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17:13
17:13

Another Suspect in Death of Pregnant Woman Arrested Murder

James Mugoya Nandu, the Police Community Liason Officer in Kalangala, says Bahati, who went into hiding for a week after Olivia Nantaba was killed, turned himself in at Lwabaswa Landing site village Police Post on Wednesday.
08:15
08:15

Man Allegedly Kills Boss' Wife Over UGX 200,000

According to Wagaba, Matovu lost his cool when Nantaba called him a muyaye, saying that "he had not worked for some time at the oil palm plantation but was demanding payment." In a fit of rage, Wagaba, says that Matovu picked a stick from the compound and hit Nantaba around the neck and other body parts. Matovu came with another casual worker who was demanding Shillings 150,000.
17:06
17:06

Police Recover Bodies of Two Lovers in Kalangala 2 4

Gerald Bwegaba, the area chairperson, says 28-year- old Aharuhundira strangled Nalubega because there were bruises on her neck and lips and also blood on her nose. Bwegaba adds that Aharuhundira thereafter hanged himself probably due to guilt because he was wearing one of Nalule's t-shirts and a wristband with the words "I can't live without you".
16:34
16:34

Fishermen Count Losses As Cross-Border Robberies Persist in Kalangala Islands 3 1

According to fishermen at Nkose island, in Kalangala district, they have in the last two months lost at least 40 boat engines; estimated at 480 million shillings that were stolen by pirates using the specified navigation routes to the neighboring republic of Tanzania.
10:55
10:55

Police Officer Shoots Self in Kalangala 2 1 Top story

Muhammad Nsubuga, the Masaka Regional Spokesperson, says that the deceased was a resident of Kalungu District, saying that they are still trying to establish why he ended his life.
14:34
14:34

Ship's Crew Foil Man's Bid to Commit Suicide 1

Tobo Richard age 30 has attempted to commit suicide by jumping off MV Kalangala to drown in Lake Victoria during the voyage from Kalangala to Nakiwogo.
07:29
07:29

Fishermen Lose Five Boat Engines to Unknown Gunmen on Lake Victoria Fishing 3 1 Top story

Richard Lwanga, a leader at Nakibanga Landing Site says that three gunmen attacked fishermen in Mazinga Sub County of Kalangala on Sunday night and placed them at gunpoint before vanishing off with five horse power boat engines.
14:27
14:27

LC1 Chairperson Accuses Island Police of Helping Suspects Escape Justice 2

Buyondo Musa, the L C 1 Chairperson of Kitobo Landing Site in Bufumira says the area Police connive with criminal suspects who pay for their release without being charged for offences they are arrested over.
14:31
14:31

Defiled 13-Year-Old Girl Runs to Police 1

The victim was allegedly defiled by Mutebi Serugo Geofrey, aged 26, from Buyindi Village in Mugoye Sub County of Kalangala District on Monday this week. She ran to Bumangi Police post to report Serugo over defilement.
15:53
15:53

Banda Landing Site Residents Destroy Colleague's Properties over Witchcraft. 3

Four Houses including a Shop, Lodges and a family house have been destroyed yet others burnt into ashes at Banda Landing Site, Bufumira Sub County in Kalangala District on allegations of possessing witchcraft that attacks residents.
12:03
12:03

Fake Prophet Defrauds Islanders of Millions 3

The alleged Prophet called Lucy is said to be promoted by a local radio station to persuade people pay 37,000 Shillings so as to get Five Millions Shillings instantly in their mobile money account.
08:40
08:40

Man Sets His House on Fire, Drowns Himself In Lake Victoria 3

According to witnesses Mbabali torched his property on Friday afternoon and ran into the lake as residents were struggling to put out the fire. Haruna Kasaali, an eye witness says that Mbabali often warned his friends about his plans to burn his property and end his life.
13:46
13:46

Man Sentenced to 42 Years over Defilement of 3 Little Girls 1

Bugembe George aged 24 has been sentenced for 42 years in prison after pleading guilty of defiling the three little girls in one day. 36 of the 40 cases listed for hearing by the High Court Criminal session are of defilement.
09:42
09:42

High Court Criminal Session Kicks Off in Kalangala 2 4

Out of the 40 cases that will be heard, 36 are defilement cases. The other cases that will be heard include aggravated defilement, rape and robbery.
15:00
15:00

32 Remanded in Kalangala for Alleged Fish Poisoning 1 1

On Wednesday, the suspects appeared before the Chief Magistrate Court Daniel Kiboko Epobu who remanded them to Mugoye Prison, Mugoye Sub County until February 23.
09:40
09:40

17 Arrested for Alleged Fish Poisoning in Lake Victoria 1 3

Nsubuga Muhammad, the Masaka Regional Police Spokesperson says the 17 suspects are still detained at Nkose Landing site waiting to be transferred to Kalangala Central Police Station.
12:32
12:32

Police in Mazinga Arrests Woman who Kidnapped Baby, Strangled its Mother 2 3

Anita Nakanyike aged 37 allegedly kidnapped the baby from Wakiso Village Nama Sub County in Mukono District after strangling Caroline Nakiguli, the mother of the kidnapped baby.
13:46
13:46

NUP Supporters Still in Detention in Masaka, Kalangala 4 4

The supporters were arrested while on the campaign trail with Kyagulanyi. Muhammad Nsubuga, the Acting Police spokesperson Greater Masaka Region, says of the 94 suspects, 50 are currently detained at Masaka Central Police Station and the others at Kalangala Central Police Station.
11:25
11:25

Six Tourists Arrested for Breaking Curfew in Kalangala 2 4

Those who were chased from Kudos went to Kisisira Country club and by the time police raided Kisisira at 1am, they crossed back to Kudos Safaris which had remained open even after the police raid, until morning. The 6 rowdy tourists who spent the night/morning in the cells had been drinking in local bars at Mwena landing site.
22:00
22:00

Fisheries Protection Unit will Not Suspend Operations-Kyanda 3 5 Top story

Addressing fishermen at Kalangala District Headquarters in an FPU evaluation meeting on Tuesday, Kyanda, said ever since the introduction of FPU on Lake Victoria in 2017, the Government has earned of over Shillings 2.7billions in revenue.
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