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Day: May 15, 2020

Min. Kutesa Accused Of Segregation After Allowing Tycoon Kavuya’s Family To Fly Into Uganda Despite COVID-19 Lockdown

Min. Kutesa Accused Of Segregation After Allowing Tycoon Kavuya’s Family To Fly Into Uganda Despite COVID-19 Lockdown

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By Elite Reporter Sam Kahamba Kutesa, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, has come under fire for reportedly allowing city tycoon Ben Kavuya’s wife, daughter and grandson to fly into the country, despite the COVID-19 lockdown that President Yoweri Museveni announced last month, which saw a ban on all passenger flights in and outside Uganda. The development comes after a letter purportedly written by Minister Kutesa permitting Kavuya’s wife Barbra Kavuya, daughter Blanche Kibaju and grandson Isaiah Tiba Byabashaija to fly into Uganda from the United States of America via Ethiopians Airlines, leaked to this website. Letter from Minister Sam Kutesa allowing Ben Kavuya's family to fly into Uganda from USA The letter seen by Elite News Uganda states thus; AUTHORISATION TO TRAVEL TO U
‘COVID-19 Infects Intestines, Kidneys And Other Organs’-Study

‘COVID-19 Infects Intestines, Kidneys And Other Organs’-Study

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By Elite Reporter The deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19) can infect organs throughout the body, including lungs, throat, heart, liver, brain, kidneys and the intestines, researchers reported Wednesday. Two separate reports suggest the virus goes far beyond the lungs and can attack various organs -- findings that can help explain the wide range of symptoms caused by COVID-19 infection. The findings might help explain some of the puzzling symptoms seen in Coronavirus patients. They include blood clots that cause strokes in younger people and that clog dialysis machines, headaches and kidney failure.  COVID-19 is classified as a respiratory virus and is transmitted through respiratory droplets, but it can also sometimes cause diarrhoea and other gastrointestinal symptoms. Res...
President Museveni’s Blue-eyed Gal Kamukama Becomes New City Landlord, Buys Shs11Bn Building

President Museveni’s Blue-eyed Gal Kamukama Becomes New City Landlord, Buys Shs11Bn Building

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By Elite Reporter President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s blue-eyed Gal Molly Kamukama, who is  the State Minister for Economic Monitoring is currently one of the biggest Kampala landlord, after she recently reportedly acquired a building worth USD3M, about Shs11Bn. Our Moles in Kampala intimate that   Kamukama, who is  the former Principal Private Secretary to the President, recently went shopping  and has since been linked to a building opposite the National Theatre, which houses ‘City Annex Hotel’. Our Moles reveal that as a way of proving  the financial muscle she currently wields, the  humble but very shrewd businesswoman reportedly paid up in cash before taking over the building from some Asians who owned it. However, the Moles reveal that t