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15:49
15:49

MPs Cite Death Threats in Ongoing Probe into Uganda Airlines 2 1

Committee chairman Joel Ssenyonyi confirmed the threats, saying however that they won’t back off from holding corrupt public officials accountable for causing financial losses to the Government, adding that they have surrendered their safety and well-being into God’s hand for divine protection.
12:45
12:45

Over 200 Children from Kampala Streets Re-united with Families 4 1

Robert Odida, the In-Charge of Koblin Youth Rehabilitation Centre says that the majority of the children who were rescued were below the age of 10, and these have been reunited with their families, thanks to the efforts of the area leaders and partner Civil Society Organizations.
11:38
11:38

Landslide Blocks Kapchorwa - Bukwo Road for 9 Hours 2

Geofrey Chemonges, a resident of Kamulago village said the soil mixed with big rocks fell covering a distance of 500metres of the road section which is under construction by the China State Construction Engineering Limited.
09:55
09:55

40 Notorious Cattle Rustlers Walk 79 Kms to Moroto to Ask for Forgiveness

The Jie in Kotido and the Matheniko in Moroto have not been seeing an eye, with both communities raiding each other viciously.

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19:22
19:22

Pictorial: Police Decorates 254 Senior Police Officers

Spouses, children and other relatives could not hold their excitement as names of the person they had accompanied were read.

Business and finance

12:04
12:04

Councilors Grumble as Nakasongola Renews Quarrying MOU with Energo at UGX 50M 1 1

Energo Uganda Limited Company is carrying out stone quarrying at Kageri rock in Wabinyonyi Sub County. The stones are used to construct roads in Kampala city and other highways in Uganda.
11:38
11:38

Landslide Blocks Kapchorwa - Bukwo Road for 9 Hours 2

Geofrey Chemonges, a resident of Kamulago village said the soil mixed with big rocks fell covering a distance of 500metres of the road section which is under construction by the China State Construction Engineering Limited.
08:05
08:05

Isimba Dam Flooding Raises More Questions Than Answers uegcl 1 3 Top story

While there are questions on whether there is a need to import electricity from Kenya, some suggest the bigger questions include whether Isimba Dam was insured. Why should the government pay to repair the Dam after the floods if it was really insured? What about the threats the Dam poses to nearby communities?

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