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20:52
20:52

Katabi Residents Celebrate Low Key Palm Sunday Out of Churches 2 2

However, following the presidential directive to ban all public gatherings for 32 days ending April 20th, 2020 to combat the spread of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), churches remained closed and Christians are hardly were not seen raising palm leaves on the streets.
20:16
20:16

COVID-19: KCCA Shelters Over 70 Street Children at Nakivubo Blue Primary School 6 7

The KCCA team headed by Kampala Central Division Mayor Charles Sserunjogi were on Sunday in Kisenyi where majority of these children gather to mobilise them to go to Nakivubo Blue where they would stay untill the Corona Virus tension calms down.
16:58
16:58

Bicycle Mechanics Cash in on Suspension of Public Transport 2 4

Frank Ssesaazi, is one of the few mechanics who wakeup very early to get onto the closed streets of Masaka where he arranges his toolkits to begin the day’s work.
16:14
16:14

COVID-19: Lira Diocese Cancels Baptism on Easter Catholic Church 3 3

Baptism on Easter Sunday is particularly significant because according to the Christian faith, that’s the day Jesus Christ returned to life and to many it is “to walk with Christ and be closer to Christ.” However, in Lira Catholic Diocese, this Holy ritual will not take place following the outbreak of COVID_ 19 diseases.
15:48
15:48

Desert Locusts Invade Karamoja Again MAAIF 3

According to the Amudat District Senior Agricultural Officer Joseph Marimoi, the locusts entered through Karita Border area and spread throughout Karita Sub County in the areas of Akou lee, Nacemato, and around the mountains but spread to the Town Council yesterday afternoon. He explains that the insects however migrated in dense swarm westwards towards Nakapipripirit and Nabilatuk districts.
15:41
15:41

COVID-19: Thirty Suspects Test Negative at Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital Ministry of Health 5 1

The thirty suspects’ samples were picked from people in different districts that make up Western region that include Ntungamo Isingiro, Ibanda, Bushenyi, Rubirizi, Mbarara and Rukungiri.
15:19
15:19

Don’t Profit In Coronavirus pandemic - Bishop Ssemogerere pope francis 1 2

Bishop Ssemogerere says that benefitting in such a crisis is an evil before God and people should refrain from the act.
14:25
14:25

Christians Pray Against COVID-19 on Palm Sunday 1 7

Several Christians around the country celebrated Palm Sunday, from their homes for the first time without shaking palm leaves in celebration for Jesus Chrit’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem.
14:12
14:12

COVID-19: Police Move to Stop Group Jogging lockdown 1

The Uganda Police Force has said they will start enforcement to make sure joggers stick to social distancing regulations.
13:08
13:08

Workers Desert Budwale Health Centre III after Suspension of Public Transport 6 2

At time URN visited the Health Centre, only 1 health worker who is a mid-wife out of the 14 health workers recruited, he told our reporter that he has been overwhelmed with too many patients who are visiting the health center and that the rest of the health workers trek long distances to get to the facility which explains why they haven’t made it to the health center because of lack of transport means..
12:16
12:16

Health Workers in Mbarara Attending to COVID-19 Suspects To Be Isolated 3 1

Mbarara regional referral hospital Director, Dr. Celestine Barigye, says medics that attend to suspected Corona virus cases will be stopped from going back to their homes because they are at high risk of transmission.
11:29
11:29

Kalerwe Markets Adopt Strict Measures to have Suspension Lifted Charles Mpalaganyi 9 4

On Saturday, Vendors and market leaders also spend the the day decongesting the market as they removed boxes they said they could do without. They also cleaned the markets of garbage.
10:28
10:28

COVID-19 Causes Big Drop in Business Confidence in Uganda - Survey 1 Top story

The Purchase Managers Index (PMI) for March 2020, a survey published by Stanbic bank and mainly talks to owners of businesses show that confidence fell to 43 points, regarded as poor.
10:13
10:13

Busia Residents Provoking Security Forces to cane them- RDC 4

On Thursday, residents of Mawero, Arubaine, Solo villages in Busia town pelted stones to the UPDF, Police and LDU officers who were enforcing the 7pm to 6.30am curfew. The incident left two police officers injured.
01:41
01:41

Journalists put Ethics on the Side in Scramble for Ham Kiggundu's Cash media 1

Such behavior hit a new low when journalists were seen scrambling to get a share of payments by businessman Ham Kiggundu after a meeting with the Office of the Prime Minister on Saturday.
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