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18:02
18:02

Iguru Breaks Silence on Planned Bagungu Secession bugungu secession 3 1 Top story

According to Iguru, there is no need for separation from Bunyoro Kingdom since the monarchy is hospitable, unifying and recognizes the values of each tribe.
17:37
17:37

Gomba Finally Passes Property Compensation Rates government valuer 2

The Gomba district deputy speaker Moses Luzigi shares that although many members wanted to inflate figures eyeing the oil pipeline project. forgetting that the same approved rates will be used in other compensation woes. He says it is of that reason why he spent times lobbing colleagues not to under look the fact that the rate will be applied in other circumstance where they might affect the resident.
16:43
16:43

US Advises On Uganda, Rwanda Dispute US Embassy Kampala 1 1

Nagy, who met President Museveni on Friday, said although he was scheduled to meet Rwandan President, Paul Kagame he isn’t in the region as a mediator or special envoy, but said as US they support peace and democracy.
16:13
16:13

Kagame Hits at Uganda Again for Hosting Rwandan Dissidents 3 1

Rwanda, Kagame said has been begging Uganda and will continue to beg for the latter’s support in trying to silence dissidents. Kagame spoke about several meetings he has had with Museveni discussing the matter. In person, Kagame said he has begged Museveni to deal with the matter.
14:45
14:45

Kadaga Should Retire as MP In 2021-Kanyeihamba affirmative action 3

During debate on the provisions, there was a proposal to put an embargo on lifting of the affirmative action for UPDF, workers, women, youth and PWD representatives.
13:31
13:31

Kasese Leaders Want Mubuku Scheme OC Transferred 3

They accused the in charge of Mubuku Irrigation Scheme, Lawrence Tibesigwa of failure to perform his duties.
13:08
13:08

NRM Chairperson Impeached for Hosting Gen. Muntu child 1 3 Top story

The NRM Party Village and Parish Chairpersons impeached Muwaya this morning accusing him of hosting Gen. Muntu during the introduction ceremony of his daughter on March 2nd, 2019 to introduce his new formation to voters.
12:41
12:41

Nile Bridge Contractor Used Trial Technology–Parliament Committee japan government 1 Top story

Now, in its findings the Committee notes that although the structure of the main bridge is sound and lacks any defects, the surface of the bridge was affected by the failure of the asphalt concrete and the liquid to bond with the water proofing solution known as Sikalastic.
12:07
12:07

Excitement As Rakai Hospital Gets Neonatal Care Unit 2

Helen Nakintu, the Coordinator of Brick by Brick Uganda, a Non-Governmental Organization that advocates for improved health for young mothers in Masaka region, says they have been receiving calls from the managers of the hospital about the need for a neonatal unit.
11:46
11:46

Thriving Teenage Prostitution Worries Kalangala Officials the penal code act 3

Isaac Ssali, a counselor who led the fact finding mission, says several girls including university students go to the landing sites to get involved in sex trade to earn a living. He says some of the teenagers lie to their parents that they have gone to the university or abroad for work but end up on landing sites in the district to make money.
10:53
10:53

Lwengo Muslim Community Prepares To Get New Kadhi 2

Hajji Ahmed Nyago, the UMSC Electoral Commission Chairperson who oversaw the nomination exercise, thanked the Muslims for being peaceful and supportive to the care taker Kadhi and his team during the tough times after the death of their former Kadhi.
09:27
09:27

Kabale Mayor's Garden Neglected 2 1

John Beijakare, a resident of Rwakaraaba village in Northern Division in Kabale Municipality, says two thieves emerged from the bushy mayor’s garden last week and grabbed his phone at night as he was walking on the pavement. Beijakare wonders why Municipality authorities do not clear the bushes in mayor’s garden.
08:48
08:48

UWOPA Counts Gains, Losses on Women’s Issues 7

Kamugo says that only one out of the four donors of its 2016-2021 strategic plan is still funding the association, which money is earmarked for paying the five staff at the secretariat. Plan International, Democratic Governance Facility, European Union and UNDP are expected to support the implementation of the plan.
08:31
08:31

Police Seize 30Kg Ivory in Amuru 1 Top story

Patrick Jimmy Okema, the Aswa River Region Police spokesperson, says the suspects are being investigated under SD 28/07/03/2019 of Elegu Police Station. He says they will be charged with illegal possession of protected species once investigations are complete.
08:20
08:20

Museveni Warns Bunyangabu Leaders Against Telling Lies agricultural 3 1

The President also summoned the Bunyangabu Chief Administrative Officer – CAO Nsungwa Ruhweeza to explain why he had told him that all the roads were in a good state yet in actual sense the roads are in sorry state.
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