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12:40
12:40

Plan To Restock L. Kijjanebarola With Nile Tilapia Stalls For Nine Years 1 1 Top story

Mugumya further explains that MAAIF engaged a consultant three years ago to conduct a feasibility study on the lake. Mugumya says that the consultant visited the district and conducted the study but he has never returned since and the ministry of agriculture has never given them feedback about the proposed restocking of the lake.
09:42
09:42

Rakai Suffering Grave Consequences of Teenage Pregnancies, School dropouts 3 1

According to Ssemutono, a substantial number of children in the district does not complete the ordinary secondary education level, which affects human resource development in the area.
13:12
13:12

Oil Pipeline Project Delays Spark Disputes, Child Neglect in Rakai, Kyotera 1 8

They say that families are breaking up and children neglected as parents remain incapable of taking care of them in the absence of compensation for their land and other properties. Disputes are escalating out of mistrust, as couples suspect each other of having received the money behind the others back.
16:59
16:59

Rakai District Security Committee Visits Kyalurangira Communities After Disappearance of L. Kijanebarola 1 2

Charles Ahiirwe Ndiire, an elder in Nkundi village, says that the delegation first visited his village in the morning before proceeding to other communities to gather information from the residents.
06:27
06:27

Rakai District Chairman Roughed Up by Protestors over Poor Roads Residents 4 2

Many of the roads in the area have become impassable following floods that devastated the area in recent months. They include, among others, the Lumbugu-Buyamba-Lwamaggwa road, which connects to Lyantonde district which was ruined by the floods from Lake Kijjanebarola.
07:17
07:17

Rakai Worker's Representative Arrested for Alleged Extortion

In his statement, Birinomutonzi claims that Kiwanuka approached him in March this year after submitting his application for a job in the ICT department. The suspect reportedly asked him to pay a bribe if he wished to get the job.
07:29
07:29

Rakai, Kyotera Battle Increase of Malaria Cases Ministry of Health 5 1

In June, Rakai hospital registered 749 malaria cases, a number higher than the monthly average of 362 patients attended to in the normal months.
15:44
15:44

Rakai Farmers Protest Cluster Development Project Conditions 3 1

Each of the project beneficiaries are required to first deposit a total of 168,000 shillings to an account in United Bank of Africa-UBA, before they are given implements that can cater for a plantation; measuring to one acre. Benon Kayima, the Byakabanda sub county youth chairperson, says the precondition of making a payment before getting the inputs, is standing as an obstacle to many intending farmers in the villages who cannot raise the required fees.
12:05
12:05

400 Face Eviction in Rakai 1 3

The affected residents are from the villages of; Kyandaaza, Kigeye and Kateerero located in Byakabanda Sub County. A Kampala based businessman Enoch Rwamirembe is threatening to evict them off the land they have occupied for decades.
11:59
11:59

Village Leaders Propose Changes in Govt Projects Implementation Model 3 1

Districts and Sub County local governments have remained the first point of contact for the implementation of community-based programmes by Government Ministries Departments and Agencies.
17:02
17:02

Public Service Ministry Okays Disbandment of Rakai District Service Commission over Corruption 2 1

Robert Benon Mugabi, the Rakai LC V Chairman, says they have already notified the Local Government Ministry on the move to constitute a new District Service Commission.
10:24
10:24

Rakai Officials on the Spot for Mismanaging UGX 1.5Billion from Mutukula Land 2 2

Kintu Kisekulo, the Probe Committee chairperson says that, the probe committee discovered that, although only a few plots had remained, Rakai district administration continued receiving millions of shillings from developers.
07:30
07:30

Kyotera Residents Celebrate Parallel Women\'s Day 1 2

Kintu Kisekulo, the International Women's Day celebrations organizing committee chairperson says they took the decision because they have lost trust in the one organized by Rakai district.
16:04
16:04

Aronda Okays Sango Bay Residents For National ID Registration national id project

The Internal Affairs Minister General Aronda Nyakairima has said he was not aware that 1800 Sango Bay residents had missed out on the national Identity Card registration last year. He has asked Rakai district authorities to ensure they are registered.
09:26
09:26

MP Kasamba Supports Caning Residents to Do Communal Work george mutabazi 1 Top story

Kakuuto County MP Mathias Kasamba has expressed support for the policy of whipping residents who refuse to participate in communal work. Hon Kasamba believes the policy can force lazy and indisciplined residents to work for the greater good of Rakai district in 2015.
12:45
12:45

Nangoma Island Wants to Secede From Rakai service delivery 1 4

Nangoma primary school, which is under the Universal Primary education, has two teachers while Nangoma Health Centre was abandoned by health workers.
14:24
14:24

Rakai Speaker Assaults Female Councillor

Police in Kyotera Town in Rakai district are looking for Paul Wasswa, the district speaker who allegedly assaulted Agnes Namusiitwa, the Kyebe and Kakuuto female councilor.
07:17
07:17

Rakai District Council Approves UGX 36B Budget 1

Rakai district local government on Thursday approved a budget of 36,042,018,000 billion shillings for the 2013/2014 fiscal year with more focus on improved livelihood of communities through properly identified and guided expenditure.
14:40
14:40

Rakai Chief Interdicted For Misappropriation of Road Funds poor roads

Rakai Chief Administrative Officer Abdu Batambuze (CAO) has interdicted Byakabanda Sub County Chief for alleged misappropriation of road funds amounting to 10 million shillings.
12:39
12:39

Councilors Reject Request to Buy Vehicles for LC 5, CAO rakai 1

Batambuze argues that they need new vehicles for efficient and timely execution of their duties.
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