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16:18
16:18

Minister Wants Masindi District Officials Probed over Shoddy Works 4

They are accused of corruption and negligence of their duties by failing to supervise the construction of the government projects that led to shoddy works and loss of taxpayer’s money.
16:17
16:17

COVID-19 Patients Can’t Afford Costs But won’t Leave Private Facilities Ministry of Health 4

Grace Kiwanuka, the Executive Director for the Private Health Providers Umbrella body says that since the height of the second COVID-19 wave where patients were charged high fees and in some hospitals, and bodies were detained, they moved a daily updates directive for all their members.
15:39
15:39

Banished by Namugongo for Poor Performance, Rejected Student Turned Out as Best in UACE 7 1

Discontinuing semi candidates is becoming a common practice for many so-called first-class schools that subject their learners to pre-registration tests, to determine whom they will register for national examinations, and whom to throw out, instead of helping them, improve, which is what school is for.
15:21
15:21

900 Displaced by Floods in Napak District

Moses Eriaku, the Vice-Chairperson of Aolio Village said many people are now sleeping in the cold and urged for help from well-wishers.
14:58
14:58

SC Villa Unveils Greek Tactician Koukouras as Head Coach 1

Koukouras was unveiled today Monday Morning plus his technical bench by Club CEO Shawn Mubiru in a brief function held at the club offices in industrial area. He replaced Edward Kaziba who has been club’s head coach for two years.
14:58
14:58

Court Asked to Summon Kyagulanyi For Obtaining False Registration Male Mabirizi 2 1

Mabirizi has petitioned the LDC Magistrates Court to institute criminal proceedings for the offence of obtaining registration by false pretence contrary to section 312 of the Penal Code Act.
14:54
14:54

Pfizer Gives Green Light for Children to Take COVID-19 Jab

According to the results of a study released on Monday, the Company and their German partner BioNTech say that they gave children aged five to 11 years, a two-dose regimen of 10 μg (micrograms) which were administered 21 days apart. The dosage was selected as the preferred dose for safety and effectiveness in children.
14:26
14:26

Rukiga Farmers Receive Produce Storage Facility, Coffee Huller Machine 2 1

The boost is being implemented under Agriculture Cluster Development Project (ACDP) with support from World Bank.
14:07
14:07

Security Warn Leaders, Locals in Kitgum Against Attacking Pastoralists Balalo pastoralists 4 1

Kitgum Resident District Commissioner, William Komakech says whereas the herdsmen illegally entered the area, it was wrong for leaders to incite the community members to attack their cattle.
13:30
13:30

Police Officer on the Run After Releasing Prime Suspect police bond 1

Sgt. Joyce Alioro reportedly released a prime suspect irregularly on Saturday after a burglary and theft offence at Kapuat Primary School in Napak district where thieves stole 58 mattresses and other property kept by the pupils at the school when schools closed for due to covid-19 pandemic.
13:08
13:08

Court Upholds Election of Kilak North MP Gulu High Court 1

While delivering the ruling on Monday from the Gulu High Court, Npalo Nasulu Hussein the Deputy Registrar, Gulu High Court said that Ojera`s petition lacked substance. He dismissed the petition with costs.
13:06
13:06

First African Apostolic Nuncio Retires After Clocking 75 1 Top story

The Canon Law requires Catholic prelates to submit their resignation letters from the pastoral governance of their dioceses, or any other duties, to the Pontiff after clocking the mandatory retirement age of 75 years
12:59
12:59

Stray Dogs Maul 21 Goats in Luwero 2

Lawrence Nyanzi one of the first area locals to visit the scene of the attack recounts to Uganda Radio Network -URN that they found most of the 21 goats dead while others were fighting for their lives due to bite injuries inflicted by the dogs.
12:50
12:50

Kabarole Residents Want Pozzolana Mining Halted over Environmental Degradation 4 4

Residents say that mining activities have put their lives at a risk due to dust, vibration from machines and flying rocks from sites that have destroyed their houses.
12:07
12:07

Gulu City Councilors Struggle to Declare Wealth Online 1 1

The IG recently directed all public officers in the country including elected leaders from Chairperson LCIII to make a declaration of their wealth or poverty before August 7, 2021.
11:42
11:42

14 Uncoded Schools in Otuke Await Gov't Takeover 4

Alfred Malinga, the Chief Administrative Officer explained that the District does not have enough resources to support these schools. He is worried that they may not be able to accommodate learners when schools open after the lock down.
11:34
11:34

Anglican Priest Suspended for Aiding Sale Of Church Land 1

Rev. Sekiziyivu’s suspension followed complaints by Christians questioning how he handled and allowed the takeover of church land without due regard to the processes and procedures of the church. Rev Sekiziyivu was suspended together with the Archdeacon of Gayaza, Rev Herbert Nyanzi Kabanda who was his immediate supervisor.
10:44
10:44

Bududa Teachers Default on UGX 100M Sacco Loan 3

In 2017, over 150 teachers from Bududa district borrowed loans from Bududa Teachers Sacco at an interest of 8% per annum and a repayment period of two years. However, only 170 Million Shillings has been recovered from 100 teachers.
09:53
09:53

Kalungu District Struggling With Unsafe Abortions teenage preganacies 2 1

Dr Daniel Ssentamu, the Kalungu District Health Officer says that their Reproductive Healthcare status report indicates that pregnancies by underage girls below 19 years are contributing an average of 18% of overall statistics of expecting mothers who seek antenatal services in the area; a figure he says is worrying.
09:23
09:23

One in Ten Boda Boda Riders in Kampala Using Stimulants- Study 4 1

The researchers at the department of population studies say they interviewed and tested over 780 riders in four Kampala divisions of Makindye, Nakawa, Rubaga and Kawempe where they would flag down whoever was carrying a passenger or one that had just dropped off a customer.
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