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15:14
15:14

Street Kids' Will Kill us if we Don't Address their Needs- Archbishop Warns HIV/AIDS 3 1

According to the Archbishop, the country faces a time bomb from such vulnerable children who may end up into criminal gangs or habitual offenders if a strategic intervention is not sought to sustainably address their future needs.
12:57
12:57

Pictorial: Christmas Decorations Light Up Kampala Streets KCCA 12

The decorations hang on the walls of some company premises, arcades, hotels, and churches ahead of the Christmas festivities this weekend.
16:04
16:04

COVID-19: Hundreds Pray Outside Namirembe Cathedral On Christmas 2 1

Delivering his sermon, The Rt. Rev Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira, the Bishop of Namirembe Cathedral, said this Christmas is the first of its kind whereby people are commemorating the birth of Jesus with masks on, no hugs and enforcement of social distancing.
14:24
14:24

IGP Warns Criminals, Rioters as Country Prepares for Christmas 1

“All Ugandans must know that regardless of who you are crime and Covid-19 affects us all. We, therefore, need to be mindful of Covid-19 by celebrating in very safe and socially distanced ways to help protect our families, friends and all those who are dear to us. We also need to remain vigilant about criminals, who always take advantage of such festivals to victimize members of the public through acts of thefts, robbery, housebreaking, fraud, cybercrime,” Ochola’s message says in part.
10:09
10:09

Policeman Shoots Rukungiri Student While Celebrating Christmas police officers 2

According to preliminary information obtained by our reporter, Tibesigwa was gunned down when a team of police officers comprising of Sergeant Daivd Twebaze, Detective Constable Agaba Busingye and Special Police Constable Baziira Begumisa from Kebisoni Police station invaded the disco hall accusing the organisers of staging an illegal event.
15:36
15:36

Kitgum Increases Vigilance on Animal Transportation Ahead Of Christmas 1 6

Jackson Omona, the Kitgum District Chairperson, says that the district security committee has recommended deployment of mobile police patrol to monitor transportation of livestock.
14:18
14:18

Serve with Integrity, Transparency - Archbishop Ntagali Tells New Cabinet Christmas 3 1

Ntagali decried the intolerable levels of greed, violence, injustice, youth unemployment and land grabbing in the country, and said that so many of these and other things could be resolved if corruption is managed. He added that many of the problems Uganda is facing are fundamentally spiritual because nationals have allowed evil to flourish at all levels.
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