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13:48
13:48

Two Arrested As Relatives, Wives of NUP Detained Supporters Lead Peaceful Protest NUP supporters 3

"Our husbands are rotting in jail for supporting Kyagulanyi. Why make us suffer? Most of us have been kicked out of our homes because of rent arrears. Our children have not reported to schools. Why? She asked. The protesters who carried placards sang songs demanding the release of the suspects and they marched from Kamwokya to the city center.
11:37
11:37

12 Warriors Arrested in Connection With Attack in Moroto Municipality

Simon Lokol one of the residents in Moroto Municipality said living in Moroto Municipality has become insecure compare to ten years back when people used to sleep in their homes even when the doors are opened.
11:08
11:08

Karamojong Mother Stranded with Triplets

Maria, whose husband is a former cattle rustler and is now broke, told journalists who visited her that without the help of doctors and nurses who gave her some soap she didn’t know where to get those items from.
19:13
19:13

Brokers Hijack NIRA Processes, Making Millions in Bribes National ID 2

Although the process of registering for a national ID is supposed to be simple and straight forward, several Ugandans try to avoid the processes and opt for the services of brokers who offer to get all the papers signed and filed by NIRA staff and set an appointment for recording biodata. Each applicant who seeks the service of a broker pays not less than 50,000 Shillings.

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07:51
07:51

Pictorial: Christians Congregate to Celebrate Easter Easter sunday 2021 Top story

Key among the celebrants at St. Paul’s Cathedral, Namirembe included the Nnabagereka of Buganda, Sylvia Nagginda, the Speaker of the Buganda Lukiiko, Patrick Luwagga Mugumbule and Rubaga Division Mayor, Joyce Nabbosa Ssebuggwawo.

Business and finance

12:33
12:33

Uganda's Economy has Grown Faster than Earlier Projected - BOU

The Governor Emanuel Tumusiime Mutebile, says in a BOU statement, a high degree of uncertainty surrounds economic outlook, with many possible risks, with the main downside risk still being the coronavirus and possible variants.
11:59
11:59

Brisk Tomato Business Amidst Scarcity In Busia 2 3

The price of one full box has been hiked from 200,000 shillings to 400,000 shillings, while a full basin of tomatoes is currently at 60,000 shillings from previous price which was 20,000 shillings.
11:19
11:19

Former LRA Abductees Trained in Fish Farming Gulu Archdiocese 3 7

The beneficiaries include child mothers, widows, former abductees and youth aged between 15 and 35 years from the various districts of Acholi and parts of Lango Sub Regions both literate and illiterate.
10:45
10:45

Uganda Musicians Association Meets Rejection by Acholi Musicians 4

Cinderela Sanyu, the President of Uganda Musicians Associations says the aim of registering all the musicians in the country is not just to benefit from the COVID-19 recovery money from government but to among others form a musicians SACCO, lobby for an arts ministry, access to visas among others.

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