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15:26
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'I Don’t Even Have A Pussy Cat In The UK' , Anita Among Tells Parliament 8 2 Top story

She said she is carrying the cross for 48 million Ugandans because she supported the law against homosexuality.
14:56
14:56

79 People Killed in Road Crashes Last Week Ministry of Works 3

Kananura revealed that out of the 79 fatalities, 29 were motorcyclists, 23 were pedestrians, and nine were passengers on motorcycles or involved in crashes with other vehicles.
08:00
08:00

Speaker Among pledges to lobby for Public University in Bugisu Anita 1 1

Among conveyed this message through Mbale District Woman MP Miriam Mukhaye during the Easter Monday prayer breakfast held at the Inzu Ya Masaba headquarters at Malukhu in Mbale city.
16:34
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Cecilia Ogwal: Not Death She Feared. It Was Misrule 1 Top story

Amin asked her whether she did not fear death. She replied, "No, because for every human being, there's a day of birth and there's a day of dying."
16:53
16:53

Oil Pipeline: Experts Worried of A Flare-up in Lung Disease 2 1

Dr Charles Ayume the Chairperson of the Parliamentary Health Committee said that the flaring that comes with oil extraction will lead to lung complications which need ready solutions provided by a well-prepared and involved workforce. He says that the Makerere University Lung Institute should already be spearheading these discussions with the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development but this is not yet happening.
16:59
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Experts Weigh in on Hunger in the 'Food Basket' Twaweza East Africa 9 1

According to Fred Muhumuza, an Economist projects to boost food availability have come over the years but recommendations are never adopted as implementers resort to doing awareness campaigns and designing brochures and T-shirts.
11:43
11:43

No Scientific Studies Have Found Gene Responsible for Homosexuality- Medics

The General Secretary of the Uganda Medical Association (UMA) Dr Herbert Luswata told URN this morning that they had earlier presented a statement to parliament clarifying that many genetic studies have attempted to establish why homosexuality happens but none has been successful in pinpointing one specific homosexual gene responsible.
08:30
08:30

Serere MPs Reiterate Call for Detailed Report on Okabe's Accident serere district 1 1

The MPs re- echoed the calls on Saturday during the burial of the couple in Oburin Cell, Ochapa Town Council in Serere district. The Kasilo County MP, Elijah Okupa said that there are several unanswered questions from the family, the people of Serere and the leaders in relation to the Monday accident.
15:20
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Tayebwa Presents Okabe's Son as Replacement in Parliament serere county mp 1 Top story

Tayebwa presented Omoding to the mourners during the funeral of Okabe and his wife, Christine Okabe at their home in Oburin Cell Ochapa Town Council in Serere district on Saturday afternoon.
11:16
11:16

No Need for Fresh Benchmarking on National Health Insurance Bill - Experts Ministry of Health 5 1

Speaking at the opening of the two-day National Community Health Financing Conference in Kampala on Thursday, Fredrick Makaire, the Executive Director Save for Health Uganda, an NGO that coordinates community health insurance schemes across the country said there’s no need for fresh benchmarking as there’s already enough data gathered over the last more than fifteen years of failed attempts to introduce the law.
18:42
18:42

ROKO Mess Could Further Delay Organ Transplant Services at Mulago 4 1

Officials at the hospital told members of the Parliamentary Health Committee who were checking the facility’s readiness to offer tertiary care including organ transplants that some ICT installations, and electrical and plumbing work have not yet been completed.
08:58
08:58

Four Districts to Miss Indoor Residual Spraying Over Funding Deficit malaria surge 3

According to Dr. Jimmy Opigo who heads the Malaria Control Division, they had initially mapped thirteen districts that needed spraying in this round that starts in September owing to the high prevalence of malaria rated at 22 percent against the national average of 9 percent.
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MPs Direct Mbarara City Leaders to Allocate Stalls in New Market to Stranded Vendors 4 2

Adam Kabatano a fruit vendor, told members of the committee that many vendors occupied the market in 1987 but were surprised when their names were not included on the list of vendors to occupy the newly constructed market.
12:20
12:20

Skepticism As Ministers Start Parish Development Model Mobilization Entandikwa 4 1 Top story

Some Members of Parliament, civil society, and development experts doubt that the Parish development model will be different from similar interventions like Entandikwa, and NAADS.
15:30
15:30

Curriculum to Guide Women Politicians Guard Against Social Media Abuse Launched 4 1

According to Nyamwire, women politicians barely used Twitter for campaigning. While women extensively used Facebook, many of their accounts were set up as personal pages instead of Public Figure pages that politicians typically use to engage large audiences, she says this is why they have resolved to have them trained.
13:25
13:25

State of Isingiro's Border Roads Shocks Parliament's Physical Infrastructural Committee 3 5

Hon Stephen Kangwagye, the Bukanga MP says the World Bank has accepted to fund the construction of these roads but lack of funds amounting to 6 billion shillings for the feasibility study is delaying the works
09:49
09:49

Mbarara Roadworks Contract Time Ends with Most Work Not Done 5 2

Eng. Lawrence Walulya the USMID project Engineer says that the contract has applied for an extension of the contract but Asse Abireeba, the Mbarara City Clerk has told the parliamentary committee that the contractor has no capacity to construct the roads.
12:14
12:14

EC Issues Official Programme for Omoro County Parliamentary By-Election

Speaking to URN on Saturday, EC Spokesperson Paul Bukenya said update of the voters’ register in each of the thirty seven parishes in the constituency will last five days until the 19th of April.
15:30
15:30

Security Deploys Heavily In Omoro Ahead of Arrival of Oulanyah’s Body Lalogi Subcounty, 2 1

Omoro Resident District Commissioner, Andrew Onyuk told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that they are not taking chances with security and have deployed a joint force comprising personnel from the Uganda Police Force and Uganda People's Defense Forces-UPDF.
13:05
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MAK Researchers Punch Holes in Road Safety Regulations Makerere University 4

Esther Bayiga Zziwa, a researcher at the Unit, says that the law is silent on children using the road and there are no restrictions on what seats they should take in the car yet they are at greater risk of major injury during a crash because of their body mass.
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