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14:49
14:49

Kiruhura Farmers Task Government on Animal Laboratory 1 5

Enock Beronda, a farmer says that given the few extension workers in the district, getting someone to diagnose animal diseases is very expensive. He explains that farmers spend a lot of money collecting samples from sick animals for testing.
14:13
14:13

Army Deploys Heavily Along Teso, Karamoja Border 1 Top story

Major Isac Oware, the UPDF 3rd Infantry Division Spokesman has confirmed the development, saying they are deploying a battalion in Teso to cover the areas of Kapelebyong, Amuria and Katakwi. He says that another battalion will be set up in Abim district to cover Otuke and Agago districts.
13:49
13:49

Sango Bay Land Eviction Unlawful: Kadaga, District Leaders 5 1 Top story

Kadaga also the Minister for East African Affairs told URN in Mutukula that it would be unfair to render the occupants homeless yet the majority have spent over 40 years on the land. Her remarks come at a time when the occupants have been given seven days to peacefully vacate the land or be forced out to pave way for the oil palm project.
13:28
13:28

DRC Nationals Given Priority for Jobs in Uganda Funded Road Construction Projects Congolese 2 3

These consist of the 80-kilometre Kasindi section at the border to Beni, the 54-kilometre integration of the Beni-Butembo stretch, and the Bunagana to Rutsuru-Goma Road which measures 89 kilometres. The construction work is expected to provide an average of between 200 to 300 jobs.
13:02
13:02

Umeme Fails to Block Mutasiga Coffee Factory from Accessing Bank Account

Trouble for Umeme started when a fire gutted Mutasiga Coffee Factory in Semuto in Luwero district on February 14th, 2016. This came just four days after Umeme had installed a new transformer at the factory to offload the village transformer.
11:14
11:14

KCCA to Abolish Automatic Contract Renewal for City Cleaners 2

For close to ten years, cleaning services in Kampala have been provided by divisional Savings and Credit Cooperative Society-SACCOS which were formed in 2014 on the advice of the then KCCA Executive Director Jenifer Musisi.
10:30
10:30

Uncertain Weather Patterns Bother Farmers in Bugisu 6

Musa Mandu, a farmer in Manafwa Town council, says that in the past by this time they would be weeding beans and readying their gardens for planting other crops like maize. He, however, says that this is no longer the case because of the changing weather patterns.
09:57
09:57

Repairs on Katunguru Bridge Complete UNRA 2 1

The Uganda National Roads Authority-UNRA spokesperson, Allan Sempebwa, said that the bridge is now fully open for traffic.
09:51
09:51

Exaggeration of Stolen Animal Numbers Frustrates Security Work in Karamoja -Police 3 1

Micheal Longole, the regional police spokesperson for Karamoja says that they have strengthened their field operations to deal with cattle raids and tracking of animals but their efforts are being frustrated when the community is not transparent
09:45
09:45

Crops Drying Up in Amuru as Dry Spell Persists dry spell in Acholi 1 5

Richard Atube, who had already planted crops including soybeans, millet, beans, groundnuts and maize is equally puzzled by the persistent dryness, which has adversely affected the growth of his crops.
09:07
09:07

Six Houses Torched in Revenge Attack in Bukwo 1

Amisi Kayondo, the Bukwo District Police Commander confirmed the revenge attack. "We managed the situation and three people who participated in taking the deceased’s life are in our custody, “he told our reporter on phone.
08:51
08:51

Kyaka Crowned Champions of Tooro Kingdom Masaaza Cup 1 Top story

Kyaka County bagged a trophy and Shillings 5 million in cash. Bunyangabu picked Shillings 3 million, Kibale County Shillings 1.5 million while Burahya County, which came fourth bagged Shillings 500,000.
08:38
08:38

Court Martial Convicts 27 Rustlers For Illegal Possession of Firearms 1 1

While convicting the convicts, Col Francis Kateraho noted that the government gave the suspects ample time to voluntarily surrender illegal firearms in their possession but they chose to pay a deaf ear, which prompted the joint security forces to apply force leading to their arrest.
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