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19:41
19:41

Deserters Cry Out as Gov’t Continues to Register Veterans in Teso 3rd updf division 2 1

When the LRA attacked Teso in 2003, Okot joined the Teso Arrow group that flashed out the rebels who had killed, looted and molested women and children in the area. He left the UPDF auxiliary force in 2006 and joined politics, which course took him to prison.
08:06
08:06

Soroti Woman MP Blocked from Accessing New Market Soroti City Council 2 2

Alobo’s planned visit comes just a week after the Minister of Local Government, Raphael Magyezi gave Soroti City authorities an ultimatum of three weeks to resolve the mess in the allocation of space to vendors.
10:31
10:31

UPDF Gun Recovered in Bukedea Robbery Bukedea district 1 2

The recovered items that were displayed on October 23rd include a gun, two magazines, three sets of army uniforms, two pairs of warm suits and an army bag.
10:41
10:41

Police Records Two Deaths on Uhuru Day in Soroti Food Poisoning 1 1

According to Oscar Greg Ageca, the East Kyoga Regional Police Spokesman, Elamu died around 02:00 pm while drinking at the home of Nathan Aboku.
11:04
11:04

Couple Murdered in Katakwi katakwi district 1 1

The bodies of Emmanuel Ojirot and his wife, Teddy Achodet were discovered on Tuesday by residents after realizing that the house had remained closed through out the day.
08:52
08:52

Muyenga Murder: Asio Onebe Laid to Rest in Kaberamaido Ochero County 1 2

Asio’s body was discovered in a septic tank on September 9, 2021 at her matrimonial home in Muyenga, Kampala. She went missing on January 6, 2021 and the search for her whereabouts continued by the police and relatives until September.
14:06
14:06

Police Heightens Enforcement of SOPs As COVID-19 Cases Surge in Teso covid-19 epicenter 2 1

The Soroti Resident City Commissioner, Peter Pex Paak says that the enforcement especially in Soroti City will be heightened to reduce the spread of the deadly virus.
18:45
18:45

Operation on Illegal Power Connections Paralyzes Business in Kumi Kumi Municipality 3 2

During the operation, more than 100 business premises were closed as the owners fled on seeing UMEMEM staff accompanied by the police. At
11:56
11:56

Two Grenades Recovered in Ngora Insurgency in Teso 1 1

Oscar Gregg Ageca, the East Kyoga Regional Police Spokesman says the hand grenades are suspected to have been abandoned during the insurgency in the Teso sub-region in the 1980s and the 1990s.
10:06
10:06

Police Retools Commanders to Redeem Image AIGP Edward Ochom 3 1 Top story

On Friday, the Director of Human Resource Development at UPF, Godfrey Goloba passed out 170 District Police Commanders- DPCs drawn from across the country after undergoing a refresher three months course at Olilim Counter-Terrorism Police Training School in Katakwi District.
09:37
09:37

Two District Officials Arrested for Extortion in Illegal Cattle Market Katakwi District 1

East Kyoga Regional Police Spokesman Oscar Gregg Ageca says that personnel from Katakwi Central Police Station were tipped off about the illegal operation and acted to stop it by dispersing the market and arresting the officers.
11:30
11:30

Bukedea Residents Plead with Security Heads Over Cattle Theft RDC Geoffrey Okiswa 3 1

Vincent Emalu, another resident in Bukedea Town Council, says that the insecurity escalating cattle theft in the district is caused by the overstay of some police officers. He says that some of the police officers who have joined hands with wrong elements in the district have been cancelling their transfers.
16:10
16:10

Two Teenagers Drown in Kalaki Kalaki district 1

The two are reported to have gone to fetch water in a canoe from a flooded area on the shores of Lake Kyoga.
21:56
21:56

Bukedea Authorities Restrict Funeral Services to 30 Minutes Bukedea district 1 1

The strict guidelines follow violation of presidential guidelines on burials with communities reverting to large gatherings for the burial of their loved ones. According to the Presidential guidelines, burials are limited to only 20 people with strict adherence to the Standard Operating Procedures.
09:29
09:29

RDC Accused of Beating Residents in Enforcement of COVID-19 Guidelines Soroti CPS 3 1

The residents include Justine Odieny and John Ebwongu, both residents of Amoru Cell, Kokas Opolot of Onyakai Cell and Patrick Aporu of Omagoro Cell, in Soroti West Division. They were allegedly beaten on July 16, 2021, by soldiers who were acting on the orders of the RDC during an operation in Arapai shortly after 5 p.m.
11:24
11:24

UPDF Deploys More Soldiers in Katakwi Katakwi District 2 1

Simon Peter Iranit, a resident of Aputon Village in Ngariam Sub County, says the cattle thefts in the area have worsened with residents losing cattle every day. He told our reporter that in the last four days, the village has lost six cattle to rustlers who raid the village at night.
07:38
07:38

Security Destroys Four Acres of Marijuana in Soroti Soroti District 2 1

Anthony Oyuru, the Oculoi sub-county LC V councilor says that many youths in the area are now addicted to smoking marijuana, which has fueled crime. Oyuru says the police in Oculoi are overwhelmed with cases of assault as drunken youth fight over every small disagreement.
05:38
05:38

Six Policemen Injured in Katakwi Accident Katakwi District 1 2

According to the East Kyoga Regional Police Spokesman, Oscar Greg Ageca says that the patrol car swerved off the road after a tyre burst and overturned several times. The injured were rushed to Katakwi General Hospital.
08:04
08:04

Boda- Bodas Cyclists, Traffic Officers Trade Accusations in Kaberamaido 3

The chairperson of the boda boda operators William Owae indicated in his letter that the police have created a very hard situation for public transport to the extent of turning every police check point into a money making point regardless of the traffic offences committed.
15:03
15:03

Security Heightened at District Borders As Enforcement of Travel Ban Kicks off 4 3

Hours after the travel ban came to effect, there has been the heavy deployment of armed police officers and Uganda People’s Defence Forces soldiers (UPDF) and the erection of roadblocks at various district boundaries across the country.
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