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13:44
13:44

EACOP PAPs in Bunyoro Protest Delayed Compensation Government 6

Since 2018, the government has not compensated the project-affected persons yet they stopped using their land. The Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU) had also promised to start compensation in December 2020 or early January 2021.
14:38
14:38

Police Impound Stolen Vehicle in Hoima City suspect 1 1

Police impounded the Box-Body truck registration number UEB 530Z at around 7 a.m. on Monday along the Hoima-Butiaba Road in East Division, Hoima City.
16:39
16:39

Security Cautions Border Residents In The Albertine To Be More Vigilant ADF Rebels 2 1

According to security, the Albertine region that is at the porous border with the DR Congo is at greater risk since the DR Congo hosts ADF militants who are a threat to Uganda yet there are always cross-border movements between residents in the Albertine and those from the DRC, a thing security operatives say might led to infiltration of wrong elements.
15:18
15:18

Hoima City Gets Two New Divisional Police Commanders 1 1

The two commanders are ASP Micheal Ojik who will take charge of Hoima West division and SP Alex Wabwire who will take charge of Hoima East division respectively.
12:38
12:38

MPs Find Medicine Being Kept in Mortuary at Kigorobya Hospital drugs 3 2

The Health Committee of parliament that is in the western region to assess the situation of health facilities made an impromptu visit at Kigorobya Health Center IV today and discovered that drugs are being kept in the mortuary at the facility.
17:21
17:21

Fishermen Applaud Army for Ridding Lake Albert of DRC Militiamen Lake Albert Attacks 4 1

Now Simon Baleke, a fisherman at Bugoma landing site in Kyangwali sub county in Kikuube says ever since the FPU commenced their operations on the lake, attacks by suspected Congolese militiamen on Ugandan fishermen have stopped. He wants the operation to continue to save them from being attacked by the suspected Congolese armed men.
11:07
11:07

Fresh Outbreak of Goat Plague Kills 300 Animals in Hoima vaccination 2 1

Goat Plague is a viral disease related to the rinderpest of sheep as well as goats. It is characterized by fever, cough, very bad-smelling breath, diarrhoea and discharge from the eyes and nose, which can form a crust, making breathing difficult and forcing eyes shut.
13:00
13:00

Bunyoro Farmers Decry Low Prices of Livestock livestock farmers 3 1

Sam Ntambara, a farmer in Buseruka Sub County says a cow that initially cost 1.5 Million Shillings is now sold at 800,000- 700,000 Shillings respectively.
12:16
12:16

Man Allegedly Forges Omukama Iguru’s Signature to Grab 2000 Acres of Land forgery 2 2

It is alleged that Tumwebaze presented a letter dated October 4, 2021, allegedly signed by Omukama Iguru and addressed to Florence Kiconco, the head of the legal department at State House indicating that the King had offered him land measuring 2000 acres to utilize.
13:22
13:22

Ugandan Fishermen Flee to DRC as FPU Intensifies Operations on Lake Albert Fishing 1 4 Top story

Those fleeing are from the landing sites of Butiaba, Wanseko, Bugoigo andKabolwa in Buliisa, Kijangi, Kaiso, Rwentale, Runga and Mbegu in Hoima, Nkondo, Sebigoro, Kyehoro, Bugoma and Kyekapere in Kikuube, Ndaiga and Kitebere in Kagadi.
11:26
11:26

11 Suspects Arrested for Killing UPDF Soldier in Bar murder 1

The deceased was identified as Joseph Magoola who had been deployed to guard road construction equipment belonging to China Chongqing International Construction Company Limited- CICO, the company constructing the Hoima–Biiso-Butiaba-Wanseko road.
20:07
20:07

Hoima City Leaders Accuse Security Personnel of Persistent Brutality, Extortion officers 3 1

The leaders including councillors expressed dismay over the failure by the city security committee to take action on the officers who are accused of brutalizing the residents.
11:17
11:17

Hoima Woman Poisons Her Own Baby to Death child 1

The suspect has been identified as Erivanesa Kabagire in her 20s, a resident of Bwikya village in Bombo sub county of Hoima district.
02:04
02:04

Panicky Fisherman Jumps to his Death After Meeting FPU in Lake Albert 1

The deceased has only been identified as Owonda, a fisherman attached to Kijangi landing site in Tonya parish Buseruka sub county in Hoima district. Julius Hakiza, the Albertine region police spokesperson confirmed the incident saying they have launched investigations.
10:34
10:34

Security Heightened along Uganda-DRC Border After Bomb Threats 2 1

The move follows terror alerts which were followed by two explosions; in Komamboga, a suburb of Kampala and on a Bushenyi bound bus within less than a week. Each of the incidents claimed a life and left a few other people nursing injuries.
12:49
12:49

Hoima Property Owners Ordered to Renovate Dilapidated Buildings City Authorities 2 1

Most of the buildings especially those in the central business area in a poor state and are on the verge of collapsing. Most of the structures have rusted iron sheets and cracked walls.
10:32
10:32

319,000 Illegal Fishing Gear Destroyed Countrywide 2

Lt. Reuben Ndifuna, the spokesperson for Fisheries Protection Unit-FPU says that they destroyed 52,575 pieces of monofilament nets, 8,457kg of immature fish, 35,442, 10,881 illegal boats, 1,463 solar batteries and 189,103 illegal hooks among others.
14:54
14:54

Road Works in Hoima Halted As Equipment Remains Impounded district officials 1 2

The Police and the State House Anti-Corruption Unit last month impounded the Hoima District Road equipment over alleged misuse.
11:36
11:36

Hoima Police Holds Two Suspected Kidnappers woman 1 1

According to police, while in Hoima City on Monday evening around 5 pm on Monday evening, the suspects kidnapped Aisha Nema. They bundled their victim in a Toyota Premio registration number UBH 627C and drove off at breakneck speed.
09:29
09:29

COVID-19 Outbreak Escalated Environmental Degradation in the Albertine- Activists 4 1

Mackline Namiyingo, the Kakumiro District Environment Officer-DEO, says that the lockdown equally affected the supervision of wetlands, swamps and forest reserves, which saw hundreds of people invading the protected areas.
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