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Jun 2022 11 results
18:57
18:57

Hundreds of Suspects Ready for Plea Bargaining in Gulu Gulu Main Prisons 7 2

On Monday, Justice Alex Mackay Ajiji, the Resident Judge of Gulu High Court told the Chief Justice that more than 300 remand inmates had applied for plea bargaining while another 117 were received from Lira High Court for the session.
18:30
18:30

Kawempe Speaker Arrested while Chairing Special Council Meeting 1 3

The speaker had called a special Council Meeting to discuss the plight of street vendors who were evicted from the streets in the Kawempe division.
17:32
17:32

Woman Kills 'Husband' With Beer Bottle in Luwero Luwero police 1

Wilson Kakande, the LC 1 chairman, says that although the deceased was his well-known resident, his wife had not been introduced to the village council. It’s against this background that the chairman now wants to enforce the registration of all new people who come and settle in his village.
16:09
16:09

Opposition Outlines Ten Milestones Accomplished in First Year domestic debts 1 2

Joyce Baagala Ntwaatwa, the Shadow Minister of Information and Anti-Corruption disclosed that the Opposition produced the first-ever legislative agenda, and overall strategic driver of all the outputs, which was launched on August 30th, 2021 to help the common man.
15:44
15:44

Government Allocates UGX 600M for Adwir Seed Secondary School Adwir sub county

The community of Adwir secured 7 hectares of land in Anangi village, Adwir parish for the establishment of the school. Tony Aliro, the acting Senior Assistant Secretary Adwir Sub-county, says that the land is free from any incumbrances and has already been inspected by the sub-county area land committee.
15:19
15:19

Teachers Strike: Kapelebyong Resorts to Parents for Support 1 2

Akorikin said that Kapelebyong district education system heavily relies on the government with more than 95 percent of children (39,000) attending government-aided schools offering Universal Primary and Secondary Education.
13:01
13:01

Kony War Victims Demonstrate Over Delayed Compensation 2 3

Alex Matua, the chairperson of West Nile LRA war victims, says that the peaceful demonstration is a result of the government’s failure to respond to their demands despite making numerous promises to pay them.
08:55
08:55

Oyam Primary Schools Grapple with Shortage of Teaching Staff 6 1

Minakulu primary school, which has 2,336 pupils has only 18 government teachers instead of the required 36. The School has employed a teacher who is being paid using PTA funds.
08:44
08:44

Human Rights Commission Calls for Law on Minimum Wage to Reduce Labor Export 1

Agnes Kim Atwooki, the Chairperson of Women workers under the National Organization of Trade Unions-NOTU says that they agreed with cabinet to introduce a living wage and the salary scale rather than a minimum wage.
06:59
06:59

Guard Shoots Self Dead Over Wife's Infidelity 2

According to Ayoto, Okot locked himself inside his rental house and turned his gun on his head in the wee hours of Sunday morning. His body was found lying in a pool of blood with a shattered skull and a short handgun beside it.
Jun 2022 11 results