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21:04
21:04

UNRA Temporarily Closes Pakwach Bridge 2 Top story

A statement from UNRA, says their teams in Gulu and Arua are mobilising equipment to clear the road for immediately use.
20:53
20:53

Mugisha Muntu Tips Karamoja Voters on Leaders gen. mugisha muntu 1

According to Gen. Muntu, the poverty in Karamoja is a result of bad leaders who are exploiting the ignorance of the people to enrich themselves. He cites that vast mineral wealth in the region, which he says is being exploited by foreign companies at the expense of local investors.
20:43
20:43

Karuma– Pakwach Road Cut Off by Floodwaters Jimmy Patrick Okema 2 1 Top story

Simon Peter Anyanzo, the West Nile Operations Manager of Uganda Red Cross Society, says the floods cut off passenger vehicles heading to Pakwach and those from Arua around 4pm.
20:31
20:31

Masaka Elder's Sacco Over the Verge of Collapse as Wrangles Persist 3 1 Top story

Swaibu Makumbi, one of the SACCO delegates from Masaka Municipality, says the micro finance institution is being rundown by a clique of people within the governing board, who are operating with a lot of impunity.
20:08
20:08

Gov't Tables UGX 440Bn Supplementary Expenditure Report David Bahati 1

According to the report tabled by the Planning State Minister, David Bahati, the Shillings 440 billion has largely been spent by State House, the Education, Tourism and Justice Ministries and local governments. State House accounts for 25 percent of the supplementary funding.
19:55
19:55

Political Statements Top PWDs Celebrations people 3 1 Top story

The lead speaker, Grace Asamo used the occasion to tell participants that their human rights can only be safe guarded under the NRM government, warning that a change of guard will jeopardize them.
19:33
19:33

Court Consolidates Suits Against Electoral Commission Chairperson Attorney General 1 1 Top story

According to Justice Ssekaana, he will jointly hear the suits filed by City Lawyer, Male Mabirizi and 14 leaders from the “People’s Government’ on December 12 since they appear to have similar facts. He explains that it was necessary to consolidate the suits to avoid duplicity and multiplicity.
18:53
18:53

Floods Cover Pakwach Road-Uganda Redcross 1 Top story

A message from Uganda Redcross Society shows that “floods have covered the usually thick vegetation along Pakwach road making it unsafe and unusable.”
18:46
18:46

Makerere University Unrest: Education Committee Asks Janet Museveni to Appear Friday 4

Ongom concurred with Ssewanyana, saying Seninde can’t explain Janet Museveni's personal statement on the Makerere University unrest.
18:23
18:23

Landslides: Eight Feared Dead in Sironko

John Nabende, another resident says his house and those belonging to his two sons were destroyed by floods. Alex Nabende Guga, the Masaba Sub County LC V Councilor, says they are assessing the impact of the damage before compiling a report.
18:06
18:06

We Need More Power For Industrialisation-Muloni 2

The Minister for Energy and Mineral Development Irene Muloni has said that Uganda needs more energy to meet its plans for Industrialisation and other projects.
17:29
17:29

More than 30 People Feared Dead in Fresh Bududa Mudslide Eastern Uganda 1 1 Top story

Gerald Fungo, the chairman of Bumasa Village says that a number of people are still buried in the soggy ground, and can hardly be accessed due to the shortage of personnel and equipment. The tragedy follows a heavy downpour that lasted up to five hours, on Tuesday.
17:24
17:24

Magistrate Orders Suspect to To Count Teeth After Lying About His Age kitgum municipality

Unsatisfied with the suspect’s age, Obuya ordered him to count his teeth to prove that he is a minor.
17:22
17:22

Sheema Municipality Casual Labourers Demand Pay 2

The more than 20 workers accuse the authorities of failing to clear their wages for a period of more than five months. The over 20 workers fault the authorities of failing to clear their wages for a period of over five months. The casual laborers each demand for between 400,000 to 500,000 shillings for the period between July to date.
17:16
17:16

130 Drought Affected Farmers Benefit from Crop Insurance chronic drought 2

Martha Twesigye, the Marketing Officer Ensibuuko Technology Limited, says the beneficiary farmers subscribed to their premium crop insurance. She said those compensated lost about 80 percent of their crops in the first season. In Lira district, some 13 farmers got shillings 3m, and some 10m shillings was paid to farmers in Kole district.
17:13
17:13

Govt Tasked to Probe Sale of Karamojong Girls slavery 1 1

Lokii told parliament this afternoon that the government needs to thoroughly investigate reports of the inhuman and degrading treatment that the girls are subjected to, in the process of trafficking them to markets in Teso, Mombasa, Malindi, and Lamu. Initial reports indicated that the girls are sold from here, into Somalia, where they are forced to join terrorist groups.
17:01
17:01

Oulanyah Directs Clerk to Parliament to Gazette Constitutional Amendment Bill 2 1

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has directed the Clerk to Parliament Jane Kibirige to publish the Constitutional Amendment Bill, 2019 in the gazette in enable its presentation in the House.
16:43
16:43

Floods Delay Construction of Elegu Bulk Market Elegu Town Council 2 2

Wilfred Odiya Baguma, the Atiak Sub-County Chairperson LC 3 says unless Government controls the flash floods in the area, the construction of the bulk market will always remain in jeopardy.
16:26
16:26

Kagadi Pupil Drowns in River Nguse Julius Hakiza 1

13-year-old Sulaiman Nizeimana drowned in River Nguse around 7:30pm on Monday evening while trying to cross together with his young brother, Ismail Champion.
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