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07:56
07:56

Nancy Kalembe Promises Reparations for LRA War Victims 3 1

Kalembe, who, since Tuesday has been meeting small groups of people in Acholi to back up her bid for President in 2021 polls was appalled by the tales of the two-decade long armed rebellion in Northern Uganda.
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Lawyer Abudallah Kiwanuka Spends Night in Police Cells Over Kyagulanyi Protests Mukono North County 3 1 Top story

His Lawyer Naimah Kasasa says police first charged her client on Tuesday for participating in Kyagulanyi’s procession contrary to the COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures, which was quashed by the Resident State Attorney.
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.
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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.

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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

07:43
07:43

Gov't Extends Face Technologies Contract driving permits 2

The Spokesperson at the ministry, Susan Kataike said that Face Technologies will continue issuing the permits starting Monday, to give time to the new contractor to take over on March 1, 2021.
07:42
07:42

KCCA to Unveil Old Taxi Park Before Festive Season Taxi operators 2 2 Top story

Eng. David Luymbazi, KCCA Deputy Executive Director told URN that they are very optimistic that the contractor will complete the work a week towards Christmas.
18:50
18:50

Poaching in Game Parks Reduced After Covid-19 Lockdown - UWA Wildlife 2

While there are persons who engage in poaching and wildlife trade as their main activity, though illegal, the lockdown is said to have forced many others to join the practice for survival as they no longer had access to their jobs.
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.

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