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15:13
15:13

International Passenger Numbers Steadily Increasing - UCAA 5 3

In the first 25 days of November, Bamwesigye noted an increase in the daily average of passengers from 1,375 passengers in October to 1,676 so far recorded this month.
10:53
10:53

Energy Ministry Launches Online National Stakeholder Platform on Waste Management

Agunyo says the platform is important because it will be one-stop centre on waste management and also help the ministry collect data on how much organic waste is produced in the country and how much can be generated into biogas energy.
16:18
16:18

Entebbe Zoo Welcomes New Pair of Tigers After 50 Years tourism 3 2

The Executive director Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre (UWEC), James Musinguzi said the addition of Tigers to the big cat family after decades will help boost tourism both domestically and internationally.
13:09
13:09

National Calibration Food Laboratory Project to Cost UGX 14.9 Billion 3 3

Pius Wakabi Kassaja, the Permanent secretary Ministry of Agriculture ,Animal Industry and Fisheries , says the Construction of the National Calibration Food laboratory will cost over shillings 14.9 billion.
14:44
14:44

FIFA Bans Africa's Football President Ahmad For Five Years 1 Top story

For instance, the chamber noted that it appeared that CAF paid 100,000 US Dollars for 18 people including Ahmad and some of the 54 heads of African national football federations to go for a pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.
11:31
11:31

Candidates in Entebbe Decry High Cost of Door to Door Campaigns 5 2

Orikiriza, standing on Democratic Party- DP ticket, says voters are capitalizing on the door to door campaigns to get money dubbed as "sanitisers" and other items such as soap, soda and sugar.
16:59
16:59

NUP Threatens DP Dominance in Entebbe Municipality 5 5

According to records from the Electoral Commission, NUP has fielded 48 contestants out of the 68 elective positions in Entebbe municipality right from parliamentary to LC III council levels
20:35
20:35

Man in Entebbe Jailed 22 Years For Attempted Murder Of Wife

During a criminal session at Entebbe Chief Magistrate's court, Justice Wilson J Kwesiga convicted Matsiko for unlawfully attempting to cause the death of his spouse on March 19th, 2019.
12:34
12:34

Man Jailed 20 Years For Defiling 11-Year-Old Pupil 3

According to prosecution, Kyeyune defiled the victim who was a pupil at a boarding primary school where Kyeyune was employed as a cook. Kyeyune defiled the girl on November 24, 2018, from the school kitchen.
18:33
18:33

Candidates in Entebbe Municipality Struggle to Contain Crowds 5 5

The NRM candidates, led by Stephen Shyaka Gashaijja who is contesting for Entebbe Municipality MP seat said that it has been difficult to control the crowds because some of the people want to interact with the candidates as they move door to door.
13:33
13:33

Pictorial: Entebbe Candidates Kick off Scientific Campaigns

According to the Electoral Commission guidelines, the candidates are expected to meet only 70 people and ensure all the attendees wear face masks and observe social distancing.
16:33
16:33

Man in Entebbe Jailed 15 Years For Robbery

Kaweesi was arrested after he was found in possession of a stolen car, a white Spacio number UAV 869M belonging to Madhusi Olubora at a garage in Ndeeba. "Also, at 27 years of age, there is hope that the convict can reform," Justice Kwesiga added.
13:43
13:43

Man Sentenced to 20 Years For Defiling 13-Year-Old 1

"Even though there is hope that Abeine can reform after serving this jail sentence, aggravated defilement is now rampant in Uganda, so I sentence him to 20 years because we must protect girls," Justice Kwesiga said.
19:50
19:50

Assessors Advise Court to Convict Kajjansi Car Robbery Suspect 1

The assessors who include Robert Budonga and Joan Asiimwe Ebong on Thursday advised Justice Wilson J Kwesiga to convict the accused person because the prosecution had proved its case against the accused person.
20:04
20:04

Man Remanded For Attempted Murder of Wife 1

The state accuses Matsiko of unlawfully attempting to cause the death of Namutebi on 19th March 2019 after hitting her head with a hammer. The incident happened at their home in Kawuku, Kisubi Parish (Wakiso district).
17:30
17:30

36 Air Travelers Fined UGX 300,000 for Forging COVID-19 Test Certificates 1

The suspects got the fake COVID-19 test certificates from the Central Public Health Laboratories and Makerere University College of Health Sciences
13:55
13:55

75% Of Entebbe Airport Expansion Project Complete - UCAA 5 1

The construction by China Communication Construction Company (CCCC) covers, among others, the construction of a new cargo centre, a new passenger terminal building, strengthening of the airport runways and their associated taxiways. It also involves rehabilitating and reconstructing the three aircraft parking aprons. Works on the aircraft parking Aprons have not been completed
15:11
15:11

MOH Yet to Award Contract to Complete National Isolation Center 2 1

Eng. George Otim, the Commissioner Health Infrastructure at the Health Ministry says the ministry has sourced for the new contractor for the isolation centre in Entebbe as an emergency procurement because the normal procurement process would have taken at least 3 months.
20:10
20:10

Construction of Kitooro Modern Market Nears Completion 4 2

Patrick Rubongoya, the project manager, says the 24.6 Billion Shillings market is at 99 percent completion rate. Namuyangu says that the vendors have as a result created trade disorder for other traders, road users among others. The construction of the market which started in April 2017 is under the Markets and Agriculture Trade Improvement Projects-MATIP-2
09:26
09:26

Uganda Lobbying to Host EAC Statistics Bureau 4

Dr Albert Byamugisha, the Board chairman of Uganda National Bureau of Statistics, says that Uganda is best placed to host the bureau since the UBOS office in Entebbe was established in 1946 to collect and disseminate statistics for the East Africa Protectorate under the British colonial government.
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