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16:52
16:52

Natural Resource Departments Have no Funds to Monitor Pipeline Project 4 1

According to Godfrey Mutemba, the Lwengo District Natural Resources Officer, their departments don’t have a vote within the EACOP budget and are as such, incapable of following up on environment-related concerns that were indicated in the Environment Impact Assessment report.
16:43
16:43

Police Constable Shot Dead in Gulu City 1

David Ongom Mudong, the Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson told URN in an interview that the deceased who was in uniform and armed with his gun Ak47 Registration number 56-5827712-32506 with 30 rounds of ammunition was shot four bullets in the chest, lower abdomen, arm and leg.
14:14
14:14

Police Pursue Couple Over Aunt's Killing 1

It is reported that on Wednesday night, the deceased identified as Carla Adul had a quarrel with her nephew's wife called Lakot over a water bucket belonging to the deceased. In the fight, the old woman sustained the fatal wound on her head.
11:11
11:11

Acholi Muslim Districts Lose 2,800 Acres of Land to Encroachers Amuru District 3 1

Sheik Khelil says that their institutional land was abandoned by the Muslims when Amin's government was toppled, and many of them went into exile for fear of political persecution by the UPC government led by Apollo Milton Obote.

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08:59
08:59

Pictorial: Head of States Arrive for Museveni's Swearing-in Ceremony

The Presidents included Salva Kiir of South Sudan, Ethiopia’s Sahle Worke Zewde and Alpha Conde of Guinea. Others were Felix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Evariste Ndayishimiye of Burundi, and Hage Geingob of Namibia. The Presidents were received by ministers, officials from foreign affairs at Entebbe International Airport.

Business and finance

16:30
16:30

Uganda's Economy Projected to Grow By 3.1%- Kasaija 3 1

Before the outbreak of COVID-19, the government had projected the economy to grow by 6.3 per cent, but this was disrupted when Uganda and its trading partners shut down their economies, virtually halting most of the economic activities.
16:04
16:04

Ndayishimiye woos Ugandans to Invest and Trade with Burundi

President Ndayishimiye made the remarks after a tour of the new state-of-the-art Picfare Industries plant in Kampala Industrial and Business Park, Namanve, where he was shown products ranging from scholastic materials to apparels.
15:20
15:20

Finance Ministry Allays Fear of New $900 Million IMF Loan 3 1

According to government projections, debt will exceed the 50 percent Debt to GDP ratio in the 2021/22 financial year to reach 51.9 percent and then decrease to about 51.2 percent in FY22/23 and further decrease to 49.9 percent in FY 2023/24.
12:44
12:44

FID for Oil and Gas in Uganda: What It Is/Is Not

“So FID is a series of actions that basically ensure the projects are sanctioned for execution, it's never a one event or a contract that is signed. With the signing of the contracts that was done on the 11th, the projects have really been sanctioned," the Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs Officer at the Uganda National Oil Company, Peter Muliisa clarified. "You will soon see Parties committing to spending by grant of contracts to subcontractors.”

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