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18:25
18:25

Mukono Speaker, LC V Chairperson Clash Over District Service Commission Nominees DSC 1 2

The controversy started after the chairperson presented the name of Idris Badru Ssemakula for approval as District Service Commission-DSC chairperson to replace Stella Margret Kiondo who was rejected by the Public Service Commission after receiving complaints from residents questioning her integrity.
08:36
08:36

Chinese National Arrested for Blocking Minister from Inspecting Factory 2 2 Top story

the Chinese national blocked the minister from accessing some sections of the factory, saying she didn’t have an invitation. This prompted the minister’s security to arrest the Chinese national and hand him over to Namanve police station.
08:10
08:10

Murder of Local Security Guards at Namuyenje Parish Create Panic in Community 3 1

In a period of two weeks, three local security guards and one resident have been attacked and hacked to death at their work stations. On March 27, a team of thugs attacked and killed two local guards at St. John Secondary School, Kyawambogo Village in Namuyenje Parish at around 2am.
13:33
13:33

UNBS, UCU Sign MoU to Create Modules on Quality Standards for University Students 1 1

David Livingstone Ebiru, the Executive Director of UNBS notes that they decided to choose UCU as one of their pilot institutions to start training and lecturing students on areas of quality standards.
18:35
18:35

FPU Impounds 839Kgs of Immature Fish from Kame Valley Market 2 1

A team of officers led by Lt. Benard Baingana, the Commandant of FPU operations in Mukono and Kampala districts stormed the market accompanied by officers from Mukono district fisheries department on Wednesday afternoon.
18:27
18:27

NWSC Seek Euro 45 Million to Complete Katosi Water Distribution Lines 2 3 Top story

The NWSC Managing Director, Eng. Silver Mugisha revealed on Monday that water is ready for use but they are still constrained by a lack of funds to connect it to distant areas.
18:44
18:44

Businesswoman who Runs Para-Medical Institute Expels Two Students for Plotting Protest 1

The students accuse the top school administrator, Aisha Bulya Kizito of brutality, poor feeding and even sometimes denying them access from the dining room altogether.
14:09
14:09

Construction of Mukono Division Headquarters Halted as All Project Documents Disappear 1 2

The divisional councillors passed a resolution in a council sitting to halt the construction saying that they lack a single document about the project as well as its plan. It is alleged that an interdicted staff ran off will all the documents.
12:19
12:19

Boda Boda Riders in Mukono Protest Suspension of Elections 1 3

Last month, the State Minister for Kampala and Metropolitan Affairs, Kabuye Kyofatogabye issued guidelines to be followed by Boda Boda operators in the metropolitan area.
11:19
11:19

Mukono Town Clerk Tasked to Investigate Illegally Constructed Building on Market Land Kame Valley Market 1 3

The leaders argue that there are no details about the owner and how it was constructed on the market land.
10:35
10:35

Limokokwing University Struggling to Improve Internet Connectivity, Road Network Malaysia 1 2 Top story

Prior to the takeover, Namataba institute had failed to attract students. The campus offers technical and vocational education and training under a private arrangement under the direct sponsorship of Limkokwing university in Malaysia. It currently has an enrollment of over 50 students.
17:26
17:26

UIA Signs MoU with SMEs to Improve Local Investors' Competence 2 3

The MoU offers room to small local investors to improve working competence to the level of foreign investors in the country by securing for them affordable financing, technology adoption and global market for standard goods.
16:41
16:41

Leaders Campaign to Restore Namyoya Forest Reserve 3 1

Allan Mawanda, an Environmentalist and Speaker of Mukono Central Division says they have obtained a list over 200 people constructing and others who have secured plans to construct on the contested land, they will release to shame after proper confirmation.
16:54
16:54

Government Takes Over Namanve Thermal Power Plant 1 3

In 2007, the government and Jacobsen entered a build, own, operate and transfer-BOOT agreement to establish the heavy fuel thermal plant whose management would be handed over to the government after 13 years.
11:12
11:12

Microfinance Support Center Seals Off Methodist Church School Over Loan 2 1

Information obtained from the MSC shows that Elizabeth Wandabula, the wife of the Bishop of the Methodist Church through De Jolisa Uganda limited, a development organization obtained a loan of Shillings 300 million to setup up a poultry farm and used the title of the school land comprising Kyaggwe Block 97, Plot 2936 measuring 2.2170 hectares as collateral security.
08:29
08:29

Fires Lit to Warm Homeless Endanger Transporters Along Kampala-Jinja Highway 3 1

Vehicles carrying inflammable goods including petrol, alcohol and gas cylinders can be stuck for up to 30 minutes in traffic jam at places where the fires are lit. James Nsimbi, the Mukono Municipal Enforcement Officer says his office is aware of mentally ill people who light the fires in high hazard places but they are challenged with funding to trace them and also "remit" them to Butabika Hospital.
09:24
09:24

UIA to Repossess Idle Land in Namanve Industrial Park 1 1

Anite noted that five investors who were allocated land at the park have failed to develop the land ten years after receiving the titles.
10:32
10:32

Rider Hotel Owner, Residents Feud Over Land 2 2

Joseph Jjumba and Fred Egesa accuse Okware of illegally demolishing their properties including houses, vehicle shade and the perimeter wall of their washing bay with an intention of evicting them from their land.
15:45
15:45

Over 40 Children Rounded Up in Crackdown Against Child Labour 1 2

The arrested children also include those accused of harassing people for money on streets within Goma and Central Division under an organized child begging syndicate.
14:27
14:27

Fishermen Up In Arms Against AFALU for Destroying Licensed Boats 1 3 Top story

Charles Kuteesa, another boat owner at Busoke accuses the members of AFALU of destroying their boats without any explanation. He says that they need over Shillings 400, 000 to repair each of the vandalized boats.
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