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10:43
10:43

Survivors Hold Vigil for Lukodi MassacreVictims 2 2

On May 19, 2004, the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebel group attacked and killed at least 60 people in Lukodi Village, Bungatira Sub County, Gulu district.
10:42
10:42

Police Struggling to Stop Besigye Protest 2

Besigye, who left his home aboard his vehicle fitted speakers, said that he is waking up Ugandans to rise to speak with one voice to the government about the high commodity prices. Police made several attempts to stop Besigye from continuing with his speech in vain as he would immediately pick up another microphone, once police confiscate the one he was using.
14:45
14:45

Over 86% Treated for Bilharzia in Lira District Ministry Of Health 3 1

Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng Ocero, the Minister of Health who also doubles as the Lira City Woman MP, said that although people think such a disease is no longer common and therefore place less emphasis on it, bilharzia is one of the tropical diseases, which still affects so many people across the country.
13:42
13:42

Administrators now Treat Patients as Health Workers Strike in Kitgum Hospital 6

Akello says the Medical Superintendent and District Health Officer have come in to save the situation, but the challenge remains that the record takers are also striking.

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07:44
07:44

Pictorial: Anglican Martyrs’ Site Under Redevelopment Top story

According to the building plan, the church intends to set up a 10,000 seater infrastructure. They will later construct extension terraces going up to the existing museum structure to provide enough space for pilgrims who flock to the place.

Business and finance

12:17
12:17

Museum Operators Appeal to Gov’t for Funding Covid-19 lockdown 1 3

John Ssempebwa, the proprietor of the Lubaga Division based Ssemagulu Museum said that every region of Uganda has a lot of historical sites and history that Government needs to take invest in to allow for their expansion.
10:20
10:20

Construction of UGX 41Bn Security Printing Factory Starts 5 5

Babalanda says that the factory will reduce the cost of printing documents, facilitate the elimination of falsification of information on security documents, and be a source of revenue from the issuance of E-Passports, National Identity Cards, driver’s licenses, and other security documents and also build the capacity of Ugandans in security printing.
09:26
09:26

Five Cooperatives Get UGX 2.5Bn Dairy Processing Equipment 1 5

Khadija Nakakande, the NAADS Communications Manager, says that since 2014 there have been major improvements in the dairy sector, which has increased milk production from 2.5billion liters to 2.9 billion liters annually. She, however, says that this has come with the lack of market-leading to price fluctuations in the market.
08:37
08:37

Residents, Investor Clash Over Access Road 4 2

According to Wasswa, they agreed with the sugar company to expand the access road to enable smooth movement of their trucks but to their surprise, the company sealed it off.

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