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19:50
19:50

Police Warns Kirumira on Resigning Through Media muhammed kirumira

The Uganda Police Force has hit back at the Buyende District Police Commander Muhammad Kirumira over statements made in the media regarding his resignation. The Police Act provides guidelines for an officer to resign which include writing to the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Internal Affairs, which request is discussed and cleared in the Police Authority chaired by the Minister of Internal Affairs.
19:32
19:32

Parliament Directs Energy Minister to Explain Increase in Fuel Prices 3

Kampala Central Member of Parliament Muhammad Nsereko told parliament that the current increase in the fuel prices was to affect Ugandans who he said are to pay higher prices for goods and services following the increase in the cost of fuel by petroleum companies.
18:57
18:57

MP Ogwal Tasks Govt on Petroleum Fund national budget 1 5

Veteran legislator Cecilia Ogwal has tasked government to inform the country on how much money is currently in the Petroleum Fund.
18:44
18:44

Oulanyah: Corruption Has Been Institutionalised in Uganda 1

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has said corruption has been institutionalised in Uganda with many people now glorifying those involved.
18:11
18:11

Court Halts Fresh Eviction of Amuru Residents apaa land crisis 7 1

Court presided by Henry Twinomuhwezi, the Assistant Registrar Gulu High Court issued an interim order restraining attorney general, Uganda Wildlife Authority and Adjumani district local government from evicting the residents from the disputed area until the main suit is disposed on February 08th.
17:38
17:38

Oil, Maize Mills Redundant In Karamoja naads program 1 1

Charles Aben, an official from the National Agriculture Advisory Services- NAADS secretariat, says power connection was an oversight in the project implementation but has been revisited.
17:09
17:09

Mt. Rwenzori is Best to climb in Africa- Climber 1

Ravi says the Rwenzori is more intriguing, with many twists and turns, adding that the natural environment is also still pristine compared to other mountains. According to Ravi, when climbing Mt Kilimanjaro or Mt Kenya you experience just 10 percent of what Rwenzoris have to offer, including the three peaks, making it the most exciting climb in Africa.
16:53
16:53

KCCA to Inspect Schools Listed for Closure kcca schools 1 4

Juliet Namuddu, the KCCA Education Director, says they will inspect the affected schools on Thrusday and will issue a list of those which will be allowed to open on Friday.
16:19
16:19

MPs Want NDA Probed Over Drug shop Row drug shops 3

The Budadiri West MP, Nathan Nandala Mafabi supported the call to investigate NDA, saying it has become one of the worst entities in the country.
15:46
15:46

KCCA Gazettes More Parking Lots 1

KCCA Spokesperson, Peter Kaujju says the addition of more parking lots will increase the number of roadside parking lots in Kampala to over 5000.
15:27
15:27

UNHCR's Grandi Appeals for Peace in Great Lakes drc refugees 1

Grandi however, notes that although Uganda has been able to demonstrate that refugees can live within host communities and be allowed to cultivate their own food, such support could over stretch services among host communities. He notes that the patience of local communities should not overly be tested but should be made to benefit from refugee presence in their areas.
14:13
14:13

Court Okays LC I Polls ec 5

In his judgement, Justice Steven Musota, the Head of the High Court Civil Division, said the mutual agreement runs to the benefits of all the parties concerned.
14:00
14:00

EU Gives UGX $450 Million Towards DRC Refugees to Uganda european union 1

A statement from the EU delegation in Uganda says the money will be available for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies IFRC
13:24
13:24

Parents Wait for Unlicensed Schools to be Cleared 2 2

Agnes Kimera, one of the 12 teachers at Namirembe primary school, says they are optimistic that the school will open come Monday.
12:45
12:45

Embattled Buyende DPC Opts to Resign muhammad kirumira 1 Top story

According to Kirumira, he now awaits a message communicating his replacement so that he can hand over office to whoever is deemed fit.
11:46
11:46

Mak Administrators Strike Deal with Law Dons incentives 2

Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe, the Makerere University Vice Chancellor, says they strike a deal with the lecturers to continue teaching on the evening program. He explains that during the meeting, management agreed to advance the schools money to clear peculiar allowance not later than February 14, 2018.
11:28
11:28

FIFA Warns On ‘Bribes' For 2026 World Cup Voting fatma samoura 1 Top story

The World Football body, FIFA has warned all their 211 members against accepting gifts and benefits by any member association bidding to host the FIFA 2026 World Cup.
10:56
10:56

East African Integration in Progress despite Challenges- Minister 1 2

According to Julius Maganda, although there are strong measures towards integration, partner states dont want to relinquish anything that seems to take away their sovereignty hence slowing down the integration process.
10:17
10:17

Tractor Could Propel Uganda Into Commercial Agriculture 1 4

Martin Kusel, Mascors Country Manager in Uganda, the distributors of John Deere tractors, says commercial farming has great potential in Uganda if the latest farming technologies were allowed to trickle where they are needed.
07:45
07:45

UNRA on the Spot for Abandoning Muko-Katuna Road 1 6

Residents say the road is unmotorable following the heavy rains that battered the area in September and October last year. Residents accuse UNRA of failing to repair the road and bridges that were washed away by floods.
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