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17:03
17:03

UPDF Halts Use of Armoured Vehicles on ADF Rebels Over Bad Roads 2

Major Peter Mugisa says that UPDF trucks and other heavy equipment are stuck and can’t cross from Mukakati Village to the ADF camps due to the bad roads. Mugisa added that they will halt the operation for a week as they wait for Graders and other equipment to open the roads and repair Semuliki bridge.
20:31
20:31

Bundibugyo Residents Ask Gov't to Relocate Them in Wake of Attacks on ADF UPDF 4 1

Residents especially those in Bundingoma Sub County where UPDF camped on Tuesday say that due to the sound of heavy artillery some fled their homes and others developed health complications due to fear.
10:32
10:32

Bishop Kisembo Condemns Extra-Judicial Killings of Suspects killing of suspects 1 2

Bishop Kisembo said that the suspects are supposed to be tried in courts and proved guilty or innocent.
18:21
18:21

Small Tribes, CSOs Want Single Commission for Minorities minority tribes 3 7

Elisha Mugisha Ateenyi, the cultural leader of Banyabindi minority tribe in Kasese District argues that unless a separate ministry or a commission is set up to address the challenges and historical injustices suffered by ethnic minority groups, the communities will continue to lose their unique identity resulting in their extinction.
21:59
21:59

Four Suspected ADF Rebels Killed in Ntoroko

The four, allegedly part of the Allied Democratic Forces-ADF in Ntoroko District, were intercepted on Wednesday evening at Kisenge Trading Centre along the Fort Portal-Bundibugyo Road.
06:45
06:45

Bundibugyo Head Teachers to Face Trial For Exam Malpractices 1 5

In September, Uganda National Examinations Board - UNEB cancelled the Primary Leaving Examinations-PLE results of 273 pupils from the district after being found guilty of examination malpractices.
17:08
17:08

Floods, Vandals Destroy Schools in Bundibugyo as Re-opening Nears 7 4

Bundibugyo District Education Officer, John Byamukama told URN at his office that they have conducted an inspection in 30 schools in the district and found out that many of the schools have lost properties to thieves and suffered an invasion from local communities who have destroyed structures and turned school premises into grazing grounds.
10:28
10:28

1,156 Teachers, Non-Teaching Staff Vaccinated Against COVID-19 in Bundibugyo 1 3

Schools and other educational institutions were first closed in March 2020 shortly before Uganda registered its first cases of COVID-19. Although they were re-opened in October 2020, the second wave of infections forced the government to close schools again in May 2021 and they have since remained closed.
08:45
08:45

Crisis Forces Health Centre to Shun Nighttime Child Deliveries 1 3

The facility has only two delivery beds and does not have a single postnatal bed. The bed is specifically designed with a safe co-sleeping option for mothers and their newborn babies and without them, the hospital does not have a provision for managing new mothers.
08:40
08:40

1000 Congolese Refugees Transfered to Kyangwali Refugee Settlement asylum refugees 1 2

Acrobert Kiiza Moses, the Bugehdera County MP says more than 1000 asylum seekers have been transferred to Kyangwali refugee settlement camp in Kikube District since September.
11:25
11:25

Heavy Rains Destroy Houses, Crops in Bundibugyo 1 2

The rains and winds that started on Sunday night destroyed several banana plantations and houses, leaving over 300 residents homeless. The rains also blew off the roof of Busunga town council market and Busunga army barracks.
06:53
06:53

Former Minister Kibanzanga, Former Bundibugyo LC V Boss Lose Election Petitions 5 2

Kibanzanga’s led counsel, Alfred Makasi told URN shortly after the court verdict that they will study the judgement and decide on the way forward with this client.
15:33
15:33

Court Reschedules Judgement in Bundibugyo Election Petitions

According to a notice issued by the assistant registrar Francis Matenga Dawa, the judgment for the two petitions have been rescheduled for October 18 and not October 15 as earlier scheduled.
10:45
10:45

UNEB Cancels PLE Results of 273 Bundibugyo Candidates 1 2

The Bundibugyo District Education Officer, John Byamukama says some of the head teachers have recorded statements at police and incase of criminal offences they will be prosecuted.
11:41
11:41

Denmark Funds Climate Change Project for Rwenzori Sub-Region 1 2

The four-year project, code-named Innovation and Gender Sensitive Nature-Based Solutions for Resilience-NBS and Green jobs is implemented by WWF-Uganda in the districts of Kasese, Bundibugyo, Bunyangabu, Ntoroko, Kabarole and Rubirizi.
06:32
06:32

36 Former ADF Rebels Resettled in Bundibugyo District 3 1

According to Rt. Capt. Ronald Sekatawa, the western regional coordinator for the commission they have given out the packages to support the former rebels start a new life in the community.
07:12
07:12

Staff Recruitment In Bundibugyo Delays Following Expiry of Term of District Service Commission Members 1 2

Bundibugyo District LC V Chairperson, Joel Bwambale told URN on Tuesday that they will soon nominate candidates to fill the vacant positions.
16:37
16:37

Bundibugyo CAO Directs Termination of Services of Volunteer Staff 1 1

Joel Bwambale, the LC V Vice Chairperson of Bundibugyo District, says that he received communication from the Local Government Ministry directing the CAO to terminate the services of volunteers to avoid legal petitions during the recruitment processes.
12:21
12:21

Bundibugyo Registers Spike in GBV, Child Abuse Cases Domestic Violence 1 4 Top story

Faith Kabafumu, the OC in charge of the Child Protection Unit, says that children are the most affected in these cases. She says that the COVID-19 lockdown has exposed children to a risky lifestyle and to offenders who usually take advantage of their age and domestic challenges.
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