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11:31
11:31

Adjumani Flood Victims Starving

Early this month River Tete burst its banks and displaced residents in the two parishes of Arasi and Elegu, Arinyapi sub-county in Adjumani district. The floods destroyed food crops that were ready for harvest, carried away heads of cattle and submerged several grass-thatched houses.
08:48
08:48

600 Pupils in Apac Fail to Show up for PLE Registration 3

According to the copy of the report obtained by Uganda Radio Network, Alenga primary school registered only 69 out of the 84 candidates that reported before the lockdown, Adem primary school registered 30 out of the 38 finalists while Amilo primary school only registered 34 out of 64 learners in the candidate’s class.
07:29
07:29

Arua Hill Sports Club Signs 20 Players Ahead of Regional League FUFA Big League 1 1 Top story

Adams Lematia Otelul, the Public Relations Officer Arua Hill Sports Club, says the players inked a two year’s deal. He says the club is looking at bolstering the squad to improve their quality and depth on the pitch.
12:48
12:48

Acholi Religious Leaders Concerned over Election Violence 2

Archbishop Odama said that all candidates and citizens should be offered equal treatment irrespective of their political affiliation.
11:42
11:42

Construction of 1 Billion Shilling Bridge Stalls in Adjumani

Construction of Eraji Bridge has been on the key development priority lists of Adjumani district local government for the past seventeen years but the authorities had failed to secure funds for the construction works due to budget constraints, until UNHCR did 7 years ago.
16:37
16:37

Gulu Cleric Pleads With Security Personnel to Respect Human Lives Holy Rosary Church 2

Rev. Father Erick Justin Uma, the Curate of Holy Rosary Church in Gulu City in the Archdiocese of Gulu says that the current killings, brutality and inhumane treatment being perpetrated against the civilian population in Uganda currently are saddening.
16:25
16:25

Joint On-Air Radio Campaigns Excite Voters, Aspirants in East Acholi 5

The weekly joint on-air debates are being hosted and moderated by radio presenters on Mighty Fire FM; Tembo FM and Peace FM in Kitgum Municipality.
12:41
12:41

Lira District Given Tents to Accommodate Covid-19 Cases Ministry Of Health 3 1

Dr Edmond Acheka, the Assistant DHO in-charge of maternal and child health says that the tents can accommodate 60 beds. He adds that they are going to boost their capacity to admit more patients especially from within the local community.
10:01
10:01

One-Stop Center Opened in Lira City Lira City Council 1 4

The purpose of the One-stop Centres is to provide important services at a single location and to save time for both the clients and government officials.
16:18
16:18

Lira Main Market Vendors Decry Water Shortage Water crisis 7

Sam Okello, the Assistant Town Clerk at Central Division says the municipality lacks funds to clear the water bill.
17:00
17:00

Kitgum Boda Boda Riders Fed up With Exploitative Politicians 2 1

The Kitgum District Active Boda Boda Association’s Chairperson, Simon Pido condemned the continued neglect by political leaders who seems to want them during campaign periods, only to abandon them after assuming political office or when they get problems.
09:17
09:17

Lango Cooperative Union Reinstates 144 Primary Societies 2 4

The Union came to its knees when cotton growing, buying, ginning and selling were heavily affected rendering the primary societies inactive. Tonny Ogwal, the Lango Cooperative Union Vice-Chairperson says the union leaders are now on the move to revamp and strengthen the societies across the region.
08:18
08:18

Police Truck Knocks Three People Dead in Nwoya Anaka hospital 1

The incident happened at Agung Village, Anaka Sub–County along the Packwach–Karuma Highway, when A a motorcycle registration number UEV 202X on which they were riding joined the highway and collided with the speeding police truck registration number UP 5638.
10:29
10:29

Compensation of Livestock Tops Voters Demands in Lango FDC 2

Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu says to encourage and promote so-social economic development in Lango, compensation of the livestock that was regarded as the major wealth for the sub-region must be prioritized something he said his government will implement to the fullest as soon as they are voted to power.
10:19
10:19

Eight Agago Civil Servants in Trouble For Engaging in Partisan Politics 2 1

Agago District Chief Administrative Officer, Fred Kalyesubula has tasked the implicated officers for an explanation on their involvement in partisan politics.
09:03
09:03

Four Pastoralists Arrested after Cattle Destroy Food Crops in Amuru District 1

The arrest follows a presidential directive that the cattle owners whose animals have destroyed crops should compensate the victims of the destruction.
07:37
07:37

Lamwo Residents Flee Homes in Fear of Armed South Sudanese 1

Thomas Obol, a resident says the atmosphere is filled with tension, fear and panic amongst the civilian population. He says some have left their homes village and moved to the neighbouring villages of Lweny-Pe, Moroto, Loyo Ayela and Larach Odong for safety.
13:42
13:42

Japanese Embassy Commissions UGX 368 Million Medical Equipment in Lacor Hospital 5 2

Lacor Hospital conducts about 5,000 serious operations and 30,000 ultrasound services annually, which demands, Opira says, are overwhelming.
12:51
12:51

Lives at Risk as Hospitals Struggle to Diagnose Sickle Cell in Acholi sickle cell anemia 3 1

Atim revealed to URN that since its establishment, the hospital has been operating without a point-of-care diagnostic machine despite the overwhelming number of patients seeking services. She says four patients have died since October this year.
11:29
11:29

Defilement Victim’s Father Tasks Police to Hunt the Fugitive Suspect Gulu City 1

Grace Pande, the OC CID Gulu said the suspect jumped over the fence of the police station at a time when the cells were opened for the suspects to go and ease themselves. The OC says the police officer who was on duty is being investigated.
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