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20:28
20:28

Kasingye Directs ASPs to Vacate Barracks 3 3 Top story

Kasingye says that the Police standing orders stipulate that only officers from the rank of constable to Inspector of police are allowed to stay in the barracks.
10:51
10:51

Kabarole District Fails to Recover UGX 900 Million Livelihood Funds 4

Mande attributes the delayed repayment of YLP funds to lack of supervision by sub county leaders and diversion from planned and funded projects.
18:16
18:16

Kamwenge Ban Residences In Taxi Park 3

The Town Council LC 3 chairperson, Geoffrey Byamukama announced the decision during the council sitting on Thursday. He explained that the facilities in the taxi park can’t handle the high volume of people with some opting to reside there.
11:24
11:24

Bishop Cautions King Oyo Against Owning Kingdom Property land

Bishop Kisembo says that Tooro Kingdom subjects are not against the modern facility but are rather opposing and rejecting the conversation on the ownership of Kingdom property by an individual who also happens to be a custodian of the same property.
07:55
07:55

Kabarole to Return UGX 600m Pension Fund Over Lack of Information 2 1

Kabarole Chief Administrative Officer, Phionah Sanyu explains that the district received Shs1Billion this financial year for pension arrears but only 400 million Shillings has been paid out leaving a balance of 600million Shillings because of beneficiaries lack IDs and have conflicting names.
16:15
16:15

King Oyo Acquiring Kingdom Property Legally- Spokesperson land 1

The Kingdom Spokesperson, Charles Mwanguhya Mpagi, says told URN that since the national constitution guarantees the right of all Ugandans to own property, the same constitution doesn’t dictate from whom and who can acquire such property.
13:17
13:17

Uganda, DRC in Talks to Tarmac Mpondwe-Beni Road Museveni 4 1

Museveni also said the two governments are also considering to jointly raise resources to work on Bunagana -Goma road.
15:32
15:32

Bwera SS Needs UGX 335m to Construct Science Lab, Staff Houses Church Of Uganda 3 3

Masereka says the school is now in a drive to raise 335M to have a good laboratory.
18:44
18:44

Black History Month Celebrated with Freedom Songs at Makerere Sauti Ya Africa 3

Artists Sauti Ya Africa, sensational recording artist and dancer Sheebah Karungi, musical diva Rema Namakula and Ugandan rapper Daniel Lubwama Kigozi alias Navio all sang the freedom songs. They were accompanied by American musician Seth Sharp and Makerere University’s Department of Performing Arts and Film Choir.
12:12
12:12

President Museveni Advises People in Rwenzori To 'Wake - Up' farmers 1 4

Museveni says it’s unfortunate that in region full of potentials ranging from the good climate to fertile soils the people there continue to wade in poverty and unemployment.
11:30
11:30

Kamwenge Farmers Decry Lack of Extension Services Extension workers 4

Milton Kamusiime, a local farmer in Rwenja, Kitagwenda district says most of the local farmers lack adequate knowledge of modern farming practices.
07:56
07:56

Fort Portal Diocese Bishop Challenges Ugandans On Corruption katoosa 3 4

Bishop Muhirwa said that huge amounts of money are budgeted for social services but are embezzled. He asked the citizens to be alert and not be tempted into corruption tendencies.
07:03
07:03

Thousands Converge at Katosa for Martyrs Day Celebrations 5 7 Top story

The youthful Peter Aliganyira from Kihura Sub County of Kyenjojo District, who is celebrating the local martyr’s day for the third time, says the day presents him the utmost time for devotion. Aliganyira hopes that the prayers for the martyrs with aid him achieve his personal dreams in 2020.
17:57
17:57

Kabujogera Town Council Struggling Without Gov't Funding MInistry of Finance 2

According to Musana Nathan, the chairperson LC3 Kicheche Sub county who also doubles as Mayor Kabujogera Town council during an interview with URN reporter earlier on Thursday, said the Town council received only 50M as startup fund in 2016 and since they have never received any more money.
08:02
08:02

Kasese Residents Abandon Hand Washing As Ebola Mass Messages Phase Out 4 2 Top story

Nelson Baluku, a Boda boda rider along Alexander Street of Kasese municipality, says whereas he knows the importance of hand washing, he is often very busy and unable to wash his hands often. In Kasese District, surveys by the URN reporter indicate that a great number of people have now abandoned healthy practices such as routine hand washing.
19:29
19:29

Mumbere's Wife Returns to Kasese Three Years After Palace Attack Rwenzururu Kingdom 5 4

As early as 8:00 am thousands of subjects had lined up along the Kasese-Fort Portal high way to welcome Ithungu. A number of young people could not hide their joy as they danced all through the afternoon waiting for Ithungu
15:13
15:13

Kasese Still Grappling With Child Marriages Ministry of Gender 2

Sowed, Kitanywa, the Kasese District Senior Probation and Social Welfare Officer, says the district is grappling with high school dropout rates. He says most girls are persuaded to drop out of school by men into marriage.
16:15
16:15

Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu to Revive Campaign Against Harmful Cultural Practices customs 2 3

In 2010 OBR supported by Government through the Ministry of Gender, the Uganda AIDS Commission and AIDS Information Centre with support from UNFPA embarked on measures to address negative cultural customs. These included promotion of maternal health, prevent gender-based violence and HIV/AIDS, elimination of teenage pregnancies and advocate for family planning practices. .
13:49
13:49

Rubirizi District Councillors Accuse RDC of Frustrating Local Revenue Collection Traders 3 1

The RDC is accused of sabotaging the council resolutions and overstepping her mandate.
12:09
12:09

UGX 1.4b Pineapple Factory Commissioned in Ntungamo pineapple growers 4 5

Mugume says that the construction of the factory has increased the price of Pineapples from 1,000 shillings to between 1,500 and 2,000 shillings. He also says that the number of Pineapple farmers has increased from 156 to 32,202 farmers.
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