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15:19
15:19

Gunmen Rob Link Bus Passengers, Police Investigates Uganda Police 1 1

According to the Police's preliminary findings, the bus registration number UBG 423 G, belonging to Link Bus Company left Bundibugyo town with 65 passengers on board. But at around 2 a.m., they met a roadblock manned by about 10 people who ordered them to move out of the bus and lie down on the road.
18:05
18:05

Relief as Nabakooba Donates Ultrasound Machine to Mityana Hospital 2 2

The Minister of Lands, Judith Nabakooba has donated an ultrasound machine to Mityana Hospital ending 3 years of its operation without a functioning machine used for running crucial medical investigations.
17:16
17:16

Gov't Delivers Relief Food to Storm Victims in Mityana mityana district 1 4

Five lower local governments in Mityana district were affected by the heavy rainfall that last year left many families without food.
12:51
12:51

Umeme, Security Agencies to Crackdown On Vandalism of Power Lines 3 2

The joint operation will target nine districts which include Mityana, Kassanda, Mubende, Kiboga, Kyankwanzi, Gomba, Nakaseke, Kakumiro and Butambala.
15:38
15:38

Bishop Zziwa Calls for Measures to Control Commodity Prices 2 3

According to Bishop Zziwa, the increasing cost of fuel has sparked a rise in the prices of household items and negatively affected the livelihood of the citizens as many cannot afford the cost of basic necessities like soap, sugar, and cooking oil among others.
16:48
16:48

UNBS Cautions Kombucha Drink Manufacturers on Hygiene Standards 1 2

According to Nantongo, they have started with sensitization workshops to inform the manufacturers of the required standards before enforcement. The standards, according to Nantongo include one for labeling of pre-packaged foods which include Kombucha drinks and that whoever enters in to the business of manufacturing, has to follow the standards.
15:32
15:32

Stakeholders ask Gov't to Invest in Environment Protection in Mining Areas 5 2

Stakeholders in the mining sector have asked the government to invest in restoration and conservation of the environment in mining areas as a measure to protect the country from adverse effects of climate change.
10:22
10:22

Mityana Municipality Councilors Shun Meeting over Detention of NUP Supporters 2 3

The councilors held placards and marched out of the council hall while shouting and demanding the release of political prisoners among them, Kawempe North Member of Parliament Muhammad Ssegirinya and Makindye West MP Allan Sewanyana.
16:31
16:31

Five Arrested in Wamala Region over Six Seperate Killings 2 1

The Wamala Regional Police Spokesperson, Rachel Kawala said that detectives have visited the different scenes where the crimes were committed, collected exhibits and statements from witnesses.
17:51
17:51

Minister Otafire Wants Prisons to Make Uniforms for Army, Police 4 3

Otafire made the remarks while commissioning the new garment workshop machinery at Kitalya Mini Max Prison. According to the Commissioner in charge of Prison Industries Robert Munanura the new equipment will be used to train inmates in the craft of tailoring, cloth making and stitching of all staff and prisoners’ uniforms.
18:13
18:13

Fire Guts Furniture Workshop in Mityana Town 3 2

Swaib Bakkabulindi, the proprietor of the furniture workshop attributed the cause of the fire to land disputes surrounding the area.
07:13
07:13

Elevate Mityana Hospital To Referral Facility-Nabakooba 2 2

Led by the Housing and Lands Minister and former Mityana District Woman Member of parliament, Judith Nabakooba, the leaders have resolved to write to the health minister, the president, and the Prime Minister to show cause why the facility should be elevated to a regional referral.
13:39
13:39

Mityana Municipality Residents to Pay Garbage Collection Fees 4 3

The fees that were introduced under the Garbage Management Ordinance will see residents pay 3,000 Shillings a month to Globe Cleaning Services, which is currently handling waste collection in the municipality.
13:14
13:14

Dilapidated, Inadequate School Structures Worry Mityana Leaders 3 5

During the inspection of schools across the districts, the leaders discovered that classrooms have cracks, leaking roofs while others lack roofs after they were blown off by heavy rains.
12:23
12:23

Harvest Season Fuels Domestic Violence in Wamala Area, Renders Children Destitute 3 2

At least 626 cases of domestic violence were registered from five districts of Mityana, Mubende, Kassanda, Kyankwanzi and Kiboga in four months which officials say they negatively affect children.
13:44
13:44

Selling Immature Coffee Compromises Quality, Farmers Warned 3

Authorities have warned farmers to desist from harvesting and selling immature coffee saying the move compromises the quality of coffee in the country.
12:56
12:56

NUP Candidates Win Zigoti Residual Elections 3

Justine Nakuya, the presiding officer at Zigoti Town Council declared Veronica Babirye, for the Zigoti Ward II with 207 votes. For the Zigoti Ward III, Christine Nabawanuka was declared the winner after she garnered 160 beating her close challenger, Margaret Businge of NRM by one vote.
16:15
16:15

Low Voter Turn Up in Zigoti, Kamwenge Town Council By-elections 1 1

Justine Nakuya, the Presiding Officer at Zigoti Ward II said that voting at Mabuye playground polling station started late because of the delayed delivery of electoral materials to the polling station.
08:18
08:18

Police Investigates Death Of Another Officer in Mityana 1 1

Patrick Nuwagaba, the Officer in Charge of Kakindu Police Station in Mityana District was found dead near his car that had been parked about 500 meters away from his home at Mayirye Village in Kakindu Sub County.
17:19
17:19

15 Arrested As Police Search For Assailants, Stolen Guns Uganda police force 1

“The two police officers were responding to an alleged complaint by two victims who claimed they had been robbed of proceeds from their tomato business. One of them identified himself as Kananya Sulaiman of Nansana in Wakiso District who was putting on dirty clothes alleged that the public had arrested one whom they were threatening to lynch and he asked the police to immediately intervene,” Kawala said.
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