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Mar 2022 39 results
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18:03

Court Dismisses November 2020 Election Riot Case November 2020 riots 2 1 Top story

The High Court Civil Division Judge, Musa Ssekaana dismissed the application filed by Derrick Okello Wamboga and Joel Jerry Walyono when the matter came up for hearing on Tuesday. He argued that since the petition was meant to enforce rights under public interest, the applicants should have petitioned the Constitutional Court.
17:51
17:51

Man Convicted for Raping 5-Year-Old Girl Lira High Court

Brian Kalinaki, the state prosecutor prayed to court to sentence the convict to life in prison because the victim was so vulnerable and suffered a tear in her anus which could have been fatal.
17:46
17:46

Kitgum District Receives Over 100,000 Doses of Covid-19 Vaccines 5

Dr. Okello reveals that although more than 60 percent of the population in the district has had at least one dose of vaccination, only 16 percent has completed all doses.
17:41
17:41

UNBS Does Not Have Capacity to Protect Ugandans Against Fake Goods - MPs 1 2

The Mbarara City South Division Member of parliament and Committee Chairperson, Mwine Mpaka, argues that the entity does not have the capacity to protect Ugandans from consuming sub-standard goods.
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UPDF Deserter Arrested For Attempting to Disarm Police Officer 2 1 Top story

Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire identifies the suspect as Hussein Kakonge, 46, a UPDF deserter and a former guard with Security 2000 in Muyenga suburbs.
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17:19

ULC Did Not Advertise Nakawa-Naguru Land Before Allocation 1 3

Dan Atwijukire Kimosho, the Chairperson of the Committee directed that the officials be put on oath to provide the committee with correct and consistent information.
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17:18

HRNJ Joins Legal Battle Seeking Release of Alternative DIGITALK Presenters 2 2

The lawyers from Wameli and Company Advocates have sued the Attorney General, the Inspector General of Police, the Commandant Special Investigations Directorate-Kireka and the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence upon instructions from HRNJ given to them immediately after the arrest of the said presenters.
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UPE Schools Remain Empty Two Months After Reopening COVID 19 Lockdown 7 2

Namuli says that some pupils dropped out of school after getting pregnant, others are working as housemaids whereas other parents are holding them at home due to their inability to contribute lunch fees of Shillings 20,000.
17:02
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Minister Muyingo Orders Closure of Boarding Section at Newly Commissioned Seed School 2 2 Top story

Muyingo explained that Seed schools are intended to serve learners within their host communities, which means there is no need for establishing a boarding section.
16:04
16:04

Isingiro Teacher Accused of Murdering 8-Months-Old Son

Kasasira says they were forced to apprehend Monday as a suspect in the missing child case and after interrogation, he confessed to killing his child and dumping the body in a swamp.
15:59
15:59

Lack of Funds Delays Issuance of Covid-19 Vaccination Certificates 2

According to UNEPI, over 1.3 trillion shillings have been spent on the ongoing COVID-19 vaccination campaign. However, the majority of these funds have been allocated to procuring vaccines and paying health worker allowances but little money was set aside for data entrants which have led to delays in uploading vaccination information
15:59
15:59

Africa Free Trade Area Requires High-Quality Products -Asiimwe

The Chief Executive Officer of Private Sector Foundation Stephen Asiimwe says that Uganda, is competing with 53 other countries under one single market, and as such needs, technology to enhance efficiency and deliver goods of high standards and on time.
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15:49

Over 10 Students Injured Critically in Tororo Accident 1

Stephen Ibutokol, whose child was injured expressed disappointment with the school management for carrying learners in the same vehicle with hot water, a thing he believes even drunkards cannot do.
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New Details Emerge on Death of Gulu Central High Student stray bullet 2 1 Top story

Alarokuma says whereas the police indicate that her son died from a stray bullet, the postmortem report indicates the bullet penetration could have been from short range. She notes that the postmortem shows the deceased was shot on the left backside and the bullet followed the spinal cord and exited through the lower jaw, causing the victim to bleed to death.
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DPP Asks to Take Over Mabirizi's Offensive Communication Case Male Mabirizi 1 2 Top story

On Tuesday, when the matter came up for mention before Buganda Road Grade One Magistrate, Sanula Nambozo, State Attorneys Joan Keko and Ivan Kyazze informed Court that they had instructions from the Director of Public Prosecutions to take over the matter.
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14:57

Agago District Leaders to Repatriate Karamojong Migrants 2

The Karamojong started arriving in Agago in December 2021, in search of food and security.
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14:28

Rwentanga Farm Institute Graduates Up in Against Uganda Veterinary Board 6 3

Nathan Bakundane, one of the affected para vets, says that he has worked for the last three years until the National Drug Authority confiscated his drugs and asked to present a licence from the veterinary board in vain.
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14:12

Mbale City Council on the Spot Over Street Parking Tender 1 6

"This is to inform you that your bid has been detailed below has been accepted. A written contract is being drafted and shall be forwarded for your signature as soon as it is ready,” a letter dated 04th/November 2021 from the City Clerk to Nalu Tours and Travels Limited reads in part. Nalu Tour and Travel Limited were supposed to sign the contract with the city authorities in the same month and commence work on November 15th, 2021.
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14:07

MOH Blames Failure to Hit Covid-19 Vaccination Targets on Complacency MInistry of Health 3 1

The Ministry had set out to have vaccinated all the targeted 22million people by end of March, but Kyabayinze says they are still struggling to have half of those fully vaccinated and therefore they cannot start enforcing punitive vaccination mandates.
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13:42

Residents in Kiboga District Left Homeless As Storm Destroys Houses, Crops 3 3

The Monday downpour destroyed property that includes crops, trees, and houses in the villages of Kiwanguzi, Kagobe, Kilulumba, Kabakanjagala, and Nassuuna in Kiboga Town Council.
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