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11:40
11:40

Drivers Find Alternative Routes to Access Jinja city public transport 1 1

Other vehicles owned by utility service providers, which ferried excess passengers were also impounded, although most of their illegal passengers abandoned their transporters and fled.
15:43
15:43

Fuel Siphoning Frustrates Efforts to Minimize Contact Between Truck Drivers, Highway Communities police spokesperson 5 1 Top story

“As a community, we feel it is not safe for us but, we can’t do anything about it because those engaged in this business are powerful people. These youths plant Jerry cans in front of our shops and whenever trucks make stop overs. An average of 10 boys gather to interact with the drivers as they siphon fuel,” he said.
18:47
18:47

Bugembe Residents Blame Insecurity on Church Garden district 1 4

According to residents, the feeder road that connects the entire community goes through the bushy garden, which offers sanctuary to thugs.
14:06
14:06

Taxi Drivers in Busoga Protest New Traffic Guidelines Jinja 3 3

The drivers blocked major highways mainly the Iganga-Mbale highway, Jinja-Kamuli highway, slowing traffic on the major highways.
07:50
07:50

Sugar Bill Talk Dominates Kadaga's Thanksgiving Ceremony people 4 1 Top story

Rt. Rev. Samson Naimanhe, the Bishop of Busoga Diocese who led the thanksgiving service, called for the sensitisation of cane farmers in the region on each clause in the bill before it is discussed by parliament.
12:19
12:19

Butchers Raise Concerns over Filthy Abattoir district 2 1

The abattoir employs 56 butchers who have scaled down on the number of slaughtered cows due to poor hygiene. According to the butchers, the number of livestock slaughtered at the abattoir has reduced from 10 to 5 daily.
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