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10:53
10:53

Contractor Abandons Construction in Masaka City Wetland 1

In the past, leaders in Masaka city and environmental conservation activists have been at loggerheads with a senior officer of Uganda People’s Defense Forces-UPDF identified as Major Patrice Mugume who hired trucks to dump the soil in a wetland, clearing part of it for construction.
14:47
14:47

Masaka City Opts for Pavers to Replace Outlived Asphalt Lanes Masaka City Council 1 1

Augustine Turibalungi, the City Principal Works Engineer says they have now opted to remodel the worn-out shopping lanes, pedestrian pathways and street parking lanes with pavers instead of the traditional asphalt material.
08:12
08:12

Buddu County Struggles to Complete Renovation of Headquarters Ahead of Kabaka’s Visit Buganda kingdom 2 2

The house which was initially built in 1935 was after its renovation meant to be handed over as a souvenir present to Kabaka Ronald Mutebi II, on his 28th coronation anniversary which will be celebrated on Saturday in Nkoni palace in Masaka.
18:02
18:02

UPDF Officer Accused of Destroying Masaka Wetland 2 4

The affected wetland, part of which is being degraded serves as the main water catchment area for Masaka district’s main water source, which directly drains from the wetland’s streams.
13:04
13:04

Medical Interns Demand Covid-19 Risk Allowances Covid-19 management 6 1

The demand was presented to the Parliamentary Covid-19 taskforce by Doctor Mary Lillian Nabwire, the President of the Federation for Uganda Medical Interns.
07:26
07:26

COVID-19 Lockdown: Masaka Leaders Protest Security Brutality, Extortion 5 2

Led by Michael Mulindwa Nakumusana, the Nyendo-Mukungwe division Chairperson, the leaders have blamed the security operatives for being so merciless to people something that has raised public outcries in the area.
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16:42

Masaka Vendors Protest Delays to Complete UGX 18B Market Masaka City Council 1

Frank Tumwebaze, the Chairperson on Masaka Market Vendors Cooperative says that the failure by the contractors to complete and hand over the market has frustrated vendors, who are tired of operating in open space.
11:49
11:49

School Owners in Bukomansimbi Frustrated Over Delayed Gov’t Relief Cash 3

The proprietors say that they are currently on the verge of losing their properties over failure to pay back the loans they obtained to run the schools.
10:13
10:13

COVID-19: Another Herbal Concoction Hits Market in Masaka Despite MOH Warning MINISTRY OF HEALTH 2 2 Top story

Kawonawo, who is known for making anti-cough and cold herbal mixtures, says that he improved his formulas by blending plants rich in Vitamins A and C as well as those with high alkaline levels to suppress the virus.
11:57
11:57

Masaka RDC Stops LCs from Issuing Travel Permits 2

According to Bamwine, many local leaders are issuing travel permits to persons without genuine cause for movement, which he says has lately contributed to congestions of people and vehicles on roads and trading centers.
07:58
07:58

Over 600 Residents of Masaka Face Eviction From The Land Allocated By Idi Amin 6

Vincent Mugerwa, who heads the affected residents, says that in 2009 Bukenya went to Kasanje claiming ownership of the land but failed to produce documents proving his claims.
18:51
18:51

Masaka Commercial Officer on Spot for Revoking License of Milk Traders 1

But Fred Kuhubwa, Cooperative Society Chairperson has petitioned the Masaka City Town Clerk demanding for an inquiry into Mugerwa’s actions, which he argues are out of malice and dishonesty.
19:50
19:50

COVID-19; West Buganda Diocese Issues Tight Restrictions for Burials 1 2

Bishop Katumba stopped priests from using microphones during burial services and reduce the time of burial services to strictly 30 minutes in his latest list of guidelines to the Church. He also suspended the practice of choosing a member of the congregation to take Bible readings and allowed them to make necessary adjustments to other facets that may prolong the service.
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10:35

Masaka Milk Dealers Bicker Over Resale Prices low milk prices 1 1 Top story

Moses Muliisa, the general secretary of the association has petitioned the city council authorities demanding that they take interest and set a standard price for milk resale for purposes of protecting the traders from highly exploitative distributors, whom they also accuse of compromising the quality of milk on the market.
14:23
14:23

Masaka RDC Clashes with Boda Boda, Traders 3

Fred Bamwine, the Masaka City Resident Commissioner on Tuesday issued fresh Covid-19 prevention orders in which he instructed security officers to arrest all Boda boda cyclists they find at the various stages both within the precincts of Masaka city and Masaka district.
12:29
12:29

Masaka City Leaders Move to Block Children from Hawking During Lockdown Masaka City Council 1 2

These children some young as six years of age are now engaged in selling of vegetables, fruits, and other foodstuffs in markets, on streets, while others are also involving themselves in hawking; where they carry their merchandise to their targeted customers in different places including homes.
20:53
20:53

Police Block Covid-19 SOPs Mobilization Campaign By Masaka Leaders 2 3

The leaders had gone along with at least 500 liters of liquid soap and water containers which they were donating to markets as a way of supporting the hand-washing campaign among vendors and their clients.
17:21
17:21

COVID-19: VHTs to Monitor Home-based Care Patients, Oversee Burials in Masaka Ministry Of Health 1 2 Top story

Dr. Nathan Onyachi, the Medical Director of Masaka Regional Referral Hospital and coordinator of health services under the Greater Masaka Regional Covid-19 task force, says that they have agreed to proactively engage village health teams to reinforce the limited number of health workers in providing the much-needed response and case-management services in the area.
15:52
15:52

Don't Rely On Herbs, Concoctions for Covid-19 Prevention- Medics Ministry of Health 1 3

However, Dr Nakiyimba says that although some of the concoctions are rich in vitamins and minerals, they have the potential of causing opportunistic health complications if not taken with precaution.
15:13
15:13

Masaka in Oxygen Crisis as Production Plant Breaks Down 1 2

The crisis has caused panic among health authorities not only at the regional referral but also in other hospitals and health units that depend on the plant for oxygen. The breakdown comes amidst an increase in hospital admissions for Coronavirus Disease (COVID19) patients.
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