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10:34
10:34

Kawolo Hospital Neonatal Unit Overwhelmed with Increase in Premature Births 1 4

Children admitted to the neonatal unit often need breathing support given through their windpipe, and suffer from convulsions, failure to feed, severe chest in-drawing, fever, hypothermia, jaundice, umbilicus redness or draining pus, skin boils, signs of local infection and vomiting.
10:31
10:31

Revellers Will Need Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination to Attend Concerts 4

The entertainment industry will reopen on January 24, 2022, exactly 14 days after the reopening of schools, in line with guidelines issued by President Museveni at the beginning of the year.
07:51
07:51

Iteso Cultural Union to Conduct Fresh Elections in March ICU Council 3 1

This follows the alleged irregularities in the November 2019 elections. The election that saw Paul Sande Emolot elected as the chairperson of the Iteso Cultural Union Council has been contested on grounds that it was marred with irregularities.
15:37
15:37

Senior Army Veterans Rally Serving Comrades to Invest Before Retirement kololo airstrip 1

Lt. Col (Rtd) Cyrus Kigongo, who served the army for 33-years since 1986 before retiring in 2019 observed the veterans who turned up for the exercise were visibly worn-out depicting misery in their lives after retirement.
19:24
19:24

Take Advantage of Current Rains to Prepare Farmland – UNMA Tells Farmers climate change 1 1

UNMA Executive Officer Dr David Elweru, says that the current rains are a result of the strengthening of Southern Pressure Systems whose orientation shifted the rainfall belt over the country consequently leading to the observed rainfall events.
10:00
10:00

Bugwe Cultural Institution Launches Education Fund to Support Vulnerable Children 4

Arafat Egesa, the deputy premier in Obwene’ngo Bwabugwe says that the program aims at supporting the education of children who fail to proceed to the next level of education due to financial constraints amongst parents after they performed well in their final examinations.
09:22
09:22

Bars Spend Heavily on Renovations Ahead of the Reopening 1 2 Top story

Deogratious Matovu, the manager of Vox Lounge, says that despite the extended lockdown, they kept some staff and continued paying their utility bills. He explains that most of their equipment like television sets, sound systems, lights, and workers’ uniforms were destroyed by mice.
08:27
08:27

“The Bar” Bounces Back After Operating as Furniture Shop for One Year 2

Grace Nakivumbi, the manager of “The Bar” and sister to the proprietor, says that they found it very hard to run a business line, which they had not been used to. She explains that their operating costs were too high yet the profit margin was minimal due to the lack of technical know-how.
10:31
10:31

Buganda Kingdom, IRCU Collaborate to Strengthen Family Values 4 1

IRCU entered into a formal collaboration with the council of clan leaders in the Buganda Kingdom, to jointly use their respective influences to champion values of humanity and economic empowerment among communities they control.
10:24
10:24

U.S. Embassy Cancels Visa Interviews over Surge in Covid-19 Ministry of Health. 1 2

Anthony Kujawa, the U.S. Embassy Spokesperson in Kampala said that B1 and B2 visitor visa interviews have temporarily been suspended in response to recent challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
09:10
09:10

Kasese District Leaders Pay Tribute to Ezron Bwambale 6 2

Local leaders, both present and former all heaped praises on the deceased describing him as a pillar of unity who supported the health and education sector in the district.
15:15
15:15

MP Felix Ogong Involved in Accident 2

Ogong and his political Assistant Tony Okello who was driving were on the way from the MP’s farm in Agwata Town Council by the time of the accident.
11:19
11:19

Private School Teachers in Masaka Demand Salary Increment 1 5

Patrick Sseremba, the School headteacher says that despite the financial constraints, the teachers have used the school reopening as an opportunity to raise several demands some of which he says are unrealistic at the moment.
07:50
07:50

Minor Rejects Return to Village School, Commits Suicide 1 4

The deceased has been identified as Maureen Nantambi. Before her death, Nantambi stayed with her grandmother Asula Nakafu, a market vendor in the Bweyogerere market. Her father was due to pick her to return to their village in Buikwe District and resume studies after schools reopened.
13:54
13:54

Man Dies In The Bush While Cheating With Married Woman 3

The deceased’s brother, Patrick Bwire, says that he received a phone call from his friends informing him about his brother’s demise.
15:54
15:54

Kenya Repatriates UPDF Marine, Three Beach Management Members 2

According to the source, the Kenyan marine guards drove the trio to Port Victoria in Kisumu city following their arrest. They appeared in court for illegal entry into Kenya and were remanded to Busia County prison until Tuesday evening when Kenyan authorities repatriated them to Uganda.
09:43
09:43

Mukono Residents Decry Stench from Drake Lubega’s Farm 3 7

Ruth Arinaitwe, a resident of Wabikokoma village claims that they are suffering from stomachaches as a result of the flies contaminating their food.
07:24
07:24

Pictorials: Learners Flock to Schools on First Day of Re-opening 23

Some of the learners had stayed home since March 2020 when the government announced the first lock-down to contain the spread of COVID-19.
07:15
07:15

7 Confirmed Dead, Scores Injured in Agali Road Accident 2

The seven were killed when a Fuso truck registration number UBJ 354 G they were traveling aboard with over 50 other market vendors and their goods overturned at Piiawac along Abako-Lira road around 8 pm on their way from Ajuri Market in Alebtong District.
10:53
10:53

Management Convinces Mudslide Victims Out of Bumwalye School Premises OPM 3 1 Top story

Dominic Bwayo, the headteacher of Bumwalye primary school, says that he convinced the mudslide victims to give space to the learners who had missed a lot due to the closure of schools for two years.
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