Two men have died while fighting over a woman at Kiyunga, Kyampisi sub county in Mukono district, Uganda.
The deceased, Hassan Kiwango, 45, and 48-year-old Hakim Katende, reportedly hacked themselves to death on Saturday, September 26, 2020.
GISTFLASH learnt that Katende has been accusing Kiwango of having an affair with his wife ‘Dorothy Birungi.’ (the mother of his 2 kids) for over a year.
According to the Observer, the dispute between the two men had attracted the attention of the local council committee, who summoned them to a meeting on Saturday morning.
However, things took a sad turn, when during the meeting, Katende allegedly attacked Kiwango and repeated him cut him on his neck, hands and back. Kiwango also retaliated, leaving both men with grave injuries.
Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, who confirmed the incident, said the two bodies have been taken to Kayunga hospital for postmortem as children and the wife to Katende are held at police for their safety.
Bandits release photos of abducted Kebbi teachers and students
Photos of students and teachers who were abducted from Federal Government College, Birin Yauri, Kebbi State have been released by bandits.
Though some of those abducted have been rescued, a teacher of the school who did not want to be named confirmed the identities of the victims to Daily Trust on Monday June 21.
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What a dramatic fight at Ghanaian bar ‘over a seat’ (video)
fight reportedly broke out at a Ghanaian bar known as Bloom Bar and located in the heart of Accra over the weekend.
A man reportedly locked horns with a woman identified as Yaa Asantewa on social media over a seat at the cocktail bar.
Eyewitnesses said the man had left his seat to meet someone outside the venue. When he got back, the lady had already taken his seat.
It was gathered that after he asked the woman to vacate the seat, it led to exchange of words which degenerated into a fight at the bar. Eyewitnesses said the lady’s boyfriend intervened in the fight and took it to another level.
It took the intervention of bouncers to break up the two men and escort them out of the premises. Some bystanders got hurt while others fled the venue without paying for their drinks.
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NYSC offers free medical services to 2 million rural dwellers
June 21, 2021
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) offered free medical services to no fewer than two million persons in the last seven years, an official has said.
NYSC Coordinator in Edo, Mrs Olubukola Abiodun, stated this on Monday in Auchi at the start of a week-long Health Initiative for Rural Dwellers (HIRD).
Abiodun, represented by the Assistant Director, Community Development Service, Mrs Clara Isede, said the NYSC health programme was to promote the wellbeing of indigent persons at the grassroots.
“Driven by our determination to deepen the impact of our healthcare services, management launched the HIRD in 2014.
“The programme is largely implemented through medical outreaches in communities across the country.
“During the exercise, the corps medical volunteers carry out diagnosis; treatment, medical procedures; drugs, eye glasses and other medical consumables are also given to patients free of charge.
“So far, over two million persons have been attended to by the NYSC medical teams on the HIRD platform.
“The scheme has donated over 300 wheelchairs with support of partners through this programme,’’ she said.
Abiodun said that the scheme had been using other community development service platform to make more frequent health-related interventions.
She added that such interventions include health survey, construction of cottage clinics, campaign against HIV/AIDs, malaria control, immunisation against polio and other killer diseases.
The coordinator said the scheme had concluded plans to set up mobile clinics for wider outreach, adding that this was aimed at increasing medical services to the rural dwellers.
Mr Dada Abubakar, a community leader in Auchi, thanked the NYSC for the gesture and urged the people to come out en mass for the free medical service.
“This is a great initiative, and we appreciate them for the outreach.
“Health is wealth, they (people) should take their health seriously, when they hear anything, especially free medical care, they should come out en-mass and use the opportunity to test themselves,’’ Abubakar said.
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