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16:22
16:22

NIRA Officials in Jinja City Arrested over Extortion identity card 2 1

Their arrest follows complaints from national identity card applicants, who accuse the suspects of soliciting 20,000 Shillings.
11:15
11:15

283 Shortlisted in West Acholi for LDU Recruitment identity card 1 3

Susan Akany, the Omoro Resident District Commissioner revealed that an overwhelming number of applicants, many of whom possessed falsified documents applied to join forces but only 57 were shortlisted.
15:35
15:35

Court Dismisses Election Petition Against Bukooli Central MP voter 1 3

Justice Serukuma further stated that Ngiya failed to raise the required number of 500 registered voters in support of the petition.
11:02
11:02

COVID-19 Relief Registration: Residents Accuse VHTs of Confiscating Their National IDs member 2

Stella Naigaga, a saloon operator says that one of the VHTs confiscated her national ID under unclear circumstances. “They registered me alongside my other five workmates but after our 30 minute’s engagement, the VHT member sped off with our IDs claiming that they were a requirement to expedite the release of the relief funds to the beneficiaries,” she said.
14:02
14:02

Taskforce Registers Essential Workers’ Vehicles to Reduce Congestion in Jinja City identity card 1 1

The essential workers are being tasked to avail employment identity cards, details of the organizations they are attached too and number plates, before being cleared to access Jinja city central business area.
08:37
08:37

Police Mount Search For Boat Accident Victims Kenya

According to preliminary information, the 13 Ugandan traders were sailing on a boat with an unspecified number of bags of maize flour and fish from Sigulu Island in Namayingo district for sale in Kenya.
08:43
08:43

Nine Arrested in Iganga for Defying Ban on Closure of Churches village 3 1

The cult members were attending a fellowship of around fifty members and had locked themselves inside their incomplete church.
10:01
10:01

Brig. Karemire Explains Re-Arrest of Kaweesi Murder Suspects Yoweri Museveni 1 1 Top story

Now, the Army Spokesperson, Brigadier Richard Karemire, says the suspects were picked up by Joint Security Forces and are locked up at a gazetted facility on allegations that they are peace violators. “Our people deserve peace and security forces will do whatever they can within the laws established to ensure that,” said Karemire.
09:45
09:45

BULFC Nails Express FC 1-0 team 1

“First matches are always hard for all teams but my boys managed to follow the instructions and our style of play, earning us these three points,” he says. Express FC’s George Ssimwogerere blamed his loss on what he termed as strict FUFA laws.
12:23
12:23

602 LDUs Recruited from Busoga district 4 1

Josephat Mukama, a resident of Bugembe town council alleges that one of the officials approached him for 100,000 Shillings so as to be recruited without difficulties.
18:58
18:58

Jinja Hospital Stuck with Bodies of Mob Justice Victims investigation 1

A pathologist at the hospital who preferred anonymity says that the mortuary lacks adequate space to store the bodies and as a result, some of the bodies are still lying on the floor.
20:21
20:21

Kitatta's Co-accused Distance Themselves from Boda Boda 2010 association 1 Top story

John Ssebandeke was the first to take the stand. According to Ssebandeke, he was riding on a Boda boda from Entebbe to Kampala the day they were picked up.
11:39
11:39

Gov't to Take Over Busoga University team 2 1

Muyingo says that a team of officials from the National Council for Higher Education and auditors have been dispatched to the university to expedite the process of enabling it to become a public university by the end of the year.
18:06
18:06

Missing Luuka Girl Found Dead deceased

Florence Namuddus body was found dumped on Friday near her parents home in Idoome village, Ikumbya sub-county, Luuka district. Blood was oozing out of her nose and mouth.
17:28
17:28

Gov't to Register Inmates for National IDs prisoner 2

In 2014, Human Rights activists faulted government for excluding prisoners from the National Identity Card registration. They argued that disregarding prisoners, whether suspect or convict, is a rights violation since they are then treated as non-citizens who may not qualify for national IDs and government services.
14:40
14:40

Fort Portal Councillors Grill NIRA Official over Delayed Issuance of IDs development plan 3

Mary Rwakyaka Kenyana, the South Division Councillor, explained that after registering for her ID in 2014, she was shocked when it was brought back with her surname missing. She noted that despite going to court to solve the issue, it has up to date remained unresolved.
07:36
07:36

Foreign Journalists Accuse Gov't of Denying them Accreditation uganda 1 2 Top story

The Foreign Correspondents Association in Uganda-FCAU says 10 foreign journalists been denied accreditation by government from August this year despite following the laid down procedures.
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