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Jul 2013 22 results
18:08
18:08

Police Releases Picture of Rakai Serial Killer Fred Mujulizi rakai killings 1 1

The Uganda Police Force has finally released the photograph of Fred Mujulizi, the man wanted for a number of murders in Rakai. Police describe Mujulizi as a highly dangerous individual who will not hesitate to kill if he suspects he is about to be exposed. Extreme caution is advised when dealing with him.
17:52
17:52

Police Holds 12 FDC Women League Leaders

Ibin Senkumbi, the Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson says no charges have been preferred against the women activists, adding that they are being held at Kampala Central Police station under preventive arrest.
17:45
17:45

UN Report: Uganda Continues To Decline In HIV Fight unaids

Uganda continues to post poor results in the fight against HIV/Aids according to a new report by the United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). The report South Africa categorises Uganda, once seen as a model in the fight against the deadly virus, among the countries with stagnating or increasing HIV incidences.
17:19
17:19

Parents Stuck With Their Children As Secondary Schools Remain Closed 1

Tusiime says that she is disturbed by the actions of the students, which led to the closure of schools in the Sheema district.
17:14
17:14

Fishermen Protest as Police Fails to arrest Suspected Masaka Cult Leader religious beliefs 3 1

A woman as Julian Nakacwa also known as Maama Julius has taken charge of much of Kaziru landing site. She has issued orders that fishing activities stop on the landing site and led to the razing down of a local entertainment centre as a harbour of sinfulness. She has also ordered for the closure of two schools because her preaching prohibits formal education.
16:58
16:58

IGG Wants Procurement For Kanungu Bridge Repairs Repeated broken bridges

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) Irene Mulyagonja has ordered Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) to repeat the procurement process for a contractor for emergency repairs on the Ntungwe/Mitaano bridges in Rukungiri district.
16:06
16:06

PM Mbabazi Wins Defamation Suit Against UK Paper opm scandal

The UK’s Daily Mail reported in October last year that Mbabazi had received 10 million Pounds, part of development aid, on his private account. In the now widely publicized scandal in the Office of the Prime Minister, staff are suspected to have diverted the money meant to facilitate post-war recovery programmes in northern Uganda.
16:03
16:03

Lukwago Stings Tumwebaze, Musisi In Tribunal kcca tribunal 1

He said the authority for which he is being accused of failing to lead is not fully constituted.
15:44
15:44

Parliament Describes Adrisi as a Patriot Committed to Unity mustafa adrisi 1 4

Woman Representative for Yumbe district Oleru Huda Abason said that General Mustafa was not only a military man but also socially engaged. She said that Adrisi to social development of Northern Uganda by ordering every soldier to build their own house.
15:11
15:11

8 Cops Held Over Theft of Exhibits 1

Joseph Angucia, the West Nile regional spokesperson says the suspects were picked up for allegedly sharing money they recovered as exhibit from Patrick Agele following a robbery at Bakar Forex Bureau in Arua Park in Kampala.
14:26
14:26

Teacher's Salary Demands Disrupt Assessment of UPE Perfomance teachers strike 2 2

However, the assessment teams were shocked not to find various teachers in some of the selected schools.
13:08
13:08

Museveni: General Adrisi was a Decent Man idi amin dada 1 1

President Yoweri Museveni has described the late former Vice President General Mustafa Adrisi as a decent person inspite of serving in a regime that made many mistakes. Museveni says Adrisi was forced into exile because the UPC government believed anyone who had worked under Amin must be a bad person.
12:45
12:45

Pastoralists Sell Off Cattle at Giveaway Prices as Drought Persists ssembabule

The most affected areas are Lugushuuru, Ntuusi, Lwemiyaga and Mawogola sub counties, which are found in the cattle corridor, but lack ground water sources.
11:56
11:56

Police Holds Mother for Strangling Own Child to Death 2

He says residents ganged up against Naluwanda, which forced her to confess that she had strangled the boy to death and dumped he in a pit latrine.
11:28
11:28

Kabale Teachers Call off Strike 2

Some of the teachers claimed that they have not received their April and May pay as well.
10:57
10:57

Acholi War Debt Claimants Protest Deductions on Their Money compensation

According to some beneficiaries, they were meant to receive 226,000 shillings, but were shocked to find 160,000 shillings.
10:50
10:50

Local Miners In Tanzania Want Export Processing Zone minerals 2 2

Members of Manyara Regional Miners Association in Tanzania are pushing for the establishment of an Export Processing Zone-EPZ in Mirereni Township to promote local development. The association which comprises 700 members is demanding that the Tanzanian government establishes an export processing zone for Tanzanite mineral in the township of Mirerani to spur local development.
10:30
10:30

Cassava Farmers Stuck As Prices Drop soroti district 2

Cassava farmers stuck with their produce because of lack of market. Cassava farmers who expected to reap big because of the poor harvest, have now resorted to selling at lower prices.
10:03
10:03

General Adrisi's Body Lies In State mustafa adirisi 2

The body of former Vice President General Adrisi Mustafa is currently lying in state at Parliament for public viewing.
09:48
09:48

Manafwa Murder Suspects Transferred to Kireka karamoja sub region

Diana Nandawula, the Elgon Regional police spokesperson confirms the development saying the group is being interrogated at Kireka.
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