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Amnesty International Condemns Nyanzi Prosecution dr stella nyanzi 1

Dr Nyanzi is charged with two counts including cyber harassment and offensive communication contrary to sections 24 and 25 of the Computer Misuse Act 2011. She denied the charges.
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18:44

Kabarole Model Parish In Desperate Wait for Water, Electricity 2

Patrick Musana, a farmer says that the parish has limited water sources, which forces them to travel several kilometers away to fetch water. Musana says that he spends huge sums of money to buy water for his animals. A jerry can of water costs between 300 and 500 shillings.
18:05
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Inadequate Counseling Blights HIV Management In Luweero counselling 3 1

Abdullah Musisi Zziwa, the Coordinator of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Luweero, says the health workers mostly focus in administering drugs to patients without adequately interacting with them to understand their individual challenges.
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37 Rounded Up in Kabale Police Operation easter festivities 2 1

At least 37 people are in police custody in Kabale following what police called an operation to fight criminality in Kabale Municipality.
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Trade Minister Wants Anti-Counterfeit Law Expedited 2

The Bill introduced in 2015 is meant to prohibit the manufacture in counterfeit goods through protection of intellectual property rights. It will prohibit release of counterfeit goods in the community, and create offenses relating to dealing in counterfeit goods.
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Kagezi Murder File Still Empty Two Years After Shooting joan kagezi

Immediately after the assassination of Joan Kagezi in March 2015, police jumped into action carrying out random arrests. Two years later, however, there is no progress beyond witness statements, scene of crime and ballistic reports.
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16:19

Masaka Residents Form Vigilante Groups anonymous letters 5 1 Top story

Francis Mawanda, the Chairman Kyabakuza Trading center along Masaka-Mbarara highway, says they have unanimously passed resolutions with their Lwengo and Masaka counterparts to form vigilante groups to police their communities. Mawanda says they have also agreed to fundraise money to facilitate the vigilante groups.
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15:24

Police Takes over Security as Moroto Hospital Hands Over drainage 1

Dr. Filbert Nyeko arrived at Moroto Regional Referral Hospital in a private vehicle registration number UAZ 275G this afternoon accompanied by officers from the State House Health monitoring unit and Mt Moroto Regional Police Commander, Richard Aruk Maruk.
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14:49

Man Shot Dead Along Salaama Road 1

Emilian Kayima, the Kampala Metropolitan Spokesperson, says they are hunting for the girl who is said to have left with the assailants.
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Agriculture Gets More Money for Army Worm Control vincent sempijja 2 1 Top story

Agriculture Minister, Vincent Bamulangaki Sempijja confirmed that the Fall Army-worm has marched further to 54 districts. The Government has subsequently increased the funding towards emergency coordination against the Fall Army-worm believed to have been in the country since mid-last year.
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14:20

Rwenzururu Royal Guard Delivers from Prison rwenzori clashes 1

Musoki was arrested on November 27 alongside Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere and more than 180 other royal guards, with whom they are charged with terrorism, murder, aggravated robbery and attempted murder.
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Gov't Delivers Food Relief to Katakwi Residents katakwi district 3

Viola Akurut, the Katakwi Woman MP, says the food relief will help the affected community as they wait to harvest the crops planted during the first rain.
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12:57

Uganda Hosts Biggest Logistics Expo 4

Uganda will from April 25 to 27 host what is being billed as the biggest logistics expo ever as the country strategises to transform into a logistics regional hub. The expo, to be attended by close to 2,000 delegates, is aimed at showcasing logistics potential, opportunities and status with the major objective being translating Ugandas land-linked nature into a regional logistics hub.
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12:38

Police Restricts Access to Headquarters police headquarters

In a radio message dispatched to all units on Monday afternoon last week, signed by Haji Moses Balimwoyo, the Director Human Resource Administration, all police officers seeking to access the Police headquarters will be required to wear uniform and carry a matching order from the commanders of their respective unit
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Lecturers Speak Tough on Salary Enhancement janet museveni 1

Lecturers at public universities have given the Ministry of Finance an ultimatum of April 26 to come up with a clear position regarding their salary enhancement. Under the Forum for Academic Staff of Public Universities FASPU, the lecturers want the ministries of Finance and Education to ensure that 50 billion shillings salary enhancement for the over 3000 staff at public universities is included in the budget of 2017/2018 as agreed in 2014.
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11:54

Express FC Revives Masaka Fan Base nakiwala kiyingi 1 2

Julius Bakunda, one of the Express FC technical Committee officials says Lwasas appointment has boosted the morale of the players. He explains that Lwasa has promised to pay the players Shillings 300,000 for each goal scored.
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11:07

16 Arrested As Police Raid Makeshift Discos In Omoro uganda police force

Justine Odong Obiya, the Koro Sub County chairperson, says Police conducted the operation to apprehend teenagers spending nights in discos. He says the suspects include minors aged between 13 and 17 years.
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10:45

Only 2 Teachers at Kaabong Senior Secondary School on Pay Roll

Santina Sangar, the Kaabong District Inspector of Schools, says several efforts to push for recruitment and inclusion of the available teachers on the payroll havent yielded results. According to Sangar, the A level classes have been suspended because of inadequate teaching staff.
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Moroto Officials on the Spot for Delaying Youth Funds 3 1

Richard Alinga, the Moroto Chief Finance Officer Moroto, said some groups had very names, which affected the bank transactions. He denied claims level against his official for sitting on requests made by the Community Development Office.
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07:37

DPP Drops Charges Against Lango Cultural Leaders tekwaro lango

The seven were accused of holding an illegal assembly that elected Eng. Michael Odongo Okune, the Executive Director of Road Fund as a Parallel Paramount Chief of Lango disregarding Yosam Odur Ebii, the incumbent Paramount Chief.
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