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21:08

Vandalism, Poor Attitude Big Challenges to KCCA-Musisi authority 1

Musisi called on Government to increase funding to the Authority to purchase garbage collection and disposal trucks, saying only 14 trucks are available of the required 65 trucks.
20:50
20:50

RDC Ejects Priest from Aids Day Preparatory Meeting ahamada washaki 3

Trouble started after the RDC who chaired the meeting opened it up for reactions from the member. Some of the members started raising concern on how they should get money from the president just like people in other parts of the country have benefited.
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19:44

Onduparaka FC humbles Ndejje University 3-0 1 1

The hosts missed several chances in the first half at the feet of Galdino Gadaffi. He however, bounced back in the second half to convert a kick from Okocha in the 23rd minute.
19:19
19:19

Gov't Defends Closure of Radio Unity asian 1

On Tuesday afternoon, the Internal Affairs Minister, Mario Obiga Kania defended the closure of the station, saying it fell short of the minimum broadcasting standards.
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Polytechnic College Idle Five Months After Completion bunyangabu 1 1

The college was constructed by the government at a cost of 300 Million Shillings. It was completed in August.
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Seven Workers of Radio Unity Re-Arrested lira district 1

Jimmy Uhuru Luis Onapa, the proprietor Unity FM describes the arrest of his colleagues as a deliberate infringement on media rights. He urges security to produce the suspects before the courts of law other than keeping them in police custody beyond the mandatory 48 hours.
16:18
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Egyptian President Honors Mufti Mubaje sheikh mubaje 1 Top story

Gen. Al-Sisi handed over similar medals to five Egyptian personalities and Yerzhan Mayamerov, the Grand Mufti of Kazakhstan. The Ahram Daily, an Egyptian publication quotes Sheikh Mubaje, saying the honor is the most important in his educational and religious propagation life.
16:10
16:10

Police Authority to Decide Fate of 2015/2016 Recruits confirmation 1

A reliable source in the police top management told URN that the report has since been handed to the Police Authority chaired by the Internal Affairs Minister Gen. Jeje Odong for deliberations and way forward.
16:08
16:08

Draft Industrial Policy Calls for Increased State Involvement 3 1

The proposed National Industrial Development Policy 2018 is to replace the National Industrial Policy of 2008 which largely failed because just a bit of its policy options were actually implemented.
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15:50

ERA Asks Public to Employ Certified Wiremen 7 1

Eng. Ziria Tibalwa, the ERA ED said the public should always ask wire men to first produce certificates before using their services. She said people should always ensure that wiremen carry certificates which belong to them to curb incidences of impersonation.
15:28
15:28

Rubona Town Council Hit By Power Outage 3 1

The town council has not had power for two weeks due to a faulty transformer.
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14:55

Witness Fails to Show Up For Mak Professor Rape Case victim 1

The case was scheduled for hearing on Tuesday before Justice Jane Francis Abodo but prosecution led by Catherine Akello asked for an adjournment on grounds that the complainant who is also the main witness had yet to be traced.
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14:02

Lira Clashes Imply Loss of Confidence in Criminal Justice System dickens okello 2

Bernard Atiku, the chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Childrens affairs says that the news of childs strangling is traumatizing adding that such trauma is pushing the community which is now desperate for justice, yet operating in a vacuum, and expecting less from the criminal justice system.
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Kasese Farmers Count Losses as Elephants Destroy Crops ministry of tourism 2

Margret Kabugho said that all her four acres of cotton were destroyed and is not sure of harvesting anything. She explains that she injected a lot of money in hiring land, purchasing pesticides and cultivation which has now been put to waste.
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Fish Vendors Decry Brutal Arrest by Fisheries Unit jinja

Banuli Kamali, a dealer of Fresh fish told the Committee that they have suffered for the last 18-years. He explained that most of the youths involved in fish trade have lost moral in the ruling party because of the brutality and torture they suffer at the hands of the Fisheries Protection Unit.
11:46
11:46

WHO Launches Action Plan as Global Malaria Cases Surge

In 2017, there were an estimated 219 million cases of malaria, compared to 217 million the year before. But in the years prior, the number of people contracting malaria globally had been steadily falling, from 239 million in 2010 to 214 million in 2015. Uganda accounted for more than 4 percent of the malaria cases worldwide.
11:35
11:35

Panga Wielding Men Attack Mbale Homes mbale municipality 4

According to residents, the machete wielding thugs stormed the homes of their victims at around 11:00 pm on Monday evening and moved house to house. They robbed household items and money from their victims before hacking them.
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BCU Petitions Judicial Service Commission to Punish Justice Mugambe mbale high court

In his November 16th, 2018 letter to the Judicial Service Commission, a copy of which URN has seen, Nandala says it was unprofessional for the judge to handle the application of an interim order yet the civil Division has 2 registrars who handle such matters.
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