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Jan 2022 23 results
21:55
21:55

​Kyotera School to Remain Open After Fire Outbreak 3 6

John Paul Mpalanyi, the Kyotera County MP, said that the school can remain open as the children and teachers receive counselling.
20:45
20:45

Busia Boda Boda Elections Suspended over Irregularities 4

According to the union, most of the voters who turned up for the elections were reportedly non-members who had illegal boda-boda identity cards. The cards were allegedly issued by George Byansi, one of the contestants for Busia municipality.
20:20
20:20

3,783 Households in Namayingo Connected to 600KW Solar-Mini Grid 4 4

There are 13 Islands and 52 gazetted landing sites in the district, However, Lolwe; Sigulu and Bukana form Bukoli Island County and has for years have been the most disadvantaged due to lack of electricity and other utilities.
20:02
20:02

Family Abandons Home after Death of Gulu University Student 1

Agnes Acayo, commonly known as the Auzu, a second-year student pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and a resident of Dwol Cell, Laliya Ward, Pece –Laroo Division in Gulu City was hacked to death on Friday morning by her boyfriend -Alfred Ocan aged 50 after they picked a quarrel over money.
19:57
19:57

Muni University Gets Multi Million Labaratory 3 5

The lab was constructed at 214 Million Shillings with support from European Union under the Applied Curricula in Technology for the East Africa-ACTEA project.
15:14
15:14

FUFA Women Super League to Resume Next Month 1 2

Lady Doves FC is the defending champions of the FUFA Women's super league after defeating UCU Lady Cardinals 2-1.
14:36
14:36

Archbishop Lambert Receives Symbol Of Participation From Pope Francis 1 1

The symbol gives the Archbishop communion with the holy father the Pope.
14:21
14:21

Manpower Shortages Hamper Polio Vaccination Campaign in Mukono 1 4

The district dispatched 108 medical workers to carry out the exercise in the entire district with each parish receiving one medical worker. The district targets to vaccinate 147, 000 children.
13:53
13:53

Makerere University Students Demand Release of Results Universities 1 3

The students are accusing the university administration of negligence and failing to respond to their plight.
12:59
12:59

Uganda Human Rights Commission Official Convicted of Abuse of Office 1

Asiimwe was on Friday evening convicted by the Anti-Corruption Court Judge Lawrence Gidudu on four charges of abuse of office.
12:16
12:16

Five Pupils Killed in Two School Fires Kawempe Division 1 2 Top story

The four are said to have died in the fire that caught one of the pupils’ dormitories at around 3am this morning. The victims have been identified as Tena Denge, Bashira Nabawesi, Julian Nakalanzi, all in primary one and 7-year-old Hasina Nakawuki, a primary two pupil.
11:30
11:30

Seven Dead, Four Injured in Nakasongola Accident 1

Isah Ssemwogerere the Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson says that the taxi rammed into the stationary trailer from behind killing seven passengers on spot and injuring four others.
11:26
11:26

Busia Municipal Council Evicts Street Vendors 5

Vincent Okurut, the Busia Town Clerk says that they are evicting street vendors in the town to restore trade orders within the central business district. He said they want all traders to occupy the gazetted markets.
11:10
11:10

Boxing Champions League Returns ubf 4 2

The league will return to action with 12 bouts in twelve different weight categories.
10:57
10:57

MPs Ask Gov't to Verify Projects in Kampala, Wakiso Government projects 2 1

Jesca Ababiku, the Committee Chairperson says that it is urgent for the government to establish the status of projects within the Central region in order to ascertain value for money.
10:40
10:40

Reallocation of Lockups Starts in Gulu Main Market taxes 2 1

The exercise which kicked off on Thursday is expected to end at the end of the month.
10:24
10:24

U.S. Embassy Cancels Visa Interviews over Surge in Covid-19 Ministry of Health. 1 2

Anthony Kujawa, the U.S. Embassy Spokesperson in Kampala said that B1 and B2 visitor visa interviews have temporarily been suspended in response to recent challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
10:15
10:15

Isingiro Leaders Task Gov't to Tarmac 120km Road 5 1

The leaders on Friday tasked Vice President Jessica Alupo to explain why the promise to tarmac the road has never been fulfilled.
09:10
09:10

Kasese District Leaders Pay Tribute to Ezron Bwambale 2 6

Local leaders, both present and former all heaped praises on the deceased describing him as a pillar of unity who supported the health and education sector in the district.
08:47
08:47

Pastoralists to Be Evicted in Phased Manner Balaalo Herdsmen 5 1

Gen. Muhoozi said that the first phase of the operation will commence with the eviction of all pastoralists occupying government lands. He directed that security personnel in the region should embark on the exercise with immediate effect.
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