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21:07
21:07

KCCA FC Unveils Byekwaso as New Head Coach on Permanent Deal Morley Byekwaso 3 1

Byekwaso has been an interim coach for KCCA FC since the termination of the contract of their former head coach Mike Mutebi in March this year. Byekwaso was Mike Mutebi’s assistant and had earlier been a star player for the same club.
20:12
20:12

Bundibugyo MP's Task Gov't to Transfer DRC Asylum Seekers refugees 1 5

According to legislators the camp, where they are now, is congested with 2,680 persons recorded from 81 households. They argue that the camp is posing a serious health risk to both the internal and external population after 126 persons tested positive for COVID-19.
16:15
16:15

Karamoja-based Matany Hospital Gets Nod for Offering Affordable Treatment COVID-19 task force 1 4

The Catholic founded not-for-profit health facility charges 50,000 Shillings for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. It also charges a flat rate of 10,000 Shillings for any ailment and 5,000 Shillings for treating children.
15:55
15:55

Lira Main Market Vendors to Individually Install Yaka power disconnection 1 4

Richard Okello, the Lira City Commercial officer explained that the city council is struggling to clear the bill to pave way for the sub-metering amidst the challenge of local revenue collection. He says individual vendors will bear the cost of installation, saying the vendor may remove the equipment anytime they decide to quit the market.
15:22
15:22

South Sudan Girl Jumps to Death from Building 1 2

The Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire identifies the deceased as Nyameisha Kueth, who has been staying with her stepmother in Nabweru in Nansana Municipality.
15:04
15:04

Strange Flies Invade Masindi Villages livestock 5

Perez Asiimwe, a resident of Nyakarongo village claimed that domestic animals like pigs, goats and cows have started dying as a result of being bitten by the flies.
13:55
13:55

Flood Victims at Laropi Landing Site Demand for Relief 2

In June 2020, more than 20,000 people living along the River Nile belt in Madi Sub-region were displaced and property lost when the water levels of the River Nile increased following heavy rains.
13:37
13:37

Queen Elizabeth National Park Registering Record Increase in Wildlife Population wildlife animals 6 4

In the 2018 wildlife census, UWA registered 3,953 elephants in Queen Elizabeth national park up from 2,913 elephants in 2015. Today, this number has grown to over 4,000 elephants while buffalos whose figures stood at 1,500 before March are now above 1,700. The park also has more than 90 mammals and 600 bird species.
13:09
13:09

Nakawa Market Vendor Found Dead in her Shop 3 1

Joseph Sanyi, who owns a stall close to Nakyanzi's shop, says that he last saw the deceased on Tuesday evening. She reportedly looked fine and only complained of some pain on the hand after receiving her second COVID 19 jab.
11:34
11:34

Online Learning Losing Hype in Second School Closure 6

Dominic Karyarugokwe, the Principal Froberto Nursery and Primary school in Hoima district attribute the development to lack of response from parents. Karyarugokwe explains that they managed to conduct e-Learning last year without many hurdles because of the cooperation of parents.
10:47
10:47

Karamoja Risks Complex Emergency With COVID-19, Famine and Insecurity-Health Experts Parliament 1 3

Dr. James Lemukol, the Napak District Health Officer, says that the region is already experiencing family because of the prolonged drought.
10:41
10:41

Vendors in Kampala Decry Delayed Distribution of Mosquito Nets 3

Susan Kushaba, the St Balikuddembe Market Chairperson, says that out of the 3,000 vendors sleeping in the market, only 1,200 received mosquito nets last month.
10:20
10:20

MPs Question Whereabouts of Six Ambulances Meant for Mbale Hospital 1 3 Top story

Dr. Patrick Mutono couldn’t have any of this, saying that the Ministry of Health had informed them that they had delivered 8 ambulances to Mbale Regional Referral Hospital to support the management of COVID-19 cases.
09:55
09:55

Police Arrest Two For Theft of 46 Vehicle Number Plates in Makindye-Ssabagabo 2 1

Luke Owoyesigyire, the Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, says that the suspects later led police to their hideout where officers recovered forty-six motor-vehicle number plates. According to Owoyesigyire, police swung into action after receiving numerous complaints from Lubowa, Zzana, Bunamwaya, Katale, Bukwenda, Seguku and Nalumunye areas. "They started from where they stopped upon release from the prison," he says.
09:32
09:32

Excitement as Two Major Health Centres in Kwania Are Elevated Ministry of Health 1 3

In 2020 Kwania received 1.7 billion shillings from the World Bank for the refurbishment and elevation of the two health facilities, under the Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfer Program for Results (IFTPR).
08:24
08:24

Construction of Police Station in Memory of Late IGP Oryema Stalls Over Land Row Nwoya District 1 3

Last month, the Inspector General of Police IGP Martin Okoth Ochola approved the establishment of the station and construction was supposed to start immediately.
07:46
07:46

Health Workers At Bududa Hospital Choking On Foul Stench 1 3

Daniel Matseketse, the Bududa town council LC V councillor blamed the hospital administrators for the mess yet they keep preaching about the need for maintaining proper hygiene.
06:51
06:51

16 Inmates at Kwania Gov't Prison Test Positive for Covid-19 1 2

Frank Baine, the Uganda Prisons Spokesperson says that the inmates were all evacuated to Jinja Hospital Isolation centre for treatment.
06:26
06:26

Nanyondo Finishes 5th At London Diamond League Winnie Nanyondo 1

Nanyondo, 27 ran a time of 4:29:08 in a race that was won by America’s middle distance elite runner Kate Grace who posted a world-leading mark at 4:27:04
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