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Government, Tech Companies Strategizing to Curb ICT Infrastructure Vandalism law 2 2

Vandalism remains a substantial challenge to the country's social and economic development, leading to network outages that disrupt online transmissions, including cell phones and banking systems, resulting in revenue loss. Vandalism also extends to hydroelectric installations, with equally severe consequences.
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Ex-vandalism Convict Arrested Vandalizing Electricity Transmission Line Power Transmission 1 1

Prior to his arrest on Wednesday evening, Waiswa had just concluded a three year sentence over electricity transmission line vandalism charges, after being arrested and convicted under related circumstances in 2019.
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Vandalism of Power Transmission Masts Irks Police in Kakira Town Council police spokesperson 1 1

Pylons from over eight masts along the Kabembe transmission line have been vandalized in the past two months.
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Uganda Prisons Creates Isolation Centres for New Suspects on Remand community 2 1

Uganda Prison's Service Spokesperson Frank Baine says that the newly constructed Kitalya Min Max Prison in Wakiso will be holding all suspects remanded from Kampala Metropolitan Area at this time. The facility which was built to hold inmates on longer sentences has been empty at the moment and is now seen as a perfect place of isolation.
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Suruma Appoints Bazeyo Acting Mak Deputy VC job 2

In November Professor Anthony Mugisha challenged the search process saying he was unfairly and unlawfully denied a chance to compete for the job of Deputy Vice-Chancellor.
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Police, Clash With Mbale Vendors Over Mast Installation center 5

Ayubu Madoi, the Chairperson Mbale Central Market, says he received a letter from the town clerk last month notifying him about the proposed installation of the mast on the market building, a proposal that was rejected by the vendors.
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Floods Displace Hundreds Of People In Pallisa village 2

Simon Omasukei, one of the affected residents from Moru-Okume, says he taken refuge at a friends home. He blames the local council leaders for failing to report their plight to district authorities.
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