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20:05

Masaka Bishop Moots for Youth Agricultural Training Centre 2

Bishop Jjumba explains that the agriculture training center for the diocese will help to equip youth with survival skills, as well as building a new foundation towards reviving farming; the main economic activity that spurred development in the area.
19:57
19:57

Floods Destroy Property in Ntoroko 1 4

Hannifah Kabahweza, one of the affected, says that the floods killed 20 of her ducks and also destroyed their home that is now about to collapse
19:34
19:34

Government Sides With Finasi In Lubowa Hospital Saga Finasi/ROKO 1 2

Government has said it is not worried about the scuffles between the Special Purpose Vehicle Finasi/ROKO as long as the construction of the International Specialized hospital of Uganda is ongoing.
19:34
19:34

Nakasongola DISO Accused of Vandalising Gov't Vehicles 1

The Nakasongola District LC 5 Chairman Lt Sam Kigula and Chief Administrative Officer Chief Administrative Officer Robert Abenaitwe said the incident was regrettable and they were handling it administratively before declining to divulge into the incident.
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Kabaka Calls for Boost to Restoration of Cooperatives buganda kingdom 1 3

The Kabaka recalled that the inception of cooperatives in Singo and Masaka (Buddu County) in 1913, propelled coffee and cotton farmers into prosperity when they started keeping their earnings in form of Savings in the different cooperative societies.
19:12
19:12

Increased Power Tariffs Irk Kasese Residents 1

According to the notice, domestic consumers are now paying UGX 739 from 611.5 that was being charged per unit consumed. Commercial consumers who have been paying 556.3 shillings per unit are now paying 674.4 shillings for each unit consumed while medium industrial consumers that have been paying 553 shillings per unit will now be paying 668.9 for each unit of power consumed.
18:57
18:57

Court Dismisses 14 Criminal Cases in Kasese over Lack of Witnesses 3

The cases were dismissed by Fort Portal High Court judge Wilson Masalu Musene during a two-week high court criminal session.
18:54
18:54

MP Cecilia Ogwal Pins Gen. Tumwine on Alleged Attack gen. elly tumwine 5 1 Top story

Tumwine allegedly attacked Ogwal over statements she had made on the floor of parliament pinning him for drawing a gun against her. The alleged confrontation followed a debate in which several MPs accused Tumwine of severally questioning the powers of parliament and directives made by the Speaker Rebecca Kadaga.
18:41
18:41

Police Arrests Three Thugs At Mini Price 1

Nduhura identified the suspects by one name as Mwanje, Kaweesi and Umar who have been targeting crowds in rush hours of morning and evening by snatching their valuables.
18:39
18:39

High Court Dismisses Stella Nyanzi Review Application Jane Frances aboddo 1 1

Delivering her ruling on Wednesday, High Court Criminal Division Judge Jane Frances Abodo dismissed the application on grounds that she did not find the nine grounds of the review application justifiable.
18:12
18:12

MPs to Summon Security Officers over CCTV Footage Gen. Elly Tumwiine 6 1

On Wednesday the Chairperson Clement Kenneth Ongalo-Obote told MPs that he had taken trouble to inspect the site where the incident occurred and ascertained that the positioning of the CCTV camera at the particular area is a matter of security concern since it leaves blind spots.
17:54
17:54

UGX 8bn Kitintale Market Commissioned KCCA 5 2

The first phase is expected to last 12 months at a cost of 3.74 billion shillings.
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Kitgum Crop Laboratory Lies Idle 3 1

Joseph Ochieng, a farmer in Lakwor parish in Lagoro Sub County, says the facility has been dormant since it was established and calls on government to ensure that it doesn’t go to waste since it isn’t helping farmers.
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17:27

Mother Shares Agony and Ecstasy of Raising a Genius 4 1

In primary three, Lubowa was tested and declared a genius. He had a kind of intellect that would make a parent leap for joy. But there was a problem; he needed an accelerated education program to match his intellect, and this implied that the Ugandan mainstream education system would not help him in any way.
17:05
17:05

FUBA Suspends Three Players Over Scuffle Basketball 1

Minutes after Powers' forward Geoffrey Soro and Warriors Saidi Amisi were ejected from the YMCA Arena over the fight, Power's center Philip Ameny is seen in a video footage elbowing Warriors Imran Samad before picking up the rebound.
17:03
17:03

Museveni Didn’t Clear Development of Lusanja Land– Witness lusanja evictions 2 2

Testifying as a witness in the consolidated petitions arising from the contentious Lusanja land evictions, Irene Birungi an official from State House said the people who claim ownership of the land have been developing the area but not on orders of the President and the government.
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16:38

Breastmilk Donation: A Wet Nurses’ Experience with Quintuplets Ministry of Health 3

As a working mother, Namugwanya used to express the milk every morning and kept it in the fridge. She had to do this for two months and now feels the three girls and two boys that she saved are part of her life.
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16:30

Coffee Bill Offends Socio Economic Rights-Lawyers 3 1 Top story

Jude Byamukama, a lawyer with JByamukama and Co advocates observes that the National Coffee bill is trying to establish a government monopoly over the coffee production chain other than regulate the industry.
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Music Prodigies Pay Tribute to Amakondere Star Mbabi Katana Makerere University 1 2

In the music circles, historicals are paying glowing tribute to him, for setting a pace that is hardly matched in pre and post-independence Uganda. They state that by heart, Katana knew all the problems facing music education in Africa and worked hard to provide solutions to them. He is also praised for his unique sense of instrument sounds and waves.
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15:56

Uganda Increases Food Supply to WFP 1 2

World Food Programme Country director El Khidir Daloum says the agency intends to buy Grade One Maize grains for feeding the 1.3 Million refugees settled in Uganda. He says they hope to achieve the quota in the second season after erratic rains disorganized the first planting season in most parts of the country.
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