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17:52

Nabweru Woman Burns to Death 1

The Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire identifies the deceased as 71-year-old Joyce Akiiki Kagusuru, a resident of Nabweru Parish in Nansana Municipality.
10:07
10:07

The Struggle to Return Home; Scientist Shares Agonizing Tale 4

Dr Andrew Obuku left Cleveland, Ohio on March 21. At 7 a.m. the next day, he was in Addis Ababa, waiting for a connecting flight which was due at 10 a.m. However, Ethiopian Airlines rescheduled the flight to 23; 45 p.m. After more than 12 hours of waiting, the same flight was cancelled.
10:01
10:01

Police Post Facing Eviction Over Rent Arrears Uganda Police Force 4

According to Nabakooza, the officers have been using the excuse of the Covid19 pandemic for the delayed payment of rent.
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21:26

Taskforce Suspects Hidden Motive by Patients Exposing COVID-19 Ward Shortfalls 3 1

An asymptomatic female COVID-19 patient undergoing treatment at the hospital lost her cool on Sunday and recorded a video bemoaning the unconducive situation at the ward, which she says isn’t appropriate for patients.

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17:16

Pictorial: Launch of Arua City Ben Kumumanya

The event was officially presided over by the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Local Government Ben Kumumanya

Business and finance

11:24
11:24

Non-Performing Loans Jump to UGX 783billion – BOU Bank of Uganda 1

This trend, BOU says, has been observed since March 2019, a year before the coronavirus troubles came in. This means long before lockdown, many businesses and individuals were struggling to thrive.
07:37
07:37

500 Market Vendors in Gulu City Face Eviction Cerelendo Market, 3 1

Last month, Gilbert Oloya, the Assistant Town Clerk of the Division wrote a letter to the vendors directing them to vacate the land for a handover to take place on 3rd July.
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20:47

Parliament Discussed Loans Worth UGX 2.5 Trillion in June irrigation 2

The 10 loan requests were introduced by the Ministry of Finance to Parliament in the month of June alone. They came just a month after Parliament approved another 2.9 trillion Shillings to mitigate the effects of COVID-19.
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20:00

Fort Portal Roads Project Stalls Due to Lack of Funds Richard Rwabuhinga 1 1

Robert Mutunzi, who owns a consultancy firm along Ruhandiika Street, said that dust has spoilt most of his equipment especially the computers.

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