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15:29
15:29

Teso Wants Police Force Name Changed to Police Service opposition mps 4 1

Sous Peter Olinga, a resident of Kasilo in Serere district wants the amendment to restrict appointment of soldiers into police. He agrees to changing the name of the police force to police service.
15:21
15:21

Livingstone University Halts Examinations Over Floods 3 1

The river burst its banks and flooded the university, water engulfed all the classrooms, hostels and offices all the computers and documents were taken by the water.
14:22
14:22

Part of MTN Marathon Money to Refurbish Kawempe Neonatal Unit Ministry of Health 1

Speaking to Uganda Radio Network, Dr. Joyce Moriku Kaducu the Minister of Health in charge of Primary Health Care said that the plan is to remodel the unit such that more babies can be accommodated since they are often overwhelmed by numbers to the extent that numerous babies have to share one bed.
11:49
11:49

Ugandans Sweep MTN Marathon general manager 1 Top story

For most people, the marathon was an avenue for having fun. As soon as they were flag off, a host of them were seen taking selfies to post on social media for their friends.
11:07
11:07

CSOs Irked by Suspension of Oil Pipeline Activities Total E$P 5

Dickens Amanya, the Coordinator Bunyoro Albertine Petroleum Network on Environment Coalition-PAPENECO, says they are getting concerned because there is no official statement from government regarding the matter since Total E$ P announced the suspension.
10:49
10:49

Bukasa Inland Project: Residents Demand Alternative Land financial year 6 1 Top story

Eric Kanyange, another resident notes that he had been given a compensation number with his property valued at Shillings 51 million and has all the documents but he was surprised to find that his name and reference number were missing on the list of people who were due to collect their monies.
10:27
10:27

NFA Fails to Auction Impounded Charcoals 1 1

Aguti is however, suspicious that the buyers didn’t show up because of the Saturday rain that started from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm. It was scheduled to take place. She however, didn’t disclose how much they were charging for each bag of charcoal.
10:13
10:13

Why Nateete CCTV Centre was Closed on Day Nagirinya was Kidnapped Ronald Kitayimbwa 1 1 Top story

Nagirinya’s father, Francis Lubowa and siblings rushed to Natete Police station hoping that police would use the Closed Circuit Television –CCTV security cameras to trace for the vehicle but they were told the cameras were under lock and key.
09:42
09:42

KCCA Drafting Policy on Urban Health Daniel Okello 4

Dr. Daniel Okello, the Ag. Director Public Health and Environment at KCCA, said the policy will not only address issues of nutrition but also sewerage management especially responsibilities of individuals and government when it comes to preserving proper sanitation in populous environments where the majority are tenants.
09:22
09:22

Filled Toilets Force Mothers to Bath in the Open at Serere HC 1V Serere HC1V 2 1

Evelyn Auma, one of the patients found at women’s ward in Serere HC1V, says she cannot bath inside the shelters provided by the hospital because of dirt. Auma says she opted to take bath in the open since the condition of the bathrooms is terrible.
09:00
09:00

Netherlands Hands Over UPDF Legal Training Centre Uganda 2 1 Top story

The MOU signed in 2015 with UPDF involved offering undisclosed amounts of financial aid to boost the construction of the Jinja based UPDF LTC which would in turn offer legal courses to AMISOM troop contributing countries.
08:50
08:50

Population Explosion: Communities Choosing Survival Over Environmental Conservation 4 1

Dr. Divane Nzima, a Researcher at the University of Kwazulu Natal in South Africa, says they compared conservation data in Eastern and Southern Africa to understand emerging environmental conservation patterns on the continent.
08:42
08:42

Marine Police Restricts Passenger Boats on Kiyindi-Buvuma Route George Ssenabulya 3 1 Top story

Following the suspension of Kiyindi-Buvuma ferry last week because of a mechanical breakdown, various boat operators including fishermen started transporting people across Lake Victoria without considering passenger safety.
08:07
08:07

Makerere University Teaching Hospital to cost US$400M nursery school 2 1 Top story

In an interview with Uganda Radio Network, Prof. Nawangwe said they have a budget of US$400million where the plan is to have a 200 bed capacity facility that will sit on 30 acres of land at Katalemwa in Gayaza Wakiso district.
07:56
07:56

Fresh Confusion in Mbarara Over Roundabout Design 1 Top story

Robert Bushweta, the Kakoma ward councilor, says the councilors are vehemently opposed to the design and will not back off unless action is taken. Imam Kagiiko, the Katete ward councilor, says the contractors should pull down the effigies at their own cost.
07:43
07:43

Lira Catholic Diocese Ordains Six New Priests Lira district 1 1

Presiding over the ordination ceremony, Rev Sanctus Linus Wanok, the Bishop of Lira Diocese cautioned the newly ordained Priests to critically observe and uphold the catholic, vows which they undertook. Bishop Wanok reminded the new priests to only serve Christ and strive to promote the Kingdom of God in their communities, adding that they should be prepared to perform diligently.
07:28
07:28

Central Uganda Buying More Solar Products-Report solar use in uganda 1 Top story

Eastern region had the highest number of people getting the solar products on credit. They are followed by the north. Central region had the highest number of people paying by cash followed by Western Uganda – an indicator people living in these regions have more disposal income.
07:19
07:19

Amuru Health Officials Investigate Outbreak of Strange Disease women and children 1 Top story

Margaret Odokonyero Okot, the Assistant Amuru District Health Officer told URN on Saturday that a surveillance team of health workers has already been dispatched to investigate the strange disease.
07:14
07:14

NDA Closes 183 Drug Outlets in Western Ugandan. operation 1 Top story

Speaking to Uganda Radio Network at their Western Regional offices in Hoima town, Samuel Kyomukama, the Head of Enforcement at National Drug Authority, said four people were arrested during the operation. The suspects include a one Bwambale and Wilson Ashaba of Ritz clinic in Nyahuka town council Bundibugyo district.
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