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18:17
18:17

Kawempe Division Council Meeting Ends Abruptly Amid Chaos 7 3

Trouble started after division councilors led by the Namere Parish Councilor Andy Simon Kaweesa tabled a motion demanding for the immediate release of Ssegirinya who is an ex-official of the council.
16:35
16:35

Mubende Residents Living in Fear over Looming Eviction 6 4

The residents accuse Formasa of planning to evict them from the land where they have stayed for decades.
16:01
16:01

Prosecutor in Ssegirinya, Ssewanyana Trial Reports Death Threats 3 2

On Wednesday, Richard Birivumbuka, the Masaka Resident State Attorney told Masaka Grade One Magistrate Philp Nzwebe that he and his family have received death threats from people he claims are connected to the two MPs.
13:28
13:28

Makerere University Payment System Restored, Students Struggle to Raise Tuition 1 3

In September, the university transitioned from Academic Information Management System -AIMS to the Academic Management Information System- ACMIS, a new records management system, which affected payments.

Business and finance

20:17
20:17

Agriculture Ministry Halts Eviction of Pastoralists in Nwoya Over FMD Outbreak balaalo herdsmen 1 4

Nwoya is among the four districts in Acholi and Lango Sub-regions that was supposed to start evicting pastoralists who were illegally occupying government land following an order issued by Gen. David Muhoozi, the state Minister for Internal Affairs last week.
19:19
19:19

Over 80 Kiosks Removed from Kampala Streets 5 4

Kiosks that were previously set up along Ben Kiwanuka street, Allen Road, part of Burton Street, the Old taxi Park, Nkrumah Road, Railway group, Nasser Road, Colville Street and Kimathi Avenue, among others, have been removed and taken to the Kampala Capital City Authority yard in Nakawa.
11:53
11:53

Truck Pile-Up Eases at Uganda-Kenya Border as Clearance Intensifies 5 1 Top story

As part of the change in policy, truckers were supposed to undergo mandatory COVID-19 testing which sparked a protest from drivers who parked their vehicles and blocked off the roads demanding that Uganda streamline its COVID-19 testing protocols in line with other EAC countries. The Drivers were charged 100,000 Shillings or 30 US Dollars for each test.
09:52
09:52

Gov't to Prioritize Agro-Industrialisation in 2022/23 Budget

According to the government plan for the next financial year, Agro-industrialization alone is due to get 1.5 trillion shillings, which is almost 6 percent of the total resource allocations to programs worth 26 trillion shillings.

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