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18:27
18:27

Muslim Leaders Call for Unity, Reconciliation 1 3

Sheikh Lukman Wakinyankali, a member from the Kibuli faction set the stage when he emphasized the need for unity. He says the event was a good platform for Muslims to set their differences aside and unite for the same cause.
17:28
17:28

Legislators Push for Creation of Human Rights Abuse Fund 1

This is part of the recommendations in the committee report on the Human Rights Enforcement Bill, 2015, which seeks to enforce Article 50 4 of the constitution
16:33
16:33

Bishops Call for Dialogue, Trust 5 1

At Kasese Cathedral, Francis Aquirinus Kibira, the Bishop of Kasese Catholic Diocese called upon Christians to desist from infidelity and stay true to their marriage vows.
16:03
16:03

Kitgum RDC, DPC Clash Over Parading Suspect 2 1

Oola ordered that the suspect be paraded before the media to send a strong warning to civil servants who steal government property to deprive the public from services.
15:46
15:46

Fishermen Protest Death of Their Colleague jinja 4 1

Molson Bizitu, the area Councilor who also doubles as the Speaker Jinja municipal council, said they have given police an ultimatum of two weeks to arrest Kayira whom they fault for orchestrating murder on the lake.
15:17
15:17

Travelers Want Public Transport Regulated makerere university 6 1

Dr. Derek Muhwezi Banyweine, an Urban Planning Specialist at Makerere University, agrees that government needs to rethink the way public transport is regulated.
15:08
15:08

Corruption, Land Grabbing Big Problems For Uganda -Bishop Luwalira christmas 6 1

The Bishop of Namirembe Diocese Rt. Rev. Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira has warned that corruption and other vices like land grabbing are to drown the country.
14:56
14:56

Rwenzururu Kingdom Warns Youths Against Drunkenness, Unprotected Sex

Gadi Mbayahi, the chairman of the Rwenzururu Kingdom prime ministerial commission says many youth tend to live recklessly during Christmas and end up doing things that endanger not only their lives but also pose negative effects on the entire community.
14:52
14:52

Lira Municipal To Get Ugx 55B World Bank Funding For Infrastructure usmid program 3

Under the phase two of USMID project that shall run for five years, Lira Municipal is set to upgrade to tarmac some of the roads situated within the central business town.Some of the roads to be tarmacked includes, Olwol, Noteber, Obangakene, Oyam, Bala, and Aputi.
14:42
14:42

Steady Prices, High Turnover in Moroto on Christmas moroto municipality 1 1

Robert Ojangole, the Chairperson Business Community in South Division in Moroto Municipality says only prices for spices shot up due to low supply from Bugisu region.
14:36
14:36

Shilling Loans Grow By 18.5 Percent 1 1

The executive director research and policy Adam Mugume says people are borrowing more shilling-denominated loans than dollar-denominated ones because of exchange rate volatility.
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14:00

Christmas: Archbishop Lwanga urges Christians to uphold peace 6

Lwanga said Jesus Christ brought peace that is why there is happiness, hence the need to uphold peace. He said wherever and whenever there is peace everyone smiles, which makes it incumbent for each and every one to promote peace.
13:59
13:59

Bidibidi Riots: OPM, Partners To Meet Over Unfair Food Policy 1 1

The Office of the Prime Minister led by Ruhakana Rugunda and Partners working in the refugee response will meet next week over the refugee food strike at Bidi Bidi camp.
13:22
13:22

Sex Workers Bail Out Colleague To Enjoy Christmas soroti municipality 1

Stephen Ojok, the Officer In-charge of Soroti Central Police Station, says although prostitution is illegal, they can only act after establishing facts on ground.
12:51
12:51

Kigezi High School in UGX 800 million Debt secondary school 5 1

Alfred Kabuchu, the Chairperson Kigezi High School Old Students Association-KHOSA, says due to lack of financial capacity, the school has failed to rehabilitate dormitories and lavatories, which are dilapidated.
12:17
12:17

High Crime Rates Worry Bunyoro King omukama of bunyoro 1

Iguru also warned the people of Bunyoro against excessive alcohol consumption during Christmas festivities.
12:01
12:01

Councilors, Support Staff Storm Mbale Municipal Council Over Allowances 1

James Kutosi, the Mbale Municipal Council Information Officer told URN that the councilors would receive payment for at least one month.
11:44
11:44

Farmers Associations Oppose Indigenous Seed Registration kitgum 1 3

Joseph Magezi, the chairperson Mityana Farmers Association says farmers are unsettled by the ongoing registration because it might lead to the phasing out of indigenous seeds.
11:27
11:27

Gap Between Parliament, Districts Fueling Corruption francis okwameri 5

Francis Okwameri, the Katakwi District Speaker, says parliament often passes policies without consulting district council yet some of them contradict the operations of local governments.
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10:20

Mak Staffs: We Expect High Integrity from New Council makerere university 1 3

Dr. Kamunyu observes that staffs are unwilling to compromise on issues relating to integrity, staff welfare and improved working environment.
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