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19:54
19:54

Low Turn up as Minister Launches Mass COVID-19 Vaccination in Teso COVID-19 Pandemic 2 1

Dr. Aceng said that the daily target of vaccination in Teso is 157, 200 people but all the nine districts and city vaccinated only 44,828 people on Monday. Kumi district registered the highest number of with 10,800 people followed by Bukedea, 9,245 and Katakwi 6,423.
11:50
11:50

Sweet Potato Caterpillars Ravage Gardens in Teso Teso sub region 1 1

The caterpillars were first sighted in Ngora district in a pest and disease surveillance report conducted by the Production and Marketing Department last month. In Ngora district, more than 90 acres have been affected by the caterpillar invasion in the villages of Agule, Kopege, Agu, Orit, Kopelu, Ngora, Kees and Angod among others.
11:30
11:30

Health Ministry Planning Mass Covid-19 Vaccination in Teso, Lango COVID-19 Pandemic 1 1

Dr Alfred Driwale, the Assistant Commissioner in charge of Vaccines and Immunization at the Ministry of Health says that the mass vaccination of people in Teso and Lango will start Monday, November 8, 2021, and will run for seven days.
18:17
18:17

Exclusion of Soroti-Amuria-Abim Road in Budget Angers Leaders NDP 3 3 1

Last week, the Uganda National Roads Authority- UNRA released a list of roads measuring 3,596.5 kilometres that will be constructed countrywide under the third phase of the National Development Plan- NDP III by 2025.
19:41
19:41

Deserters Cry Out as Gov’t Continues to Register Veterans in Teso 3rd updf division 2 1

When the LRA attacked Teso in 2003, Okot joined the Teso Arrow group that flashed out the rebels who had killed, looted and molested women and children in the area. He left the UPDF auxiliary force in 2006 and joined politics, which course took him to prison.
10:02
10:02

Compensation of Teso War Claimants: Thousands Run to Court for Letters of Administration Teso sub region 1 1 Top story

The 20- page- weekly Aicerit Newspaper has more than half of its pages covered with applications of those seeking letters of administration, limiting space for local news in the region.
16:45
16:45

Teso War Claimants Speak Out on the Cost of Chasing for Compensation Soroti High Court 2 1

Omukat joined the group that dragged the government to court in 2010 over the losses incurred during turbulent times in Teso. But they are yet to receive compensation despite incurring more costs in the pursuit of justice. He says that on average, he has spent more than five million Shillings.
11:55
11:55

Teso Leaders Seek Gov't Intervention on Looming Hunger Soroti district 2 1

In Ngora district, more than 33,000 people are on the verge of starving due to a lack of food following the prolonged drought that affected the first planting season.
09:17
09:17

Teso Leaders Seek Help to Rescue Residents in Flooded Areas Teso sub region 2 1

Currently, the main access road (Omabor Road) that connects Kalaki and Kaberamaido remains cut off since 2020 while major roads connecting some sub-counties in the three districts have also remained inaccessible.
11:03
11:03

Opposition Leaders in Teso Caution New Ministers Teso sub region 5 1

Andrew Omiat, a member of the National Council in the Uganda People’s Congress-UPC, says that while it is good to have more Iteso in ministerial positions, the ministers should be conscious of the challenges ahead.
10:35
10:35

Teso Voted Wisely to Earn VP Position- Leaders jeje odongo 2 2 Top story

Geoffrey Omolo, the Katakwi District LC V Chairperson says the new appointments indicate more trust in the region. “I want to thank President Museveni for acknowledging the support Teso gave him in the last election. It shows confidence to the region and proof of our capabilities to serve the country”, he said.
15:03
15:03

Obote’s Chief Bodyguard Returns Home With USD 100 after 50 Years in Exile Teso sub region 5 2

Obodo, then the head of the VIP protection unit at the president's office had been at Kenya's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport awaiting Obote's return from Singapore where he had gone to attend a Commonwealth conference when he learned of a military coup in Uganda.
14:09
14:09

More Learners Return to Home Schools in Teso Teso sub region 4 1

Although the government cleared semi- candidates to return to school next month, some parents have opted to enrol their children in neighbouring schools.
08:39
08:39

Emorimor Asks Newly Elected Leaders to Unite Teso sub region 2 1

In a statement through the Prime Minister, Iteso Cultural Union, Augustine Omare, Emorimor said that the Teso region has many issues that need a united force to address, adding that this can only be achieved when all leaders in the region unite for a common cause.
15:47
15:47

ANT Wins Sub County LCIII Seat in Serere Teso sub region

Serere district elections for sub county chairperson were dominated by NRM which secured eight seats followed by FDC, four seats and two independents.
07:25
07:25

CSOs Mobilize for High Voter Turn Up Action Aid Uganda 3 1

This election, which marks the final national electoral activity under the Roadmap for General Elections 2021, is expected to take place in 2,190 Sub Counties, Town Councils and Municipal Divisions, located in 135 districts. There will no elections in the 10 cities and Kampala Capital City.
17:33
17:33

Amuriat Pledges to Restock Cattle in Teso Teso sub region 1 1

Amuriat argues that there need to compensate those who lost lives during the insurgency. He also argues that the auxiliary force of the UPDF needs to be appreciated for the effort in restoring security in the region.
15:24
15:24

Katakwi Residents Drinking from Bushes to Beat COVID-19 Restrictions Teso sub region 1 1

Several bars in Soroti, the major town in the region and trading centres in other rural communities have been decongested after the authorities discontinued drinking in groups. Ajon, also known as Malwa, is used to celebrate social, cultural and traditional functions in Teso.
16:29
16:29

Districts in Teso Not Implementing Recommendations of Public Accounts Committee Reports Teso sub region 3 1

Christine Apolot, the district chairperson of Kumi observes that DPAC work is being frustrated by the Public Accounts Committee of Parliament which she notes, sometimes disregards recommendations from DPACs or sideline them in their work. She wants DPACs re- empowered and their roles respected by other bodies in accountability sector.
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