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14:52
14:52

Panic as KCCA Razes Stalls in Kikuubo to Manage Crowds 3 3 Top story

Wamala says that he had just cleared rent of Shillings 500,000 when he was asked to remove his merchandise and the stall taken away. Seated on the verandah where he used to work, Wamala wore a confused face, saying he was uncertain how he would fend for his family now that his job is no more.
14:51
14:51

Three Suspected Karimojong Cattle Rustlers Killed in Bulambuli 1 2

Jude Wandera, the UPDF Spokesperson in the Elgon and Bukedi sub-regions, says that the rustlers were intercepted by Uganda Peoples Defense Forces-UPDF soldiers, who shot three leaving them injured.
14:03
14:03

New MPs Operating from Public Restaurants, Vehicles Parliament 1 3

Although MPs have not yet been allocated office space, only about of those who were in the 10th Parliament have retained their offices, while over 350 MPs are waiting for parliamentary processes to take shape.
14:00
14:00

Mob Lynches Unidentified Woman for Attempted Motorcycle Theft Namutumba

It is alleged that when they reached a bushy area, the deceased hacked Mugabe in the back with a machete prompting him to raise alarm for help. Residents ganged up against the woman and stoned her to death.
13:32
13:32

Health Centre Management Unit Chairperson On the Run for Theft 1

Katum East Chairperson Joel Opoka says upon receipt of the theft claims on Tuesday, they followed up the matter and discovered the stolen iron sheets hidden in a house belonging to Oscar Abitat a resident of Padibe Town Council.
13:29
13:29

Panic As Nursing Assistant Tests Positive for COVID-19 in Gulu (COVID-19) in Gulu

The nursing assistant who has now been evacuated to Gulu Regional Referral Hospital COVID-19 Treatment Unit tested positive for the disease on Thursday last week. However before she was tested, she had earlier been mixing with patients and people in the neighbourhood.
12:56
12:56

Hoima Teachers Released on Police Bond Pupils 1

The six were caught red-handed by police conducting lessons in disregard of the presidential directive closing all schools for 42 days as part of the measures to contain the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
12:27
12:27

Eyes on SFC for Abductees Whose Whereabouts Remain Unknown 1 Top story

In a clear-cut February 23, 2021 statement, Museveni revealed that SFC was holding 51 people. “By the time I made my broadcasts on this and other issues on February 13, 2021, SFC was still ‘holding’ 53 persons,” Museveni said.
11:54
11:54

Father Arrested for Concealing Defilement of Eight- Year-Old Daughter 1

The victim, a primary two pupil at Kiboota Primary School in Buheesi Town Council was allegedly defiled by her grandfather Joseph Kaganda.
11:45
11:45

Stone Quarry Burries Three Alive, Injures Two Others Critically 2

Denis Gong, an eyewitness and resident of Karuma Town Council, says that the youths have been breaking rocks in the stone quarry.
11:05
11:05

Tooro United, Arua Hill Delighted by Promotion to Uganda Premier League 3 1

Arua City emerged the leaders of the Elgon group with 30 points after humbling Paidha Black Angels 4-0 on Monday while Tooro United topped the Rwenzori group with 31 points, after also overcoming Kigezi Homeboys 1-0 in final group game.
10:44
10:44

Kasese Appeals for Aid to Establish Oxygen Plant as Covid-19 Cases Increase 4 2

Baseka says the district is now struggling to provide oxygen to critically ill patients, which is adversely affecting general management of Covid-19 cases.
10:41
10:41

Agriculture Sector Stakeholders Fear, Gov't Not Yet Ready For New Year, Parish Model 6 1

Ramathan Ggoobi, who has been advising the government on poverty alleviation, says the model gives the government a ‘bottom-up’ development planning, where the grassroots people have a chance to generate ideas for the development of their communities.
10:28
10:28

Long Route Taxi, Bus Operators Struggle to Survive 6 1

Genesis Socrates Latigo one of the managers of YY Coaches says all their 50 buses have been parked and the company is now transporting luggage upcountry. Their major destination is the Eastern route from Jinja to Mbale and finally to Soroti where they are able to send a truck of luggage daily.
09:11
09:11

Women MPs Ask Female Ministers to Fight Corruption UWOPA 1 2

“The number of full cabinet Ministers now stands at 14 out of 31 constituting 45.2 percent and the State Ministers are 24 out of 50 making it 48 percent," said UWOPA Chairperson Kamugo. "As a country and women, we are happy that Uganda is making progress towards gender parity which the country made commitments to under the AU African charter on election, democracy and governance.”
07:59
07:59

Nine Organisations Request to Advise ICC on Reparation of LRA Victims Northern Uganda 1 2 Top story

Martin Okwir, the ICC Outreach Coordinator told URN in an interview that the chambers invited experts, victim’s organizations and Civil Society Organization among others with deeper knowledge on the victims’ situations to write and request the court to permit them to offer advice and opinions on how best the reparations should be conducted.
07:50
07:50

Children in Acholi Turn to Stone Crushing, Sand Mining Laguti Sub County 3 6

The children aged between 10 to 16 years are now working as casual labourers in quarries in some rural areas of Gulu, Kitgum and Pader districts.
07:37
07:37

Fishermen Accuse Uganda's Tourism Chairman Migereko of Polluting River Nile Banks fisherman 4 4

Yusuf Mukisa, a fisherman says that before the dumping started, each of them would catch on average 15 mature fish but the fish catch has since dropped, which has deprived them of their livelihood.
07:15
07:15

Loss of Contact, Poor Housing Affect Homebased Care For COVID-19 Patients in Luwero 1 3 Top story

Dr. Innocent Nkonwa, the Luwero District Health Officer reveals that they have lost contact with some COVID-19 patients mostly students following the closure of schools.
06:51
06:51

COVID-19 Vaccine Theft: Health Ministry to Take Stock Parliament 1 2 Top story

According to Aceng, they will conduct an assessment on the different health facilities both Government and private that received the vaccines to administer them free of charge.
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