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17:21
17:21

Two Women in Makindye Arrested Over Child Torture 2 1

A video that is circulating on social media shows one of the suspects Aisha Nalubega who is also a step mother to the victim, tying him upside down the victim on the pole while her friend Kyazike lit the candle before they started burning the child with molten wax.
15:48
15:48

Two Bukedea District Officials Interdicted For Misconduct 1 1

The two officials are Ben Okou, the Senior Health Educator and David Isaac Emuron. It is alleged that Okou was arrested for alleged misuse of covid-19 funds meant to pay allowances for the frontline health workers, village health teams (VHTs) and other district health officials fighting the pandemic.
11:55
11:55

Lira Kato Health Centre III Closed After Staff Test Positive for Covid-19 3

Alexander Okidi, the LCV Councilor Lira Kato Sub County says that the closure of the facility situation has left patients to seek services from Adilang Health Centre in Adilang Sub County and Dr Amrozolli Hospital in Kalongo Town Council which are both more than 20 kilometres far away.
11:05
11:05

25 Organizations to Advice ICC on Reparation of War Victims Northern Uganda 1 1

Martin Okwir, the ICC Outreach Coordinator says many organizations sent their requests but court only selected 25 of which 19 are Ugandan based while 6 are foreign.

Business and finance

22:08
22:08

Taxi Operators Appeal to KCCA to Open Old Taxi Park 4

KCCA failed to complete works in three months as planned attributing the delay to COVID 19 which forced the country into lockdown during which movement of workers was limited. Heavy rains were also blamed for the delay.
17:47
17:47

NSSF Bill: President Museveni Writes to Speaker Oulanyah 9 1

The Bill had endorsed a proposal for the government to allow savers who have clocked 45 years and had saved for 10 years to access 20 percent of their savings. After several months of back and forth with the fund managers and workers, the President said he would only assent to the Bill with amendments.
12:11
12:11

Attiak Sugar Factory Seeks Acholi Cultural Institution Intervention over Fires 1 1

For three years, the factory has been suffering devastative fires, last year it lost 7,300 acres of already matured sugarcane plantations in Attiak Sub County.
07:57
07:57

Public Pressure: Kisoro Leaders Abandon Plan to Build Market on Mayor's Gardens 4 1

Passing of the resolution created a public uproar especially by environment and tourism activists condemning the act and arguing that the resolution compromises nature and a tourism asset, and accused councilors of passing a resolution with a hidden agenda of greed to grab many of the stalls in the modern market.

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