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13:48
13:48

Lack of Funding Hinders Maintainance of Roads in Gulu City Gulu City Council 2 1

Christo Omara Balmoi, the Gulu City Engineer says that many urban roads in the City require maintenance, but they are unable to do much since Uganda Road Fund only allocated 1.299 billion shillings for road maintenance this financial year.
10:05
10:05

Gulu City Bans Physical Local Revenue Collection Gulu City Council 1 2

In the 2019/2020 financial year, Gulu City then, a Municipality projected to collect Shillings 4.8billion in local revenue but only realized Shillings 1.6billion. In the 2020/2021 financial year, Gulu City only collected Shillings 1.8billion out of the projected Shillings 4.7billion.
18:41
18:41

Gulu City Unable to Collect 90 Tons of Waste Gulu City Council 1 2

On Tuesday evening, Gulu City Council received four brand new skip loader trucks worth 1.8 billion shillings donated by Kreditanstalt fur Wielderaufbau –KFW, a German agency with funding from GIZ under the Integrated Program to Improve the Living Conditions in Gulu.
10:06
10:06

Gulu City Seeks UGX 3BN to Equip Cold Room at Main Market Gulu City Council 1 1

Catherine Lanyero, the Gulu City Commercial Officer says that the market’s cold room lies empty six years after commissioning the market. She says that this is frustrating the vendors whose businesses require the cold roo
16:37
16:37

Gulu City Councilors Approve 12 Nominees to Board, Commission 1 2

The Gulu City mayor, Alfred Okwonga, who presented the names of the nominees, said that he carried out a thorough background check on the nominees and is confident that they will perform to the best of their abilities.
12:21
12:21

Former Gulu Municipal, District Councilors Sue Cutting Short Their Term of Office Gulu City Council 3 1

Geoffrey Komakech Oginga, the lead petitioner and former Tegwana Parish councilor, says that they are demanding their unpaid arrears totalling Shillings 168 million.
16:55
16:55

Gulu City Approves UGX 48,000 Annual Fee for Boda –boda Riders Gulu City Council 2 1 Top story

Alfred Okwonga, the Gulu City Mayor, says that they set the fees after holding consultations with the leadership of various Boda boda groups. He says that the riders will have an option of either paying weekly Shillings 1000, monthly Shillings 40,000 or annually Shillings 48,000.
16:32
16:32

Gulu City Council Signs Deal with GIZ for Landfill Construction Gulu Main Market 1 2

Robert Towler, the team leader of German Development Cooperation, says they that have developed an 18 year strategic program to improve garbage management, water and sanitation in the City.
19:16
19:16

Gulu City Halts Funding 17 Youth Groups Over Low Recovery Rate Gulu City Council 1 1

Santo Otto Anywar, the Gulu City Welfare Officer and the Focal Point Person for Youth Livelihood Project say that of the 459 Million Shillings that was disbursed, only 143 million shillings was recovered.
12:25
12:25

EC Petitioned Over Misuse of Gulu City Ambulance by Mayoral Candidate Gulu City Council 1 1

In a letter written on December 14th by Patrick Ochola, the lead petitioner to the Gulu District Registrar, George Labeja who is the interim Mayor of Gulu City and a contestant for Mayoral seat of Laroo –Pece Division is using an Ambulance registration number UBH 234Z belonging to Gulu City Council for campaign purposes.
17:32
17:32

Gulu Registered 265 Labor Disputes in Lockdown Gulu City Council 1 1

Geoffrey Lakwonyero, the Labor and Gender Officer at Gulu City Council, says 70 of the cases registered with his office have been settled and leaving 15 cases.
10:40
10:40

Heavy Rains Destroy Pit Latrines in Gulu City Gulu City Council 1 2

Some of the pit latrines are filled with water while some had their roofs blown off by heavy rains. The lack of toilets has forced many residents to ease themselves in polythene bags and buckets and dispose of the waste in drainage channels and on the streets.
19:12
19:12

Gulu City Leaders Struggle to Maintain Access Roads city status 2 6

The impassable roads are spread across 124 villages and 34 parishes in the two Divisions of Gulu City. Currently, some of the parishes with notable bad and impassable roads include Tegwana, Kirombe, Pece Cubu, Kabed’opong, Layibi-Techo and Kanyagoga among others.
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