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14:12
14:12

Police Rescues Baby Stolen From Wakiso, Arrests Suspect 3

But Ssenyondo’s joy was short-lived after learning that the baby had been stolen from Wakiso. The baby’s mother, Florence Nabukko recounts how Nanyonga disappeared with her baby.
08:44
08:44

Mourners Plead for Investigation of School Fires 8 2

The mourners mainly his parents Oliver Namatovu and Kasozi Mark plus other in-laws, friends and teachers could not hold their tears as Sserugga’s coffin was lowered down the grave. Some of including Namatovu passed out and they were put on drip.
21:55
21:55

​Kyotera School to Remain Open After Fire Outbreak 3 6

John Paul Mpalanyi, the Kyotera County MP, said that the school can remain open as the children and teachers receive counselling.
20:57
20:57

Body Of Missing Masaka Pineapple Trader Found In Kyotera 1

The body was discovered on Thursday by residents of Kibutamu village. Ssembuuze, a resident of Kitiiti village in Kyanamukaaka sub-county, Masaka district went missing Wednesday while returning from Kyotera.
14:52
14:52

A Year After Political Abductions, Victims Struggling to Rebuild Their Livelihoods 3 1

Muwonge says that in addition to emotional stress, the victims are also suffering from strange health complications, which occasioned the gross mistreatment and torture they suffered during the period they stayed in confinement.
09:16
09:16

Abitex Cancels New Year Concert in Tanzania 1 1

Abitex had organised the concert in Tanzanian territory, where there are no restrictions on crowds and movement as the case is, in Uganda. But border authorities issued tough conditions for Ugandans planning to cross to Tanzania for the concert requiring them to first take a COVID test within 72 hours before exiting the country.
10:54
10:54

Ugandan Revellers Cautioned Against Crossing to Tanzania for New Year Concerts 1 2

The concerts include one organised by Abbey Musinguzi, the proprietor of Abitex Promotions and others by different promoters. The New Year concerts follow a massive Christmas concert that was organised by Abitex at Happiness Hotel in Mutukula –Tanzania, in which more than 20 Ugandan artists featured and attracted hundreds of Ugandans.
09:15
09:15

Compensation of Sango Bay Residents Fails to Take off As Planned residents stranded 1 2

According to Francis Kizza, the Kyebe Sub-county Councilor and the chairperson for the Sango Bay affected people, the compensation process has not started as it had been planned.
08:26
08:26

Kyotera Village Chairmen Get Gov't Bicycles 10-Years After Presidential Pledge 4 1

The procurement was halted following allegations of corruption by some government officials who misappropriated up to 4.6 billion Shillings from the money allocated for the project.
10:47
10:47

OAC Ordains Priest, Nineteen Deacons 1 2

Bishop Cornelius Kateregga Bakubanja, the leader of the OAC in Uganda cautioned the group against sexual abuse, which is eating away the Church of Christ.
08:03
08:03

Strange Disease Claims More than 10 Lives in Kyotera 5

Denis Muyunga, the area LCIII Chairman, says that the residents first developed symptoms such as nausea, severe fever, vomiting, chest pain, a sore throat, abdominal pain, swelling on the arms, and diarrhoea. A number of them died within two or three days after presenting the symptoms.
15:28
15:28

Kyotera Victims of Election Abductions Flee Homes For Safety 1 3

Sulait Kyambadde, one of the victims of the Kyotera political abductions, says they lost contact with some of their colleagues shortly after they were released.
17:04
17:04

Oil Pipeline Affected Persons Petition Total over Intimidation, Compensation 3 1

The 1,443km East African Crude Oil Pipeline will transport Uganda’s crude oil from Hoima in Uganda to the Chongoleani peninsula near Tanga port in Tanzania. It is envisaged to be the longest electrically heated pipeline in the world, crossing through 10 districts in Uganda, a distance of 296 kilometres and 25 districts in Tanzania, covering eight regions.
09:58
09:58

Ten Months After Elections; Kyotera Family Still Searching for Father 1 2

Jane Kyomugisha, an elder sister to Kasumba narrates that the victim was picked by unknown people who invaded his home in Kyakonda ward, Nabisasa Sub county in Kyotera district on the eve of the election for local council three leaders.
08:12
08:12

Compensation of Sango Bay Residents to Start in December 2 7

The land, covering 247 square miles is located in the areas of Kanamiti, Matengeeto, Mutukula, Lukulavu, Lukoma, and Kabale villages in Kakuuto sub-county, and in Kabira, Kasasa, Kyebe sub-counties and Mutukula Town Council in Kyotera district.
11:30
11:30

Minister Kasolo: Gov’t Will Not Compensate Kyotera, Sembabule SACCOs Members For Stolen UGX2.6bn 2 1

The State Minister for Micro-finance, Haruna Kyeyune Kasolo, says that his ministry can do nothing to revive the SACCOs that have spent 10 years without operating, adding that they cannot compensate the affected members for the loss.
18:09
18:09

Six Teenagers get Pregnant as 5 Catch HIV Daily in Kyotera 1 2

Doctor Edward Muwanga, the Kyotera District Health Officer says that the numbers are extracted from the official records of the healthcare services delivery points within the district that regularly transmit their figures to the district central registry.
07:48
07:48

Pipeline Affected Persons in Kyotera Protest Arrest of Leader 2 1

Richard Birimuye Ssekyondwa was arrested on Friday on the orders of the District Police Commander-Hassan Hiwumbire, for allegedly sabotaging government projects.
07:43
07:43

EACOP: Kyotera PAPs Shun Bank Account Opening Process As Compensation Nears 8 1 Top story

Charles Lwanga, a resident of Kanga village, says that he cannot open up an account yet he refused to sign the RAP forms because of unfair compensation rates for their properties including land, coffee and houses compared to the rates given to the PAPs in Rakai and Lwengo districts.
14:23
14:23

Kyotera LCs Fail To Register Residents Over Lack Of Facilitation 1 8 Top story

Richard Kalanzi, the Kabira Sub county LC III chairperson, says that the exercise has become very tricky without facilitation. He says that the government tasked them to register residents without providing any financial and logistical support to implement the directive.
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