Worry over High HIV Infections in Mbarara

Mugambagye addressing the media in Mbarara on Wednesday

Ahead of the upcoming 2015/16 Fufa Big League season, cialis 40mg Kirinya Jinja SS are set to host Premier league neighbours Sadolin Paints Fc in a friendly duel at the Jinja SS stadium on Thursday afternoon.

Sadolin do not have any competitive fixture this week due to Cranes international engagements.

“We have a tough away game against Maroons on Tuesday and so we decided to keep fit by facing Jinja SS in friendly on Thursday. Most of the new players will feature, ” Sadolin coach Swamadu Musafiri said.

Sadolin have collected three points from three matches losing to KCCA FC and JMC Hippos by an identical 3-0 before winning their last game against Bright Stars.

The Big League giants are sharpening their squad after falling in two consecutive attempts in the premier league final promotion play-offs.

Among the many changes at the club include appointing new Head coach Richard Makumbi who replaced Mathew Lucha.

Jinja SS recently lost to Bul Fc by Simon Okwil’s solitary goal in another high profile build up.
Politicians in Western Uganda have come under attack by NGOs for failure to sensitize people about AIDS and its outcomes and only mind about their leadership positions.

This was revealed during a Duty Bearer’s Dialogue roundtable meeting held at Kamukuzi district hall on Wednesday.

According to research by the Ministry of Health, approved in 1982 the AIDS patients in Uganda were about 1.6 million.

However, to the surprise of researchers, pilule the rate at which people are getting infected with HIV/AIDS in Mbarara municipality is overwhelming with over 350 cases occurring daily.

“Areas known for high rates of AIDS occurrence in Mbarara are Kakoba and Nyeihanga but of recent it was found out that Ndeija has the highest rate of AIDS spread at 9.4 percent,” said by the councillor LC V Ndeija sub-county Asaph Muhangi.

The high infection rate is attributed to cultural rituals and worldly pleasures such as pornography.

It was not that pre-marital sexual intercourse in Universities was overwhelming.

Reproductive Health Uganda official, Denis Mugambagye urged all Ugandans to take part in fighting AIDS scourge.

“Prevalence of HIV in Uganda is at 7.3 percent while in Mbarara district is at 9.4 percent, therefore there is a need for all including politicians to fight against HIV/AIDS in Uganda,” he observed.


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