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13:58

Turkana Adopts Uganda’s Approach to Dam Construction 1

Moses Kizige, the Ugandan State Minister for Karamoja affairs told the Turkana leaders to inform their pastoralists that Uganda dose not want armed pastoralists.
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13:31

UCE Candidates in Gulu Bothered by Failure to Complete Syllabus COVID-19 pandemic. 3 1

Irene Mwaka, the Headteacher of Gulu Senior Secondary School acknowledges that the period after the reopening of schools couldn’t allow for completion of the O'level syllabus but maintains that teachers did their best to prepare the finalists amidst the COVID-19 uncertainties.
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12:45

LDU Shoots Himself in Agago District 1

Sources privy to the incident disclosed to URN that Otim’s attempt to end his life could be a result of frustration after failing to make it among LDU’s being integrated into the mainstream Uganda People’s Defence Forces-UPDF.
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10:37

Kireka Family Loses Hope After A Month of Searching for Missing Child 3 1

According to Tumwebabaze, on that day, she left the minor in the house watching television and took her car to the nearby washing bay for cleaning as usual. Tumwebabaze says that she returned home in a space of fewer than 30 minutes only to find her grandchild missing.

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Pictorial: Pedestrians, Motorists Compete for Space on Non-Motorised Transport Corridor Top story

The Non-Motorized Transport Corridor-NMT, which is the first of its kind in Kampala and funded by the government is meant to reduce congestion by giving leeway to pedestrians and cyclists.

Business and finance

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14:32

Farmers Willing to Cost-Share On Vaccines With Gov't, As Quarantine Hits Milk Supplies 5 1

Apophia Nayebare, a milk trader in Kampala, says if they increase the price of the milk beyond Shs1,400 per liter, they risk losing their customers, yet the margin is very small, less than Shs 100, before deducting other expenses.
13:58
13:58

MP Othieno Tables Bill Seeking to Regulate Real Estate Agents 2 1

MP Richard Othieno told parliament that the Bill seeks to regulate the sector were most real estate agents make money through commission for services rendered in sale and purchase of properties. Okoth observed that although Parliament passed the Landlord and Tenants Act in 2019, the Real Estate Agents were left out unregulated. He says that the absence of the law to govern the operation of the real estate’s agents predisposes unsuspected sellers and buyers of property to some unscrupulous real estate agents. Othieno says that the Bill will streamline and aid the real estate growth in the country.
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13:53

38 Motorcycles Stolen in Gulu City in Two Months 1 1

George Teka-kwo, the Head of Enforcement under Gulu City Boda Boda Motorcycle Association, says some of the riders lost the motorcycles to robbers at night while others were tricked by thieves pretending to be customers.
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09:50

Another Mobile Money Agent Shot Dead in Fort Portal 1 Top story

According to the Rwenzori West Police Spokesperson, Vincent Twesige, Rayan Kaahwa aged 29, was shot from his mobile money shop in Futi Butangwa cell, Butebe Ward, North Division Fort Portal City.

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