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17:04
17:04

Ndiga Clan Leader's Murder: Police Identifies Two Assailants Fred Enanga 1 1 Top story

Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga has identified one of the deceased’s assailants as Enock Sserunkuuma, a resident of Lungujja and the other is Noah Luggya, who is undergoing treatment at Mulago National Referral Hospital. Both Sserunkuuma and Luggya are from the Ndiga clan.
13:29
13:29

M23 Continue to Install Administrative Leaders in North Kivu As Fighting Rages On 2

M23 had previously captured Kitchanga in February 2023 but later withdrew, handing it over to peacekeeping mission troops of Burundi under the East African Community Regional Force (EACRF).
07:15
07:15

Egyptian National Disappears in Soroti Soroti City 1

According to reports, Zinhom was last seen at his residence on Friday evening, February 23, 2024, in the company of two friends, one of whom is identified as Muhammad Nabil Ali, also an Egyptian, while the identity of the other friend remains unknown.
19:46
19:46

Ndiga Clan Leader Shot Dead, Killers Lynched 1 Top story

Police from Old and Katwe policing divisions arrived at the scene but it was too late since the shooters had already been lynched.
14:21
14:21

CDF Warns Promoted Officers Against Corruption 2

Presiding over the piping ceremony of 23 senior army officers who were part of the recently 395 promoted soldiers by President Museveni, at Mbuya military headquarters in Kampala, Gen Wilson Mbadi, said that acts of corruption have started infiltrating the force.
14:00
14:00

UPDF Passes Out 161 Artillery, Anti –Aircraft Officers UPDF 3rd Division 2 2

The training was aimed at imparting leadership skills, command ability, and gunnery knowledge to junior officers.
12:53
12:53

Unidentified Body Dumped in Bukoto 1

The body was discovered by the KCCA casual laborers, and pedestrians at around 6:00 am, in a bush near the Bukoto white flats.
16:07
16:07

UPDF Boasts of Securing Somalia Air Space 1

UPDF went to Somalia in 2007 under the Africa Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) which was being funded by the UN’s Security Council. However, two years ago, UN Security Council member countries that include the US, China, France, Germany, and the UK said UPDF and AMISOM forces had outlived their purpose in Somalia. Nevertheless, AMISOM was changed to ATMIS to stay for more years in the guise of training Somali forces to take charge of their country’s security.
13:29
13:29

48 Police Officers Apply to Serve As SOCOs 1

In an invitation written by the Acting Director of the Directorate of Forensic Science Andrew Mubiru, the 48 police officers will undergo three days of personal review exercise which started on Thursday purposely to assess their forensic abilities before they are recruited and taken for more training.
08:50
08:50

78 Suspects Arrested as Police Bursts Criminal Gang in Arua City 3 1

Josephine Angucia, the West Nile Region Police Spokesperson, explained that the operations are meant to tackle the recent surge in cases of Insecurity within the city.
16:11
16:11

Police Collects UGX41B in Traffic Offence Penalties 2 1

Nuwabiine’s report shows that 528, 027 tickets were issued to drivers and motorcyclists for driving vehicles in dangerous mechanical conditions, careless driving, riding without crash helmets, driving without a valid driving permit, and obstruction on a road by loading or offloading.
15:48
15:48

Sub County Chairperson in Kotido Arrested over Missing Iron Sheets 4 1

Simon Peter Lokonyen and Christine Nameja the Kapeeta sub-county Chief who is currently on the run are accused of taking away ten iron sheets from the reformed warriors who benefited from the ongoing distribution program.
15:40
15:40

More Ugandans Were Killed in 2023- Police Report 1

The figures that are part of the 2023 police annual crime and traffic report show that 4,248 Ugandans were killed which translates into 205 more induced deaths over the previous year's record.
14:15
14:15

Military Bans Tinted Motor Vehicle Windows in North Kivu 2

A statement issued this morning by Major General Peter Nkuba Cirimwami, the Military Governor of North Kivu Province, states that owners of vehicles have only 72 hours to remove tint from their windows.
13:43
13:43

Daily Road Crash Deaths Increase from 12 to 13 People 1

Data presented by the Acting Director of Traffic Police, Lawrence Niwabiine, shows that 4,806 Ugandans died in road crashes in 2023, accounting for 13 deaths per day which is an increase compared to the 4,534 deaths recorded in 2022.
15:38
15:38

Amudat Public Services Paralyzed as Evicted Sabiny Staff Stay Away Amudat district 5 1

A spot check by URN in the Pokot Girls Secondary School found that of 19 teaching staff, ten who belong to Sabiny community had fled to their ancestral homes and never returned back despite the directive from the district officials.
15:05
15:05

M23 Lifts Curfew in North Kivu 2

In a statement, M23 urges members of the public in areas under its control to be vigilant and avoid infiltration by the opponents.
12:31
12:31

UPDF Soldier Shoots Wife Dead, Commits Suicide 1

Col Deo Akiiki, the deputy UPDF Spokesperson, has identified the soldier as Cpl Collins Andebo while his wife was called Peroni Aturinda.
09:20
09:20

Explaining the Uganda Organ Donation And Transplant Law 1 5 Top story

Because of the need to have organ donation as part of Uganda’s health system, and the fact that the majority of Uganda may not be well-informed about organ donation, Uganda Radio Network (URN) is publishing a series of articles about organ transplantation. URN hopes that the patients, potential organ donors, and caregivers will be informed about the diseases, organ transplant processes, who should donate an organ, and what to expect before and after surgery.
07:27
07:27

Massive Withdrawals Threaten Police SACCO 2 Top story

According to Senior Commissioner of Police-SCP Wilson Omoding, the Chairman of Exodus SACCO and also the Deputy Director of Police Operations, withdrawals have consistently remained high, accounting for over 69 percent of the total deposits every month.
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