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11:51
11:51

Lawmakers Seek Interpol Help to Hunt Down ULC Secretary Imaryo Barbara Imaryo 1 3

Speaking to URN in an interview on Friday, Ssenyonyi disclosed that despite the arrest warrant they issued to the Parliament’s Police Commander to arrest Imaryo on site, the Police have since failed to effect the directive after reports emerged that the suspect is being protected by ‘powerful people’ in Government and may be helped flee the country.
06:58
06:58

Tension As Link Bus Catches Fire Gen Katumba Wamala 1 1

Luke Owoyesigyire, the Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, said that "Our fire prevention and rescue services officers responded on time, fortunately, the fire had been extinguished by other first responders using a nearby fire extinguisher, water, and sand." According to Owoyesigyire, all the passengers escaped unhurt.
17:37
17:37

ULC Secretary Faces Arrest For Contempt of Parliament Barbara Imaryo 1 2

Imaryo is specifically wanted to answer to irregularities relating to the payment of Shillings 10.6 billion compensation to six claimants without the authorization of the Commission.
07:00
07:00

Police Arrest Ten, As Three Gangs Unite in Kampala Nansana Municipal 2

The suspects were arrested following an attack on Enock Turasingura, a pay way machine technician and resident of Salama Road in Makindye Division in Kampala over the weekend.
07:40
07:40

Three KCCA Enforcement Officers, Nine Civilians Held for Extortion Namirembe Road 1 4

The suspects were arrested during an operation that followed complaints about people who were masquerading as security personnel to impound motorcycles and later extort money from their owners. The group was mainly operating from the areas surrounding the clock tower in the Kampala Central Business District.
11:41
11:41

UPDF Apologizes to Police, Parliament over Soldier's Roughing up Traffic Policeman Uganda Police Force 5 1

The Deputy Speaker was reacting to a video clip circulating on social media in which Uganda People’s Defence Force – UPDF soldier was seen forcefully pulling a traffic police officer to clearway for their vehicle registration number D02DF08P. The scuffle reportedly happened around Mukwano Mall, along Kyaggwe road at Kiseka Market downtown Kampala.
07:38
07:38

Uganda Heart Institute on The Spot Over Failure to Declare UGX 1.7BN donor funds 1

“Anything in control of government must be declared to the government. As an institute that employs accountants, how did it happen that these funds from development partners were not declared to the Treasury?” Aogon asked.
07:04
07:04

ULC Officials Ask For More Time to Clear Queries arrears 1 Top story

While appearing before COSASE, ULC officials led by the Undersecretary, Daniel Mugurusi failed to produce an updated inventory of the assets/database of land and other property owned by the Government.
17:32
17:32

Four Suspects Arrested over Forex Bureaus Robberies 1 3

Police Preliminary findings indicate that the suspects have been renting shops on different buildings, targeting places close to Forex bureaus, and shops dealing in Electronics, with an aim of robbing money and appliances.
14:49
14:49

UPDF, Police Investigate Assault Of Traffic Officer by Soldier Kiseka Market 1 2

The Defense Ministry Spokesperson, Brig Gen. Flex Kulaigye told URN that the investigations will establish what transpired at the scene, adding that whoever will be found in the wrong, will be handled according to the law.
21:14
21:14

International School Teacher Arrested over Aggravated Defilement of a 3-Year-Old 3 1

Police spokesperson Fred Enanga, has identified the suspect as a Burundian National teaching at Ambrosoli International School located in Bugolobi, a Kampala city suburb.
19:33
19:33

DPP Pleads with Parliament to Expedite Enactment of Witness Protection Law 1 5

John Baptist Asiimwe, the Deputy DPP resounded the call on Monday while interfacing with Parliament’s Committee on Human Rights on the state of human rights in the country spanning January 2020 – January 2022.
18:24
18:24

Uganda Road Traffic Deaths Climb to 12 People per Day 1 4

The traffic police statistics show 118 people were killed in road crashes between April 24 and May 4th. These 10 days road crash deaths translate into 12 people or more dying every day.
12:09
12:09

UCC Warns Public on Mobile Money Pin, ID Fraudsters 3 1

According to UCC, some other fraudsters call claiming to be agents of telecom companies like Airtel and MTN seeking to verify their mobile money pin codes because they have noticed unauthorized access.
09:35
09:35

Pictorial: Forensic Police Officers Passed Out

The aim of the course was to produce skilled Scene of Crime Officers (SOCOs).
20:08
20:08

IGP Ochola Transfers Hundreds of CID Officers 2

By press time, 331 names have been posted on the police communication platform as having been appointed or transferred to new places. The moved officers range from the ranks of Commissioner of Police (CP) to Assistant Inspector of Police (AIP).
18:27
18:27

65 Police Officers Complete Crime Scene Management Course 1 3

Sicty-five Assistant Inspectors of Police –AIPs have completed a three months course in crime scene management. The officers were drawn from the Directorates of Forensic Science (DFS) headed by Andrew Mubiru and of Police Health Services (DPHS) headed by Moses Byaruhanga.
16:08
16:08

Machete-Wielding Thugs Raid Homes in Rubaga, Injure 2 1 3

The group of thugs armed with pangas, clubs, and stones raided three separate homes in Kinonya zone-Masanafu at around 2:00 am.
16:37
16:37

Make CCTVs Compulsory in Homes, Police Tells Urban Authorities 3 4

Maj Gen Geoffrey Katsigazi Tumusiime, the deputy Inspector General of Police, says urban authorities need to make it a requirement for a very building to have security systems like CCTVs in place. Tumusiime’s calls comes at the time when the country is facing terrorism threats like attacks on fuel stations, supermarkets and homes.
12:20
12:20

Internal Affairs, Police Hunt for Suspected Human Trafficker, Rescue 38 Victims 1 2

Igoye said that during their interaction with the victims who also include girls who had just turned eighteen years and adults over 20 years, they noticed they had been trafficked from the districts of Mityana, Kiboga, Kassanda. Kamwenge, Kisoro, Masindi and Kabale.
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