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17:20
17:20

Tracking the Masterminds of the Dunamiscoins Scam police 1

Many of the former staff of the exchange believe that in arresting Lwanga and Nabunya, the police went for the soft targets. Although Lwanga, Nabunya, and two others, Susan Awon and Faith Makula, were the registered owners of Dunamiscoins Resources Limited, the beneficial owners of the company; were four West Africans; Kingsley Egbe and Johnson Frank from Nigeria and Isaac Akwete, and a one Dr Mike from Ghana.
17:05
17:05

Mukono Residents Demonstrate Over Power Blackout demonstration 1

The residents rampaged on Monday afternoon and blocked all roads connecting to Mukono municipality and Mukono market, saying the blackout has taken a huge toll on their businesses.
07:14
07:14

Island MPs Demand Amendment to Maritime Law police 2

Nanyondo wants the laws governing maritime transported to be amended to enact stringent measures that would help improve safety and security of vessels operating on different Islands.
15:51
15:51

Entebbe Road Traffic Diversions Irk Business Community taxi 3 1

During this period, some sections of the road are closed to motorists and traffic has been diverted to alternative routes. Vehicles coming from Entebbe Traffic lights to Clock Tower now use a temporary road through Good Shed and exit at Seroma near Clock Tower.
12:05
12:05

Makerere Closure Paralyses Business police 2

Dickson Lukwago alias Musomesa operates a canteen in complex hall. Lukwago told URN on Thursday at his small canteen that the abrupt closure of the university has caused him huge losses.
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