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Feb 2022 37 results
18:55
18:55

400 Residents Face Eviction in Nabigasa Sub County 4

Emmanuel Bafiirawala, the LC I Chairperson of Katenju village says a local businesswoman Prossy Namirembe has served the residents with eviction notices from the land they have occupied for several decades.
18:38
18:38

Mapenduzi’s Involvement in Zaake Probe is Huge Concern–Mpuuga 5 1 Top story

Speaking about the ongoing probe, which started in his absence, Mpuuga said that he had received a correspondence from the Clerk inviting Zaake to appear before the committee but he is yet to educate himself on the mandate of the committee in addressing matters on social media.
18:27
18:27

Livestock Farmers in Tooro Puzzled About Drug Resistant Ticks 3 1

Farmers say the drugs on the market are not only resistant to Insects, but also cause severe blindness, miscarriage, low production, and death of cattle in some cases.
18:15
18:15

Olympian Shadir Musa Unveils First Professional Bout 2 3

Announcing the bout in Lugogo on Tuesday, Bwogi said that he was forced to join the professional boxing ranks after realizing a vacuum in Uganda. He said that his experience from amateur boxing together with his colleagues will breathe new life into professional boxing in the country.
17:53
17:53

Court Okays Withdraw of Election Appeal Against Minister Obiga Kania Apama Amato Boroa 2 1

"By consent of parties entered on 17th February 2022 before her worship Bucyana Lillian, in the presence of Madira Jimmy, Counsel for the Appellant, Batanda Gerald and Abiyo John Counsel for the 1st respondent Eric Sabiiti, Baguma J Honest and Kanyiginya Angella Counsel for the 2nd respondent; the Appellant hereby Withdraws election petition number 12 of 2021", reads the consent in part. According to the Consent, each party will also bear its own costs.
17:31
17:31

81 MPs Sign Muhwezi Censure Motion 2 1

Leader of Opposition Mathias Mpuuga has revealed that only 81 MPs out of the required 176 have signed.
17:28
17:28

Nansana Councilors Lock Town Clerk's Office 4 2

Led by the division speaker, Experito Mutesasira, the councillor stormed the division l headquarters with placards with inscriptions demanding that the town clerk Rosette Namiiro vacates office because of her failure to deliver service.
17:07
17:07

Iteso Council Union Petitions Gender Ministry over Emorimor’s Office Paul Sande Emolot 2 1

The Iteso Council Union Council, John Francis Okuma in a letter dated February 21, 2022, to the Ministry said that the ICU Constitution mandates the council chairperson to caretake the office of the Emorimor for six months as they organize for the election of the next cultural leader.
16:54
16:54

Government Takes Over Namanve Thermal Power Plant 3 1

In 2007, the government and Jacobsen entered a build, own, operate and transfer-BOOT agreement to establish the heavy fuel thermal plant whose management would be handed over to the government after 13 years.
16:39
16:39

Arua Market Appeals Committee Starts Hearing Space Allocation Complaints 3 1

Arua main market Appeals Committee has begun hearing complaints of more than 500 registered vendors who were left out during the recent allocation of spaces at the newly constructed market.
16:26
16:26

New City Markets Accumulate UGX 1.4B Arrears Over Low Revenue Collection Gulu Central Market 2 1

The Auditor General’s report indicates that out of the budget of 12.5Billion shillings by the seven markets for the six-year period, only 7.9 billion shillings were collected, representing a performance of only 54 percent.
16:20
16:20

Government To Close Over 50 Unlicensed Child Care Homes 4 1

Canon Josephat Bwalhuma, the director of Nzirambi Orphanage in Bukonzo wants the government to guide how these institutions can be registered given their significant role in society.
16:10
16:10

Kwania Carpenters Demand Investigations into Emyooga Ghost Saccos 3 1

The carpenters alleged that a group of masqueraders purported to be Kwania carpenters in the name of “Kwania North Carpenters” received the 30 million shillings cash under the program.
16:06
16:06

Ssegirinya, Ssewanyana Plead With Court for Temporary Release 1 3

Ssegirinya indicated that their long stay in prison on remand in the absence of evidence is a violation of the principle of the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
15:46
15:46

Ssemakadde Asks Court to Release Mabirizi Pending Appeal Isaac Ssemakadde 2 1 Top story

Mabirizi ran to the appellant court when Justice Ssekaana found him guilty of contempt of court on February 15th, 2022 and sentenced him to 18 months in civil prison. The same had earlier on January 27th, 2022 issued orders stopping Mabirizi from using his social pages to attack judicial officers.
15:07
15:07

Swarm of Bees Kill Elderly Man in Amuru Pabbo Sub County 1 1

According to Labalpiny, the bees attacked Opwonya a short distance from the nearby stream where he had taken a bath on Monday evening.
14:59
14:59

Authorities Demolish 30 Houses to Pave way for Kapchorwa-Suam Road Works

Samuel Hashaka Mpimabaza, the Bukwo Resident District Commissioner, says that the china State engineering company was expected to complete the Shillings 268billion project by February 15th, 2022 but the project has dragged on due to the stubbornness of the locals to relocate.
14:40
14:40

Leaders Want Upgrade of Barlonyo to Tourism Site Expedited 1 7

The Lord Resistance Army-LRA rebels under the command of Okot Odiambo, then deputy to LRA Commander Joseph Kony, brutally killed more than 300 people in a space of three hours on the afternoon of February 21, 2004.
13:51
13:51

Negligence Caused Elegu Market Fire- Police 1 1

According to police investigations, the fire started from stalls where fish had been left for smoking on charcoal stoves before spreading to other structures. Investigators established that despite the congested space at the market, some traders leave fish on charcoal stoves for smoking in their absence.
13:50
13:50

Entebbe Hospital to Reopen to General Public Next Week 5 8

Dr. Moses Muwanga, outgoing Director of Entebbe Regional Referral Hospital, says that they have handled over 2,300 COVID-19 patients since 2020 and have been preparing for full resumption by re-opening departments in a phased manner.
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