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Nov 2023 17 results
17:24
17:24

Nyege-Nyege Festival: 35 Detained for Engaging in Crime 1

In a statement released by the Kiira regional police command, 45 suspects were arrested mainly on the 10th and 11th of November. However, 10 of them committed minor crimes, and they were cautioned before release during the screening process.
17:19
17:19

Businessman Katanga Murder: DPP to Decide Fate of Wife, Daughter 1 1

Katanga’s murder was first alerted to ASP Peter Ogwang the Officer Incharge of Bugolobi police station who later alerted Jinja Road Main Station. Police bigwigs led by deputy Inspector General of Police Maj Gen Geoffrey Katsigazi Tumusiime and Kampala Metropolitan police Commander Stephen Tanui reportedly rushed to the scene.
16:59
16:59

Masaka City Council Task Landlords To Refurbish Buildings, Walkways 1 3

Florence Namayanja, the Masaka City Mayor, says that both the technical and political leadership have unanimously resolved to instruct all property owners to work out plans for improving the outlook of their buildings, beginning with the central business area.
16:48
16:48

EACOP Project: Gov’t Won’t Bow to Blackmail – Nankabirwa 1 3

Nankabirwa’s stance follows last week’s report released by GreenFaith, an international and multi-faith climate justice organization that accused French fossil fuel giant, TotalEnergies of disrespecting over 2,000 graves along the proposed 1,443-km-long underground oil pipeline.
16:42
16:42

Local Gov't Workers Cry Out Against Online Payment System 3

While this system, which is among others supposed to allocate workers' pay is yet to be rolled out in some districts, Joseph Kiwanuka Kakande, a statistician from Jinja, says that despite being employed as a scientist and his appointment letter stipulating his salary clearly, the system has paid them less and worse, holders of the same position in different districts are getting a different salary.
16:36
16:36

Suspected ADF Commander Remanded for Killing Tourists in National Park 2

Details presented in court revealed that on October 17th, 2023, at Nyamunuka along Katunguru-Katwe Kabatoro Road in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kyoto unlawfully caused the death of Barlow David James and Geyer Emmarentia Cecilia, a newlywed couple from the United Kingdom who had come to Uganda for their honeymoon.
16:27
16:27

CECAFA U15 Boys Championship: Rhinos beat Tanzania 2-1 to Qualify for finals 1

Tanzania's head coach, Maalim Mohammed, acknowledged that their side presented a challenge for the opponents, but they were unlucky not to proceed to the final game of the championship.
16:13
16:13

Busoga Muslim Community, DTB Contribute Towards Royal Wedding 1

The Vice Chairperson of the royal wedding's organizing committee, Martin Tibalira, expressed gratitude to the general public and different entities for their contributions. He assures that all contributions will be duly accounted for.
16:02
16:02

Katonga FDC Faction Welcomes Report On Share Of Gov’t Jobs 4

Francis Mwejukye, the MP for Buhweju county who also doubles as the acting treasury general of the Katonga road-based FDC faction, said although it’s true that most of the people holding top jobs in government come from Ankole, these don’t represent the greater region but rather a few families.
15:56
15:56

Teso Eliminates Kigezi Province from FUFA Drum 2023

During Monday's game, Kigezi Province players found themselves trailing, conceding the first goal in the 82nd minute of the second half. A pivotal moment occurred when Henry Tumisiime's fall resulted in a red card and a penalty for Teso Province, expertly converted into the net by Oloro Nathan.
15:44
15:44

Kisoro Head teacher On the Run after Blocking PLE Candidate 4

Frobel Iratuzi, 16, claims that despite being prepared for the exam, Bizere turned her away, citing her failure to pay Shillings 60,000. Despite rushing home to inform her sick mother and managing to collect only Shillings 20,000, she was still denied entry.
12:22
12:22

Calls for Selflessness as Nyakasura Alumni Honour Former Teacher education 2 2

Kaddu Mpiima taught Fine Art at Nyakasura School for seven years, from 1974 to 1981. Many of those who went through his hands attribute much of their success to the now retired teacher and describe him as a "special teacher and administrator" with a "gentle and artistic soul.”
10:01
10:01

Ministry of Tourism, UTB in Early Preparations for POATE 2024 2 3

POATE, scheduled for May 23rd to 25th, 2024, serves as a crucial platform to showcase Uganda's tourism potential and foster collaboration among local and international stakeholders in the tourism sector. The theme for the upcoming POATE is "Responsible Tourism," reflecting a commitment to safeguarding Uganda's rich natural heritage.
09:55
09:55

Mumbere Asks Subjects to Work With Security to Defeat ADF 1

Mumbere commended the efforts of security agencies in combating the ADF rebels but emphasized the need for close collaboration with the local community to ensure the total defeat of such groups. He highlighted that the insecurity caused by rebel elements poses a significant threat to peace and the general development of Rwenzori.
08:40
08:40

Gov’t Identifies Exit Routes for “Balaalo” Cattle Keepers from Northern Uganda President Museveni 1

The State Minister for Northern Uganda Rehabilitation Grace Freedom Kwiyucwiny in a November 7 letter to all Resident District Commissioners (RDCs) in Lango, West Nile, and Acholi Subregion seen by this reporter noted that five major routes have been identified for the exit of the noncompliant cattle keepers.
07:56
07:56

NRM Launches Champion Groups in Mukono To Revolutionise Party 2 1 Top story

Major (Rtd) Awich Pollar Okwir, representing Vice President Jessica Alupo, emphasized the significance of these initiatives in keeping the party dynamic. He stated, "NRM is bound to state building and is dedicated to building permanent institutions. With such initiatives, we are building more leaders who also have a financial base."
07:45
07:45

Contractor Hands Over Hostel Amidst Complaints of Shoddy Work 5 3

In May, Engineer Bernard Mugisha, a site engineer from Musuuza Building Contractors, explained to Beatrice Akello Akori, the Minister of State for Economic Monitoring, that the COVID-19 lockdown led to work disruptions, incurring additional expenses of 790 million Shillings.
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