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May 2019 11 results
19:05
19:05

Security Forces Ready to Thwart Terrorists – Gen Tumwine

His reassurance came a few hours after Deputy Police Spokesperson Polly Namaye announced an unspecified number of suspected terrorists had sneaked into the country and were targeting the June 3, martyr’s day Celebrations in Namugongo, thus putting pilgrims on high alert.
18:44
18:44

Parliament Rejects UGX 169B Technical Education Loan 4 1

The MPs say the funds which were to be borrowed from the Islamic Development Bank were likely to benefit just a few parts of the country. They further argued that the government had failed to run technical institutions, despite huge investments in the sector over the years.
18:12
18:12

Gov’t Assures Public on Attorney’s Sexual Harassment Case sexual harrasment 2 1

Mwesigye came out early this month revealing that for more than 10 years she had been harassed by her boss, Christopher Gashirabake, the director of legal affairs in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs. She, however, added that her complaints had been ignored by the relevant authorities.
15:58
15:58

Police Unveil Martyrs Day Traffic Guidelines 2 Top story

According to Police, no parking will be provided for public vehicles at Catholic and Anglican shrines except for VIPs who will park at Namugongo Boarding Primary School and the Protestant Playground. VIPs to the Catholic shrines will use Red stickers while VIPs access to the Protestant Shrines will use Blue stickers.
15:57
15:57

Use of Force is Inevitable in Policing- IGP IGP Okoth Ochola 5 1

Ochola says in spite of interventions to completely eliminate cases of human rights violations, Police continues to operate under chaotic and complex policies especially during political contestation.
15:34
15:34

95-year-old Robbed Clean at Namugongo Shrines 1 Top story

According to Tibyangye, he was robbed of his wallet containing Shillings 230,000 when he stepped out of Namugongo Catholic shrines on Wednesday to buy something to eat.
15:04
15:04

Nsibambi Was an Icon of Service Above Self - Church church of uganda 9 2

Nsibambi had translated his love for music and instruments into adoration for choir members. They speak fondly of him, and many believe that in his death, the choir has lost a chord. Every Sunday, before the 10; 30 a.m. Luganda service, Nsibambi would play the pipe organ, a ritual he repeated during Easter celebrations.
13:52
13:52

Kyambogo Students Strike Cost University Shs40M street 1 1

The violent strike left several properties including car windscreens, several glasses and louvers of several buildings at the institution shattered.
13:27
13:27

Govt's Lagging Behind in Commitments to Reduce Tobacco Use public smoking 1

In just a single lungful of tobacco smoke, WHO insists that the hundreds of toxins contained in it begin damaging the lungs. This is because when smoke is inhaled, the structures that sweep mucus and dirt out of our airways are paralyzed, allowing poisons in tobacco smoke to make their way into the lungs more easily.
11:16
11:16

Magogo joins race for CAF Central East Zone seat moses hassim magogo 2 1 Top story

Elections to fill six positions for the different regions will take place July 18th during the Confederation of African Football Associations (CAF) Ordinary General Assembly in Cairo, Egypt.
11:11
11:11

We’re Waiting for Money to Complete Mak Indoor Stadium–UPDF Makerere University 3 1 Top story

Brig Eng. Timothy Sabiiti Mutebile, the head of UPDF Engineering brigade, says they will resume work once they received funding from the university.
May 2019 11 results