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19:42
19:42

Family Accuses Electricity Firm of Constructing on Disputed Land 3 1

A family has appealed to authorities to prevail over Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited - UETCL, which they accuse of defying a court order not to construct on a piece of land whose ownership is under contestation in courts of law.
19:28
19:28

Kabarole Residents Accuse GISO to Rwenzori RISO of Misconduct and Illegal Gun Possession 7 3

Moses Baguma a resident of Busaiga A said he reported a case of theft of a domestic animal where Kalija was allegedly involved but he was shocked in spite of overwhelming evidence against him to find out that Kalija was released after only 24 hours without any clear explanation.
18:37
18:37

New Moroto Central Market Vandalized vending 2 2

The vandalism was noticed on Monday by the police deployed at the market when they entered the apartment allotted to them only to find that glasses were smashed. Other facilitates that have been vandalized include the security lighting system and the flower garden.
18:33
18:33

Pakwach Police Detain their OC for Dei over Break-in, Theft of Motorcycle and Exhibits 2 2

Assistant Inspector of Police Samson Odongo, the OC of Dei Police Post was picked up on Sunday after some unknown persons broke in to the Police post and took away a Police motorcycle Registration Number UP 8313, a Fuel Tank and some exhibits like mattresses that had been kept in the office.
17:00
17:00

Police Responded to Four False Bomb Scares Last Week Fred Enanga 1 1

Fred Enanga, the police spokesperson, said in the same week the Police counter terrorism and bomb squad teams responded to four other suspicious terror scares reported by the general public in Katabi town council, Nsambya, Ggaba, and along Gayaza Roads, but all had no explosives.
16:52
16:52

URA Starts Enforcement on Use of Digital Stamps, Electronic Receipts 2 1

Paddy Ochieng, the Manager Kampala Metropolitan Domestic Taxes Department, says that two URA staff have been deployed at more than 40 supermarkets in different parts of the country to ensure that they issue the e-invoices for all transactions.
16:05
16:05

Makerere, Kyambogo Lecturers Fail to Show Up for Physical Classes 2 4

When URN reporters visited the two institutions, most of the lecture rooms were empty with students spread all over the college compounds at Wi-Fi spots attending online lectures.
15:57
15:57

Gov't Ordered to Pay UGX 500 Million for Police Trespassing on Private Land

In 2018, Abdu Bazaale and Mahfoodh Abdalla sued government for Police trespassing on their customary land on which their family had lived for more than 70 years. In her judgement, Justice Cornelia Kakooza Sabiiti ruled that government illegally acquired the land, is trespassing and should compensate the family.
15:33
15:33

NUSAF III Dam Project in Agago Stalls over Alleged Embezzlement 1

Construction of the community dam situated in Paicam Parish, Otaka watershed, kicked off in February this year after the government through Office of the Prime Minister-OPM disbursed 132 millionn shillings.
15:19
15:19

Suspected African Swine Fever Reported in Bushenyi 2

The ban has been imposed in Kyeizoba, Ibaare, Bumbaire sub-counties and Bushenyi-Ishaka Municipality.
14:45
14:45

Unvaccinated Students Turned Away As Tertiary Institutions Reopen 3 8 Top story

Tertiary institutions opened their gates to students after months of closure following the outbreak of covid-19.
13:44
13:44

Shock as 47-year-old Sets Herself Ablaze over Child

Ms Tarakpe Beatrice, one of her sisters narrated to our reporter that late Ajio got angry after her brothers gave her 5-year-old son to the father without her consent, which prompted her to set her house and herself on fire, perishing in the flames.
12:08
12:08

EALA MP Kakooza Survives Lynching over Land Dispute in Lubowa 6 4

Kakooza is embroiled in a land dispute with his neighbour. The disputed land measuring 0.22 acres is located in Lubowa, behind Roofings Uganda Limited.
11:51
11:51

Parliament So far Fails to Implement Vaccine Card-for-Access Directive Ministry of health 1

On Thursday last week, Among notified Members of Parliament that starting this week, they will be required to present Covid-19 vaccination cards to attend sittings. This would include staff and members of the Parliamentary staff.
11:17
11:17

Drivers Abandon Mbale Main Taxi Park 2 4

The Taxi drivers under their umbrella Mbale Taxi Drivers, Conductors and Owners' Association accuse the proprietors of Express Transport Companies of parking along the streets and transporting passengers yet they are licensed as courier service providers.
10:42
10:42

Nodding Disease Kills 40 Children in 1 Sub County in 3 Years Angagura Sub-County 1 2

Okello told URN that reports from parents of the children indicate that the immediate cause of death is mostly falling in fire, drowning and being hit by speeding vehicles.
10:41
10:41

Kasese Elderly Want Age of SAGE Beneficiaries Reduced 1 2

The elders say that the Covid-19 has left them more vulnerable because their caretakers were affected by the pandemic. They also argue that the fact that they cannot be formally employed means they don’t have a sustainable source of livelihood.
09:21
09:21

Bukwo Hospital Administrator Arrested For Alleged Corruption 1

Sorowon who is currently being detained at Bukwo Central Police Station was arrested on Friday afternoon by police in Bukwo.
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