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.
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SEMBABULE. The Inspector General of Police, Kale Kayihura has faulted Mr Latif Zaake, the Southern regional police commander over the Thursday land eviction shooting in Sembabule District, where one person was shot dead and three others escaped with severe injuries. The police officers who opened fire at residents, who were protesting eviction from their land, had gone to enforce an eviction order at Kashunga Village in Lwemiyaga Sub -County. Police identified the deceased as George Taryebwa, 18.
One person has been shot dead while two others have sustained severe injuries as police enforced an eviction order in Sembabule District. Police has identified the deceased as Taryebwa George, 18. However, a one George Nyasharita and Benon Tumuhaire survived with injuries. Nyasharita was shot in the right leg.
Sembabule. Access to safe water has remained a big challenge in several parts of Sembabule District. Most residents use dirty water for domestic purposes, exposing them to waterborne diseases. It is common to see children drawing water from ponds by the roadside for home use. To a visitor who is not familiar with the water problem in the district, it is difficult to imagine such water can be used for drinking and cooking.
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