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May 2021 27 results
19:38
19:38

Acholi Clerics Welcome Dominic Ongwen's 25 Year Sentence 1 2

Anglican Bishop Emeritus Nelson Onono Onweng, the Chairperson of the Acholi clerics under the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative (ARLPI) said that they are happy by the ICC`s judgement and termed it as ‘’considerate’’.
18:37
18:37

Midwives Decry High Fees for Renewing Licence 4

Hadijah Nakatudde, a tutor midwife at international Institute of Health sciences Jinja, says that asking a midwife to pay an amount to the tune of Shs 200000 in the name of renewing licence is bad enough to discourage many from the practice with the little pay they get.
18:20
18:20

Kampala Gets COVID-19 Vaccine Outreach Support From Bloomberg Philanthropies 1

Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Partnership for Healthy Cities initiative, in collaboration with World Health Organization and Vital Strategies, aims to support equitable distribution of vaccines by member cities
17:43
17:43

Don't Use Official Secrets Law To Deny Citizens Access To Information Twaweza East Africa 4 1 Top story

It is emerging that civil servants at different levels have tended to use archaic laws like the Official Secrets Act to deny citizens access to public information and records.
17:29
17:29

ANT to Vote Local Party Leaders in August 3 1

Regional reports from the party post-election review meetings indicated among others that the party didn't have enough candidates, campaign agents and voters because they had no structures to mobilise the public.
17:14
17:14

Masaka-Mbarara Accident Death Toll Rises to 14 Masaka hospital 2

According to Masaka regional police commander, Godfrey Mwesigye police has so far managed to identify two people and is still struggling to get identities of other people because they did not have identification documents.
16:34
16:34

Poor Extension Services Affecting Farmers In Kasese kasese farmers 5 1

The District Chief Administrative Officer-CAO Asuman Masereka say the extension service officers in the district are no longer working.
15:57
15:57

State Witnesses Contradict Selves in Murder Case Against Traditional Healer 5

Ssendaga says the accused Lukabya has been his neighbor for over ten years in Kitubulu, Katabi Town Council, that the deceased was his friend and also someone who used to work for Lukabya because he would collect herbs. He explained further that Lukabya owns a shrine in Kitubulu.
15:11
15:11

Ofwono Opondo Launches Charm Offensive on Journalists 3 1

OO said following the confrontations between the media and the security agencies in the previous two years especially the election year, there was need to start a discussion on how to mend the relationship adding that government regrets the incidents where journalists have been brutalized which is why they have started reaching out to the media to rebuild the relationship with the media and media personalities.
14:27
14:27

Makerere University Guild Elections Set for Friday 2 1

Rodney Kiggundu, the Public Relations Officer of the University’s Electoral Commission says that 38,000 students are legible to vote out of which 18,000 are expected to vote physically from the 39 polling stations around the university while 20,000 will vote online.
14:24
14:24

2022 FIFA World Cup African Qualifiers Postponed CAF 1

"The CAF Emergence committee in consultation with the FIFA, decided to postpone the CAF qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 that were due to be played in June 2021 after taking into consideration the current challenges caused by the COVID 19 pandemic and the need to ensure the optimal conditions for all participating teams". Part of the press release reads
14:19
14:19

Dominic Ongwen Gets 25-Year-Jail Term ICC 2

The International Criminal Court convicted Ongwen, 45, in February this year on 61 crimes including rape, sexual enslavement, child abductions, torture and murder as well as war crimes and crimes against humanity.
13:10
13:10

Busia Residents Protest Poor Service Delivery, Demand Transfer Of Health Center In-Charge 5

Rashid Sideebe, a member of the Health Center Management Committee and Sikuda village LC I chairperson, says that they have severally complained to the Chief Administrative Officer-CAO and health department about the challenges at the facility but nothing has been done.
12:51
12:51

Local Council Chairpersons in Manafwa Return Stamps Over Non Payment 2 1

According to the Chairpersons like Tefilo Twaale of Nasonga village, Daudi Kutosi of Shiluku Parish, Stephen Kimanayi of Nabuta village among others, note that they have not been paid for three years despite being legally elected in office.
12:23
12:23

Absence of Service Commission Fails Staff Recruitment in Bududa

Bududa District Assistant Chief Administrative Officer Samson Natsambwa says that the exercise was halted after the term of office of some members on the DSC expired before advertising for the various positions including administrative and health.
12:11
12:11

Gulu District Battles Rise of Uterine Fibroids as Women Shun Treatment health facilities 2 1

Dr. Baifa Arwenyo, the Head of the Gynecology Ward at Gulu Regional Referral Hospital revealed that the unit currently receives between 4 to 6 women with the condition on a weekly basis.
11:42
11:42

10 Die In Masaka Road Accident masaka hospital 2 1

According to eyewitnesses, the accident occurred when a speeding bus from Kampala- Mbarara tried to overtake a trailer registration number T433BBY/T877BWZ.
11:25
11:25

Court Blocks Return of Tooro Kingdom Assets 1

The applicants are accusing the King, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV of Tooro, the Queen Mother, Best Kemigisa and the Attorney General of committing a number of offences including the illegal leasing of Tooro kingdom land and misappropriating the properties of the monarchy.
11:01
11:01

S.4 Girl Struggling to Mother Dead Sister’s Twins 3 1

She said her late sister was her sole caregiver after they lost their two parents who hailed from Busoga region and that after the demise of their parents, her sister migrated with her to Mbale at a very tender age and she has been under her care since then, including paying for her school fees until she died recently.
10:21
10:21

Teacher Shortage Impeding Swahili Language Teaching in Apac Schools 3

Last year, the government rolled out the revised curriculum for lower secondary schools. About 16,000 teachers were trained to implement the new curriculum, however, Kiswahili teachers were lacking.
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