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15:35
15:35

Police Fails to Trace Seven Ugandans Reported Missing after Arrest 2 1

They include; George Kasumba, Agnes Nabwera, Sarah Nanyanzi, Mathew Kigozi, Mathew Kafeero Ibrahim Chekedi and John Damulira. The victims were reportedly picked up by security operatives from areas within Kampala, Greater Masaka, and Mukono during the 2020 campaign period.
13:28
13:28

Activists Want Women at the Forefront of Parish Development Model 4

The program is a new strategy designed to improve household incomes and lift Ugandans out of the subsistence economy to the money economy.
14:23
14:23

Muhoozi’s Birthday Parties, Tweets an Attempt to Overthrow Constitution – Prof Oloka Paul Kagame 1 2

With specific reference to Article 208 (2) of the Constitution, Prof Oloka illustrated that the UPDF shall be nonpartisan, national in character, patriotic, professional, and discipline among others which Muhoozi has already defied.
12:52
12:52

Parliament's Impotence, Failure to Question Unaccounted UGX3.25Tr Upsets Academics, CSOs 1995 Constitution 1 5

Prof Joe Oloka Onyango, a Law Don from Makerere University pointed out that the 1995 Constitution exclusively empowers Parliament to make laws on matters of the peace, order, development and democratic governance which regrettably the House has lost firm grip of.

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07:44
07:44

Pictorial: Anglican Martyrs’ Site Under Redevelopment Top story

According to the building plan, the church intends to set up a 10,000 seater infrastructure. They will later construct extension terraces going up to the existing museum structure to provide enough space for pilgrims who flock to the place.

Business and finance

16:31
16:31

Moroto Vendors Have Two Weeks to Occupy or Lose Empty Lockups 1 3

Yosam Muhinya Ntarwete, the market master says that they successfully allocated all the lockups to the vendors who applied for them but unfortunately, they have taken a backseat rendering the facility idle.
13:55
13:55

Politics, Poor Communication Obstruct Okuti International Border Market 7

Okuti is one of the six border markets identified by the government in 2011 to be upgraded into international border markets under the Common Market for East and Southern African (COMESA) policy to promote regional trade. The others markets are Katuna in Kabale, Elegu in Amuru, Mutukula in Rakai, Malaba in Busia and Bwera in Kasese district.
13:28
13:28

Activists Want Women at the Forefront of Parish Development Model 4

The program is a new strategy designed to improve household incomes and lift Ugandans out of the subsistence economy to the money economy.
11:15
11:15

Works Ministry Cannot Enforce Standards of Locally Fabricated, Modified Buses 1 5 Top story

The majority of buses on Ugandan roads are lorries or trucks whose chassis have been converted into buses. Although the majority of this alteration is done in Kenya, a few Ugandans have also started the craft.

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