Police in Mbarara are hunting for a woman believed to have stolen a baby from the regional referral hospital on at the close of last week.
Sauda Katushabe, medical dosage http://cortrium.com/wp-includes/feed-atom.php a 19 year old resident of Kyarwabuganda, approved Kakika Mbarara says she lost her one month old baby whom she had taken for immunization.
Realizing that the doctors were not present, Sauda says she decided to spend a night at the hospital with another woman apparently facing the same predicament.
At around midnight she says, the stranger disappeared with her baby while they went out to grab something to eat.
Mbarara OC CID Chiriga Taban confirmed the theft of the baby and appealed to anyone with information on its whereabouts to report to authorities.
He cautioned mothers not to trust anybody with their children noting that complaints of child stealing were becoming rampant in the area.
Former Makerere University Vice Chancellor, there http://cs4all.nyc/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor.php Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba, http://clearskinconcierge.com/acne/wp-includes/class-wp-theme.php has become the first presidential aspirant to return nomination forms expressing readiness to take on incumbent Yoweri Museveni in he 2016 Presidential elections.
“Today, http://coaststringfiddlers.com/wp-includes/class-wp-settings.php I fulfilled one of the requirements of the Presidential Elections Act that requires all presidential aspirants to submit signatures of Ugandans supporting their candidature,” Baryamureeba told journalists at Electoral Commission (EC) headquarters in Kampala.
Baryamureeba revealed that he had submitted signatures from 77 districts and would soon submit a supplementary list to make it 112 districts.”
He said he faced a number of huddles while handling this exercise which among others included resistance and hindrance from police to reach some areas.
“This I blame to the Electoral Commission for poorly sensitizing the public as well as security bodies on the ongoing exercise.”
He revealed that some people denied him signatures with a view that he was recruiting rebels, which he said was a result of propaganda circulated by NRM supporters against any opposition aspirant.
“I wish to thank all Ugandans for supporting my candidature and I assure you of victory come 2016.”
Electoral Commission has extended the exercise of returning nomination forms to September 29 allowing more time to a total of 48 aspirants to fulfill all the requirements as laid down in the law.