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15:53
15:53

Wanale Division Town Clerk, Chairman on the Spot 4

Ismail Gidudu, the Speaker Wanale Division, said they havent had a single council sitting since Wambedde was posted to the division on grounds that the division lacks funding.
13:02
13:02

Fire Guts DRC Electoral Commission Offices

Video footage on international media shows the fire burning some pickup vehicles in the compound of the Electoral Commission offices in DRCs capital, Kinshasha. In his statement, the Commission Rapporteur, Jeanne Pierre Kalamba Mulumba Ngalula, says despite the fire outbreak, voting will proceed as planned.
14:25
14:25

JEEMA Statement on IPOD Summit Verbatim yoweri museveni

As a matter of fact, all IPOD activities gain consensus within IPOD members and nothing happens out of the blue. On that note, I wish to state that all Member Parties agreed to hold the Summit with the top most leadership of NRM under their Chairman Yoweri Museveni, not as Head of State because some members did not feel comfortable with it based on the out comes of the 2016 Presidential elections.
08:23
08:23

Mbale Municipality Stuck With UGX 600M Debt 1 Top story

The Inspectorate of Government should join hands with us to pay the contractor, said Kwaja.
22:45
22:45

Address on National State of Affairs-Verbatim (Continued)

Ugandans you liberated yourselves from tyranny and death. See the mass graves in the Luwero Triangle. We are the only ones that can guarantee our future. The way it was in the past, so it is today and so it shall in the future. We are the ones to guarantee our future working with friends that respect our sovereignty and our intelligence.
22:40
22:40

Address on National State of Affairs-Verbatim

Why has this population grown at the rate of 3.2since 1986, yet between 1969 and 1986, it was growing at around the rate of 2.5 Two reasons: Security of life and property and better healthcare for the population, especially immunization. Yes, there are still problems of shortage of drugs in hospitals etc., but the immunization, which is easier to administer and monitor, has done the miracle. In spite of the AIDs epidemic, which killed a total of 2million young Ugandans and left a lot of orphans, the population of Uganda has grown from 14million in 1986 to 40million today. This population will be 102 million by 2050, i.e. 32 years from today.
21:40
21:40

There is Good Chance to Arrest Kirumira's Killers-Museveni people

Museveni noted that if there was enough manpower, the killers of Kirumira would have been captured.
21:13
21:13

No One Will Destabilize Kampala-Museveni people

He said government will plan for the youths whose parents failed to plan for to help them overcome the unemployment problem. Some parents didnt plan well for their children. They have no job, no property and no capital.
10:36
10:36

Muslim Parliamentarians Demand Answers Over Abiriga's Assassination home 1 Top story

Unidentified gunmen riding on a motorcycle gunned down Abiriga together with his bodyguard, Saidi Buga last night as they were heading to the legislators home in Matugga in Wakiso district.
18:37
18:37

Red Cross Warns of Suspected Cholera Outbreak in Kampala uhrc

According to the text, six suspected cholera cases are currently in isolation at Naguru hospital receiving treatment. Six samples were shipped to Central Public Health Laboratories CPHL for culture and sensitivity, reads the text.
15:49
15:49

Former Minister Akbar Nekyon Dead akbar nyekon 1 Top story

His nephew the Uganda Peoples Congress-UPC Party President, James Akena has confirmed Nyekons demise.
19:13
19:13

Zakayo 'the Chimp' Dies at 54 kampala

A brief statement from UWEC shows that preliminary findings suggest that Zakayo succumbed to Chronic Gastroenteritis.
12:47
12:47

Pay TV Providers Hit Back at UCC Over Non-Compliance Claims 1

In a joint press statement published this morning, the Pay Television Service Providers, say they have been in talks with UCC on its new licensing frame work to ensure its enabling and appropriate, but they are surprised by the regulators claim that all Ugandan Pay TV providers are non-compliant
17:27
17:27

MTN Top Executives Coverge in Kampala mtn uganda

MTN Uganda is a success story in the MTN Group especially with the impressive growth in Mobile Money that continues to facilitate financial inclusion. With MTN Uganda hosting this summit, it is a sign that there is confidence at MTN Group level in the work being done in the country. It also represents the confidence in the Ugandan economy.
11:25
11:25

Kenya's Communications Commission Switches Off Citizen, Inooro TV 1

The Kenya Union of Journalists has condemned the intimidation of media houses and journalists for covering the swearing in ceremony.
15:35
15:35

Family Hunts for Missing Daughter 1

According to Wasike, their efforts to find the 14-year-old Nalweiso havent yielded any results. The family has reported a case of missing person at Mbale Central Police Station vide police file number SD 24/21/01/018.
14:39
14:39

Military Police Recovers Ekalungar's Vehicle

According to sources, the Premio is believed to belong to Francis Ekalungar, the former Accountant of Case Clinic who was killed recently and his body set ablaze. The vehicle plate numbers had reportedly been charged to UAT 764L.
17:30
17:30

North Mbale Diocese Starts Fundraising for Janani Luwum College

Canon Wasukira explains that the Bishop of North Mbale diocese through the diocesan synod has appointed an interim governing council to spearhead the establishment of the College led by the Budadiri West Member of Parliament, Nathan Nandala Mafabi.
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