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09:04
09:04

Residents Resolve to Relocate Technical School To Pave way for Sugar Factory Construction district 3 1

In September, Finance Minister, Matia Kasaijja, alongside other leaders and sugarcane farmers within Busoga sub-region held a joint meeting where they revealed that the government was committed to constructing a Shillings 135 billion sugar plant in Luuka district to take up the surplus cane.
18:41
18:41

Government to Pay Eligible Beneficiaries who Missed Covid-19 Relief Funds village 2 1

Nakadama however stressed that accounting officers should be able to compile the requisite evidence confirming that the said persons are residents within the areas where they had been registered.
19:31
19:31

Jinja District Council Finally Approves Executive Committee member

Simon Kibombo, the councillor representing Buwenge sub-county says that the lack of a functional executive committee was frustrating service delivery within the district.
16:09
16:09

Two Namayingo Fishermen Drown in Lake Victoria fisherman

“A big boat together with the engine costs about Shillings 3.5 million and most of the fishermen who cannot afford such continue to use small boats well aware that, their lives are at risk more so during this rainy season,” he said.
13:10
13:10

Delayed Funding Slows Construction of Kiira Motors Plant government 3 1 Top story

Lt. Gen. James Mugira, the Managing Director NEC told journalists on Wednesday that they have attempted to engage the responsible authorities on exploring other financing models but haven’t received any reply.
11:02
11:02

COVID-19 Relief Registration: Residents Accuse VHTs of Confiscating Their National IDs member 2

Stella Naigaga, a saloon operator says that one of the VHTs confiscated her national ID under unclear circumstances. “They registered me alongside my other five workmates but after our 30 minute’s engagement, the VHT member sped off with our IDs claiming that they were a requirement to expedite the release of the relief funds to the beneficiaries,” she said.
12:40
12:40

Traders in Jinja City Protest Closure of Shops business 6 2

Security personnel comprised of both police and UPDF on Monday afternoon closed down shops whose owners had resolved to operate normally, despite the presidential directive to temporarily close some businesses.
16:14
16:14

NDA Closes 277 Drug Outlets for Operating Illegally government 2 1 Top story

Samuel Kyomukama, the head of enforcement NDA, says that some drug outlets were selling drugs from unlabeled tins yet such storage facilities are a reserve of government entities.
15:08
15:08

Muslim Clerics in Busoga Call for Operationalization of Islamic Banking Uganda 2 1

The Busoga Muslim regional Khadhi, Hussein Bowa, says that some of the terms in the circular banks warrant borrowers to pay high interest rates, which has partly deterred small business owners from accessing their much-desired credit facilities in fear of the repercussions.
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08:00

Facelift of ICU Boosts Healthcare Services at Jinja hospital COVID-19 2 1 Top story

Aisha Mohammed, an attendant of a patient told URN that her relative was receiving critical healthcare at a private clinic but the health workers directed them to offer him home-based oxygen therapies claiming that their patient had stabilized.
16:44
16:44

Jinja City Councilors, Town Clerk Undecided on Kakindu Recreation Center Giveaway court 1 1

The Municipal speaker, Molson Bizitu held a public meeting at the Jinja city hall on Tuesday to consult stakeholders on whether to negotiate with the trustees of the Indian association or battle them out in court.
12:04
12:04

Four Police Officers Arrested over Shooting in Jinja police spokesperson 1

Farouk Samanya, a Boda Boda cyclist was allegedly shot dead by police officers at Mailo Mbili roundabout along the Jinja-Iganga highway.
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