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Feb 2023 18 results
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NSSF: Byarugaba Accuses Minister Amongi of Interference 1 3

Byarugaba accused Minister Amongi of disregarding the governing structure of the Fund by seeking to access 6 billion Shillings to facilitate activities in her Ministry. He said that the activities that the minister sought to facilitate in the Ministry were already being implemented by NSSF.
18:23
18:23

Gov’t Sued for Illegal Extension of Aswa Ranch Boundaries 1 4

The plaintiffs, accuse Uganda Livestock Industries Ltd of fraudulently creating a new freehold title over the Aswa Ranch for 15,930.46 hectares inside Lamwo and another 25,516.6 hectares inside Pader without the due processes of the district land boards.
18:17
18:17

Easing of Trade Restrictions Between Kenya and Uganda Excites EAC Leaders regional trade 7 1

Minister Rebecca Kadaga hailed Ruto but said a lot still needed to be done, as she condemned the practice of closing borders which hurts business and innocent citizens.
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16:24

Arua Council Defers Relocation of Military Police Barracks 1 6

On Thursday, Arua High court granted an interim injunction restraining the council from discussing, resolving and reallocating the Military police barracks from Arua city to the district pending the disposal of the main application.
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Attorney General “Confused” About Trial of Civilians in Military Courts 1 3 Top story

Kiwanuka, in a speech at the opening of the New Law Year 2023, said the confusion is arising from the judgments from the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.
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14:58

Private Health Facilities Asked to Conduct Self-Assessment 3

Dr Henry Mwebesa the Director General of Health Services said all health facilities irrespective of its level need to use the tool to assess themselves and address the gaps that will been highlighted during the process.
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14:40

Police Arrests Two For Alleged Murder In Kibaale suspects

Hakiza has appealed to members of the public to cooperate with the Police by providing vital information that could lead to the arrest and detention of other remaining suspects who are still at large.
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14:25

Lamwo Recovers a Paltry 4% of Disbursed Youth Livelihood Funds in 9 Years

According to the report, Lamwo received ugx 1.6 billion since the program started but has recovered only 71.5 million, representing a laughable 4 percent recovery.
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14:10

Two Die after Eating Suspected Poisoned Yam death

The deceased persons have only been identified as Elias and Emmanuel both in their 30s, residents of Kibaale village in Butoole parish Kyangwali sub county.
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13:31

Soroti Hospital Locks Out Medical Student over Bribery Allegations 1 3

Soroti Regional Referral Hospital has vowed to block the Intern Doctor arrested over soliciting money from patients from continuing his practice in the hospital.
12:39
12:39

UPDF Impostor Arrested for Defrauding Fishermen in Buyende

Her arrest on Friday follows complaints from the Commander of the Fisheries Protection Unit-FPU in Buyende district, Captain Jacob Katumba,
12:26
12:26

Catholic Parish in Kanungu Blocking Road, Infuriates Residents 3 4

After his arrest, detention and release on bond from Kihihi Police Station, Rev Fr. Lucas Kiiza on Monday this week again re-appeared with his group, fenced off the road afresh even dug holes in it to make the road impassable.
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Ministry of Health to Upgrade Rukoki Health Centre IV to Hospital 1

According to a statement issued by Aceng, the ministry will not rescind its decision to withdraw government support to Kilembe Mines Hospital.
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Head Teachers in Greater Luwero Face Disciplinary Action Over Failure in PLE 2 1

Erastus Kibirango the LCV Chairperson of Luwero district says that the headteachers will appear before the Rewards and Sanctions Committee to defend themselves why the learners failed the exams.
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11:45

Hoima Central Market Vendors Protest Persistent Power Blackout sanitation 3 1

Ibrahim Mugisa, a member of the market governing body explains that they have on several occasions informed the council about the power and sewage problem but nothing has been done.
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11:21

UNOC Finally Gets License To Explore In Buliisa Oil rigs at CNOOC 1 Top story

UNOC has paid over 578 million shillings or $155700 as required by the laws and the signed Production Sharing Agreement and award of the Petroleum Exploration License.
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10:48

Senior One Selection Process Discredited; No Solution Yet From Gov't 1 4 Top story

Dr. Jane Egau, the new chairperson of the national selection and placement committee, also acknowledged the existence of irregularities in the now-discredited process but did not provide a direct solution to address the issue.
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