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Mak Don Returns ‘Humble Man’ 3 1 Top story

According to Niwagaba, he was wrongly dismissed since the student in question had graduated. He however says the university system denied him a chance to prove his innocence leaving him one option of seeking redress from courts of law.
17:34
17:34

70 Percent of Ambulances in Uganda Lack Equipment, Trained Staff - Survey MOH 1 1

Findings from the study shows that many of the ambulances used in the country do not have emergency equipment or medicine such as pain medication, vital signs monitors, an electrocardiogram (ECG) machine, a defibrillator or an intubation set used to clear blocked airways, Tranexami acid that prevents excessive bleeding caused by trauma like an accident. In addition to this, things like non-breather face masks needed to assist breathing are not present
13:58
13:58

Salon Operators in Rukungiri Storm RDC’s Office Dan Kaguta

The over 116 operators complained about the unfair distribution of relief food though they were also named as a vulnerable group by the President at the time he announced a nationwide lockdown as a way of crumbling down the spread of the corona virus disease in the county.
17:09
17:09

UNRA Starts Repairs of Docking Piers 2 5

Allan Ssempebwa Kyobe, the UNRA Spokesperson says that the works will be completed at the end of August. “The landing sites were low lying that is why they got submerged and now we need to pile more stones and other materials to raise the docking areas,” Ssempebwa says.

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19:16
19:16

Pictorial: Parliament Inter-denominational Prayers COVID-19 Pandemic

Parliament on Thursday convened Inter-denominational prayers marking the beginning of the Fifth and last Session of the Tenth Parliament under the theme “For When I am Weak, then I am Strong” derived from 2 Corinthians 12:10. Three Parliament Chaplains including the Anglican Chaplain Rev. Canon Christine Shimanya, the Catholic Chaplain Rev. Fr. Ponsiano Kawesa and the Imam of Parliament Al-hajj Adbulatif Ssebagala led the prayers in which legislators prayed for peaceful 2021 general election and the end to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Business and finance

17:16
17:16

KACITA Mobilises Arcade Operators to Reopen 1 1 Top story

Evaristo Kayondo, the Chairperson KACITA, says that they decided to take a bold step to reopen the arcade since government hasn’t heeded to their ultimatum.
16:56
16:56

Bweyogerere-Bukasa Stage Chairperson Arrested for Attempted Suicide

Patrick Onyango, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, says Bogere staged in front of City Hall with a five liter jerrycan of petrol and match box with intentions of setting himself ablaze to protest a ban by Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA on taxis without route charts on Burton Street.
13:58
13:58

Salon Operators in Rukungiri Storm RDC’s Office Dan Kaguta

The over 116 operators complained about the unfair distribution of relief food though they were also named as a vulnerable group by the President at the time he announced a nationwide lockdown as a way of crumbling down the spread of the corona virus disease in the county.
13:51
13:51

No Relief As Electricity Charges Remain Unchanged 1

ERA announced today that between July and September 2020, ordinary Ugandans classified as domestic users will pay 750.9 Shillings per unit of electricity they use. This is the same price as what Ugandans paid between April and June 2020.

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