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07:24
07:24

Mbarara City Holds Express 1-1 at Wankulukuku 2 1

Kiiza managed to put Express FC in the lead within the first two minutes of the second half before it Henry Kitegenyi cancelled the lead with an equalizer in the 72nd minute with a header from a corner.
19:00
19:00

Ochola Promotes 3000 Police Officers IGP Martin Ochola

Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga explains that promotion was based on performance, current responsibility, leadership abilities, command abilities, time spent on rank, discipline, patriotism and integrity. Other considerations are length of service in the force, level of education, career courses attended, record of service and physical fitness among others.
15:42
15:42

Three Arrested for Defrauding Bank Customer UGX 18 Million Nansana 1 1

According to police investigations, preliminary findings show that the suspects entered Nansana Centenary bank where Denis Mpagi approached the victim, whom police have declined not to mention for help to exchange his dollars for Shillings.
11:25
11:25

2021 FUFA Women Super League Season to Kick off on Monday Decolus Kiiza 1 2 Top story

This year’s edition of the women league will however be played in a tournament format. It will comprise ten teams divided into two groups in the normal season.
09:49
09:49

UPDF to Investigate Soldiers Hired to Terrorize Opponents 2021 elections 6 1

The Committee Vice-Chairperson, Agnes Taaka Wejuli told the delegation that they had received several complaints against the army including excessive use of force, disruption of rallies, arbitrary arrests and detention in military facilities.
18:14
18:14

UVRI Boss Moots for Private Sector Inclusion as Africa Pursues Own COVID-19 Vaccine Africa CDC 1 2

Kaleebu who was commenting on the deliberations at the meeting told URN that already UVRI is in early stages of working on a Messenger RNA vaccine but their biggest challenge like elsewhere is having to rely on foreign funding.
18:07
18:07

Schools Decry Lack of New Curriculum Text Books 3

The schools note that the National Curriculum Development Center-NCDC availed them inadequate textbooks while other schools are yet to receive the textbooks.
17:52
17:52

We Won't Abandon Oil Despite Pressure - TOTAL Uganda Climate Change 3

At least 38 CSOs from Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo issued a communique rejecting the signing or conclusion of what they called secret agreements for the Tilenga, Kingfisher and East African Crude Oil Pipeline oil projects, until all court cases in various countries are determined. The cases mainly related to issues of human rights and the environment.
16:08
16:08

Two NUP Leaders Charged with Inciting Violence Police

Police arrested two NUP leaders who include Afua Namayimba, Division Councilor elect for Kyebando and Agnes Namukula Division elect Councilor for Rubaga. They are currently being detained at Kiira Road Police Station on charges of inciting violence.
14:07
14:07

Black Gold: Report Pins Security for Protecting Charcoal Cartels deforestation 1 1

“Between 2015 and 2018, some charcoal cartels counted among their members a senior cabinet minister, two senior army commanders and an assistant commissioner of the Ugandan Police Force,” the report says.
14:02
14:02

Fear as Deputy IGP Prepares to Release Names of Corrupt Police Officers 1 1

In 2014, PSU received 2639 complaints, 2547 complaints were lodged in 2015, PSU registered 2660 complaints in 2016, PSU received 2271 complaints in 2017, the 2018 complaints stood at 2383 while PSU recorded 2174 complaints in the year 2019.
13:49
13:49

Study Finds Risk of Rare Blood Clotting Higher in COVID-19 Patients than Vaccines Oxford University

The study authors led by Professor Paul Harrison and Dr Maxime Taquet from Oxford University’s Department of Psychiatry counted the number of CVT cases diagnosed in the two weeks following diagnosis of COVID-19, or after the first dose of a vaccine.
11:25
11:25

Chief Justice, MPs Plot to Make Ugandans Feel the Judiciary 3 2

On his part, the Chairperson of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee Jacob Oboth-Oboth noted that there is need to appreciate that Judiciary is not a department or agency but instead another arm of government that should be felt by all Ugandans and their budget should be supported by Parliament.
09:26
09:26

Lockdown Exposed More Youths to Drug and Substance Abuse - Counsellors drug abuse 3

According to rehabilitation expert, Richard Muhangi of Recovery Solutions Treatment and Counseling Centre in Kampala, many teenagers are struggling with substance use in communities, homes and schools. He said that 53 per cent of admissions at the centre are persons aged between 17 and 22 who are addicted to substances.
08:07
08:07

Gov't Not Aware of 365 Missing Persons on NUP's list 2021 elections 3 1

Odongo was presenting to Parliament a statement on missing persons where he noted that out of the list of 423 people presented by NUP, they only know 58 of these who have been verified, on Thursday.
08:00
08:00

Uganda Advised to Address Blood Clots Associated with COVID-19 Vaccines WHO 1

As a result of being associated with blood clots, several European countries have halted the use of the said vaccines. However, in light of the limited supply of the vaccines, the World Health Organisation country representative to Uganda, Dr Yonas Woldermariam has called upon the government not to take the same route.
07:43
07:43

Umeme Ends "Corrective" Deductions on Customers' Accounts ERA 2

“By the time the directive was made we were actually at the tail-end of the rectification process, and 500,000 accounts were affected by the technical hitch in December”, said Kawujju. This was also confirmed by the head of Corporate and Consumer Affairs at ERA, Julius Wandera.
07:37
07:37

Ministers Tasked to Probe Retirement of Uganda Cranes Players FUFA 1 4

Three senior players including Goalkeeper and skipper Denis Masinde Onyango, midfielders Michael Azira and Hassan Wasswa Mawanda retired within a space of one-week driving speculation on the state of affairs in Uganda Cranes camp.
07:09
07:09

Kampala City Lord Mayor Out of Danger - Nyanjura 2

Nyanjura who says she last spoke to Lukwago last evening Wednesday told URN that doctors at Nairobi Hospital have run several tests and results they so far have are not that worrying.
20:02
20:02

Police Forced us to Bury our Son Twice at our Cost, Nakitto Tells Kadaga security 3 1

Hajjara Nakitto, the heartbroken mother to a 15-year-old Amos Ssegawa who was shot dead by security forces in November says she was abandoned by Government after promises of helping her.
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