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15:49
15:49

Politicians Back Encroachers as Wetlands Continue to Disappear climate change 1 4

Available statistics show that wetland coverage in Uganda has dropped from 37,346.3 Sq. Km in 1994 (15.5 percent) to 21,526.3 Sq.Km which is an 8.9 percent decrease. There is also a projection indicating that if the destruction trends are not checked, Uganda will be left with only 1.6 percent of wetlands cover by 2040.
11:25
11:25

Boda Boda Cyclists in Jinja Pin Police over Extortion street 2 1

Led by their chairperson, Eria Musobya, the riders argue that ever since the lockdown began, some of his colleagues have been arrested over violating presidential directives but instead of taking legal action, they demand them to pay money before they are released.
14:31
14:31

Police Detective in Jinja Arrested For Defying Ban on Closure of Bars security

Alaba was arrested following a 24-hour crackdown on adamant bar operators that was launched by the Jinja district security committee members on Friday night.
19:06
19:06

COVID 19: KCCA Bans Weekly, Open and Roadside Markets Law Enforcement 2 5

The Minister for Kampala Metropolitan Affairs, Betty Amongi, says only gazetted markets will be allowed to operate. She says weekly market commonly known as Mubuulo are usually overcrowded and bring together traders from different parts of the country, which poses a health risk.
07:27
07:27

People Power Considering ‘Plan B’ after Botched Consultative Meeting law 4 1 Top story

According to Ssenyonyi, what transpired at Ndeeba is a clear indication that whatever they do will be reject by police, which keep hiding behind sections of several acts.
19:56
19:56

KCCA Law Enforcement Team Improves Operation Methods City Hall court 3

According to Robert Kalumba the Deputy Spokesperson of KCCA, the enforcement officers have been given more training in client care and continued to monitor them to ensure compliance. He says that they have also stoped them from chasing after people and bundling them on KCCA trucks. He however says they have continued with law enforcement to maintain order in the City.
11:09
11:09

Bunyoro Leaders, Residents Ask Gov't to Formalise Cost Sharing in Public Schools Cosmas Byaruhanga

The Masindi LC V Chairperson, Cosmas Byaruhanga told parents to understand that there is no free education world over. He asked parents to always play their role by providing the necessary support to their children and forget free education.
17:25
17:25

Umeme Offices Face Closure Over Accumulated Property Rates assistant 4 2

On Wednesday, Alex Baingana, the Principal Assistant Town Clerk in charge of the Central Division stormed the Umeme offices along Bank lane in Kabale town accompanied by the law enforcement officers and ordered all staff to vacate the premises.
12:46
12:46

KCCA Issues Directive on Public Toilets in Arcades city 3 1

The KCCA Spokesperson, Peter Kaujju told Uganda Radio Network that several meetings have been held with arcade owners reminding them to avail free toilets to traders who rent their buildings.
20:34
20:34

Vendors React to Musisi's Resignation village 1

On Monday, Musisi tendered in her resignation as KCCA ED, saying she will leave office in December this year. She cited several reasons for her decision, one of them being the lack of political will.
11:45
11:45

Enforcement of Abortion Laws Weak-Report mulago hospital 2

The findings show that a total of 182 arrests were carried out in Kampala and Kitgum over the study period from 2011 to 2015. 38 cases were sanctioned by the office of the Director of Public Prosecution and only nine cases were prosecuted during this time.
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