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18:42
18:42

Kalembe Suspends Campaigns over Lack of Funds money and politics 5 1

Kalembe is seeking 125 to 150 Million Shillings to canvass for votes in the remaining 77 districts in 36 days.
18:23
18:23

Gov’t Outs Guidelines on Pregnant School Girls 1 Top story

According to the guidelines, school administrators are required to keep in touch with the pregnant girls to monitor their wellbeing and provide the necessary emotional, moral and spiritual support. The schools will also be expected to keep the records of whoever is responsible for the pregnancy for easy tracking when the need arises.
17:18
17:18

South Sudanese Soldier Accused of Shooting Senior Officer, Sneaks Into Uganda 1 1

According to Kidega, the Eastern Equatorial State Governor Loius Lobong Lojore says intelligence information indicates that the suspect could have sneaked into Uganda where he is believed to be hiding in Palabek refugee settlement in Lamwo district.
17:16
17:16

Lawyers Demand Unconditional Release of Kyagulanyi's Bodyguard , Benjamin Katana 2

In an application filed before the Nakawa Chief Magistrate's court, the lawyers led by Benjamin Katana and Shamim Malende allege that Ariho has been held beyond the mandatory 48 hours without any charges against him since his arrest on December 4th.
16:07
16:07

Mbale Central Market Goes a Week Without Power 3

Peter Wanzala, a fresh food vendor says most of their fresh products like meat and fish that need refrigeration have gone to waste due to lack of power.
16:07
16:07

Kamwokya Residents Task Candidates to Improve Sanitation, Fight Crime 3 1

The residents of Green Valley, Church Zone, Kisenyi 1 and 2, Kifumbira zone, Mulimira and among other areas argue that the sanitation in the area is appalling and likely to result in an outbreak of diseases.
15:16
15:16

Kalangala Islanders Get Condoms Ahead of Festive Season 3 1

Islanders in Kalangala District have received 23,040 male condoms and 2000 female condoms from Family Rescue Initiative Uganda (FRI-U) just in time for the festive season
15:08
15:08

Kanungu FDC Woman Parliamentary Candidate Injured in Accident

Asiimwe was returning from Kinaaba Sub County when the car she was traveling on board to ascend a steep hill and rolled back several times. She sustained and a fractured arm and several other injuries and was rushed to Makiro health center III in Kanungu town council by well-wishers.
15:05
15:05

UHRC Cautions Candidates Against Defying Campaign Guidelines Robert Kyagulanyi 3 4

The acting Chairperson to the Commission Katebalirwe Amooti Wa Irumba says the clashes witnessed between political candidates and security personnel are as a result of failure by politicians to respect the set guidelines.
14:29
14:29

Two Killed in Kireka Road Accident 1 1

According to Police, the motorcyclists knocked a woman and fell in the middle of the road together with his passenger after losing control.
14:03
14:03

Regional Kadhis to Close Mosques Flouting COVID-19 Preventive Guidelines 1 Top story

In his December 8th statement addressed to Muslim leaders at various levels, Mugalu notes that it has been observed that many mosques have relaxed on observing the SOPs and COVID-19 preventive measures put in place by the Ministry of Health. He observes that while discussing the reopening of worship places under the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda-IRCU, they agreed on a number of SOPs, which ought to enforced.
14:00
14:00

Bududa Residents Excited to See a Camel For the First Time 2 1

Residents said they are happy that they have seen a camel in real life, as opposed to seeing it on television and newspapers pictures. Those who paid 2000 shilling took photos while on top of it. Others followed it around, having abandoned their usual activities to be with the camel
13:31
13:31

Nancy Kalembe Promises Better Transport Infrastructure Nancy Linda Kalembe 3 1

Nancy Linda Kalembe, says the development of water, railway and road transport networks have previously been premised on where resources are, hence leaving out certain people from contributing and accessing from the economy.
13:27
13:27

Don't Be Demoralized by Price Fluctuations, Katikkiro Tells Coffee Farmers 2 4

The Katikkiro says that for a farmer to demand for higher prices of the crop, he or she should have it in stock first since the one who doesn’t grow it in plenty cannot think of negotiating for reasonable prices.
12:59
12:59

NUP Candidate Withdraws From Agago West County Seat 2 1

Ochan says that he withdrew from the race after acquiring a new job as a subcontractor with the United States Agency for International Development-USAID.
12:54
12:54

Paint Your Premises in Lira City or Pay Sh2 million Fine Lira City Council 6

Amanda Ngabirano, the National Physical Planning Board chairperson, said the country is disorganized because national physical planning has not been valued. A fine of 2million shillings shall be levied on those who shall not paint their business premises and lack dustbins
12:51
12:51

Muntu Promises to Revamp Agriculture, Develop Talent Amuria District 2 1

According to Muntu, much as the majority of Ugandans rely on crop production, animal husbandry and fisheries, the government only allocates a paltry 3.8 percent of the budget to the sector.
12:15
12:15

Karamoja Leaders Want Dialogue on Cattle Recovery Program cattle theft 4

Moroto District LC V Chairperson, Andrew Napaja, says that he has requested for a meeting with Gen. Guti to discuss how the operation should be successfully implemented without causing more harm.
12:05
12:05

Number of Women Contesting for 2021 Parliamentary Seats Increases women in politics 4

While the 2016 elections saw 405 candidates vying for Woman Member of Parliament seats in 112 districts, this time there is a surge of 638 women candidates in 146 districts.
11:50
11:50

Kabarole Runs to NGOs for Support as Covid-19 Cases Soar Emmanuel Ainebyoona 1 Top story

Brian Kisembo, the Covid-19 Incident Manager in Kabarole and Fort Portal City says over 200 people have contracted the virus in the two areas even though 90 have since recovered. On Monday, the Ministry of Health confirmed 55 new cases in Kabarole, which is the highest number that has ever been recorded in the district.
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