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11:31
11:31

Buliisa Leaders Fault Gov’t for Neglecting Flood Victims 2 2

The most affected people were from Wanseko, Katanga, Masaka landing sites in Kigwera sub-county and Kawaibanda, Butiaba, Boma, Kigangaizi, Tugombili and Walukuba. Other affected people are from Bugoigo, Kamagongoro, Kigungu, Serule, Piida, Waisoki, Triangle and Magali in Butiaba sub-county, Kabolwa and Kigoya landing sites in Buliisa sub-county.
07:28
07:28

Congolese Nationals Overwhelm Butiaba Health Center III Drugs 2 1

Simon Kule, the facility's in-charge, highlights the strain on resources caused by the influx of Congolese nationals seeking treatment, leading to shortages of essential drugs and putting pressure on the available medical staff.
12:25
12:25

Two Arrested for Burning Truck in Buliisa Malicious Damage 1

The suspects whose particulars have been concealed for fear of jeopardizing investigations with others still at large are accused of setting ablaze a hazardous waste truck following an accident that killed one person on February 16, 2024.
16:26
16:26

Two Killed in Buliisa House Fire women 1

It is alleged that unknown people raided the home where the two women were sleeping and set their grass-thatched house on fire.
13:27
13:27

Buliisa Records 417 Teenage Pregnancies in Only 3 Months Health experts 1

Statistics at the district health department indicate that the district recorded 417 cases of teenage pregnancies between January and March this year.
13:56
13:56

Patients Overwhelm Buliisa Health Center IV drug shortage 3 1

Raymond Mujuni, the in-charge of Buliisa Health Center IV, explains that despite receiving a consignment of drugs from the National Medical Stores two weeks ago, the supply has been depleted due to the high demand from the growing number of patients.
08:33
08:33

Accept Compensation or Lose Your Land, Gov’t Tells Tilenga PAPs Oil and gas 2 5

Ruth Nankabirwa, the Minister for Energy and Mineral Development warned that government has no other option but to forcefully take over the land should the PAPs reject the compensation money.
13:29
13:29

Buliisa Residents Benefit from Free Medical Camp treatment 2 3

The free medical camp under the Omugo Foundation that started on Friday saw patients flocking Buliisa health center IV to receive treatment.
16:52
16:52

Oil and Gas Compensation: Negotiator Determined to Die for Land 4 1 Top story

Balikenda is one of the nine Project Affected Persons (PAPs) under the second Resettlement Action Plan (RAP2) that are yet to receive full compensation or resettlement for their land that has been acquired for oil and gas activities.
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