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12:32
12:32

How Taekwondo Has Given Second Chance To Youth In Kitgum Kitgum Municipality 5 1 Top story

“If it wasn’t for the Taekwondo training and mentorship from the instructor, I wouldn’t have gone back to school and been able to reach where I am now,” he says.
11:09
11:09

TASO Sets Up ARV Drugs Distribution Points in Acholi stigma 1

At least 87 distribution points have been created in the eight districts of the Acholi Sub Region to enable the patients access treatment during the lockdown.
17:23
17:23

CoU and GoU Hospitals Charging Patients for Free Government Test Kits 3 1

Mukono CoU charges 40, 000 Shilling and the Mukono General Hospital charges 20, 000 Shillings per patient for the free kits that the government has supplied in order to decongest and speed up the process of identifying the positive infected persons.
13:26
13:26

Security Will Never End Cattle Rustling in Karamoja-Bishop 1 Top story

“Government collects guns but at the same time the same people who give these guns get more guns how can this be managed by the forces?” he asked. Bishop Abura, who hails from Karamoja region, says that it is high time for the people of Karamoja to stop violent means of acquiring wealth and embark on peaceful means to acquire wealth.

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08:28
08:28

Pictorial: Burial of Obudingiya Bwa Bwamba Queen Mother

Nansolia was born in January 1932 in Bubandi Sub County, Bundibugyo District to the late Erinest Kitika and Jorolina Nasisiliya.

Business and finance

14:56
14:56

Apac Residents Decry Delayed USMID Road Works 2 1

In February 2020, Apac Municipality received 487 Million Shillings for the construction of the two roads in the municipality which was supposed to start in March this year and end in June.
14:07
14:07

Dry Spell Sparks Hunger Concerns among Otuke Farmers prolonged dry spell 2 4

Bonny Ocen, the District Agricultural Officer advised the farmers to think of planting fast maturing crops especially the improved variety in order to avert the looming famine.
12:40
12:40

Traders in Jinja City Protest Closure of Shops business 6 2

Security personnel comprised of both police and UPDF on Monday afternoon closed down shops whose owners had resolved to operate normally, despite the presidential directive to temporarily close some businesses.
11:25
11:25

COVID-19: Panic as Kwania Run Short of PPE, Eight Health Workers Test Positive Ministry of Health 1 2 Top story

The district registered 59 cases in the past three weeks, including eight health workers that were all referred to Lira Regional Referral hospital for treatment raising fear among the frontline health workers.

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