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Jan 2022 23 results
20:12
20:12

Ghana Defeat Uganda In FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Qualifier In Kitende 1

Although several fans were allowed to grace the match at the St. Marys Stadium in Kitende, the support could not motivate the Ugandan team to register a win.
16:19
16:19

Social Distancing Forcing Schools to Reduce Learning Time COVID-19 3 1

The administrators noted that children's brains are active, with a lot of interest in playing, and mingling amongst themselves without adhering to the recommended COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures.
15:53
15:53

Most Wanted Cattle Rustler Arrested

The Karamoja Police Spokesperson Michael Longole said the suspect, who is currently in the army's custody for further interrogation, has been described by cattle rustlers who handed over their guns as a king of rustlers.
15:46
15:46

80-Year-Old Remains Lone Suspect in Fraudulent Sale of Land

He is accused of masquerading as an administrator of estates of the late Joshua Kabiine. A team of officers from the Land Protection Police Unit led by Commissioner of Police-CP Charles Mutungi arrested Muwanga after the lawful administrators lodged a complaint upon realising that the estate of their late father and grandfather had been sold without their knowledge.
15:14
15:14

COVID-19 Affects Sperm Quality in Men -Study 1 Top story

The study shows that some men infected with COVID-19 might find it hard to impregnate a woman after recovering from the disease due to a reduction in fertility
15:13
15:13

Nabbanja Suspends Malaba Weigh Bridge Operation over Truck Pile-up 1 1

Suspending the operations of the Weigh Bridge at Malaba, Prime Minister Nabbanja said that the operations will only resume when the pile-up has completely eased, adding that the government has instructed the ministers of works, internal affairs and trade to pitch camp at Malaba until the fuel situation normalizes.
14:59
14:59

Police Releases Greater Atiak Sub County Chairpersons 1 1

The chairpersons include Kenneth Okot of Atiak Town Council, Samuel AKera of Atiak Sub County, and Peter Lukwiya of Opara Sub County. They were arrested by the police on Friday on allegations of arson and malicious damage, following an operation they conducted against illegal charcoal dealers in the area.
13:53
13:53

Several Men Reported for Failing To Pay School Fees for Their Children school requirements 5

The cases came up over the last two weeks since the reopening of schools as the government ended a 22-month long lockdown on educational institutions. But as schools re-open their gates, hundreds of learners are reported to be stuck in homes, with no fees or even money to clear the school requirements.
13:31
13:31

Early Rains Bring Relief to Drought-hit Bunyoro Cattle Farmers rainfall 3 1

Farmer Karim Rusathura says the early rainfall has not only relieved herdsmen but also crop farmers to start preparing their gardens for the early planting of crops.
13:07
13:07

Kasese Hawkers Plead for Mercy After Govt Ban 4 1

According to a circular to all Resident District Commissioners, City Commissioners, District Police Commanders and District Internal Security Officers, the minister said that they had received information about criminals masquerading as hawkers in villages, especially in Western Uganda. He advised that such trading should be restricted to trading centres.
12:35
12:35

Researchers Call for Cycle Lanes in Push for Organized Transport in Kampala road safety 5 1

Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago says that city authorities are now struggling to change structural designs of roads to accommodate different road users to guarantee safety but even then, the pedestrian lanes so far put in place are being abused.
12:00
12:00

World Bank Conditions Delaying Kamdini-Lira Road, says Gov’t 1 3

Musa Ecwero, the State Minister of Works and Transport explained that the Government and World Bank have partnered to co-finance the rehabilitation and maintenance of the Lira-Kamdini road section under the North Eastern Road Asset Management Project – NERAMP.
11:57
11:57

Six Family Members Perish in Pakwach Motor Accident 3 1

The six had accompanied one of their relatives to board a bus and as they waited by the roadside near Panyimur junction on the Nebbi-Pakwach highway, when a Toyota Hiace Registration number UBG-674G commonly referred to as a drone swerved off the road and rammed into them.
11:40
11:40

Leaners Stranded as Victims of Land Conflict Occupy Kwoncok Primary School Premises 2 5

The estimated 92 households with more than 470 people of Pobura clan from two villages; Lobalokodi and Lubiri villages have been staying at the school since August 22, 2021.
11:33
11:33

Trade Committee MPs Inspect Pile-up of Trucks at Busia Border 4 5

Francis Mwijukye, the M.P Buhwenju County says that they were surprised that the country is getting enough fuel but there's still a crisis. They want to investigate companies that supply fuel in the country to ascertain whether they hold fuel with the intention of hiking prices to make abnormal profit fromthe country.
11:24
11:24

Herb Used to Treat Cancer, Diabetes Gets Nod from Elders, Former MPs 3 1

Samuel Wako Wambuzi, the former Chief Justice told journalists that it’s about time Uganda started focusing on having local innovations in healthcare prepared to standards acceptable the world over since they are proving to work.
11:12
11:12

CSBAG Wants National Rollout of Parish Development Model Halted 1 3

In the coming financial year 2022/2023, government has allocated 465 billion Shillings for the Parish Development Model. President Yoweri Museveni told MPs last year that government plans to allocate 100 million Shillings to every parish for the implementation of the Development Model and this would require a total of 1 trillion Shillings budgetary allocation for the 10,595 parishes.
10:38
10:38

Three Sub County Chairpersons in Amuru Arrested for Arson, Malicious Damage Attiak Town Council 1 1

They are accused of torching seven makeshift huts, burning 240 bags of stacked charcoal and hundreds of heaps of piled charcoal logs, killing poultry, damaging two solar panels and clothes belonging to Michael Okema Opilo the former Chairperson for Elegu Town council.
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