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20:58
20:58

Anglican Church Seeks UGX 30m for Martyrs Day Preparations 1 4

Rev Kimanje says the limited budget will be used to organize and decorate the martyrs’ chapel in addition to preparing a light luncheon for the guest.
19:57
19:57

Deputy IGP Lokech Sends 160 DPCs for Refresher Course 1

According to the radio message released on Wednesday, Maj Gen Lokech, has instructed the DPCs to immediately handover their offices to their deputies commonly known as Officers in Charge –OC station.
18:33
18:33

KCCA FC Holds Express to Goalless Draw in Uganda Cup Quarter Final Stanbic Uganda Cup 2 2

The two teams will now meet in the second leg of the quarter-final on June 4 at the MTN Omondi Stadium in Lugogo.
18:21
18:21

Police Record Only Half of Total Accident Related Deaths-Study Road Accidents 4

Choosing the year 2016 for their study, the researchers who used police records and information at health facilities found that the figures doubled the 3,500 that the police recorded.
18:06
18:06

Police Releases Impounded Motorcycles 1 1

The motorcycles were impounded on the eve and after Museveni's swearing-in. Security agencies conducted joint operations enforcing the 6 pm and 9 pm curfew for motorcycles and cars respectively.
17:57
17:57

Brac Uganda Phases Out Scholarship Program 4

Josephine Nakiyingi, the Communications Officer Brac Uganda scholarship Program, says that their target was to support 5000 students in Uganda to complete their secondary education within a period of eight years.
17:17
17:17

Former LC III Chairpersons In Agago Still Holding On to Offices 2

Geoffrey Oweka, the Lira Palwo Sub County LC III Chairperson says that his office is still under lock and key. He also claims that his predecessor has taken custody of the sub-county official stamp and seal.
17:07
17:07

90 Arrested in Crackdown on Criminals in Gulu City 2

The operation follows public outcry about the unbecoming criminal cases within the Bardege-Layibi division that are reportedly manned by suspected street gangs.
17:06
17:06

Okwi Named Captain Ahead of Uganda Cranes Friendly Match Against South Africa Bafana Bafana 1 2

Egyptian based striker Emmanuel Arnold Okwi has been named as captain following the retirement of former skipper Denis Onyango who announced his retirement the national team in March this year.
16:38
16:38

MOH Cautions Health Workers on Second Wave COVID-19 Infections in Hospitals 1

The warning comes as many health worker infections have been recorded during the second wave.
16:31
16:31

Can The Opposition Unite After The Acrimonious Speaker Election? 6

The events of 2011 and 2016 are a direct contrast to what transpired in parliament on Monday as MPs voted for the speaker and deputy speaker. For the speaker race, Ssemujju Ibrahim Nganda, the immediate former opposition chief whip was contesting against two candidates both members of the NRM. Jacob Oulanyah, the official candidate of the party and Rebecca Kadaga who defied her party to contest as an independent. Oulanyah carried the day with 310 votes against Kadaga’s 197 votes. Ssemujju only managed a paltry 15 votes.
16:08
16:08

UWA, Residents Agree to Reopen Boundaries on Disputed Land 2 5

UWA and the residents have been embroiled in a row over land measuring 9,000 acres of land neighbouring Queen Elizabeth National Park.
16:01
16:01

Court Adjourns Bududa Landslide Victim's Case to July 2

“For at least ten years, the Uganda government has known that landslides were threatening the lives of Bududa residents, and yet did so little to come to the aid of the most vulnerable communities’ read the suit in part. They are seeking a declaration that by the court that their right to life is threatened due to the recurring landslides in Bududa district.
15:25
15:25

Swearing-in of KCCA Councilors Resumes 3

The ceremony had earlier been suspended for 40 minutes by the Buganda Chief Magistrate Ayo Miriam Akello after the National Unity Platform- NUP Councilor elect for Kampala Central Moses Kataabu took to the podium to take the oath in chains. He was protesting the continued detention of NUP supporters.
15:22
15:22

Nwoya Investigating Over 200 Child Labour Cases Nwoya District 2 1

Jacob Okot, the Nwoya District Probation and Welfare Officer told URN in an interview that he has teamed up with the labour office to establish the farms employing children before they take legal action.
15:00
15:00

Hoima Runs Out of COVID-19 Vaccine Doses health officials 1 2

Dr Lawrence Tumusiime, the Hoima District Health Officer says that the district is running out of the COVID-19 vaccine with less than 400 doses remaining.
14:42
14:42

Fire Guts Royal Paint Factory in Makindye Makindye Division 1 2

According to Owoyesgyire, there are no reported deaths or injuries since all workers vacated the factory on time. "It’s under control. But these people should also be vigilant about their neighborhoods. For instance, how do you set up a factory in a residential area?” asked Owoyesigyire.
13:23
13:23

New Attiak Sub County Leadership to Prioritize Environmental Protection 4 2

The sub-county is among the areas hit most by environmental degradation through indiscriminate tree cutting for charcoal and logs.
12:54
12:54

KCCA Councilor Turns Up Chained, Swearing-in Suspended 4

National Unity Platform-NUP Councillor elect for Kampala Central Moses Kataabu took to the podium to take oath with both his hands on chains and wearing a placard in his neck with a message, "Museveni free political Prisoners".
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