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15:37

Uganda Ends UN Human Rights Office Mandate ohchr 1 Top story

The office was in the spotlight in the aftermath of the 2021 general election when military and police personnel clashed with a team of supporters of the National Unity Platform –NUP who were presenting a petition to the office over human rights violations in the country. Several journalists were beaten and injured during the scuffle that ensued.
15:02
15:02

25 Years Later, W.Nile Kony War Victims Remain Uncompensated 3 3

The Chairperson West Nile Kony War Victims Association said that after all their efforts including talking to President Museveni on phone have been frustrated, they have resolved to vote against all NRM Candidates in the next elections.
11:09
11:09

23 Passengers Injured in Link Bus Accident 1

The passengers were injured around 2:00 am when a bus belonging to Link Bus Company registration number UBF 967K lost control and overturned. The bus was coming from Bwera in Kasese district and heading to Kampala.
08:50
08:50

Kyotera Families Resilient to EACOP Compensation Fees Despite Revaluation 3 1

Cosma Yiga, one of the Project Affected Persons-PAPs notes that despite the reevaluation exercise in which they were given a 34 percent increment on the initial compensation rates, they are still discontented and unwilling to forfeit their properties to the project.

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16:09
16:09

Pictorial: National Team Prepares For World Cross Country Championships

The team under the watchful eyes of Coach Benjamin Njia is camping at Trinity Biblical Institute - Kapchorwa.

Business and finance

16:02
16:02

Security, URA Arrest 20 over Illegal Sale of Fuel in West Nile 3 1

According to data from Uganda Revenue Authority, at least 9,600 liters of fuel are smuggled into Uganda through the porous borders every day, which makes the country lose an estimated UGX 5 billion annually.
14:52
14:52

Lack of Funds Cripple Recovery of YLP Loans in Gulu 1 3

The Youth Livelihood Programme Focal point person for Gulu District Andrew Onen says the district last made a recovery of the money from the various youth groups in 2018 citing financial challenges.
11:26
11:26

Vendors Demand Audit of Mbarara Central Market SACCO 1

Emmanuel Muhumuza, chairperson of the Mbarara Central Market Association says they have not had an annual general meeting for nine years.
08:50
08:50

Kyotera Families Resilient to EACOP Compensation Fees Despite Revaluation 3 1

Cosma Yiga, one of the Project Affected Persons-PAPs notes that despite the reevaluation exercise in which they were given a 34 percent increment on the initial compensation rates, they are still discontented and unwilling to forfeit their properties to the project.

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