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18:43
18:43

Warriors Threaten Journalists for Exposing Insecurity in Karamoja mt. moroto area 3 1

In the letters, four-morning show presenters were issued with warnings over what the warriors described as continuous discussions on the security situation in Karamoja. Those warned include Timothy Eodu, Catherine Alany of Akica FM and Fiona Nambuya and Innocent Kodet of Ateker FM.
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150 Guns Recovered in Karamoja in 2020-UPDF karamoja warriors 2 1

The Uganda Peoples’ Defense Force- UPDF soldiers at the 3rd Division recovered 150 illegal guns in the hands of civilians across the nine districts of Karamoja. This is almost twice, the number of guns recovered in 2019 and 2018 in the region.
18:14
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UVRI Boss Moots for Private Sector Inclusion as Africa Pursues Own COVID-19 Vaccine Africa CDC 1 2

Kaleebu who was commenting on the deliberations at the meeting told URN that already UVRI is in early stages of working on a Messenger RNA vaccine but their biggest challenge like elsewhere is having to rely on foreign funding.
18:07
18:07

Schools Decry Lack of New Curriculum Text Books 3

The schools note that the National Curriculum Development Center-NCDC availed them inadequate textbooks while other schools are yet to receive the textbooks.
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We Won't Abandon Oil Despite Pressure - TOTAL Uganda Climate Change 3

At least 38 CSOs from Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo issued a communique rejecting the signing or conclusion of what they called secret agreements for the Tilenga, Kingfisher and East African Crude Oil Pipeline oil projects, until all court cases in various countries are determined. The cases mainly related to issues of human rights and the environment.
16:56
16:56

Kabaka Mutebi Suffering From Allergies-Katikkiro 3 1

Speaking for the first time after a seemingly frail Kabaka appeared in public early this week, to celebrate his 66th birthday, Mayiga admitted that in the last few days, the Kabaka has been having health challenges which he said are being managed by his doctors.
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Lwengo Schools Join Campaign to Conserve the Crested Crane 4

The campaign follows the death of 60 Gray-crowned cranes, in different wetlands which were poisoned by encroachers in two weeks. The dead cranes were discovered in a survey conducted by ICF to identifying and protecting the crested crane habitats in the district.
16:08
16:08

Two NUP Leaders Charged with Inciting Violence Police

Police arrested two NUP leaders who include Afua Namayimba, Division Councilor elect for Kyebando and Agnes Namukula Division elect Councilor for Rubaga. They are currently being detained at Kiira Road Police Station on charges of inciting violence.
15:33
15:33

Theatre Building Lies Idle for Lack of Equipment Ministry of Health 1

The theater which was constructed in 2019 has since lain idle due to lack of funds to buy equipment to be used for operations. It is estimated that over 500 million shillings is needed to buy the equipment
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15:33

Residents Protest Closure of Butiaba Health Center III patients 2 1

Health officials in the district closed Butiaba Health Center III last week after failing to secure a place where patients can be treated.
15:32
15:32

Family of Detained American National Sues Gov’t 3 2

Last month, the Police released a statement saying that Smith had been detained for alleged subversive activities conducted against the government of Uganda. But the same Police did not issue out the details of the allegations.
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Karamoja Aerial Survey Sensitization Flops: Only UPDF Trying 3 1

But in their sensitization, the soldiers sometimes fail to answer technical questions from the communities whose members are eager to know what the aerial survey will bring to their tables. The communities ask of their entitlements in the mining sector and why the planes are flying at lower altitude.
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Rwengaju Sub County Model Farmers Shun Milk Cooler 2 1

The cooler, which is located in Kidubuli village, was donated to the farmers by National Agricultural Advisory Services - Naads in 2020 after farmers requested for the machine to improve on the storage and marketing of their milk.
14:07
14:07

Black Gold: Report Pins Security for Protecting Charcoal Cartels deforestation 1 1

“Between 2015 and 2018, some charcoal cartels counted among their members a senior cabinet minister, two senior army commanders and an assistant commissioner of the Ugandan Police Force,” the report says.
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Fear as Deputy IGP Prepares to Release Names of Corrupt Police Officers 1 1

In 2014, PSU received 2639 complaints, 2547 complaints were lodged in 2015, PSU registered 2660 complaints in 2016, PSU received 2271 complaints in 2017, the 2018 complaints stood at 2383 while PSU recorded 2174 complaints in the year 2019.
13:49
13:49

Study Finds Risk of Rare Blood Clotting Higher in COVID-19 Patients than Vaccines Oxford University

The study authors led by Professor Paul Harrison and Dr Maxime Taquet from Oxford University’s Department of Psychiatry counted the number of CVT cases diagnosed in the two weeks following diagnosis of COVID-19, or after the first dose of a vaccine.
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13:49

Fire Guts Carpentry Workshops in Kasese 2 4

Bernard Kazoora, the LCI Chairperson said that the fire gutted the business premises in the wee hours of Thursday morning and spread out to the entire workshops.
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13:24

Will Nov. 2020 Riot Victims Ever Get Justice? 3 1 Top story

On Monday Nakitto staged a lone protest at the gate of parliament seeking justice for her 15-year-old son, Amos Ssegawa who was killed on November 18th.
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12:07

Thugs Attack Late Archbishop Lwanga’s Home, Terrorise, Rob his Relatives 1 1

The incident occurred at around 1:00 am when thugs armed with pangas, sticks attacked the residence of the Late Arch Bishop after cutting the security wire over the perimeter wall.
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Gulu Scrabble Club Need UGX 15m to Host National Championships 1

The Championship which will take place April 24-25th at the Dove's Nest Hotel in Gulu City is expected to attract over 100 participants from about 35 clubs in Uganda and others from Kenya, South Sudan and Tanzania.
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