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20:19
20:19

Muni University Graduation Hangs in Balance Over Finances 1 1

The budget performance trend before the committee indicates that the University non-wage budget had only increased from 3.4 billion Shillings in the financial year 2016/2017 to 4.4 billion Shillings in 2018/2019. Dr Picho Odubuker points out that even the 4.4 billion Shillings provided last financial year includes a 1.7 billion Shillings supplementary budget of which only 1 billion Shillings was provided.
19:58
19:58

Witchdoctor Arrested for Defiling, Impregnating Teenage Sisters 1 1

Magambo Musa also known as Mulangira Musoga allegedly told the teenagers to keep around his shrine for somedays. While there, they were sexually abused every night inside the shrines. The girls later revealed the ordeal to their relatives who alerted the police about Magambo’s actions.
19:49
19:49

Uganda’s Oil Sector Suffering from Political Interference – Researchers 1

Writing a chapter in a recently published book on Uganda’s oil sector, Dr Badru Bukenya, an academic at Makerere University and Jaqueline Nakayiza, an independent researcher, observed that “within Uganda’s oil sector, informal institutions and arrangements tend to prevail over rules-based approaches.”
19:21
19:21

Uptake of Annual Health Checks Still Low -Specialists Ministry of Health 5

In an interview with Uganda Radio Network this morning, Dr. Paul Kasenene, a specialist in nutritional, lifestyle and functional medicine said there is still a limited range of things that can be tested for in many health facilities.
18:36
18:36

Security Guard Allegedly Killed by Wife in Domestic Brawl 1 1

Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire, said Okumu’s body was found about five metres from the couple’s home at Binyonyi, Nakawa Division, in Kampala on Sunday night.
18:26
18:26

Secretary Sues Equal Opportunities Commission for Unfair Dismissal

Kasamba joined the commission in January 2017 from Kasese District Local Government on a three-year contract, which would have ended this month. However, he says, the commission, which is constitutionally mandated to eliminate discrimination and inequalities against any individual or group of persons in Uganda, was run along tribal lines, an approach which made the working environment toxic and unbearable.
17:23
17:23

MPs Grill Soroti University Officials Over Funds, Management Soroti Hospital 1 1 Top story

However, the MPs were reluctant to listen to any more demands from the University official until a full report on the previous allocations is provided. Opolot noted that the university lacks an accounting officer currently.
17:07
17:07

One Person Arrested, Two Others Wanted in Makindye Girl's Murder 1 2

Kirabo was kidnapped and strangled by unknown person’s moments after she was sent to buy spices at a shop located about 20 meters from her grandmother’s home. Her body was found in an incomplete building in Makindye Division, over the weekend.
15:19
15:19

Security Agencies Identify 2000 Spots for Upcountry CCTV Installations 2 2

Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga says that a team has since come up with the spots that will be covered by the second phase of CCTV installations, covering 144 municipalities among others Masaka, Kabale, Mityana, Mubende, Mbale and Hoima, as well as town councils and border points such as Katuna, Malaba, Nimule and Elegu.
14:51
14:51

Designate Attorney General Jackson Kafuuzi Left Out as New Ministers Take Oath President Museveni 1

The eight include Raphael Magyezi, Judith Nabakooba, Molly Kamukama, Denis Hamson Obua, Robinah Nabbanja, Peter Ogwang, Beatrice Anywar and Helen Adoa.
14:33
14:33

Makerere Students Issue Ultimatum for Issuance of Graduation Gowns 1 2

The 70th graduation ceremony which is scheduled to start on Tuesday, January 14 has suffered a major setback arising out of the delayed issuance of graduation gowns to the graduands. Only 7,000 out of more than 13,000 graduands have so far been able to secure gowns, as the ceremonies draw closer.
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