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Drunkard Disrupts Eid Prayers in Kasese eid adhuha

There was drama in Kasese on Friday after a drunken woman briefly disrupted Eid Adha prayers.
16:51
16:51

Muslims Pray For Ebola And Marburg Victims idd adhuha

Muslims in Mityana have expressed concern over the outbreak of the deadly diseases like Ebola and Muburg which have denied them a chance to go for hajj this year.
16:22
16:22

Shoddy Construction Work Blamed on Lack of Supervision shoddy work 1

The failure to supervise construction works has led to an increase of shoddy work. The technical staff are mandated to carry out routine supervision to avoid shoddy works.
16:11
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Ugandan, Congolese Alur Reconcile Over Pre-colonial Conflict alur kingdom

A ritual takes place this Sunday along the Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)border to reconcile two Alur clans over reprisal killings that took place in pre-colonial times. The ceremony, organized by the Alur Kingdom, is to reconcile the Okoro clan in present-day Zombo District in Uganda, who descended from the 29th Alur King, Alworonga, and the Panduru clan in Mahagi Zone in northeastern DRC, who descended from Alworonga’s brother.
15:57
15:57

Muslim Cleric Petitions Parliament over "Rot" in Education Sector muslims

Sheikh Twaha Bugembe, the Masaka Municipality Kadhi, has asked Parliament to investigate allegations that some universities pass out students who fail exams.
15:53
15:53

60 Fishermen Evicted As Kalangala Authorities Close Landing Site poor sanitation

At least 60 fishermen have been evicted from Kisalamala landing site in Kalangala as authorities close it citing poor sanitation, insecurity and illegal operation.
14:59
14:59

Galiwango's Lawyer To Appeal Dismissed Application Against FUFA Officials nakawa 2

The lawyer representing Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) delegate for Mbale, Zubairi Galiwango has said it is still too early for FUFA executive officers to celebrate after their application against them was dismissed by High Court Judge Rogers Musimbi at Nakawa on Thursday.
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14:32

Heavy Rains Disrupt Eid Prayers in Masaka eid al adha 1 2

Heavy rains that started on Thursday night disrupted Eid-al- Adha prayers in Masaka are on Friday.
14:23
14:23

Gulu University Lecturers Go On Strike university strikes

The lecturers have issued a notice indicating that they are suspending teaching over the weekend until their demands are met.
14:02
14:02

Gold, Uranium Search Intensifies In Northern Uganda mining in uganda 1

Several exploration companies have intensified the search for minerals such as gold, limestone and uranium in northern Uganda.
13:42
13:42

Conjoined Twins Born In Fort Portal 1

The conjoined twins, both boys, were born this morning at Fort Portal Referral Hospital. They were immediately referred to Mulago Hospital for better treatment
13:25
13:25

MOH Official Under Marburg Observation

Dr. Sheila Ndyanabangi, a principal medical officer in the ministry of health, has been confirmed to be under medical observation after getting in contact with a victim Marburg virus.
11:56
11:56

Maracha NRM Office Closed Over Unpaid Rent nrm party offices

The office of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) in Maracha district has been closed over failure by the leaders to pay rent that has accumulated to more than four million shillings.
10:56
10:56

FUBA rush to Pay Referees as Play-offs Start ambrose tashobya 2

National Basketball league playoffs resume today after the Federation of Uganda Basketball Association (FUBA) rushed in to pay debts owed to referees on Wednesday and Thursday.
10:26
10:26

NRM Chairperson Blocks Launch of Mobilizers' Think Tank nrm wrangles 1

The NRM party mobilizers want to launch their Think Tank on Saturday, but they have been blocked by Godfrey Nyakahuma, the NRM party district chairperson
10:03
10:03

HIV/AIDS Patients Miss Drugs Because Of Burial

According to Kasaija Joseph, one of the patients and a resident of Kataraka, says that many HIV/AIDS patients didn’t receive their treatment because of the closure of the health centre.
09:30
09:30

Uganda To Receive $6M To Boost Early Infant HIV Diagnostics

UNITAID, a global health initiative, launched the 95 million dollar program in seven countries of which Uganda will take six million dollars in new diagnostic equipment and reagents in Uganda.
09:10
09:10

Women MPs To Fight Child Sacrifice children's rights 2

Teaming up with a woman pastor from Miracle Centre Ministries, Margaret Musungu, the MPs demand that government institutes a child toll free line that can be accessed by children, parents or neighbours in case of any emergency.
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Musumba: Kamuli District A Social Dump kamuli by elections 3

Forum for Democratic Change Vice President Salaam Musumba has described Kamuli district as a social dump. Musumba says it’s only in Kamuli district where a whole community is infested with jiggers and pinned to the ground for the last 20 years.
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