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Jun 2022 30 results
20:08
20:08

Education Minister Halts Distribution of Donated Funds from Private Sector 2 1

During the conference, a total of 34 institutions agreed to contribute support totaling to 247.9 billion shillings, with representatives from the Global Partnership for Education promising to match every shilling provided by the private sector, bringing the total to 495.8 billion shillings. Others promised to provide physical items and services
19:02
19:02

Philanthropist Ventures into Special Palliative Care for Children 5

Apart from offering key treatment for extreme pain relief often associated with a terminal illness, palliative care is designed to offer patients some kind of ‘good death’ by solving a range of issues that come with the end of life including psychosocial support interventions such as grief management, financial, spiritual care and legal protection among others.
18:31
18:31

Councilors Challenge Mpigi District Budget Over Quorum 3 3

Mpigi District council passed a 38.8 billion Shillings budget on Friday amid grumbling among leaders who accused the district executive of undermining the finance committee report and recommendations on the budget allocations as well as denying them a chance to debate during the council meeting.
18:14
18:14

FARDC Confirms Death of Army Official as Fighting With M23 Rebels Intensifies 1 Top story

In his statement issued Monday, General Sylvain Ekenge Bomusa Efomi, the Spokesman for the North Kivu governor, says that the rebels shot Mwisa dead on Sunday evening in Musaga along Bunagana-Rutshuru road, less than 5 kilometers to Uganda-DR Congo border of Bunagana.
18:02
18:02

Fire Alarm Causes Panic at Worker's House 4 2 Top story

Some security personnel told URN that the fire alarm was triggered by burnt wires in the Air Conditioning systems on the eleventh floor. The security later told the people who were gathered outside to return to the building.
17:33
17:33

Teachers Abandon Mahango Seed Secondary School 4 1

Nuuhu Matovu Mugabi, the head teacher of Mahango seed secondary school, says that they have not registered any students in Advanced Level since 2019 because many parents are not pleased with the services.
17:24
17:24

Chairperson Public Service Commission Directs District Chairperson Off Recruitment Process. 1 1

Isingiro District is likely to lose over Ugx 1 billion in wages this financial year if it fails to recruit at least160 public servants for employment and more than 19 for promotion by the end of this Month.
17:04
17:04

Isingiro West NRM Candidate Loses 17 Vote Margin Election Case 2 1

In their Judgement on Monday, the Court of Appeal Justices agreed with the lower Court that Tumwesigye had failed to adduce evidence to support the allegations against the respondents.
16:38
16:38

Police Arrest Suspect in Connection to Mukono Robberies 2 1

Florence Nabunya, one of the victims, says that they were attacked by a group of six suspects including a woman. He says that the suspects were carrying two guns and machetes.
16:02
16:02

Bombo Town Council Abattoir Faces Closure Over Poor Hygiene

Christine Nakabugo, the Chairperson of the Luwero District Health Committee, says that an inspection conducted at the abattoir found it dilapidated and filthy, something that may put the neighbors at risk of disease outbreak.
14:49
14:49

Babiito Clan Members Seek Audience with Museveni Over Conflict in Bunyoro Kingdom Prime minister 1 1 Top story

Led by Fred Mugenyi Rucunya, the chief prince locally known as Okwir, the clan members contend that the ongoing conflict between some of the Kingdom officials and the royal clan members is tarnishing the image of the kingdom.
14:19
14:19

Gulu City Stuck as Contractor Abandons Landfill Site 1 1

Alfred Okwonga, the Gulu City Mayor told URN in an interview that the contractor abandoned the site due to financial challenges.
14:16
14:16

Mulago National Hospital to Run Two Casualty Wards 1 1

Dr. Rosemary Byanyima, the acting executive director of Mulago National Referral Hospital says the first ward will be a reception centre of sorts where patients will be assessed before being referred to the second ward where specialist care will be provided.
14:05
14:05

Bidco FC Coach Isabirye Optimistic Ahead of TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup 1 2

Bidco FC qualified to represent Uganda in the continental competition after defeating Vipers SC 3-1 in this year’s edition of the Stanbic Uganda Cup on Sunday in a final played at the Masindi Municipal Stadium.
14:02
14:02

208 Arrested in Gulu City in Crackdown on Suspected Thugs 1 4

Brig Bonny Bamwiseki, the fourth Infantry Division Commander told journalists at a press conference on Monday that one of out of the 208 suspects is a female.
13:35
13:35

Political Parties Struggling To Arouse Participation in Upcoming Women Council Elections 3

Shafick Mwanje, the NRM Party Chairperson for Bukomansimbi district, says many people cannot even tell the composition of the women councils and the difference between National and women voters’ registers.
12:51
12:51

Suspected Warriors Kill Rider Despite Museveni's Presence in Karamoja

The deceased has been identified as John Bosco Lomuria, a resident of Napao village, Poron Parish, Poron Subcounty in Napak District.
12:10
12:10

Over 150 FARDC Soldiers Flee to Uganda as M23 Capture Bunagana border M23 rebels 2 4 Top story

A Ugandan security source at the border, says that the soldiers fled into Uganda following non-stop fighting on Sunday day and night. The FARDC soldiers, who were manning the border abandoned tanks and other kinds of weapons as they fled to Uganda.
11:55
11:55

Increasing Cases of Land Grabbing Worry Mbale City Leaders 4

Speaking at thanksgiving for the newly appointed Mbale City Land Board Chairperson, Paul Wanyoto over the weekend, Nambuya noted that wealthy individuals are taking advantage of the vulnerable and poor persons to steal their land.
11:36
11:36

Karamojong Politicians, Clan Leaders Fanning Rustling in Region Cattle rustlers 1

Museveni heard from the 3rd Division Commander Big General Joseph Balikuddembe, that some political and clan leaders in Karamoja are engaged in the sale of guns to facilitate cattle rustling and blocking justice hence hindering efforts by the government to pacify the region.
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