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21:29
21:29

Uganda Receives Over Ten Million Doses of Polio Vaccines 2 2

Dr. Yonas Tegegn Woldemariam, the WHO Representative in Uganda is convinced that Uganda will meet the target of ten million children within three days based on its past polio vaccination record. Tegegn however hopes that the exercise will not disrupt or be disrupted by the ongoing Covid-19 mass vaccination campaign.
20:02
20:02

Vendors of Roasted Chicken in Wandegeya in Fear Over Eviction 8 1

Fred Mayanja, one of the vendors who has been roasting chicken in the market since 2015, says that Kalema, who claims to own the space they operate from, keeps threatening to evict them for declining to pay monthly dues.
19:22
19:22

Uganda Receives More 700,000 Sinovac COVID-19 Vaccines 1 3

The Chinese ambassador to Uganda, Zhang Lizhong handed the second batch of the Chinese vaccines to the National Medical Stores-NMS in Entebbe municipality on Tuesday. He said the donation brings to 1million, the number of Sinovac vaccines donated to Uganda.
18:15
18:15

Interviews for EAC Jobs Postponed After Uganda's Protest EALA MPs 1

The Secretariat early this year advertised over 50 jobs attracting more than 15,000 applications. However there have been concerns especially from the Ugandan side over unequal distribution of the jobs among the six member states of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan, Rwanda and Burundi.
10:05
10:05

Kenyans Attack Bobi Wine for Supporting A Politician Accused of Attempted Murder

Babu Owino, whose real name is Paul Ongili was charged in a Kenyan court in January 2020, after he shot at a popular DJ Felix Odhiambo commonly known as DJ Evolve. The two had a brawl in a bar that resulted in Owino pulling out a pistol and fired at DJ Evolve. The case is yet to be disposed of as Kenya heads into the 2022 general election.
17:54
17:54

Court Upholds Election of Bukoto West MP Muhammad Ssentaayi Masaka High Court 1 1

Ssentaayi, a member of the National Resistance Movement-NRM party, emerged as the winner of the January 14, parliamentary polls with 12,882 votes ahead of the independent candidate Olivia Mugabe who polled 6,115 votes. But Mugabe challenged the outcome of the polls on grounds of voter harassment, bribery, and intimidation of polling agents.
11:02
11:02

Non-Synchronized Lights Causing Traffic Gridlock on Acacia Avenue 1 5

Vincent Ahimbisiwe, a taxi driver plying the Kampala-Ntinda route, blames the gridlock on the newly installed traffic lights, which he says are creating more chaos than calm on the route.
12:43
12:43

Can Recycling Save Victoria of Plastic Pollution? Pollution in Uganda 2

While some plastics have been collected by young people foraging the wetlands to have them recycled, a huge chunk remains uncollected. Can recycling end plastic pollution on Lake Victoria?
17:47
17:47

Why NUP Stayed Away From Besigye’s Front 5

However, although Rubongoya publicly professes no ill will with the Front, four people who know the goings on in NUP say that the real reason why the party will not join is their suspicion of FDC and Dr Kiiza Besigye personally.
11:36
11:36

Lira District, City Bicker Over Assets 5 1

The Ministry of Health had budgeted for the construction of three health facilities within the city. They include Ongica and Anyomorem Health Centre IIIs and Punuluru HCII in the Lira City West division.
07:02
07:02

Unvaccinated Staff, Visitors Denied Access to National Medical Stores 2 4

The directive takes immediate effect for staff, and start on October 18 for all other visitors. This implies that all NMS staff, who are over 350 in number, and visitors, who are usually bidders and suppliers of drugs and other pharmaceutical products must present proof of vaccination to be admitted at the NMS head offices in Entebbe.
15:09
15:09

Court Confirms Joel Ssenyonyi as the Rightly Elected Nakawa West MP 1 3 Top story

In his ruling, Muwata said even if Mukesh had proved any of the grounds, which he didn’t, such irregularities wouldn’t have affected the election in a substantial manner.
08:39
08:39

Conviction of Former Minister Kabafunzaki Draws Mixed Reactions in Rukiga County 8 3

Last week, Justice Margaret Tibulya of the Anti-Corruption Court found the former minister guilty of soliciting a bribe of 5 million Shillings in 2017.
06:44
06:44

KCCA Councilors Call for Audit of Private Garbage Collectors 4

According to the contracts, the companies are required to levy a monthly charge of shilling 30,000 for premium services (3 bags per week) and UGX3000 per month for bring-to-truck services. Concessionaires are also required to assess each client objectively depending on how much garbage they generate.
19:20
19:20

Oil Curse Or No Curse : Life Is Changing in Hoima and Buliisa Districts resource curse 1 Top story

While the discovery of oil and gas in the Albertine has raised fear of a likely resource curse , some residents in Hoima and Buliisa districts say they are witnessing some transformation even before oil comes out of the ground.
16:42
16:42

Acholi Leaders Want Large Parishes Allocated Additional Funds in New Program financial inclusion 1 3

Some leaders in Acholi have argued that before the disbursement, the government should consider allocating the funds based on the population size in a particular parish.
15:53
15:53

We Are Not Against Besigye’s New Front-NUP 1 1

David Lewis Rubongoya, the NUP Secretary-General said although they are not willing to join the Front, they nevertheless have no problem with it for as long as it’s pushing in the same direction of ending President Yoweri Museveni’s continued stay in power.
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