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19:20
19:20

Inside Uganda’s Mobile Phones, Laptops Assembly Plant 8 Top story

When the signal is working fine, the phone enters an enclosed room where it is dusted using pressurized cylinder to ensure that no dust is trapped inside especially onto the screen.
18:20
18:20

Pictorial:Floods Hit Mbale District Bujoroto 18 Top story

Floods were triggered by heavy rains that started at around 4:00PM on Friday till Saturday morning.
17:59
17:59

Floods Displace Hundreds in Mbale Northern Division 6 3 Top story

The affected villages include Natondome, Mabanga and Nashihaso in Bungokho sub county, Namabasa Zone 4 Lower and 3 Upper in Namabasa sub county and Busamaga, Nabijjo villages, Namazo cell and shende cell in Wanale Division Namatala in industrial Division among other areas.
14:40
14:40

Elephants Destroy 111 Acres of Crops in Orom Sub County 3 1 Top story

Denis Ojara Severino, the local chairperson for Tikao village also told URN that his area has equally suffered with about 40 acres of crops including sim sim, beans and pumpkins stamped on by the elephants or eaten.
14:31
14:31

We Have no Working Relationship With FDC-Gen Muntu Democratic Party 4

The ANT National Coordinator and Founder Gen. Mugisha Muntu told journalists at their offices during an induction training of party coordinators in Buganda that they share all their programs with all forces of change with the exception of FDC.
13:49
13:49

Uproar as Police Council Appoints Nine Senior Officers to Exodus SACCO AIGP Asan Kasingye 1 Top story

On Monday this week, the Chief Police Commissar Uganda Police Force- CPC, Asan Kasingye, said the top police leadership had resolved to restructure the management of the SACCO due to scandals. The Police SACCO has for long been surrounded by controversy, ranging from allegations of improper accountability to members’ failure to have timely access to their savings.
12:20
12:20

Nansana-Taxi Drivers Block Hoima Road wakiso district 2

Kevin Mubiru Masanyalaze, the chairperson Nansana Municipal Taxi Park alleges that drivers from Namungoona stage parked their taxis near the park, which is affecting their operatio
12:11
12:11

Nakapelimoru Army SS Students involved In Road Accident

The students were traveling aboard a UPDF truck to Kotido town for holidays but it overturned while negotiating a corner less than 2 kilometers from Nakapelimoru Army Senior Secondary School along Kotido-Moroto Road on Friday evening.
11:15
11:15

Pictorial: Inside Government Cotton Farm in Orom-Tikao Prisons 24 1 Top story

Johnson Byabashaija, the Commissioner General Prison Services, says that the farm is the biggest in the country and dwells on the 430 male convicted inmates as its major source of labor force.
10:45
10:45

Leaders Want PPDA Act Translated into Runyankole Polly Muyambi 3 1 Top story

Mbarara District LC V Chairperson, Rt. Captain Tumusiime Bamuturaki, says the failure by residents to understand the act makes it hard for them to question the procedures and hold duty bearers accountable.
10:25
10:25

Installation of 500 Solar Street Lights Kicks Off in Gulu Town 1 2 Top story

Terrence Odonga, the Gulu Municipal Engineer told URN in an interview that the installation of the solar street lights is being done by Mesco Limited. Odonga says the work that kicked off on November 14th, 2019 with the setting of bases for the solar street light poles will take four months.
10:02
10:02

State of Muslim Founded Schools Irks Prince Kassim Nakibinge scholastic material 4 2 Top story

Prince Nakibinge noted that although each institution has its own challenges, but those that are performing well can intervene and help those that haven’t made it to their level.
09:08
09:08

Government Launches Cotton Farm in Kitgum 4 1 Top story

Johnson Byabashaija, the Commissioner General of Uganda Prisons, said President Museveni gave Uganda Prisons services a target of 44,000 acres of cotton to revive the textile industry. He explained that in the first season of 2016 they produced 261 acres of cotton as a pilot and in the second season produced 2,359 acres and in 2018 they planted 4,600 acres of cotton respectively.
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