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Pader Village Chairperson Ingests Poison, Hospitalized After Murdering Wife Kitgum Diocese 1

Chris John Mugisha Anywar, the Laguti Sub County Councilor told URN on Monday that the suspect used an axe to kill his wife and cut his son in a domestic dispute. Shortly after the incident, Nyeko went into hiding.
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12:40

Turkana, Karamoja Leaders in Moroto to Discuss Cross Border Security

"As you are aware that there has been a lot of raiding that has been cutting across, Karamoja and Turkana, the Kenya delegation is coming today in the afternoon to forge away forward to end cattle rustling," he said.
09:12
09:12

Kitgum Pupils Carry Water to School Daily, Lose Valuable Time at Boreholes 4

Lack of boreholes at the school has compelled parents to load their children with water containers to carry to school for daily use. Girls in boarding schools are exposed to dangers as they trek several miles daily to fetch water for school use.
08:58
08:58

Police In Strict Enforcement of Night Curfew in Amuru to Combat Criminal Gangs security vigilance 1 1 Top story

Geoffrey Oceng Osborn, the Amuru Resident District Commissioner, and District Security Committee Chairperson says security has been conducting operations in the affected areas to combat the criminal gangs.

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11:22

Pictorial: Pedestrians, Motorists Compete for Space on Non-Motorised Transport Corridor Top story

The Non-Motorized Transport Corridor-NMT, which is the first of its kind in Kampala and funded by the government is meant to reduce congestion by giving leeway to pedestrians and cyclists.

Business and finance

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13:29

Mbarara Vendors Abandon Temporary Market 4 3

The Construction that started in February 2018 was expected to be completed in two years (January 2020). However, this has been extended three times, with the last extension ending January 2021.
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12:45

Schools in Lira Register Poor Turn Up of Learners 2 2

But Janet Lydia Ajwang, the head teacher Ikwera Negri School for the disabled, says due to financial burdens imposed on the parents by Covid-19 lock down, they have resolved to lower the school fees from 215,000 shillings to 120,000 shillings for the boarding learners.
11:42
11:42

URA Cleared More Trucks Through Busia Last Year 4

Duncan Kakonge, the URA Manager in-charge of Eastern Region, attributes the increase in traffic to the impact of COVID-19 that restricted informal trade since some traders often prefer using porous border points to import and export goods.
11:32
11:32

Insurance Trainers Test Staff on Competence and Skills insurance training 3

Saul Seremba, the Chief Executive of the government’s insurance training entity says that there’s general low awareness among the public about what the industry is about and that they needed insurers to learn from each other, something they opted to do through a quiz.

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