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08:54
08:54

Court of Appeal Overturns Life Imprisonment Sentence of Two Convicted of Murder 1

It was alleged that in December 2012, Rudisha was walking from work with colleagues Muzamil Ombaga, Jamal Mawa and Rasul Atiku when a man suddenly stood in front of them and fired a bullet which hit and killed Rudisha instantly. Another bullet hit Ombaga causing him serious injury on the upper part of his body while another bullet missed hitting Mawa.
23:39
23:39

Lawyer Bob Kasango Dead 1

According to the Spokesperson of Uganda Prisons Frank Baine, Kasango died on Saturday as he was being transported from Murchison Bay prison to Mulago National Referral Hospital for further treatment.
17:58
17:58

Court of Appeal Overturns Man's Conviction for Murder 1

Adiga was then convicted of murder by Justice Wilson Kwesiga and sentenced to life imprisonment on July 29th 2010. However, Adiga through his lawyer John Patrick Adar appealed against the sentence based on four grounds.
15:09
15:09

Rider in Kawempe Sustains Skull Injuries During Curfew Enforcement AIGP Edward Ochom 2 1

Joseph Sseguya, a resident of Kazo-Angola in Kawempe Division a city suburb was rushing his daughter to Kawempe hospital a few minutes to 9:00 pm on Thursday when he was intercepted by a policeman along Keti falawo Road.

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11:22
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

15:50
15:50

Body of Drowned Student in Kwania Recovered, Family Demands Compensation 2 3

Odur’s body was retrieved by residents and police from the dam in Olami A cell, Aduku Town Council in Kwania district on Sunday.
11:36
11:36

Arua Vendors Demand Training on Use of Utilities Ahead of Commissioning of UGX 24B Market 4 2

The 24 Billion Shillings market was constructed under African Development Bank funding through the Market and Agricultural Trade Improvement Program-MATIP II.
10:54
10:54

FPU Destroys 1,000 illegal Fishing Nets in Mayuge area 2 2

The illegal nets comprised 1,044 beach seines and 88 monofilament nets which they say have been depleting the lake of all its’ fish species.
09:52
09:52

Bush Fires Costing Electricity Cooperative Society Millions in Electric Pole Maintenance 1 2 Top story

The PACMECs General Manager Isaac Odong says since the onset of the dry season in October last year the wild bushfires fires have caused unprecedented damage to electricity infrastructure, mainly electric poles and transmission wires.

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