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15:10
15:10

Motorcyclist Commits Suicide In Masaka Traffic Office UGanda Police Force 1 3 Top story

According to preliminary information, Walugembe had gone to the police station to follow up on his motorcycle registration number UEF 145L that was impounded on Monday this week during the night time curfew.
15:51
15:51

Covid-19 Patients at Masaka Hospital Protest Poor Living Conditions 3

The patients also recorded videos, in which they accused the hospital management of failure to care for them, lamping them together with new patients and feeding them poorly.
11:40
11:40

Health Ministry Lifts Movement Restrictions on Gulu District Ministry of Health 2 1

A 14-day lockdown had been imposed on Gulu, after a pronouncement by President Yoweri Museveni to maintain restrictions on areas that had evidence of community transmissions of the virus. At the time, there were 43 active cases of COVID-19 undergoing treatment at Gulu Regional Referral Hospital.
11:35
11:35

Family Pins LDU Personnel for Torturing their Relative to Death 4 5

Preliminary information indicates that Kawuka was arrested by LDUs on June 20, 2020, for violating the night-time curfew, which runs from 7 00 p.m to 6:30 am.

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10:47
10:47

Pictorial: New Cities Launched in Jinja

The newly created cities are include Arua, Gulu, Jinja, Mbarara, Fort Portal, Masaka and Mbale.

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12:48
12:48

Pictorial: Traffic Disrupted As Water Pipe Bursts on Yusuf Lule Road 28

Engineer Francis Bbaale from NWSC says the pipe bursts are mainly caused by too much water pressure which increases especially in the night when people are not using water
12:24
12:24

Water Pipe Bursts, Disrupts Traffic on Yusuf Lule Road 2 3

Pedestrians and motorists scampered to find alternative routes as water gushed massively from the damaged pipe.
09:41
09:41

Traders Count Losses as Thugs Break Into 17 Shops 1

David Ocira, the Amuru Sub County LC 3 Chairperson told URN that they suspect that the thugs used master keys to open the padlocks on the 17 shops. He disclosed traders in Tedi and Okungedi trading centers also suffered a similar fate sometime back and the suspects are yet to be apprehended.
07:26
07:26

No Money to Pay South Sudan Traders-Kasaija juba crisis 3 1

Appearing on Wednesday to explain about the delay of payment of the traders, Kasaija said Government did not have money to pay the traders because it had deferred several other payments due to lack of money in the COVID-10 crisis.

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