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15:22
15:22

Man Arrested in Gulu for Knocking Two Dead Gulu City 1

Jimmy Patrick Okema, the Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson says that preliminary findings indicate that Odong was driving under the influence of alcohol.
14:58
14:58

JICA to Repair 185 Broken Boreholes in Amuru Attiak Sub County 1 1

Michael Lakony, the Amuru LCV Chairperson says that the assessment of the broken boreholes kicked off in Attiak Sub County in the areas of the Town Council, Opara village, and Elegu which are believed to be harbouring several damaged boreholes kicked off this week by a team of technical people.
11:47
11:47

Water Scarcity Hits 6,000 People in Amuru District Elegu Town Council 3 1

Grace Achan, the area water committee of Amuru Trading Center says that over 800 households in the area now depending on a single borehole.
08:17
08:17

Four Killed as Vehicle Rams Into Motorcyclists in Gulu City 1

Simon Wokorach, the Vice Chairman of Gulu City Boda -Boda Cyclists Association confirmed the incident, saying Obama was under the influence of alcohol when the accident occurred, adding that he could have run into more road users if the tyres hadn’t burst.

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16:51
16:51

Pictorial: Strong Winds Leave 300 People Homeless in Nakasongola

More than 60 houses have been destroyed by strong winds at Munami village in Nakasongola district leaving over 300 people homeless.

Business and finance

13:01
13:01

Bunyangabu Residents Raise Concern About Poor State of Roads Poor Road 4 1

Dan Ntakimanya a Boda Boda rider says they have informed the district authorities several times to rehabilitate the road in vain.
09:52
09:52

Shea Nut Processing Plant, Huller Lie Idle in Kapelebyong rice huller 2 1

The equipment was donated to farm groups when Kapelebyong was still under Amuria district- under the commercialization of agriculture project managed by the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries in 2016/2017 Financial Year.
07:36
07:36

Banks Restructured Loans Worth UGX 6.7 Trillion Due to Covid-19 -Report Bank of Uganda 1

Bank of Uganda in April 2020 granted permission to all banking institutions to provide credit relief through the restructuring of loans of both corporate and individual customers who were or would be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
19:41
19:41

Banks, Borrowers Seek Elusive Solution to High Interest Rates 5

Keith Jefferis, the Senior Advisor to the Botswana Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, says operational costs in Uganda account for 60% of the expenses of banks compared 40% in other countries, and this contributes to the high lending rates in Uganda.

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