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19:45
19:45

Four Hotels Face Probe for Violating COVID-19 Control Measures 3 5

Security and health officials argue that the hotels work normally during the day by serving food and soft drinks, but change the business into dancing clubs under the cover of darkness. Monalisa Lounge and Little Liz Hotel's reportedly play loud music at night and operates bars, despite the continued closure of bars.
11:09
11:09

Teenage Mothers Overwhelm Medical Camp at Bunjako Landing Site 4 2

The Maternal and Child Health Community Outreach, organised by the Rotary Club of Lugogo Mango Tree and Bunjako Health Centre III was targeting to give services to at least 200 mothers. But it attracted more than 500 people, largely teenage mothers from the landing sites of Katebo, Ssenyondo and Misanvu, and Bunjako island.
11:48
11:48

MPs Want Mudslide Victims Resettled In Bududa OPM 1 1

Agness Nandutu, the Bududa woman MP and state minister for Karamoja affairs said resettling the people of Bududa in faraway places will not help them because they are used to their fertile areas where they can practice farming, adding that people were relocated to new environments where their productive farming skills and culture could not be applied like Kiryandongo and Bunambutye.
15:59
15:59

Rwenzururu Kingdom Loyalists Kick-Off Coronation Anniversary Activities 6 2

This is the first time the institution is celebrating its coronation anniversary since the arrest of Mumbere. Mumbere is currently facing treason, terrorism and murder charges arising from the November 27, 2016, military attack on his palace which left more than 100 people killed.
10:34
10:34

Mudslides Wreck Havoc in Bulucheke Sub County OPM 1

Joseph Nasaba, the LC I Chairperson of Nakhatore village, says that there are no human casualties. He says that he heard land sliding downwards and later confirmed mudslides had hit the area. He has asked the government to come to their rescue because they have lost all their crops.
14:53
14:53

Gov’t Yet to Gazette Bunyole Cultural Leader 4 1

Wesana, a professor of Linguistics at Kabale University was elected the first cultural leader of the Banyole cultural institution in September 2019.
12:23
12:23

Pictorial: Excitement As Minister Flags Off Repatriation of 2300 Burundi Refugees 23 Top story

At least 350 refugees left for Burundi by road through Tanzania on Sunday. They join 256 refugees who left Uganda last week and 231 who were airlifted to Bujumbura in December last year.
17:31
17:31

Rwenzururu Finally to Mark Coronation Anniversary 5 Years Since Mumbere's Arrest 4 1

But the Kingdom prime minister, Joseph Kule Muranga told URN that they have been instructed by the cultural leader to organize events that will make the 55th coronation anniversary.
13:38
13:38

Bududa Residents Live in Fear of Fresh Landslides OPM 1 3

Emmanuel Wamoto, a resident of Sume Village and survivor of the 2018 landslides, says they spend sleepless nights since heavy rains started for fear of fresh landslides and floods.
11:14
11:14

Family of Monsignor Kyabukasa, Cardinal Wamala, Bro Aidan a Living Legacy to the Church 2 1 Top story

Bishop Severus Jjumba, Ordinary of Masaka Catholic diocese, was coincidentally admitted to Bukakalasa Minor Seminary by Monsignor Kyabukasa, whom he describes as a great instructor who had rare attributes of humanity.
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08:30

Why Parents Are Losing Control Over Their Children 6 1 Top story

Amitu explains that being a parent has never been easy. She, however, says that parenting has become a nightmare during the unprecedented long school closure.
11:04
11:04

Who Hoisted Uganda's Flag 59 Years Ago? Fourth Claimant Emerges 3 1 Top story

Although Maj. (Rtd) Kanuti Akorimo (deceased) is officially recorded as having hoisted Uganda's flag for the first time on October 9th 1962 at Kololo, other claimants of the honour for which Akorimo was even decorated as national hero have emerged. The latest and fourth claimant is an 89-year-old retired colonel who says he doesn't want a reward or even recognition, but wants the government to re-examine its own records to avoid perpetuating a 'falsehood'.
10:30
10:30

Pentecostal Church Leaders to Prioritize Psychosocial Support 4 1

Bishop Leonard Sserwadda, the Southern Regional overseers of Pentecostal Churches, says that they made the resolution to systematically adjust their methods of evangelism by placing emphasis on causing a holistic recovery of members of their congregations as opposed to targeting them for offertory and tithe collections.
07:01
07:01

Floods Destroy Gardens, Bridges in Bududa 4 2 Top story

Cosima Mangongo, the local council one chairperson of Bukitoyi village, says that he had crossed to the neighbouring village to buy food for his family when the heavy rains started. He says that the floods swept away the bridge connecting Bukitoyi to Bumasime where he had gone shopping.
17:37
17:37

Online Learning, TV Exposing Children to Pornography 5 1 Top story

A herdsman lured the teenager into sex last year after introducing her to pornography.
15:22
15:22

After 58-Years of Training Priests, Monsignor Kyabukasa Goes to Rest 1 1

Arguably the longest-serving priest formator in Uganda, Msgr Kyabukasa, a biological brother to Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala, has spent 58-years of his life preparing future priests, a job he has done until his death which occurred on Wednesday at villa Maria hospital in Masaka.
14:54
14:54

Rise in Cases of Incest Irks Lugbara Cultural Leaders 5 1

Ismael Tuku, the Prime Minister of the Lugbara Cultural Institution, says that unfortunately, one out of ten cases registered is the result of incest, which is an abomination.
19:53
19:53

Tourism Ministry to Construct Hotels in Protected Areas 2 1

State Minister for Tourism Martin Mugarra Bahinduka says that the high costs of accommodation and transportation to tourism sites have remained some of the major barriers to domestic tourism in Uganda. More than 60 per cent of the tourists at attractions in Uganda are foreigners, yet the same sites remain unaffordable for the Ugandan population.
14:47
14:47

Police Uncomfortable Locking Up Self-Proclaimed Homosexuals with Other Suspects LASPNET 2 1

Kayunga District Police Community Liaison Officer, Paul Ssali, says that they often find it challenging locking up other suspects with self-proclaimed homosexuals.
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13:53

Police Recovers Condolence Money Conned from Lwengo Murder Victims 3 1

Peter Twala, the Lwengo District Police Commander confirms that they have recovered the money from some of the people who shared the money after disguising as relatives of the deceased.
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