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18:30
18:30

Overwhelming Premature Deliveries Prompt Construction of Ugx260m Neonatal ICU at Nakaseke Hospital Kiwoko Hospital 6 4

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) has since its start in April 2018 admitted 1,083 babies, out of which, unfortunately, 28 have succumbed to serious complications. But the rest have had their lives saved.
17:56
17:56

Museveni: Petroleum Important for 40 More Years Despite War by Conservationists 5 1

Museveni gave the example of synthetic vehicle tyres, car seats and other furnishing, clothing and bitumen for road construction among others, adding that it is how oil is applied which is the issue, but not production of the resource. The East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) Bill is due for conclusion in parliament on Tuesday and this will pave the way for the several activities including starting construction, according to the Energy and Mineral Development Ministry.
17:29
17:29

Phone Chat with Porter's Wife Lands Omoro District Chairman in Trouble Puranga Chiefdom 3 2

This follows a secret love conversation on phone between Okao and a lower level civil servant, Patricia Atim, the Lujorongole Parish Chief in Lakwana Sub-County, Omoro District. Atim is married to Godfrey Okello Novey, a porter attached to Awor Health Centre II, also in Lakwana.
15:26
15:26

Nsenene Vendor Arrested Upon Arrival at Entebbe Airport

A passenger who says Mubiru was in front of him at the arrivals section says he was approached by two immigration officers after he removed his cap and shades.
15:18
15:18

Uganda's Oil and Gas: Consumer Prices to Be Determined by Global Conditions 3 1

Michael Mugerwa, GM of Uganda's Refinery Project says that the refined products will also be priced according to how the producers of the crude will price the raw material. Patrick Mweheire, the Regional Chief Executive, Stanbic Bank East Africa says the international community, particularly the west is being unfair to Africa because worse projects are being funded in countries of other continents.
14:58
14:58

Lake Albert Fishermen Hit-Hard by Skyrocketing Fuel Prices Rising fuel prices 4 1

A Litre of petrol at most of the landing sites is up from sh4,000 to between 5,000 and 6,000 shillings.
14:36
14:36

Former NRA Recruitment Agent Frustrated in Search of Compensation 2 10

Warren Tumusiime 70, a father of seven and resident of Kabasyaba village in Kahondo Parish, Maziba Subcounty, Kabale District said he joined the NRA’s movement to capture power in 1984 through the incumbent Minister of Security Rtd. Maj. Gen. Jim Muhwezi Katuguugu who was then the NRA Rebel Movement’s Director of Counter Intelligence in charge of Western Uganda.
14:22
14:22

Karimojong Warriors Injure Four, Loot Over 100 Goats in Kitgum 1

Two of the male victims reportedly sustained gunshot injuries to their chest and legs while two females were shot using bows and arrows on Saturday night, according to reports from security personnel.
14:02
14:02

Waste Disposal Policy will Address Oil Exploration Concerns - Museveni 1 Top story

President Museveni acknowledges that oil waste, if not properly handled, has the potential to pollute fragile ecosystems, but adds that concerns about Green House Emissions from the exploration of Oil and Gas will not hold if the country clearly deals with the management of wastes from the nascent industry.
13:35
13:35

Amuru RDC Accused of Buying 150 Acres of Contested Land Opara Sub-County 4 4

A copy of the sales agreement dated 11 October that URN received indicates that the RDC's wife Pauline Adokorach deposited 8.4 of 15 million as part payment out of the 30 million shillings for the land. The land was sold by Otema Joseph Livingstone, and witnessed by 15 people.
12:12
12:12

Kabaka Flags Off Run For HIV/Aids Fight Kabaka Birthday Run 2

Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi, looking fit as a fiddle, briefly stepped out of his car and walked to the gathering that stood excitedly along the Royal Mile road. The Kingdom has for the last eight years organized the event under different campaigns. The first campaign was to fight fistula and collect funds towards operation costs for women with the disease, the second campaign was to fight sickle cell disease and currently the fight against HIV/Aids.
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