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08:42
08:42

Poor Records Complicate Former EAC Employees' Compensation Claims 3 1

The EAC collapsed in 1977. At the time, all the former employees were on a contributory pension scheme under Crown Agents in London. But after the collapse of the Community, Crown Agents filed for bankruptcy and indicated their inability to meet the obligation of compensating the former employees.
07:44
07:44

Man Arrested in Apac For Assaulting Traffic Officer on Duty Uganda police

Orec, a resident of Lela Village, Awila Parish, Akokoro Sub-County Apac District was arrested on Thursday after he assaulted John Tenywa, a traffic police officer.
12:06
12:06

Bukwo Officials Flee As State House Anti-corruption Unit Conducts Arrests

The State House Anti Corruption Unit led by its senior legal officer, Peter Ndomugyenyi are investigating the alleged misappropriation of more than Shillings 3billion meant for various projects in the district. The arrests have forced several district officials into hiding.
11:31
11:31

Ntoroko Flood Victims Return to Shores of Lake Albert Over Delayed Relocation 3 3

In 2019, water levels at Lake Albert went up submerging shorelines displacing more than 11000 people, and flooding infrastructure. The floods forced the victims into internally displaced camps of Rwenyana, Rwangara 1 and 2, Kamuga, and Kajweka camps in Butungama sub-county.

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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

19:01
19:01

Annual Festival to Transform Rwenzori Communities 5 1

Johnson Mboga, the chairman of the Kasese Tourism Investment Forum says while there is a lot of public knowledge of the region as a tourism hub, companies and individuals from other areas have benefited more from the resources than the residents.
18:41
18:41

Lira USMID Contractor Gets Extension for 45 Days Lira City

Last year, Al Nuami Group and Abubakar Technical Services were awarded a 37 billion shillings contract to construct a children’s park, and make improvements on existing roads including Note-Ber road, Olwol road, and Boundary Road, Obangakene, Aber road, and Coronation Park.
13:26
13:26

Mbale City Closes 200 Business Premises over Rent 1 Top story

The town clerk adds that activities like road maintenance, opening new roads, paying councilors, paying casual workers have been paralysed due to lack of local revenue.
12:50
12:50

IRA Plots Compulsory Insurance Cover for Markets and High Rise Buildings 2

It will join the already compulsory insurance policies like the motor third party, workman’s compensation, and the recently introduced cargo insurance for goods in transit entering the country.

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