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20:18
20:18

Contractor to Start Night Works on John Babiiha Avenue Stephen Kibuuka 1

According to the KCCA Project Coordinator Eng. Stephen Kibuuka, the contractor has been authorized to carry out night works as soon as possible to achieve delivery of substantial works by December 2020. KCCA wants the carriageway, the walkway and drainage system to be fully constructed and the road operational by December.
18:19
18:19

NRM Supporters in Kyenjojo Protest Deletion of Names from Party Register David Muhumuza 1 2

David Muhumuza, who is aspiring for Mwenge North Member of Parliament whose name was missing, led a group of about 150 protesters to Bwebale’s office in search for answers.
17:25
17:25

Bullets Fly as Market Women Demand Toilets Market vendors 1 2

Helen Akidi, one of the vendors told Uganda Radio Network-URN in an interview that closure of toilets forced some vendors to resort to use of empty water bottles and buckets to ease themselves.
16:48
16:48

State Takes Over Zaake's Case Against Individual Police Officers 1 3

The magistrate in his ruling stated that the constitution allows the office of the DPP to take over a case at any stage.
15:51
15:51

NRM MP Aspirant in Mbale Released on Bond

Mutenyo was arrested by police on Tuesday for allegedly holding an illegal rally at Market Street.
12:53
12:53

Batooro to be Sensitized on Return of Kingdom Assets William Byaruhanga

On September 2, 2019, the Government of Uganda and Tooro Kingdom signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the return of the kingdom assets. King Oyo signed on behalf of the kingdom, while President Yoweri Museveni and the Attorney General William Byaruhanga represented the government.
12:41
12:41

Contractor On Spot Over Slow Upgrading of Bushenyi Technical College 5 5

Construction started in February and was supposed to be handed over to the Ministry on September 5th.
12:32
12:32

Controversial Gulu Businesswoman Dies Mysteriously Action Aid Uganda

The Police Director of Health Services is rushing to Gulu to investigate Aber's sudden death - Police
06:04
06:04

Court Sets New Date for "No, Nedda" Demonstrators Trial FDC 3 3

The campaign christened, ‘No, Nedda, was aimed at showing dissatisfaction over how the government has handled the COVID-19 pandemic.
05:15
05:15

Live Bullets Fired to Disperse Campaign Crowd in Kotido police brutaility 4

One person was wounded severely as bullets ripped through her legs leaving her bleeding profusely. The injured, identified as Gloria Ayolo, 24, was rushed to Kotido Health Centre IV in critical condition and later referred to Matany Hospital for proper management.
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