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10:34
10:34

Proposed Relocation of Market Splits Ntungamo Municipality Leaders Matooke dealers 5 1

Mayor Jacob Kafureeka wants the market shifted to his land in Kiziiko, a move that has been rejected by the councillors.
15:06
15:06

Ntungamo Needs UGX 170M for Road Repairs Floods 6 1

Ntungamo District local government is in need of 170 million Uganda Shillings to repair roads that were recently destroyed by heavy rains.
19:14
19:14

Hailstorm Devastates Ntungamo Villages Denis Singahache 3

He says that coffee plantations, banana plantations, business buildings and iron sheets were destroyed.
09:14
09:14

Border Closure Affects HIV Patients 1 Top story

Some of the Rwandans were receiving treatment in Ugandan facilities which include Kamuganguzi, Maziba and Rubaare Health Center IVs. Others who went back could not be allowed to travel back to Uganda on grounds that their security could not be guaranteed. Rwandan nationals often cross into Uganda to seek treatment from the border districts of Isingiro, Ntungamo ,Rukigaa,Rubanda,Kabale and Kisoro.
16:47
16:47

One Arrested for Alleged Theft of Cement 2

Preliminary reports indicate that the suspects have been working closely with some workers at the site to steal bags of cement from the store.
15:09
15:09

Fire Guts School Dormitory uganda people

The school head teacher, Boaz Ruyimbazi declined to speak to journalists about the strike, saying he was still in shock.
10:55
10:55

Ntungamo Stadium Appalling uganda people 2 2

Denis Singahache, the Ntungamo LC V Chairperson, says it is unfortunate that Rubaare town council where the stadium is found didnt take interest in maintaining it.
12:28
12:28

Ntungamo Residents Want Murder Suspects Banished from Village mob justice

Robert Oyosiga, a resident faulted police for failing to prosecute the suspects and providing court with enough evidence to try them.Oyesige said they dont want the two suspects in their village drawing support from other residents.
15:24
15:24

Ntungamo Residents Protest Destruction of Their Property

Joseph Katungye who led the protest accused government of paying a dear to their calls for compensation for their destroyed properties.
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