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21:34
21:34

Busoga United Drops Three Home Points to KCCA FC match 1

KCCA’s head coach, Mike Mutebi said his team is organized but still struggles to get a win. “My team has earned six points in two matches but have seen them struggling to it,” he said.
21:23
21:23

Mao Faults Museveni’s Leadership Over Brutal Killings 4 1

According to Mao, the failure by the government to explain the murders is a clear indication that the country is led by Mafias. He argues that the killers are known to government and their intention is to intimidate Ugandans.
21:06
21:06

180 Job Seekers Sue External Labor Recruitment Firm, Demand Refund 2 2 Top story

The applicants want court to compel the company and its Directors to refund their money worth Shillings 715.5 million they took from them with promises of getting them lucrative job placements in the Middle East between 2018 and 2019.
20:51
20:51

New UBTEB Board Chair Promises to Cut Costs, Transparency 3 3 Top story

“During my term of office, we have increased revenue for the Board from Shillings 13billion to 20.8billion shillings. That’s a tremendous achievement. We have also accredited examination centres from 447 to 467; acquired one acre of land from the Ministry of Education and Sports for UBTEB Assessment Centre,” Professor Baryamureeba said.
20:25
20:25

Thomas Kwoyelo`s Family Loses Only Transport Means to Court in Fraudulent Sale col thomas kwoyelo 2

On November 10th, 2016, Kwoyelo`s sister, Margaret Auma bought a Bajaj Motorcycle registration number UEN 785F at Shillings 3.5 million to facilitate the family members to travel to Gulu High court to following his trial.
19:56
19:56

Mbale Imposes Livestock Quarantine Over Foot and Mouth Disease Outbreak 1 Top story

Mbale District Veterinary Officer, Dr. Philip Wekimwere announced the ban on livestock movement and its product in his September 3rd, 2019 letter to the Chief Administrative officer.
19:43
19:43

Approach of Parliamentary Consultations on Electoral Reforms Disputed in Masaka 6 1 Top story

Agnes Namusiitwa, one of the regional coordinators of the Citizens Coalition for Electoral Democracy-CEDDU in Masaka, says the committee hardly interfaced with 50 people in Masaka.
18:43
18:43

School Director Arrested for Assaulting Teacher Jinja 1 1 Top story

It is alleged that Kamali stormed Byansi’s office on Tuesday morning demanding for his last term’s salary arrears worth 2,000,000 Shillings. A heated argument broke out between the two and lasted for close to 30 minutes.
18:26
18:26

Two Arrested in Dokolo for Impersonating UPDF Soldiers Uganda Police Force 1 1

Lawrence Egole, the Dokolo Resident District Commissioner who jointly coordinated the operation with the police says the suspects had been holding various illegal roadblocks at night along the Dokolo-Amolatar district highway and extorting money from passengers. Lawrence Egole, the Dokolo Resident District Commissioner who jointly coordinated the operation with the police says the suspects had been holding various illegal roadblocks at night along Dokolo to Amolatar district highway and extorting money from passengers.
18:22
18:22

Kaweesi Murder Suspects Return to Luzira As Judge Fails to Sign Bail Ruling 3 3 Top story

The court Registrar, Stellah Atim told the suspects that Justice Lydia Mugambe who granted them bail last month hasn’t signed on her ruling. She told the suspects that she doesn’t have powers to release them despite the fact that Justice Mugambe’s decision is on file until she signs the ruling.
18:07
18:07

Internal Affairs Minister Tasked to Explain Rampant Kidnaps, Murders 3

The Internal Affairs Minister Gen. Jeje Odongo has this afternoon been tasked to explain the new wave of kidnaps and murders across the country.
17:53
17:53

Luweero Leaders Divided On Independents Electoral reforms 3

Shafik Ntege the Luweero District National Resistance Movement Administrative secretary and Godfrey Kaddu defended the amendment saying they will help to strengthen the parties and instill discipline in members.
17:41
17:41

Anonymous Letter, Bullets Dropped at State Attorney’s Gate Isaac Sendegeya 2 Top story

The letter contains death threats directed at Rukungiri Chief Magistrate, Moses Kule Lubangula, Rukungiri District Police Commander, Moses Nanoka, two prominent lawyers, Mark Mwesigye of M/s Mark Mwesigye & Company Advocates and Jonathan Bwagi of Bwagi & Company Advocates.
17:41
17:41

Education Ministry Officials Fail to Explain UGX 23bn Excess Expenditures 2

During the financial year, Parliament appropriated a budget totalling 212.4 billion Shillings but a review of their books of accounts indicated total expenditure of 227 billion shillings representing an excess of 13.8 billion.
17:33
17:33

CID Headquarters Takes Over Investigations of James Kalumba's Murder 1 1

Patrick Onyango, police spokesperson for Kampala Metropolitan, said Monday has taken over the case since family members accuse the area police station of demanding for money during investigations.
17:32
17:32

20,000 Affected as Uganda Restricts Open Door Refugee Policy 3 1

Engineer Hilary Onek, the Minister for Disaster Preparedness, Refugees and Relief says all asylum seekers will now be processed for refugees’ status on a case by case basis as opposed to the previous mass admissions into the various settlements.
17:20
17:20

Uganda to Spend UGX 100m on Jamafest 3

The Festival will feature a carnival, art exhibitions, a symposium, live performances, films, literary works, a fashion show and tradition games.
17:18
17:18

Medical Insurance Not a Silver Bullet for Uganda’s Health Challenges Ministry of Health 2

Grace Kiwanuka, the Executive Director of Uganda Healthcare Federation told Uganda Radio Network that having the scheme working could take us decades but the government needs to urgently inform the community that free healthcare is not tenable.
17:13
17:13

Agago Resorts to VHTs as Public Facilities Run Without Doctor Boda Boda 2

Dr. Emma Otto Omony, the DHO said they have resorted to training VHTs to go beyond the simple roles of educating people about nutrition and other prevention interventions to training them on how to detect signs of labor so that mothers dying or delivering unattended to is minimized.
16:33
16:33

West Nile Voters Reject Proposed Electoral Reforms On Independent Candidates 1 3

Lilly Akello Rose Woman MP Karenga and member of the Legal Affairs committee of parliament says there is no need to bar the independents from participating since their fate is finally determined by the voters.
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