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20:28
20:28

Silverbacks Squad Summoned to Kickoff World Cup Qualifiers Prep 1 1

The summoned players include team captain Jimmy Enabu, Ivan Muhwezi, Fayed Baale, Tonny Drilleba, Titus Odeke, James Okello, Ben Komakech, Peter Obleng, Deng Geu, Mohamed Ghedi Abdihakim, Womala Emmanuel Timothy, Brandon Davies, Eric Rwahire and Robinson Odoch Opong.
19:44
19:44

Delays in Debating NSSF Bill Bothers Workers MP's midterm access 2 1

After the presentation of the Bill, Deputy Speaker Among postponed the debate saying members should first read the report before the debate. Although the matter appeared on the order paper for subsequent days, it never came up for debate until today, when it was listed as business to follow.
17:38
17:38

Uganda Railways Junk Locomotives Cost Much more Than New Ones Parliament 1 4 Top story

A team of URC officials led by Managing Director Stanley Sendegeya told the committee that they had initially planned to procure six-year-old locomotives at 36 billion Shillings but they ended up procuring four eight-year-old locomotives at 48 billion shillings.
16:09
16:09

Suspected Nansana Machete Attackers Arrested After 3-Month Hunt Wakiso District 1 1 Top story

According to Police records, the same gang group participated in other robberies in Wamala zone-Nansana on May 18th, 2021 where they raped one of the victims. One of the gang members met his death on July 13th, 2021 at the hand of the mob in another foiled robbery in Kyebando in Kawempe Division.
15:16
15:16

Micho Anticipates Tough Contest as Uganda Hosts Kenya in Crucial World Cup Qualifier 1 3

The Uganda Cranes received a boost on Tuesday with the arrival of Scottish based inform defender Bevis Mugabi who plays for mother well FC.
11:39
11:39

Schools in Shambles With Just Weeks to Reopening 10 9 Top story

Due to neglect, many school structures have been vandalized or collapsed. Some of the schools have also lost property such as furniture and solar panels to thieves. In Nakasongola, classrooms and latrines at Lwampanga Roman Catholic, Kabira –Muwunami, Busone, Moone, and Kyebisirye primary schools are submerged.
11:25
11:25

COVID-19 Pandemic Brings Syringe Shortage into Sharp Focus 1 Top story

Based on a scenario where around seven billion people need two doses of coronavirus vaccine between now and 2023, the UN health agency said that a shortage of at least one billion syringes could occur if manufacturing does not pick up.
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