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11:46
11:46

Man Remanded For January Armed Car Robbery in Kajjansi 1

Three expert witnesses led by D'Sgt William Iggama, also pinned Kaweesi whom they say was found with the victim's car in Ndeeba just after it had been robbed.
14:59
14:59

Bishop Wants All Girls Who Got Pregnant Back In School 2

According to Bishop Kitara, the girls are just victims of circumstances and should not be allowed to carry any blame or burden of their pregnancy, but instead blame should be placed on other stakeholders including the church, parents and leaders.
14:10
14:10

Gulu Hospital Accumulates UGX 260M Debt For Covid19 Patient Food COVID 19 1 1

Dr. James Elima, the l Director Gulu Regional Referral Hospital, says they haven’t paid food suppliers for four months. He says the situation has forced them to suspend providing breakfast to patients and cut down on the meals from three to one each day.
13:09
13:09

Police Brokers Refugees, Hosts Peace Talks After Deadly Attacks

Senior Superintendent of Police Richard Okullu says they received an intelligence report of a planned revenge attack by refugees on the host communities, a reason that informed the reconciliation meeting

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07:32
07:32

Pictorial; Tear Gas, Heavy Deployment in Hima NRM Polls NRM primaries 4

There was a heated contest between the incumbent, John Katura Musana and his sole rival Tom Maate Wa’bukombi. The election was characterised by heavy security deployment in the town council because of the high tension between supporters of the rival camp.

Business and finance

05:49
05:49

Besigye Ridicules Homeschooling Program education system 2 1

Besigye said that it is a mistake, first of all, to think that the homeschooling program can yield results in Uganda. He also expressed worry that private schools can be left to 'die' under the guise that government schools will cover the gap.
05:17
05:17

Long Wait for Buhweju Miners as Mubende Peers Get Licenses illegal mining 3

In Mubende, artisanal miners evicted in 2017 have slowly been allowed to resume operations after the government agreed to grant licenses to organized groups. Their counterparts in Buhweju now say they do not know why their activities remain banned yet there is a lot of illegal mining and export of various minerals including gold and wolfram.
18:47
18:47

COVID-19: NSSF Interest May Dip to Single Digit interest rate 2

Despite calls on government and parliament to force NSSF to allow savers access their benefits prematurely, members who are already qualified to withdraw were cautious and did not touch theirs!
17:23
17:23

Sorry State of Bwankosa Road Irks Kabale Residents 5 1

Sam Muhwezi, a Boda boda rider operating at Kabale Abattoir junction, says he fell in a trench on Friday last week as he tried to dodge a pothole and the 50 kg of maize flour he was carrying fell in stagnant water.

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