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17:47
17:47

Wearing Face Masks Frustrating Learners With Hearing Impairment social distancing 4 1 Top story

Juliet Mary Tumuhairwe, the headteacher of Uganda School for the Deaf notes that wearing a facial mask is very challenging for her group of learners as they cannot fully understand or interpret what the teacher is communicating with them.
17:10
17:10

Parliament Directs Internal Affairs Minister to Release List of Abducted Ugandans 1 4

Latif Ssebaggala, the Kawempe North MP said that while addressing the country two weeks ago, President Museveni admitted that the missing Ugandans were in the hands of security agencies and that their names will be released to the public.
11:19
11:19

Panic in Napak as Suspect Takes Off With Loaded Police Gun 2 Top story

According to Longole, the suspect had been picked up from Kangole town council for attempted rape. "While at Kangole Police station one of our officers said he knew the suspect and that he wouldn’t but shortly after, the suspect jumped and grabbed a gun from the officer and took off," he explained.

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13:39
13:39

Pictorial; The Priestly and Diaconate Ordination of Clergy in Kasese

Finally, the D-day was here and the sixteen were ordained at a function held at St. John’s seminary kiburara, Kisinga Sub-county. It was led by Rt. Rev. Francis Aquirinus Kibira the Bishop of Kasese Catholic Diocese.

Business and finance

17:06
17:06

Kyagulanyi Must Declare Bulletproof Car by 31st March –IG IGG 2 1

Bamugemereire says that like any leader, Mr Kyagulanyi will be expected to declare the car, whether it was donated or bought by himself. He says Mr Kyagulanyi is still leader of a political party registered under the laws and like, any leader, he is expected to declare his wealth, irrespective of how it was acquired.
16:06
16:06

Bus and Taxi Operators in Kitgum On the Spot for Cheating Commuters 3

In Kitgum, some taxis and buses were seen filled. Each passenger was required to pay the doubled fares that introduced to cover the vacant seats.
08:58
08:58

Police in Kalungu District Impound Cattle From Tanzania 3 1

According to Barnabas Rugyenda, an enforcement officer in Kalungu attached to the district veterinary office, the impounded cattle were being transported from Tanzania to Kampala through Kalungu district despite the livestock quarantine which was recently placed on most parts of the cattle corridor districts following the outbreak of foot and mouth disease (FMD).
08:25
08:25

Livestock Dealers Protest Enforcement of Livestock Quarantine Restrictions 2 1

Leonard Makya, the Chairperson of Lukaya Animal Traders and Butcher Owners Association says closing down operations of livestock-related businesses have got grave financial implications they cannot bear with.

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