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17:38
17:38

Consultant Starts Architectural Review for USMID Road Designs in Kitgum kitgum Municipality 1 2

Kitgum Municipal Council signed a contract with Trio Consultants Ltd in June this year to supervise, China Railway 18 Bureau Group Co Ltd that was contracted to undertake the 16.6 Billion shillings road construction.
17:17
17:17

RDC Orders Closure of Kagadi Guest House Suspects 1 1

The suspects were attending a birthday party organized by Joachim Ategeka in contravention of the ban on social gathering as part of the COVID-19 containment measures.
17:07
17:07

Boxer Ssemuju Exits Olympic Games After Defeat David Ssemujju 1

According to the Judges, Nemouchi won with score-cards reading 30-27, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27 and 30-27.
17:07
17:07

Prosecutors Demand for Covid-19 Risk Allowances Timothy Amerit 1

The Prosecutors state that as Frontline workers in the Justice Law and Order Sector they are disappointed over the government's oversight in catering for the Prosecutors in the Covid-19 supplementary budget, a step which has reportedly handicapped the operations of members.
16:55
16:55

Why Tracking Contract Uganda Signed with Russian Company Could be Challenged 1

Samantha Mwesigye, a procurement lawyer and lecturer at Law Development Center, Makerere says the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority regulations don’t allow Procuring and Disposal Entities (PDEs) to enter contracts with bank, companies or those facing bankruptcy.
16:19
16:19

Chaos As Councilors Reject Nominee for Kisoro LC V Vice Chairperson Seat Again 3 4

A section of councilors led by James Agaba, the representative of the Southern division and the elderly male councilor, Phillip Ntakyotugyira, said there is no way they would approve Nambajimana because his Primary Leaving Examination certificate bears the name of Nambajimana Alex B, Ordinary Level certificate bears Nambajimana B. Alex and Tertiary Institution and University certificate bears Nambajimana B. Alex.
16:00
16:00

Ssekitoleko Held for Suspected Fraud -CID's Twine Julius Ssekitooleko 7 1

CID Spokesperson Charles Twine revealed that there is probable fraud of airlifting a person who had not qualified for the games, he said they are still holding the athlete because he is suspected to be part of the fraud.
15:45
15:45

Lockdown Bites Hard Salon Business in Lira 5

The operators argue that the ban on transport has affected the movement of their clients. In some salons, the workers have been laid off due to low business.
15:04
15:04

Construction of Staff Houses for Entebbe Hospital Starts 6 2

Muhammad Mubiru, the Principal Hospital Administrator at Entebbe Hospital, says that 20 health workers will be accommodated units. He adds that the construction of the units is timely since the lack of accommodation poses a challenge to their performance.
15:00
15:00

240 People Arrested as Police Raid Birthday Party in Kagadi suspects 1 1

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police Spokesperson told Uganda Radio Network on Monday that they got information about the birthday party and planted informants to monitor the situation and inform the police.
14:51
14:51

Mabirizi Challenges Cabinet Decision to Put Tracking Devices in Vehicles Global Systems LLC 1 2

Mabirizi now wants a permanent injuction prohibiting any Uganda Government official from implementing or acting on the strength of the Cabinet decision requiring every motor vehicle to be fitted with tracking devices at owners cost on grounds of being unconstitutional.
14:43
14:43

FDC Opposes Giving MPs Money For Cars 4

Speaking at the party’s headquarters at Najjanankumbi in Kampala on Monday, Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, its spokesperson and an MP himself, said the government must adopt a policy where all its employees including MPs should be just given interest-free loans that should be recovered from their monthly salaries to buy for themselves cars.
14:18
14:18

Kitgum Registers Decline in Covid-19 Testing 1 3

Simon Knox Okongo, the Kitgum District Surveillance Focal Point Person says for nearly a week now, only about 20 people voluntarily turned up for RDT and PCR test in three designated Covid-19 testing centers.
14:14
14:14

I am Alive and well, Speaker Oulanyah Reports Parliament 1

The Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has said that he is alive and well despite reports that he has been unwell.
14:00
14:00

Residents Struggle to Access Services as Drugs Rot in Apaa Health Centre II 3 3

Ferdinand Ojera Severio, the General Secretary Apaa Township says that at least ten lives of children and pregnant mothers in the area were lost in the area since last year due to the lack of better health services.
13:57
13:57

Prof Mbonye Forgave MoH Tormentors Before Dying - Wife Nakyobe Makerere University 5 1

Acclaimed as one of the country's most dedicated public servants, friends and family have eulogised Prof Anthony Mbonye as a dedicated medical professional who worked until he breathed his last. According to family and friends, Mbonye who served in many leadership positions within the health ministry was a man who was always in search for answers to the country's glaring health challenges
13:54
13:54

South Sudan Authorities Stop Road Maintenance Works in Lamwo 4

The Lokung Sub County LC III Chairperson, Joachim Opoka Ocan, says heavily armed soldiers from the South Sudan Peoples Defense Force (SSPDF) stormed the road maintenance last week. The soldiers allegedly confronted the contractor accusing them and the Uganda government of crossing 7kilometers deep inside their territory.
13:37
13:37

James Kakooza Elected EALA MP voting eala mps 1 5

James Kakooza now replaces the former representative of Uganda, Mathias Kasamba who succumbed to Covid-19 on 27th April 2021 and his demise created a vacancy at the Regional Assembly. He now joins the other representatives elected to EALA by Uganda on 28th February, 2017. These include Rose Akol Okullo (NRM), PauI Musamali (NRM), George Odongo (NRM), Mary Mugyenyi (NRM), Dennis Nanara (NRM), Chris Opoka (UPC), Fred Mukasa Mbidde (DP) and Susan Nakawuki (Independent).
13:20
13:20

Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Among Health Workers Low in Northern Uganda Parliament 1 5

In the Gulu district for instance, although the vaccines were meant for front line health workers, of the 241, only 158 had taken both the first and second dose.
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