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18:50
18:50

URA Overcome Police to Maintain Lead on UPL Table Sam Ssimbwa 1 1

Goals from striker Steven Dese Mukwala, Joachim Ojera and Cromwel Rwothomio were enough to see the tax collectors sail past the Cops in a bid to secure the top league title after almost a decade without winning it.
18:44
18:44

NUP Demands Release of 100 Members Arrested over Swearing Disruption Claims , Benjamin Katana 3 2

“They raided homes; a number of our comrades were abducted from different areas between 10th and 11th May. We are reliably informed that most of them are being held at CMI headquarters in Mbuya and are being subjected to all manner of torture and humiliation." -Joel Ssenyonyi, NUP Spokesman
18:24
18:24

Strange Disease Kills Poultry in Isingiro 4

Julius Muhumuza Chairperson LC 1 Rwembogo village says they have lost over two hundred birds in a period of one week.
18:19
18:19

State House Impersonators Remanded in Lira 2 2

Elly Apenyo, 29-year-old businessman and his colleagues Denis Olwa 40-year-old social worker were arrested on Monday and detained at Lira Central Police Station till Friday afternoon when they were paraded before court.
18:11
18:11

Maracha District Emyooga Beneficiaries Protest Delayed Remittance of Funds Emyooga Program 3 1

The Emyoga group members became bitter particularly with the district commercial officer for cancelling the training and funds cannot be released before the training is conducted. The angry members demanded an immediate apology from the officials.
17:46
17:46

Karenga to Get Second Gov't Aided School 1

With low affinity for school education in Karamoja, there is no single privately owned secondary school. Government remains a monopolist in secondary education.
17:33
17:33

Karimojong Surrender Only Two Guns in Two Months of Voluntary Disarmament Karamoja Sub Region 1

Maj. Mugisa also revealed that unlike the first disarmament where the army was only after illegal guns, the new phase of disarmament will also look at bows and arrows especially from the notorious category of warriors that he notes have been listed by the security agencies.
17:25
17:25

I'll Double the Achievements, swears New UNBS Boss Ebiru Standards 1

“The UNBS focus in the next five years is to double what has been done so far, by increasing focus on private sector development, Agro-industrialisation, Manufacturing and a sustainable Petroleum Resources Programme.” Ebiru said.
17:08
17:08

Mubende Municipality gets UGX 14 Billion for Roads Construction. 6

Frank Mpewo, the Mubende municipality deputy Town Clerk says that the fund will construct more than 3 roads in the municipality, mainly Lubanga Road (0.996 km), Second Link road (0 .8 Km) , and Kasaana- Kabalega Road (0 .85Km). The contract was awarded to a Chinese company (CHINA –WU-YI- CO.LTD ).
16:31
16:31

MOH Investigating Mukono Nurses who Dumped Baby in Placenta Pit Ministry of Health 2 1

According to the ministry of health officials, the nurses should have handed the stillbirth to the parents for burial and not thrown it in a pit. Dr Olaro says a DNA test needs to be carried out to ascertain that the dead baby Baisi was given was actually hers
16:07
16:07

Telecoms Comply with UCC Directive to Disconnect Non-compliant Corporate SIM Cards 1

“Operators have a directive from the Commission to comply with the same directive. If a party is dissatisfied by the compliance actions of a Telecom operator, they can seek redress from the Commission,” said Bbosa.
15:16
15:16

Gov't Might Take Another 8 Years Before Registering All Ugandans 4 1 Top story

The projection has been made by the newly appointed National Identification and Registration Authority-NIRA Executive Director Rosemary Kisembo as she assumed her new office at the authority’s headquarters in Kololo.
15:04
15:04

Heavy Rain Worsens Appalling State of Shortcuts Along Kampala-Jinja Highway Kampala-Jinja Road 3 2

Simon Muguluma a taxi driver notes that they are now choosing to stay in traffic jam for almost six hours on one stretch of Mbalala-Bweyogerere when it rains, rather than using shortcuts where they get stranded or vehicles break down making them incur heavy expenses.
14:39
14:39

Frequent Swimmer Drowns in Hotel Swimming Pool Kiira

"This boy is a frequent swimmer who even guides new comers to easily navigate through the pool, so all of us were shocked on learning about the sad news of his death," a hotel says.
13:28
13:28

Hungry, Jobless Youth Tricked, Accused of Plotting to Disrupt Museveni Swearing -Families Kawempe division 4 1 Top story

According to family members of some detained suspects who spoke to URN, some people claiming to be government officials hoodwinked area youth chairperson Kibirige Peter Clever of Bwaise I parish to mobilize youth that would attend a youth meeting at Club Whispers Kanyanya, saying that government wanted to register youths who would benefit from upcoming youth projects cash.
12:42
12:42

Woman Stabs Newly-born Baby, Dumps him in Pit Latrine son

"Namuwaya looked healthy and she carried that baby in her womb for nine months under our watch therefore, if her jolly face was anything to go by, dumping her baby was the last thing we could imagine her do," a neighbour said.
12:28
12:28

Rampant Thefts in Buyaga Town Council Scare Traders and Investors 4

The angry traders also accuse the town council authorities for failing to install security lights as a measure to scale down the rampant thefts which they say have scared away prominent investors that had a stake in developing the town council.
12:14
12:14

Deadline for Swearing in of Local Gov’t Leaders Set Judiciary Uganda

Langa reminded the Chief Magistrates that swearing in of incoming District Executive Committees must be conducted within seven days from May 12th 2021 in accordance with Section 169 of the Local Government Act, and to ensure its completed by 19th May 2021.
11:18
11:18

Church, Minister Ecweru Make Peace After Clergy Beating 3 1

“Church of Uganda Soroti Diocese led by the Rt. Rev. Koseas Odongo, resolved that the slight misunderstanding which had developed between Hon. Musa Ecweru and the clergy of Wera Parish has been resolved amicably and in the spirit of Faith and forgiveness and of which matter had been blown out of proportion”, the statement which has only two paragraphs reads in part.
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