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18:27
18:27

Voters Ignorant about Upcoming Women Council Elections 4

Catherine Akello from Kyebando, a Kampala city suburb wondered what the women councils are and the mandate of the women council committees. She admits to having heard about the women councils in passing but added that she has never felt their relevance in the community.
17:16
17:16

LC Chairpersons Remanded Over Cattle Theft 2

Esangu told our reporter that Erwatu and Olobo drove his cattle to the sub-county headquarters under unclear circumstances before they connived with the LC 3 chairperson to sell off his animals without his consent on April, 24th, 2022.
10:49
10:49

Bribery Mars Passport Application Process 3 1

“I paid Shillings 600,000 on top of the 250,000 that I had paid because I was desperate. I needed to travel urgently and was told booklets were running out. I had no option. I would rather pay the money than miss the conference I was going to attend," she said.
19:06
19:06

Ven. Kisawuzi Calls for Concern Over Each Other's Plight 4

Speaking at a service in memory of the attack on Mengo palace by the Uganda Army on the 24th of May 1966 at Namirembe Cathedral on Tuesday, Kisawuzi said that Uganda has become a nation of selfish people who do not care about the plight of others.

Slideshow

12:39
12:39

Pictorial: Search For Oil Jobs Increases Settlements in Kikuube’s Buhuka Flats oil and gas

The population in the area is now estimated at over 15000 compared to about 3000 people in 2013.

Business and finance

19:42
19:42

Experts, Gov't Differ on Price Control Policies 8

EPRC's Dr. Kasirye says that if the government was to give subsidies and the prices to the consumers came down, the estimated 400-billion-shilling subsidy would instead benefit the richer people instead who would increase their consumption of goods like fuel.
18:01
18:01

Gov't's Plan to Re-settle Displaced People Around Lake Kyoga Yet to Kick off Kyedikyo Camp 1 3

In September last year, Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja instructed Kayunga district local government to work closely with her office to conduct a valuation of the land hosting the affected households so as to purchase it.
16:33
16:33

PAC Queries Excess Gratuity Sent to Regional Referral Hospitals audit report 1 3

Muwanga, in his report to Parliament, cited Lira Regional Referral Hospital where 5.97 billion Shillings was spent on salaries, pension, and gratuity out of the total receipts of 7.48 billion shillings resulting in an unabsorbed balance of 1.5 billion shillings.
12:46
12:46

Mugisha Muntu Calls for Peaceful Election in Omoro County Omoro By-election 1 1

Muntu told URN during an interview from Gulu City that numerous by-elections in the country have been marred with arrogance and violence perpetrated by the state security agencies and hooligans.

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