identified and will be paid the money as and when they each return from the respective funerals of their loved ones.
Museveni on Monday announced government support to the victims of the fire to help them deal with their grief and immediate challenges.