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20:44
20:44

After a Quiet Day, NUP Hopes Demonstrations Will Pick Up 4 1

Although the demonstrations were supposed to kick off today, across the country, there was not so much activity in major towns, yet still, no NUP leaders were seen demonstrating.
20:27
20:27

COVID-19 Vaccination Kicks Off in Uganda MINISTRY OF HEALTH 4 1

Uganda is planning to vaccinate 22 million people in a phased manner using the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. The country has so received 964,000 vaccines some of which, according to the health ministry, have already been transported to all designated facilities by the National Medical Stores.
20:10
20:10

Stock Market Regulator to Pocket UGX 1bn from MTN Listing MTN Uganda 1 1

Agule County MP Francis Mukula had asked Kalyegira to explain the funding gaps that the authority is experiencing. In his explanation, Kalyegira pointed out that the authority only has an annual budget of 6.1 billion Shillings, but expects to increase that to 7.25 billion Shillings in the next financial year 2021/2022 following the listing of one telecom company.
18:49
18:49

Amuru District Registers Low Turn Up of Primary Six Pupils 1 1

Before the closure of schools, the district had registered a total of 3,189 primary six pupils. However following the resumption of lessons only 1,810 pupils have reported to the school.
18:35
18:35

486 Health Workers in Amuru Registered for COVID -19 Vaccine Amuru district 1 1

Dr Patrick Odong Olwedo, the Amuru District Health Officer says that 486 health workers registered for the vaccines include nurses, midwives, medical officers and doctors working in the various health facilities in the district both privately and government-owned.
18:25
18:25

Kwania District Health Educator, Wife Remanded over Theft of Government Drugs 1

Thomas Samfan Omara, who is also a clinical officer attached to Aduku Health Center IV and his wife Hellen Auma, a midwife attached to Morning Side Medicine Clinic in Aduku Town Council, were remanded on Wednesday by Aduku Grade one Magistrate Molly Alice Adong.
17:38
17:38

Police Partners with NGO to Pilot Digital Storage of Case Files 3 1

The Rwenzori West regional police spokesperson, Vincent Twesige, said that the manual storage of files has been a challenge to them for long. He said some people give up on their cases and criticize police because their files get mixed up and delay the justice system while others disappear completely.
17:36
17:36

With Nowhere to Go, Cancer Patients Sleep in the Cold Like Guards 5 1 Top story

A large number of these patients come from faraway villages and town, and do not have enough savings at their disposal. As a result, some of these outpatients and their families have to live and sleep in the cold on hospital verandas like security guards.
17:16
17:16

Suspected African Swine Fever Kills Over 30 Pigs in Gulu 1

Geoffrey Okot, a piggery farmer at Pagik Parish says that the disease was first detected in late February but has since escalated and killed over 30 pigs in his neighbourhood including his within four days.
13:50
13:50

Amuru Authorities Appeal for more COVID-19 Vaccines MInistry of Health 2

Amuru district currently has a total of 486 health workers, at least 1200 teachers and at least 30,000 elderly people. These categories have been classified as the priority group to receive the vaccines.
13:03
13:03

What NRM Looks for When Choosing Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah 4 2 Top story

According to Mike Mukula, the Eastern NRM Regional Vice-chairperson says the CEC mostly considers loyalty and interest of the party when picking a Speaker. He says this is what determines who will work in consideration of the interests of the appointing authority.
12:02
12:02

Masaka Muslim District Chairperson Resigns As Suspended Kadhi Holds Onto Office 1 1

Lubowa argues that they are fed up with the endless disputes under the leadership of Sheikh Bagunduuse, who they accuse of incompetence and failure to build unity among the local Muslim community.
11:24
11:24

Passenger Dies Aboard Nile Star Bus heart attack 2 3

Abdulatif Atiko, an employee of Nile star Bus Company, says when the bus stopped for a break mid-way through the journey in Pakwach district, the deceased got out for a short call and collapsed in the toilet.
11:10
11:10

Early Rainfall Raises Hope Among Farmers in Acholi Sub Region Capable Uganda 3 1

The seasonal weather information obtained from the Weather Information and Dissemination System (WIDS), an Application developed by Makerere University and Uganda Meteorological Authority (UNMA) to forecast weather indicates that near normal rainfall is expected over the Northern and Eastern Northern Regions.
11:04
11:04

Excitement as Karuhemba Health Centre is Elevated 1

The 563 Million Shillings facility will now serve more than 50,000 residents from Kebision sub- County, Kebisoni town council, Buyanja sub- County, Buyanja town council and some parts of It Ntungamo district.
10:34
10:34

Hundreds Displaced in Tororo as Heavy Rains Ravage Houses, Crop Gardens 2 3

Proscovia Kungere, a resident of Mile trading center and one of those whose house was blown by the wind, says that she has taken refuge at her mother’s home together with her two children.
07:48
07:48

Former Ihunga Polytechnic Pincipal In Trouble Over Financial Impropriety 1

Fredrick Oketch, the Western Region Inspectorate of Officer, says that during his tenure as Principal of Ihunga Polytechnic Institute, Kasaza requested for Shillings 20 million to buy training materials for students, which he didn’t do. He reportedly obtained false receipts, which he used to account for the money.
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