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07:52
07:52

RCC Orders Arrest of CID Officer for Releasing Defilement Suspect 4

Lawrence Egole issued the order after Ajuga released Steven Ayine Mugisha, who was arrested on Friday from St. Katherine Girls Secondary School in the middle of the night when he had gone to pick up a senior III student.
20:27
20:27

Registration For New National IDs to Start June Next Year- Otafiire 6 1

Otafiire revealed that in 2024 the country will migrate to improved and user-friendly National IDs due to the improvement in technology and demands of modernity.
19:34
19:34

KCCA Valuation Court Starts Hearing Sessions 2

Muyizzi says the sessions shall sit on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in open court except where necessary in chambers to hear the over 800 complaints filed. On Tuesday, the court had invited 10 parties but couldn't attend to them all since much of the early afternoon was spent in the opening ceremony.
18:27
18:27

Civil Society Actors Worried as DGF Project Nears End 5 1

In June this year, President Yoweri Museveni announced that he had lifted the ban on DGF until December 2022 but with the government represented in the facility's decision-making. The announcement followed a meeting between the president and the Danish Minister for Development Cooperation, Flemming Miller Mortensen.

Business and finance

16:42
16:42

Nabbanja’s Orders Trigger Tension Amongst Landlords Near Busega Market 4

Nalwanga Lwanga, the secretary of Kigwanya market, says that the land around Busega market belongs to individuals. She said that the market was built on 3-acres of land, which was used up. She also said that the parking, which the minister wants to create was built on the rooftop of the market.
14:50
14:50

Gulu City, Division Leaders Bicker Over Allocation of Space to Evicted Vendors Gulu City Council 3 1

The rift comes a week after the City authorities accompanied by security personnel stopped leaders in Bardege Division from allocating space to accommodate vendors that were last month evicted from major streets.
08:20
08:20

Court Upholds Bamwesigye's Appointment As UCAA Head 8

Osudo wanted the court to make eleven declarations including that Bamwesigye was ineligible for an appointment and that the said shortlisting and a subsequent appointment was illegal, irregular, null, and void. In his affidavit, Osudo faulted the minister and the board for ignoring the "glaring inconsistencies and contradictions" in Bamwesigye's academic documents.
18:45
18:45

Transporters Suspend Operations Ahead of Kenyan polls. 3

Since the post-election violence in the 2007-2008 Kenyan elections, whenever this country goes to the polls, Uganda is highly cautious and puts up several measures to avoid the spillover.

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