Muwulya Moses. Am a rising journalist. Passionate about health journalism.
It stems from my daughter who succumbed to eye cancer
My passion for health will see me write health stories to educate the public about health and how to avoid certain ailments.
Health remains wealth,but its only good wea...
Masaka. West Buganda Diocese has unveiled a programme where it will only admit and train people who possess diplomas or degrees into priest-hood. According to Canon Samuel Mwesigwa, the diocesan secretary, they have tightened their entry qualifications just like other dioceses such as Kampala and Namirembe. West Buganda Diocese issues certificates to priests trained to preach in local languages while the provincial certificates are given to priests trained to preach in English.
After our second child succumbed to retinoblastoma (eye cancer) in September 2015, we were left in distress and looked forward to having another child. We were excited, expecting the baby to cover the wounds left by the demise of our daughter. “A month after conception, I started bleeding on and off for about two days. The bleeding would become severe at night, accompanied by abdominal pain. I thought it was not serious and did not seek help until it was too late,” she sorrowfully recalls.
This continues to see them reap less from their sweat as their produce is taken at low prices by middlemen. However, Bashir Ntambazi, 35, a farmer in Bulenge Village, Buwunga Sub-County in Masaka District, could not bear the exploitation anymore. Starting The father of four, who mainly grows cassava and sweet potatoes, says he decided to add value to his produce so as to beat the hitherto unavoidable middlemen.
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