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20:11
20:11

Appellant Court Opens Criminal Session in Arua 3 4

In a public engagement prior to starting of the session today, Justices Christopher Izama Madrama, Kenneth Kakuru and Ezekiel Muhanguzi urged the public to understand their right of appeal in the courts of law.
19:11
19:11

Suspected Robber Freed Due to Sickness of Key Witness motorcycle 1

Prosecution led by Barbara kemigisha today, asked court to halt proceedings of the case on ground that the main witness in the case who is the Investigating officers detective Assistant Inspector of Police Didas Turyahabwe was bedridden with no hope of his recovery soon.
19:08
19:08

Govt Secures Ugx 1.3 trillion for Infrastructure Development

Under the project, urban transportation terminals for buses, lorry parks and market stalls for vendors will be built alongside urban solid and liquid waste management systems, drainage and storm water management systems.
18:49
18:49

MPs Seek Probe into Torture in Remand Homes naguru 3

The committee visited Naguru Remand Home ahead of the Universal Childrens Day, celebrated on November 20, each year, to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving childrens welfare.
18:15
18:15

Grandson to First Singo Chief Questioned Over Land Sale 3

Ssendikwanawa insisted that the few Bibanja holders who attended the meeting were informed of the suggestion to buy their interests, adding that some Bibanja holders were even able to buy their interests.
17:56
17:56

Alur, Acholi Hit Back at Bagungu Over Tilenga Oil Project cnooc uganda 2 1

Anthony Odia, elder in Nwoya warns the Bagungu against tribal sentiments saying they could spark off conflicts.
17:39
17:39

Suspects Pleads Guilty to Defilement, Blames Poor Upbringing mulago hospital 1

As a result, police picked up Kibuuka the next day and took the victim to Mulago Hospital for medical examination. A report issued by Dr. Sam Karungi, a police Pathologist showed that the victims hymen had raptures and bruise in her private parts.
17:08
17:08

Lango Journalists, Activists Demands Unconditional Re-opening of Unity FM social media 3 1 Top story

Isa Otto Amiza, the former Oyam South Member of Parliament and local activist in Lira town describes the closure of the station as illegal.
16:35
16:35

Rwenzururu Kingdom Suspends Peace Meetings 2

Mbayahi says the Kingdom officials have used a lot of resources in terms of finance, expertise, intellect and time in the hope that their advice would be taken in so that peace can prevail in Kasese in the last two years in vain.
15:38
15:38

Tullow-Total Farm-Down Pushed To December ministery of energy 1

Tullow Plc the parent company to Tullow Operations Uganda says the conclusion of the farm-down will contribute 200m to its expected 700 million cash flow by end of the year.
15:28
15:28

One Injured, Three Arrested in Gulu Power Protest 1 5

The municipality has been experiencing intermittent power supply for the past five years. According to residents, supply is often disconnected for as long as 12-hours, a trend which has destabilized businesses and forced some factories to relocate.
15:15
15:15

Two Asian Traders Charged With Murder asian community 1

The two suspects identified as Vayas Fravey and Madmay Gaga, both cotton traders with Meenay Cotton Ltd at Odokomit Ginnery in Lira town appeared before Grade One court presided over by Igga Adiru on Monday.
14:39
14:39

Lubiri Student Missing For 3 Weeks luke owoyesigyire 1 1

One of Nakazis classmates, who was questioned by detectives from Old Kampala Police station, says she last saw the missing student walking to a waiting vehicle outside the school on October 30th 2018.
13:53
13:53

Cheptegei, Kiplimo Shine In Europe netherlands 1

Ugandas star athletes Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei and Jacob Kiplimo were in good form on Sunday as they won races in Netherlands and Spain respectively.
12:57
12:57

Police Plans to Recruit More 1000 Officers in 2019 resolution 1

The force is expected to conduct a mini recruitment exercise to fill the vacant positions. A reliable source privy to the discussions of PAC told URN that the decision to only recruit the 1000 officers is based on the current backlog of freshly recruited officers and policemen who have yet to be passed out and deployed.
12:35
12:35

KCCA Launches Traffic Control Centre 5 1 Top story

Kampala Capital City Authority KCCA Executive Director, Jennifer Semakula Musisi says the traffic control centre will be correcting defaults at junctions such as failure of lights. She said KCCA is planning to scale up number of monitored junctions to 75 in the coming years under World Bank, Japan International Cooperation and Africa Development Bank funded projects.
10:51
10:51

Gulu Power Consumers Protest Outages

The municipality has been experiencing the power outage for the past five years. The power often goes off and sometimes takes about 12 hours before it returns. The power outages have destabilized business especially in the industrial areas forcing some factories to relocate.
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