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21:30
21:30

EU Gives UGX 25 Billion for Refugees Education european union 1 5

The Resilient teachers, students and education systems in South Sudan and Uganda project, will be spearheaded by Oxfam. It will focus on improved access and completion of safe quality education for learners in the fragile and crisis-affected environment.
20:29
20:29

DP Mobilizes in Bukomansimbi for LC Elections joseph ssekibaala 4 1

Joseph Ssekibaala, the DP chairperson for Bukomansimbi district says after waiting for a very long time in vain, their members had lost hope in ever having another village council polls.
20:04
20:04

Kisoro Students Arrested For Violent Strike vote rigging 2

Ssekalema says that angry students accused the school administration of vote rigging and announcing Fred Tumukunde as the head prefect, yet they had overwhelmingly voted his opponent, Julius Mugisha.
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19:46

District Physical Planner Grilled Over Issuance of Titles in Wetlands 5 1

Ruth Nakatudde Galabuzi, the Wakiso District Physical Planner has today been grilled by the Land Probe over issuance of land titles in wetlands and central forest reserves within the district.
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19:37

NRM MPs Disagree on Mobilization for Local Council Elections 2 1

Vice President Edward Sekandi and NRM Parliamentary Caucus Vice Chairperson Solomon Silwany today convened a meeting of the NRM parliamentary caucus to convince MPs to mobilize support for the partys local council candidates in their constituencies.
19:17
19:17

Former Polling Agents Threaten to Sue MP Over Allowances 3

According to the polling agents, they were each promised 30, 000 shillings.
18:47
18:47

Kadaga Calls for Review of Decentralization Policy local governments 1

The Speaker also raised the concern of insufficient funding to Local Governments, which she said is one of their biggest challenges and affecting service delivery.
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Police to Chase Crime Preventers From Stations european union 5 1

Elizabeth Lukwago, a resident of Kisenyi said police have visited their area on numerous occassions with promises of improving the situation but nothing is implemented.
18:31
18:31

Lumpy Skin Disease Hits Cattle in Moroto 2 1

Dr. Okino says they suspect the disease to have been caused by uncontrolled movement of cattle especially from the neighboring Turkana animals.
18:02
18:02

Uganda Gets UGX 158 Billion Loan to Upgrade Masaka – Mbarara Power Line

The 35 Million Euro financing agreement was signed this morning at the German Embassy in Kampala. Matia Kassaija, the Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development and the Managing Director Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited Willy K. Kiryahika represented the government of Uganda.
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18:00

Boda boda Riders React to Kayihura's Arrest 1

The long serving former Police chief was picked up by the military from his country home in Kasagama in Lyantonde district on Wednesday last week and locked up at Makindye Military police barracks.
17:53
17:53

Moroto TB Patients Abandon Treatment 1 1

Statistics from the district health office indicates that 87 patients recorded between January and March this year abandoned treatment
17:34
17:34

Kikagati Town Council Stuck with Dilapidated Buildings 2 1

Early this year, the council authorities ordered the owners to demolish the buildings. However, the directive has never been implemented.
16:57
16:57

Former Nalufenya Detainees Demand Special Inquiries kale kayihura 1 7 Top story

Retired Major Musisi Galabuzi, one of the former detainees at Nalufenya Police facility, explained that he was picked up on suspicion of assassinating the former Police Spokesperson, Andrew Felix Kaweesi.
16:56
16:56

10 Arrested Over Death of Refugees 2 2

Scores of youths belonging to the Nuer Ethnic group in Tika Four Refugee Cluster in Rhino Camp have been arrested by the police and detained at Yoro base police station in connection with the murder of four Dinkas.
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16:45

KCCA To Take Action On Noisy Churches 4

Peter Ssetenda, the KCCA officer in charge of noise control told Uganda Radio Network that the authority is not sitting back on noisy churches. He says they have met church leaders several times and told them to reduce noise. We have a position on churches, Ssetenda says. He further revealed that they have involved Kampala Minister, Beti Kamya in dialoguing with pastors on noise reduction.
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Teachers Asked to Offer Guidance to Learners uneb 4

Thomas Kagoro says some teachers have neglected to counsel and guide the learners. He says teachers no longer address learners social and psychological problems.
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16:01

Machete Wielding Men Hack One to Death, Injure Two Others in Hoima resident 1

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police spokesperson, says doctors at Hoima Regional Referral Hospital pronounced Mugisa dead on arrival. He says Mugisa sustained several cuts on the head.
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15:27

Police Starts Nationwide Campaign To Clean Image - Onyango 1 2

Patrick Onyango, the deputy national spokesperson says the campaign aims at restoring the integrity of the force as a pro people force.
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25 Aspirants Eye Arua Municipality Seat ibrahim abiriga 1

Top names in the race include Hussein Lumumba Amin, son to former president Idi Amin Dada, former Terego MP and Forum for Democratic Change FDC diehard Kassiano Wadri, former Arua Woman MP and FDC diehard Christine Abia, and prominent lawyer Caleb Alaka.
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