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22:20
22:20

FDC Nominates Two for EALA Race 3 1

On Thursday, the candidates submitted their nomination forms with copies of their national IDs, copies of their UACE pass slips, ID photos, and copies of the party ID. These were then verified by the party electoral commission which nominated them to vie for the party’s flag.
22:02
22:02

Judiciary Receives Equipment to Expedite Hearing of GBV Cases 1

Dr Roswitha Kremser the head of Australian Development Cooperation noted that the donation is part of the project they are implementing with the Judiciary aimed at making sure that survivors or victims of gender-based violence access quality and integrated essential justice services.
21:01
21:01

Lira High Court Dismisses Injunction On Ibuje Rock 1

In September, Godfrey Ssalamu Ngobi, the Assistant Registrar of Lira High Court issued a temporary injunction restraining Ibuje sub-county and Matrix Lands Ltd from quarrying Ibuje rock following an application by Sophia Okune.
20:51
20:51

Gulu Univesrity Dean of Students Sentenced to Community Service for Forgery Gulu University

The Dean of Students was charged with three counts of theft, forgery, and uttering a false document in March last year following complaints lodged before the court by Mildred Anena Alou, his business associate. The two jointly owned Goma Oul Ginnery.
18:09
18:09

November Riots: Gov't Still Processing Compensation of Victims 4 1

Gen. Odongo told delegates at the 40th Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights of the United Nations virtual meeting that the compensation process is ongoing and that several families have presented their claims to the office of the Attorney General.
17:45
17:45

160 Police Officers in West Nile Set for Retirement 3 3

On Thursday, the officers were taken through psychological orientation by a team from the Police headquarters and Ministry of Public Service.
17:31
17:31

Shortage of Teachers, Infrastructure Hit Katakwi MP Peter Ogwang 2 1

Daniel Alileng, the District Inspector of Schools, says that less than 700 out of the 740 teachers including headteachers have reported back to school. He says that before the lockdown and subsequent closure of schools, they had 750 teachers but the number has kept dropping.
17:22
17:22

Fishing Fees Stay Unchanged as Minister Warns On Illegal Activities 3 1

License holders for the period just ended, will have to first clear all arrears they have before being considered for the new license. According to the guidelines, each application is done for a particular fish species and these cannot be switched.
17:09
17:09

IGAD Prioritizes Groundwater Management for Regional Peace, Security and Stability The World Bank 3 1

John Mulimba, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs (Regional Co-operation) notes that geo-water gaps in the region are being compounded by the ever-increasing human population, which requires an integrated policy approach to address the demand for freshwater.
16:59
16:59

Two Mvara FC Players Die in Nebbi-Pakwach Road Accident 1

Preliminary reports show that the accident occurred around 12 Noon in Aluyi after the coaster lost control and overturned resulting from brake failure.
16:51
16:51

Kitagwenda CAO's Office Closed by Unknown People Kitagwenda District 2 2

The district chairperson Ismail Mushemeza said the CAO had been involved in conflicts with politicians and civil servants at the district accusing him of failing to pay them and said some of them have been locking horns with the CAO.
16:21
16:21

Court Orders Mabirizi to Pay UGX 300M for Attacking Judicial Officers MTN Uganda IPO 1 Top story

“The evidence on record is sufficient to prove that both the Twitter handles and Facebook Page-Uganda People’s Interests belong to the Respondent-Male Mabirizi and his unique headed or colored and well-designed paper with complaints to Judicial Service Commission and other agencies”, said Ssekaana.
16:13
16:13

D' Speaker Directs Attorney General to Report on MPs Ssewanyana, Ssegirinya 4 1

MPs Ssegirinya and Ssewanyana were arrested on 7th September, 2021 and are accused of masterminding the machete killings in Masaka sub-region last year. They have since been on remand at Kigo Prison facilities in Wakiso district.
16:10
16:10

Two Arrested in Apaa Township 1 1

Their arrest comes barely one week after security personnel arrested two people whose identities have been concealed following the death of four people from Madi after violent clashes.
15:56
15:56

Schools Extend Learning Time to Night Hours 5

Since the beginning of this week, our reporters have seen learners in primary and secondary at 10: 00 p.m. returning home from their respective schools.
15:33
15:33

UPL Reintroduces End of Season Best Performer's Awards pilsner awards 1 5

While unveiling the return of the awards, Rugyendo said the secretariat considered improving the image of the brand as well as the performance of the players, particularly in the league.
15:16
15:16

Three Arrested Over Brutal Murder of Businessman 2

Anyeme’s lifeless body was found lying in a pool of blood discovered on Wednesday morning in front of his shop with a deep cut on the left side of the head.
15:07
15:07

Ugandans Take Corpses to Kenya Due to Lack of a Mortuary in Border District

RDC Mpimbaza Hashaka said the development is shameful as the government allocated 300 million shillings to the district hospital for the construction of a mortuary but it has never been completed.
14:27
14:27

Fishermen Up In Arms Against AFALU for Destroying Licensed Boats 3 1 Top story

Charles Kuteesa, another boat owner at Busoke accuses the members of AFALU of destroying their boats without any explanation. He says that they need over Shillings 400, 000 to repair each of the vandalized boats.
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