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Kimbowa Ivan

Staff reporter District head District Head in Mukono, Uganda

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15:11
15:11

Court Dismisses Second Election Petition Against Nantaba Idah Nantaba 1

The petition was filed by Jacqueline Kobusingye Birungi. Birungi who contested as an independent candidate accuses Nantaba of forging the A-Level results she presented from Mukono Town Academy dated 1998.
11:26
11:26

Strong Winds Destroy Houses in Mukono Lake Victoria 3 2

The winds also destroyed Prayer Life Church, plantations of banana, coffee and trees.
17:03
17:03

Mayangayanga-Nakibano Piped Water Project Stalls Over Funds 4 1

According to Musisi, more than 340 homes were expected to get piped water in the first phase of the project. While the second phase would involve the installation of bigger tanks to increase the capacity of the project but Victoria pumps limited, which was handling the project abandoned it.
18:15
18:15

Garden Hygiene is Oil Palm's Best Protection from Disease, Farmers Reminded BOPUL 1

A report compiled by a technical team from the National Agricultural Research Organisation-NARO headed by Dr. Gabriel Ddamulira in Kalangala says that Fusarium wilt and Ganoderma diseases are mainly caused by poor farm management.
13:28
13:28

77-Year-Old Widow Flees Home as Landgrabbers Attempt to Murder Her 1 3

A gang headed by the Nyenje LCI Chairperson Edward Kabombo and 15 others on police wanted list for slashing the same old woman’s food crops last month, returned on Friday and vandalized her house damaging windows, removing the back door threatening to kill her with her grand children before she was rescue by the community. The attackers were armed with machete, hoes and sticks.
09:39
09:39

Nakalema Directs Police to Deploy on Church Land in Mukono 1

Nakalema issued the directives after visiting Nakanyonyi and Kisowera parish church land where Mukono Diocese has for several years battled encroachers.
16:10
16:10

Court Dismisses Petition Filed by Kayunga Voter Against Nantaba Idah Nantaba 2 2

On Friday, Nantaba’s lawyer Ambrose Tebyasa raised a preliminary objection on the petition on grounds that it was incompetent. According to Tebyasa, the petition is not supported by the required 500 signatures of registered voters.