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20:18
20:18

Tear Gas, Stand-Off in Bwaise as Security Battles Amuriat 3

For over ten minutes, Amuriat and local leaders from the FDC exchanged words with police and Ministry police personnel that were blocking him and directing him to Mambule Road which heads to Kyebando on Gayaza Road.
20:07
20:07

Judiciary Starts Training Officers in Election Cases Handling Court Petitions 3

According to Jameson Karemani, the Judiciary Public Relations officer the judicial offices like judges, Registrars, Chief Magistrates and lawyers both private and government are being taken through issues that arose in the previous election petitions and how they can overcome them.
20:00
20:00

Archbishop: 10 COU Clergy Have So far Tested Positive to Covid-19 4 1

According to Kaziimba, these openly came out to report their status and gave testimony about their experience with the disease. "Please follow all of the SOPs and most importantly, wear your mask so that it covers both your nose and your mouth, and wash your hands for 20 seconds many times in a day,” he advised.
19:44
19:44

Opposition's Strategy to Stop Sitting Gov't Snatching Victory if They Win on Jan 14 4 1 Top story

The document spells out details on how they seek to work together to take power, how to behave upon achieving their desired goal and an alternative plan to counter the sitting government’s effort snatch their victory.
18:10
18:10

COVID-19: MOH Sets January 2021 For National Roll Out of RDTs

The RDT kits are expected to be a cheaper testing option compared to the PCR tests. Each kit cost Shillings 18,000 (USD 4.9) at the production site. The kits are able to give results within 10-15 minutes from testing. Dr. Nabadda says the quick turnaround time for testing will reduce delays in the release of results currently experienced.
17:47
17:47

20-Year-Old Mother Shot in Kyagulanyi Riots Rots at Home 3 2

Shakirah Nyemere, who is still suffering from bullet and the operation wounds cannot afford treatment and appeals to well-wishers to extend a hand of help so she can get the prescribed medication
17:35
17:35

Prison Services Set Team to Handle Trial of Moroto Commanders 1

Although the Prison Spokesperson, Frank Baine, said he did not have the latest information on the investigations and arrest of their officers, he said a team has been set up to handle the matters.
17:17
17:17

Covid19: Final Year Student Teachers to Wait Longer for Passout 1 1 Top story

“The ministry has only allowed candidates in schools and they are busy preparing for their examinations. We cannot recommend the placement of teachers in schools right now. Still, we cannot allow teachers to exist training institution be this fundamental aspect of teacher formation. We are warning, more so the private universities not to take this lightly,” said Dr. Egau.
17:07
17:07

President's Private Secretary Remanded for Intimidating EC Officials Caroline Kembabazi 1 Top story

It is alleged that Kembabazi verbally gave directives after she had personally stormed the offices and threatened to take action against the Human Resource Officers if they failed to abide by the instructions she claimed to have gotten from the fountain of honor.
17:05
17:05

Sabiiti’s Achievements, Failures in His Tenure as Deputy IGP 1

If these claims are anything to go by, one would say Sabiiti has left a satisfied person as six AIGPs and a number of SCP have left the police force in less than three years. Many of the AIGPs waited for close to two years for restoration of their contracts but in vain. The AIGPs who by virtue of their ranks and offices sat on police’s Policy Advisory Committee –PAC resigned or were told to step aside.
14:27
14:27

Politicians Unworthy Dying For- Archbishop Kaziimba 3 1 Top story

According to Kaziimba, elected leaders are important in any country’s governance and Christians are called upon to exercise their electoral responsibilities of voting and making their voices heard in the public square. He, however, hastened to add there is need to recognize that politicians are not worth dying for.
14:00
14:00

Amuriat Battles Security as He Campaigns in Nakawa 6 3 Top story

Amuriat left the market and was intercepted by police at the junction leading to Naguru remand center. He wanted to proceed to Nakawa Market but was also stopped. He battled security before he was sprayed with pepper and his supporters dispersed with tear gas.
13:49
13:49

NRM Explains Security Officers' Role at Museveni's Vote Protection Meet Uganda Police 1

In a press statement sent to Uganda Radio Network, the NRM says that security was invited because the heightened political season has put security on high alert following the detection of large numbers of coordinated groups operating in the field
13:02
13:02

Change Social Norms, Investment and Finance Models to Save Planet – UNDP Report 1

The report explores how social norms that inform choices on transportation, production and consumption can evolve towards norms that reduce pressures endangering the planet.
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