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23:00

President Museveni Calls Abiriga's Wife shot dead 3

The president rang the Arua District Internal Security Officer to link her with Abirigas wife Sijali Amina. Since the substantive DISO is reportedly out of station, one Aguti, an intelligence operative attached to Arua Airfield is reported to have received the presidential directive
22:22
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Ethiopian Premier, Museveni Call for Sustainable Financing to AMISOM somalia 1 1

Last year, the UN Security Council reauthorized member States of the African Union to maintain their deployment of the African Union Mission in Somalia AMISOM until 31 July 2018, recalling also its decision to authorize the regional bloc to reduce the Missions troop and police personnel levels by the end of October.
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Abiriga Shooting Sends Arua into Chaos ibrahim abiriga

The news of his death triggered wild wailing, in every corner of the municipality. At his home in Anyafio, the senior quarters, mourners are pouring in from all corners. On the streets of Arua, as well as all over West Nile, people have poured onto the streets to glean whatever information they can get.
20:37
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UHRC Asks Govt to Solve Maragoli Citizenship Debacle 2 1

The Maragori, estimated to be about 250,000 people largely residing in Kiryandongo district, were denied identity cards in 2016 by NIRA because they have not attained a legal status as citizens of Uganda.
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Female Chess Players Battle For World Olympiad slots 1

Ugandan women chess players will begin battle for slots in the 2018 World Chess Olympiad, as the first phase of the qualifiers gets underway on Saturday at Nob View Hotel, Ntinda.
20:07
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Arua Municipality MP Col Ibrahim Abiriga Shot Dead murder 1 Top story

Abiriga served as the Resident District Commissioner for Arua District for 12 years since 2001 before he was transferred to Yumbe in the same position. He resigned from the post to contest for a parliamentary seat, which he won in February, 2016.
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Solicitor General Challenged on Rock Compensation Opinion land probe 5 1

The solicitor general had appeared before the Commission of Inquiry into land matters today following his letter to the Uganda National Roads Authority in which he stated that rock was not a mineral, and, therefore, claimants deserve to be paid.
19:12
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Kitgum RDC Wants Smartphones Banned in Schools education ministry

Komakech says that the advent of science and technology has kept teachers glued to social media especially Facebook and WhatsApp, focusing less on productive work and academic performance of learners.
18:32
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Uganda Considers Road Transport Route to Ethiopia 1

According to a communiqu issued by the office of the President this afternoon, the two leaders noted the existing bonds of friendship and cooperation between Uganda and Ethiopia and agreed to concretize cooperation in priority sectors energy, trade, agriculture, transport, tourism and culture.
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DRC Warlord Jean Pierre Bemba Acquitted of War Crimes dresser-rand group 1 Top story

Bemba had been convicted by trial chamber III of the International Criminal Court in 2016 and sentenced to 18 years in prison. He had been found guilty of a devastating campaign of rape, murder and torture in the Central African Republic.
18:04
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Bodies of Kapchorwa Landslide Victims Recovered 1

The dead bodies have been identified as Alice Chemutai Musani the mother, Joel Chebet 13 years daughter and Jonathan the grandchild.
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Kabale Lorry, Taxi Drivers Protest over Lack of Toilets 4 1

Under their umbrella Kabale Pick up and Lorry Drivers Association, the drivers argue that they have spent more than five years without adequate toilets and are at high risk of contracting cholera.
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Entebbe Expressway to be Commissioned Next Week president museveni 1

The 51-kilometer highway that will connect the city to Entebbe International Airport has been partly constructed with a loan from EXIM Bank of China at a cost of USD-580-million 2.2 trillion Shillings.
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PPDA Suspends 115 Companies Over Forgery service providers 2 1

Ronald Tumuhairwe, the PPDA manager in -charge capacity building explains that investigations indicate some of the companies forged experience and extra work and also inflated prices to win tenders contrary to the stipulated guidelines and regulations of the PPDA Act.
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Luweero MP Seeks Police Protection After Kidnap Threats anonymous letters 1 4

The anonymous authors of the letter put the family on notice for a pending attack targeting the MP, her two children and her mother. They threatened to kill them and take away parts of their body. Similar letters were dropped in the neighbourhood on Tuesday.
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15:39

Buikwe Distilling Factory On Spot Over Poor Waste Disposal dumping site 4 1

The residents accuse Modern Distillers of poor waste disposal which has put their lives at risk. The factory dumps waste on land measuring 5 acres, neighbouring residential homes
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Theft of Construction Materials Puts Hoima Security under Spotlight thugs 2

Geoffrey Komakech, the Buseruka Sub County LC5 councillor, claims that most security operatives in the region connive with criminals to steal the materials, belonging to SBC Company, which was contracted to construct the airport
14:04
14:04

Police Remains Top Violator of Human Rights – UHRC uganda police

The Police, with 419 cases recorded against it in 2017, was followed by private individuals with 210 complaints and Uganda Peoples Defense Forces UPDF with 44. The Cases against the police, however, show a decline in violations from the 620 that was recorded the previous year.
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Family Seeks UGX 100m Compensation for 2011 Accident updf soldier 3 2

The family lost two houses and household items when a UPDF Antonov-2 heading to Nzara in South Sudan crashed minutes after takeoff from Arua Airfield on December 11, 2011.
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Govt Delays to Pay Medal Winning Athletes Monthly Stipends stephen kiprotich 1

Ugandas Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei and Stephen Kiprotich are among top athletes who are yet to get paid their monthly stipends promised by government.
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