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Apr 2022 10 results
17:40
17:40

African Armyworm Spreads to 38 Districts-MAAIF 4

According to Fred Bwino Kyakulaga, the Minister of State for Agriculture, the cereal eating worm (Spodoptera exempta), was first reported in Luwero district late last month. However, it has now spread to Mukono, Wakiso, Mityana, Kiboga, Lyantonde, and Nakaseke districts, all in the central region.
17:25
17:25

Gold Pits Hamper Rehabilitation of Major Roads In Busia 3

Moses Obale, the Buteba sub-county LC V councillor, says that he has severally tried to plead with the district engineer to work on the roads in vain because of the deep gold pits on the roadside.
17:09
17:09

MV Kalangala Resumes Operations 3 5

Sadala Musoke, the Managing Director of Nation Oil Distributors limited, which operates MV Kalangala, says the ferry was grounded for more than a month because some spare parts were not available in Uganda. He explains that the spare parts are usually imported from Italy and Turkey.
15:22
15:22

Kitgum Annual Trade Show To Focus on Agribusiness Practices 3

This year, the event will focus on training farmers on good agribusiness practices, based on the theme “Restoration of Hope to Farmers Through Smart Agribusiness.”
13:33
13:33

Mbarara RCC Orders Fourth Round of Registration for Vendors 1 4

Mbarara City Resident City Commissioner James Mwesigye says the previous three lists that were being followed had been manipulated noting that the Minister has directed his office and the one of Intelligence to investigate the lists and come up with a solution.
13:29
13:29

Low Recovery of Funds Affecting YLP Projects in Lira City

Tony Atim, the chairperson Akwoyo Youth Catering Services and Events Management which received Shillings 10.4 million, says the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted their business forcing them to stop recovering the funds.
12:47
12:47

Kitgum Municipality Registers Low Recovery of UWEP Funds 3

In Kitgum municipality, the project started in the 2016/2017 financial year and up to 483 million shillings have been given to more than 95 groups.
12:32
12:32

Up to UGX 172 Billion Uncollected from Vehicle Warehouses– URA 3

According to Kagumire, the new measure will reduce the risk of such vehicles expiring in the bonds before clearing taxes. The Traffic and Road Safety Act bars the importation of vehicles older than 15 years because of their threat to the environment. In case a motor vehicle hits 15 years, it cannot be allowed on Ugandan roads.
10:35
10:35

BCU Resolves to Sue Gov’t Over Uganda Vinci Coffee Concession 4 2

John Musila, the BCU Board Vice-chairperson, said the Bamasaba, whose mainstay is coffee farming, are likely to be the biggest loser if this deal takes effect. According to Musila, the government didn’t consult coffee farmers before signing this deal, which directly affects them.
07:36
07:36

Fort portal City Seeks UGX 80M to Relocate Timber Dealers from CDB 2 2

Businge says they have set aside Shillings 50million under the Development Discretionary Equalization Grant- DDEG to kickstart the relocation exercise. She says that the money will be used to level the three hectares of land that will accommodate the dealers.
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