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19:41
19:41

Entebbe Receives Multiple Infrastructural Development Grants 2 1

The projects include; the upgrade of Busambaga – Katabi road, from marram to tarmac, the completion of the Market place in Kitooro under the Markets and Agriculture Trade Improvement Projects (MATIP Program), the construction of the Taxi Park under the Uganda Support to Municipal Infrastructure Development-USMID project. The other is the lighting and construction of access roads within the municipality.
19:18
19:18

Vendors Repainting Gas Cylinders, Resale Them as High-priced Brands 2 1

Dauda Kakeeto, the Sales Manager of Mount Meru Petroleum Gas, said they found that some retailers who bought gas from them had repainted them to another brand in order to make a higher profit margin.
19:08
19:08

Minister Calls for Renewed Sensitization on Toilet Use latrine coverage 2

Health Minister Jane Ruth Aceng says previous surveys have shown pit latrine coverage to be higher, they were using parameters that don’t meet the requirements by the World Health Organization for one to be deemed an appropriate latrine.
18:11
18:11

Clan Members Want Budhagali's Widow Out of Marital Home village 1

According to Mwase, Lukowe can either relocate to Nile river banks where the spirits are said to reside or returns to her parents' home. The clan members also queried whether indeed Budhagali is the biological father of Lukowe’s young children.
18:01
18:01

Deputy IGP Halts UN Job Interviews for 200 Kampala Police Officers 1 Top story

At least 100 of the affected police officers had arrived at Nsambya Sharing Hall where the 785 police officers who were shortlisted for 120 UN Jobs in Somalia and other war trodden countries were called on Monday. Several others were still on the way by the time the directive was issued.
17:48
17:48

UNEB Breaks Ground For UGX 20 billion Storage Facility 1 2 Top story

Speaking during the ground breaking ceremony, the High Education State Minister, John C Muyingo, said more storage facilities are needed by the examination body due to the ever increasing number of candidates.
17:31
17:31

Man Hacks Paternal Uncle to Death in Motorcycle Wrangle KASESE DISTRICT 2

Stephen Bwambale, the vice chairperson Kyabolokya 1 cell, says preliminary information indicates that the deceased had borrowed a motorcycle from Kakule to carry a passenger. But it was impounded by the Fisheries Protection Unit because his passenger was allegedly carrying immature fish from Lake Edward in Lake Katwe Sub County. The motorcycle was, however, impounded by Fisheries Protection Unit because the passenger was allegedly carrying immature fish from lake Edward.
16:46
16:46

Teso Mourns Former Minister Hebron Omax Omeda tribute to Omeda 3 1

Steven Ochola, Omeda’s nephew who is also former MP for Serere County says Omeda has been sick for a while. He says Omeda’s condition deteriorated last year after undergoing heart surgery and other health complications including mild stroke that put him down for months.
14:31
14:31

AMREF Africa CEO Calls for Increased Taxes on Sugar

Dr. Gitahi Githinji, the CEO AMREF Africa says recent statistics are showing that globally sugar in both it’s visible and nonvisible forms is killing more people than accidents and terror activities and that sugar is more dangerous than gun powder.
13:08
13:08

Experts Blame Unhealthy Competition as Schools Resort to Night Prep for Day Scholars 1

Henry Semakula who heads the Health/HIV unit in the Ministry said the revised guidelines that will soon be ousted have set official school time at 3pm to tackle the growing concerns of among others sleep deprivation among school going children, over loading their brains and not allowing them time for physical activities that are vital for their development.
12:09
12:09

Retired Senior Commissioner of Police Christopher Obache Dead 1

Retired Senior Commissioner of Police –SCP Christopher Obache, has died. His death has been confirmed by Inspector General of Police –IGP Martin Okoth Ochola through his tweeter account.
11:52
11:52

Leaders Want Kyangwali Health Center III Elevated health services 6 2

Initially, it was designed to serve a population of 11,000 people but the population has been increased to 60,000 people, exerting much pressure on the facility given the inadequate funding human resource.
07:51
07:51

Ebola Threat: Hoima Health Officials Concerned Over Congolese Businessmen Sneaking Into Uganda prevention 6 1 Top story

Dr. Fredrick Kugonza, the Hoima District Disease Surveillance Officer, says such people are a huge concern to health workers and local authorities trying to prevent any further cross-border contamination.
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