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10:51
10:51

Delayed Release of Funds Stalls Operations of Masaka, Gulu Cities Masaka City Council 5 1

Godfrey Kayemba, the interim City Mayor says that the government committed to allocate 100 billion shillings to each of the new cities as their start-up capital, which has not been the case hence causing a standstill in executing of plans.
10:15
10:15

NRM Aspirants in Ntungamo Accuse Security Officials of Selectively Enforcing Covid-19 Guidelines 5 1

The aspirants accuse the Gombolola internal security officers (GISOs) of blocking their meetings and allowing the incumbents to hold public gatherings.
09:29
09:29

KCCA Registers 83% Tax Collection Decline During Lockdown 1 Top story

According to the performance report by the Directorate of Tax Collection, the Authority collected Shillings 3.2 billion compared to Shillings19.3 billion collected in the same period in the 2018/2019 financial year.
08:04
08:04

Opposition Skeptical of Opinion Poll Putting Museveni Ahead of Rivals elections 2021 5 1

Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, the Opposition Chief Whip in Parliament, says that the opinion poll rightfully indicates that living conditions of Ugandans are bad it contradicts that Ugandans are happy with the current President.
07:18
07:18

Ugandans Buy Record Motorcycles in 2019 boda boda 1 1

According to figures published by the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA), Ugandans registered 103, 169 motorcycles in 2018/2019, the highest number ever in a single year. This was a jump from 49,635 motorcycles registered in 2017/2018. The annual average registration is 50,000 motorcycles.
19:12
19:12

Gulu City Leaders Struggle to Maintain Access Roads World Bank. 6 2

The impassable roads are spread across 124 villages and 34 parishes in the two Divisions of Gulu City. Currently, some of the parishes with notable bad and impassable roads include Tegwana, Kirombe, Pece Cubu, Kabed’opong, Layibi-Techo and Kanyagoga among others.
18:48
18:48

Anti-Corruption Agencies Fueling Confusion- Museveni 1 3 Top story

Museveni says he brought what he called confusion by founding different agencies to fight corruption something that has not addressed the question of corruption.
18:44
18:44

Teso MPs Threaten Legal Action Against Landlords Who Protested Creation of Soroti City 1 2

Elijah Okupa, the Kasilo County MP in Serere says they are studying the document presented to various offices and will soon make a decision on whether to drug the petitioners to court. He claims that three people, whose names were included as petitioners have approached him and disowned the document.
14:07
14:07

Residents Raise Concern About Pinning of Campaign Posters on Road Signs UNRA 7 2

In the areas of Rwakaraba and Burambira in Kabale municipality as well as Bubaare, Hamurwa, Ikumba and Muko sub-counties in Rubanda, several campaign posters especially of National Resistance Movement- NRM party aspirants have been pinned on the road signs.
11:39
11:39

KCCA Drafts a Physical Plan for Kololo, Makerere Areas 4

In Kololo KCCA is proposing guidelines on land development including the number of levels any new building should have, how many people to plan for, parking space and maintenance of the green. KCCA for instance, suggests that further constructions in Kololo be limited to four to six floors for land around the hilly areas of air strip and six to eight floors for those in the valley.
20:21
20:21

Eastern NRM Youth Leaders Endorse Kadaga national 1 3 Top story

Samuel Odong, the NRM National Youth League Publicity Secretary says there are powerful politicians who are campaigning against Kadaga’s bid for the CEC position by bribing delegates to boycott the forthcoming elections.
18:12
18:12

I am Retiring From Elective Politics- Muruli Mukasa NRM primaries 1 Top story

In a message to URN, the 68-year-old minister, who has served two five year terms in parliament, says he is retiring from elective politics but will continue serving in government. He however, didn’t respond to our query why he is quitting elective politics.
17:49
17:49

Busongora South MP Defeated in FDC Primaries 1 2

Mbaju lost to Alozious Baguma Kighima who polled 258 votes against Mbaju’s 245.
16:50
16:50

Mao Declares DP-Block Dead dp wrangles

A fortnight ago, several DP members including MPs such as Medard Lubega Sseggona, Muwanga Kivumbi, Mathias Mpuuga, and Florence Namayanja among others declared that they will be supporting National Unity Platform President, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu in the coming elections.
14:34
14:34

2021 Polls: Acholi Elders Rally Subjects to Vote Against Deceptive Politicians 3 1

Livingstone Okello Okello, the Chairperson of Wang-oo Project, an umbrella body of Acholi Elders and an auxiliary policy-making organ of Acholi chiefdom, says there is need for the electorates in the region to consider integrity and competence of candidates.
12:29
12:29

Q&A with Kampala Mayoral Aspirant Beatrice Kayanja 4 3

So far, persons who have declared interest in the race include Al-Haj Nasser Ntege Ssebaggala, Musician Joseph Mayanja alias Jose Chameleon, fellow musician Daniel Kazibwe, also known as Ragga Dee, Kampala Woman MP Nabillah Naggayi Ssempala, Godfrey Nyakana Amooti and IT Guru Beatrice Kayanja.
20:40
20:40

NRM Requires Aspirants to Test for COVID-19 Before Nomination NRM primaries

Speaking to reporters at the NRM Electoral Commission headquarters at Plot 13 Kyadondo Road, Dr Tanga Odoi, its chairman said they are going to ensure that the Presidential directive is enforced. Last week the President said all political aspirants must first test for the virus before they go to the population to canvass for votes
18:33
18:33

URA to Waive Penalties for Taxpayers Who Do Voluntary Disclosure Vincent Seruma 1 2 Top story

The window for voluntary disclosure comes after an amendment of section 66 of the Tax Procedures Code Act, 2014. The amendment gives the URA commissioner general a discretion to ask taxpayers to voluntarily disclose and be forgiven on the penalties and interest on money they hadn’t paid.
18:11
18:11

Radio, TV Stations Asked to Write to Police About Late Night Guests Uganda police force 6 3 Top story

According to Enanga, this will enable them to alert their officers on the ground about the categories of people to be excused from those being held apprehended for violating curfew directives.
16:50
16:50

Bundibugyo Radio Stations Introduce Airplay Charge for Political Songs 1 2

Development FM, one of the stations in Bundibugyo now charges 300,000 Shillings per month for each song to be played twice a day. The station has already received about five aspirants who have paid for their songs to get airplay.
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