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20:19
20:19

Muslim Land Saga: Why Judge Rejected Uganda Muslim Supreme Council’s Appeal 1

Questions like why UMSC did not seek legal advice when drafting the now controversial sales agreement are emerging. The other concern in the public eye is why the purchaser and seller insisted that the agreement would be kept secret and confidential.
17:12
17:12

Nawangwe Pardons Students Suspended for Protesting Eviction of Businesses 1

The students are Ronald Odama, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts, Simon Wandukwa studying Law, and Bruce Mwebaze, enrolled in a Bachelor of Science program in Petroleum Geo-science and Production.
17:11
17:11

Implementation of World Bank UGX 1Tr Fund a Year Behind Schedule-Ministry 5

The program, Women Entrepreneurship for Africa (WE4A), was financed by the Tony Elumelu Foundation, the German Embassy, and the EU, and implemented by the German Development Agency GIZ through Solid Rock Life and Business Services Ltd.
17:07
17:07

Minister Mateke Asks Prosecutors Not to Frustrate GBV Victims 4 1

Addressing the high rates of teenage pregnancies, Minister Mateke emphasized the need to strengthen parenting, noting that neglecting parental duties for financial gains compromises children's safety and protection.
16:32
16:32

Climate Change, Rapid Population Growth: Threatening Conservation 1 1

Under the leadership of Dr. Gladys Kalema Zikusoka, a renowned wildlife veterinarian, and her organization Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH), conservationists are striving to devise a lasting solution to address these two factors.
16:28
16:28

Court Rejects Application to Block Impeachment of Masaka City Speaker Masaka City Council 1

In September, a section of Masaka City Councillor embarked on the process to impeach Ssempijja, accusing him of tampering with official court records, highhandedness while executing his duties, misusing his authority to mistreat councilors, exerting undue dominance over them and neglecting his parental responsibility.
16:08
16:08

Ugandan to Champion “Slow Food” At Climate Change Conference Slow Food Uganda 1 Top story

Mukiibi is of the view that Food-focused strategies are currently missing from the climate plans of over 70% of countries.
16:04
16:04

LOP Faces Heat as DP, FDC Call Off Plenary Boycotts 1 3

On October 19th, 2023, Mathias Mpuuga, the Leader of the Opposition in Parliament led a group of legislators to walk out of plenary demanding a detailed government report on repeated gross human rights abuses meted against supporters and leaders of the National Unity Platform– NUP party.
15:52
15:52

Anger as Kabale Security Authorities Suspend Scrap Business 3 5

Expressing concern, Nyakahuma pointed out the vulnerability of critical infrastructure, such as the High Voltage power line under construction, which comprises metallic poles and could be at risk of vandalism by those selling to scrap dealers.
15:43
15:43

Otuke Given Two Months Ultimatum to Rehabilitate School 2

In 2022, a severe storm ravaged a classroom block at Barjobi Primary School, rendering classrooms for primary one and two and office spaces unusable. With an enrollment of 1,675 students and a meager 99 sitting desks available, learners from these classes have been forced to study under trees.
14:58
14:58

Kitutu loses Bid to Block Iron Sheet Trial investigation 1

Lady Justice Jane Okuo Kajuga, presiding over the court on Tuesday, dismissed Kitutu's application, stating it lacked substantial evidence and contained falsehoods, as per consistent statements from police officers that the Minister was not subjected to any form of torture or coercion, contrary to her claims.
14:22
14:22

EC Car Knocks Two Dead in Kumi Kumi CPS 1

John Baptist Asinge, the LC 3 Chairperson of Kanyum Town Council, says that the accident occurred on Monday evening when the rider of motorcycle Reg. No. UDM 661M collided with the EC vehicle near Kanyum Mosque, along Kumi- Pallisa- Tirinyi Road.
14:14
14:14

Citizens Support Compensating Low-income Countries Affected By Climate Change-Survey Loss and damage 1

Most respondents from the European Union, the United States, China and Japan believe their countries should compensate developing nations for climate change impacts.
13:32
13:32

Gulu Starts Evicting Errant Migrant Cattle Keepers Palaro Sub County 7

Gulu District according to a report from the District Veterinary Department has a total of 54, 363 herds of cattle but 48.63 percent of them belong to the migrant cattle keepers, the Balaalo group of people.
13:14
13:14

Slow Food: Nurturing Resilience in Karamoja's Indigenous Food Landscape karamoja sub region 1

Umar Ochen Bashir, a prominent leader guiding the Toyoro Kongokinyinyir Nopimpim (Survive with Your Sweat) Slow Food Community Group, highlighted a pressing issue at the Alvers Hotel in Mukono.
13:07
13:07

Upsurge in Cancer Cases Worries Madi Leaders 3

Vick Opia, a palliative care specialist in Adjumani, expressed concern about the sharp increase in new cancer cases, soaring from 56 to 203 within a short period. Opia emphasized the need for intensified awareness efforts by leaders to alleviate this burgeoning burden.
13:03
13:03

Man Succumbs to Injuries After Attack by Machete-Wielding Thugs

Peter Nyiiro, a resident of Kagoma Central, in Buwenge sub-county, Jinja district was attacked as he left a bar, in Muguluka trading center on Saturday.
12:54
12:54

Boda Boda Rider Dies In Flooded Swamp Uganda Police Force 1 2

According to Ronald Mujuni, a friend of the deceased, they were riding a motorcycle from Kazo Town Council on Monday to Kyabahura-Buremba when they encountered a bridge submerged in floodwater. Mujuni recounted that while attempting to assess the water's depth and locate the submerged bridge, Julius was swept away by the current.
11:41
11:41

UPDF, Prisons Respond to Mabirizi’s Petitions affidavits 2

Mabirizi contends that Gen. Muhoozi, a UPDF officer, engaged in political gatherings in breach of the country's legal provisions. Mabirizi requests the court to declare Gen. Muhoozi's alleged political activities illegal, beyond the scope of a serving military officer's duties, irrational, and procedurally incorrect.
11:26
11:26

Assailants Hack Kakumiro Woman to Death Murder

Muzabyara fell victim to the assailants around 9:30 p.m. on Sunday night. She was alone when the assailants struck and swiftly fled the scene after accomplishing their mission. Joselyne Kyalisiima, a resident says that upon hearing her cries for help, residents rushed to find her lying lifeless in a pool of blood.
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