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19:38
19:38

Man in Gulu Sentenced to Death for Murder gulu high court

Court heard that Ojok who had a misunderstanding with the deceased’s father Francis Akor aged 38, set ablaze the house killing Akong and injuring six others.
18:42
18:42

Parliament to Procure 84 Vehicles for Common Wealth Parliamentary Conference Tourism 1

The cars will be used to transport the delegates to and from the Airports, to their hotels, to the conference venues and to different tourist destinations in the country.
17:41
17:41

Gov't Concerned Over China-US Trade War, Brexit-Rugunda 3

According to the events, could affect Uganda’s tourism receipts and diaspora remittances and worse if the global economy falls into recession. Uganda gets money and loans from development partners from her infrastructure projects from countries such as China, USA, European Union and Britain.
17:27
17:27

UCC Blocks Rwanda’s New Times for Publishing ‘Propaganda’ 1 Top story

The UCC Spokesperson, Ibrahim Bbosa, said UCC had directed “internet service providers to block New Times for publishing harmful propaganda that endangers national security of Uganda”.
17:17
17:17

Kotido Municipal Councillors Protest over Unpaid Allowances ex-gratia payment 2 1

The angry councillors defied pleas from the speaker, Agnes Lokochil, Deputy Speaker Irar Peter Abrahams and the Town Clerk Seleverio Mukobi Byarufu to proceed with the council session.
16:24
16:24

Gen. Saleh Calls For Fresh Restructuring of NAADS 2 1

Gen Saleh says the economic activities being coordinated by NAADS and Operation Wealth Creation should be centralized under a government authority known as the National Agriculture Logistics Authority (NALA) for better efficiency and outputs.
15:45
15:45

Lira Residents Protest Allocation of Land for Solar Power Plant Aler Community Land 2

The district council approved the proposal to allocate about 200 acres of land, part of Aler Community farm in Ngetta Sub County to Xsabo Group to establish a pilot Solar power plant.
14:30
14:30

Suspended Mak Student Struggles to Return to University Makerere University 7 5 Top story

“There was a general feeling that Jalmeo would mobilise students to again protest the tuition increment. More so management feared that he would be part of the guild government would pose a great threat,” a source disclosed to URN.
13:31
13:31

Gov't Moots Contractor Facilitated Financing for Infrastructure Projects ppda act 2 1

The amendment seeks to introduce regulations on pre-financing, where an investor or contractors use their money then it is paid overtime in form of a loan by Government.
13:01
13:01

Fear of Change Hurting Ugandans-Gen.Muntu 2

According to Muntu, the biggest numbers of Ugandans are craving for change but they continue to find it hard to stand firm as their mind-set has been compromised by the current state of affairs.
12:53
12:53

Councilors Divided Over Petition to Interdict Mbale Town Clerk Local Revenue 5 1 Top story

Batanda is also accused of failure to present to council the budget estimates for the 2018/2019 financial year, adding that the budget he submitted to the Finance Ministry is different from the one that was laid in council. Councilors also claim that the town clerk altered receipts of the income and expenditure for council departments for the 2017/2018 financial ye
11:02
11:02

Bishop’s Decision to Take Over Orphanage Causes Uproar 2 2 Top story

After his retirement in 2009, Bishop Drandua retired to Don Dino Orphanage Center, which he had built with the help of donors from Germany and Austria to help Orphans and vulnerable Children in the diocese.
10:58
10:58

Mpigi Town Council Abolishes Garbage Skips 3

According to the LC III Chairperson for Mpigi town council Joseph Sennoga, the skips were abolished after it was discovered that residents used to set fire on the garbage destroying the skips.
10:39
10:39

Yellow Fever Screening at Busia Boarder Irks Traders 5

Michael Wanyama, a dealer in first class clothes, says he has failed to operate for the last three weeks because he can’t purchase clothes to stock his shop due to absence of a yellow fever card.
07:57
07:57

KCCA to Introduce Access Cards for Staff to Boost Security 3 1 Top story

According to Kitaka, once the system is installed, KCCA staff will have to use access cards with their bio data to be able to access the several sections of the building.
07:55
07:55

African Countries Tasked to Strengthen Routine Polio Immunization Campaigns

Dr Matshida who addressed journalists in a tele-press briefing says that Africa passes a milestone threshold- three years with no case of wild poliovirus detected in Africa.
07:30
07:30

Uganda Airlines Maiden Flight to Cost UGX 166,000 1

This means a return ticket goes for an enticing 330,000 shillings, a huge deal from the normal average of $300 other airlines is charging for the same route.
07:23
07:23

Retired Priest Hacked by Own Son Over Land Police spokesperson 2 2 Top story

According to Rev. Munvaneza, he was sitting together with other with other residents at Murimba primary school waiting for surveyors to survey his land in Nyabigori village n Kitooma parish same parish when Arinda attacked them.
07:02
07:02

Lamwo Leaders Return Animals Fraudulently Shared Amongst Themselves Patrick Olila 1 5 Top story

The RDC intervened after aggrieved residents petitioned his office implicating the political leadership and a section of technical staff for fraudulently sharing the ox and ox ploughs among themselves.
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