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Mbale High Court Dismisses Application For Injunction Against Street Parking Contractor

The City Council authorities applied for an interim order seeking to block the two companies from continuing to illegally collect the fees and failing to remit 200 Million Shillings.
17:42
17:42

Bugisu Science Teachers Incite Learners and Parents Against School 1 5

Twahir Musilamu, the Chairperson of Uganda Professional Science Teacher’s Un-UPSTU Bugisu chapter, says that they want the issue of their salary enhancement addressed with immediate effect or else parents shouldn’t bother to send their children to school.
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Mbale’s USMID Roads: Several Sections Develop Fresh Potholes 4 2

Tom Wagama, a Boda boda rider in Mbale city, says that the bad state of the road has resulted in several accidents. He said a few days ago, a Boda boda rider fell into the deep hole and they struggled to pull him out and his motorcycle.
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Muslims Task Gov't on High Commodity Prices 1 9

In Tororo district, the Kadhi Ibrahim Raganyi Asante asked the government to reign over skyrocketing commodity prices in the country.
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Youths Want President Museveni to Fulfil 2021 Campaign Pledges 3 1

Brian Mauso, the Mbale City Youth Chairperson, who read a memo on behalf of the other youth leaders, said that they are tasking Kadaaga because she is a member of the Central executive committee of the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM party and should therefore deliver their cries to the president.
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BCU Resolves to Sue Gov’t Over Uganda Vinci Coffee Concession 2 4

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.
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Mbale City Deputy Clerk, CFO Underfire Over Local Revenue Shortfalls 5 1

According to the councillors, the Deputy Town Clerk, Waniaye and Mabala have been at the forefront of mismanaging local revenue collection. They also accuse the duo of conniving some people to rob the city of finances meant for service delivery.
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Mbale City Suspends Collection of Street Parking Fees 1 6

The companies include Nalu Tours and Travels Limited and Central Investments Agency Limited that have over two months been fighting for a contract of collecting the revenues on behalf of Mbale City.
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Dott Services Blames Slow Road Works on Lack of Cement 3 1

The Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development contracted Dot Services in October 2020 to construct Naboa, Cathedral Avenue, Nkonkonjeru Terrace, North, Manafwa and Central Roads under the second phase of the Uganda Support to Municipality Infrastructure Development-USMID project.
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Mbale City Council Authorities Split Over Street Parking Tenders 3

Mbale Industrial City Division Mayor, Masaba Muhamood accuses Mayor Namugali and the town Clerk, Kyansamku of wrongly procuring Nalu, saying that he cannot allow people from other regions to collect money within MbaIe City.
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Muslims Hunt for Over UGX 1B to Complete Nakaloke Center Mosque 5

Silliman Faris Hassan Balamazi, the imam of Nakaloke Center Mosque explains that prior to the lockdown they used to collect over Shillings 5million monthly but they are currently only raising Shillings 800,000. He appealed to the president, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to deliver the remaining Shillings 250million out of his campaign pledge of Shillings 400million.
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Mbale City Council on the Spot Over Street Parking Tender 1 6

"This is to inform you that your bid has been detailed below has been accepted. A written contract is being drafted and shall be forwarded for your signature as soon as it is ready,” a letter dated 04th/November 2021 from the City Clerk to Nalu Tours and Travels Limited reads in part. Nalu Tour and Travel Limited were supposed to sign the contract with the city authorities in the same month and commence work on November 15th, 2021.
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High Cases of Insecurity Worry Mbale City Residents 6

In the past three months, unknown thugs have been robbing and injuring their victims causing fear. Mwanje, says that on a fateful evening of a Saturday last month, two men raiding on a motorcycle waylaid him along Nkonkojeru road and they started beating him together with his boda boda rider until they took the money that he had.
10:02
10:02

Fire Guts Female Hostel at IUIU

Rehema Kantono, the University’s Public Relations Officer says that investigations are underway to establish the cause.
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Ambassador Natalie Brown Pledges US Support to Youth Projects 1 3

Natalie said that the youths need to tap into the various opportunities by the US government.
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High Prices of Commodities Raises Concern 4 1

Commodity prices started rising in October and November last year across the country, following a sharp increase in fuel prices.
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09:26

Lawyer Sues Gov’t Over Bamasaaaba Cultural Institution Succession Wrangles 1 1

Nabutele insists that Wagabyalire was validly elected under the supervision of the late Mushikori. He wants the High court to declare Wagabyalire as the legitimate cultural leader of the Bamasaba.
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Dot Services Seeks Five Month Extension to Complete Mbale Road Works 1 4

Johnson Gimuyi, the Acting Mbale City Engineer and project manager, says that the contractor has asked for five more months to complete the project after failing to beat the 20th February 2022 deadline.
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09:30

Court Grants Bail to British National Charged with Offensive Communication

Monk was granted a cash bail of two million Shillings when he appeared before Grade One Magistrate Andrew Katurubuki on Thursday. He was also ordered to deposit his passport with the court as a condition for the bail application, while his sureties who included his wife Beatrice Nabushawo and his employee John Webale were asked to pay 10 million non-cash.
10:21
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RCC Orders Immediate Elections in Mbale Central Market 1 5

Madoi has dismissed all the allegations levelled against him by the vendors, saying that he will not vacate office until elections are held. He says that the market master is the one accountable for the money collected from the vendors and not his executive.
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