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18:52
18:52

Police Sets Up Team to Determine Retention of SPCs 1 3

According to the Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga, the team comprising the Directorate of Human Resource and Administration, the Directorate of Operations and the Department of Finance will assess the police wage bill before coming up with the exact number of SPCs to be retained.
17:54
17:54

900 to Get Free Electricity Connection in Gulu and Kitgum 2 1

Jonan Kiiza, the Head of Communications at Uganda Electricity Distribution Company Limited revealed that the government procured 2,000 under the free electricity connection policy and that the meters are undergoing quality test for certification at Uganda National Bureau of Standards and that more meters shall be procured.
17:19
17:19

NUP Paying Medical Bills of 44 Tortured Supporters 3 1

Joel Ssenyonyi, the NUP party spokesperson told Uganda Radio Network that the 44 torture victims are those who approached the headquarters seeking medical assistance. He, however, says that there are many others who are being helped by party officials and supporters in various parts of the country.
16:50
16:50

Suspect Surrenders to Community, Confesses Killing Own Father domestic brawl 1

Charles Odong, a resident of Copil village in Unyama Sub County from Gulu District went into hiding on Tuesday night after killing his father, Galdino Akena and torching his body over a domestic brawl.
16:50
16:50

Four Suspects Escape Break out of Bududa CPS Jail Uganda Police Force 1

The escapees are John Wakholi and Kalifan Namondo both charged with threatening violence, Charles Wanyibe with stealing cattle and Titus Kuloba also charged with theft.
16:34
16:34

UEDCL Takes Over Power Distribution in Bundibugyo BECS 1 3

Paul Mwesigwa-UEDCL managing director said they have had a smooth transition which will not disrupt the power distribution to clients.
14:20
14:20

Dokolo, Aduku Town Councils Push for Municipal Status 4

David Odyambo, the Town Clerk Dokolo Town Council says that they are pushing for the elevation of Dokolo into a municipality to bridge the service delivery gap in the area and also attract more jobs.
13:50
13:50

Three Amudat District Officials Arrested over Theft of Solar System

Mr. Simon Muyamba the district police commander Amudat confirmed the arrest of the officials saying they will help police with investigations.
11:28
11:28

Gulu Registers 35 Elections Related Criminal Cases, Fails to Prosecute Them 1

The cases were registered between September 12th last year and January 20th this year. They include unlawful assembly contrary to section 65 and 66 of the Penal Code Act, defacing of campaign posters contrary to section 78(2) of the Presidential Election Act, defamation and inciting violence.
11:26
11:26

South Sudan Hands Over Bodies of Ugandan Drivers revenge attacks 1 4

On Wednesday, a delegation from the Ugandan side led by the Mayor Koboko Municipality Wilson Sanya and the Regional Police Commander Aswa Steven Kaija received the bodies at Elegu Border point in Amuru District at 6:30 pm.
11:04
11:04

Kasese Headteachers Worried, Fearfully Expect Poor PLE Results 1 5

John Paul the head teacher Crimson Nursery and Primary says they had only six months to teach the candidates which means there were some areas of the syllabus that were not covered.
11:03
11:03

Local Government Leaders Blame Government For Election Loss 7 2 Top story

Francis Kibuuka Amooti, the Mubende LC V chairperson, says that it’s unfortunate that local governments have been disempowered by the central government making them less effective.
10:43
10:43

KCCA Councillors Decry Poor State of Roads, Demand More Funding 5 1

The Deputy Speaker of Council, Kyambogo University Councilor Bruhan Byaruhanga asked that the teams only scale potholes when they are ready to fill them. Byaruhanga allied fears that called potholes bare sharp adges that can cause damage to vehicles and other motors.
10:39
10:39

Only KCCA Can Establish Markets- Attorney General 3 1 Top story

Bob Kwanza, one of the legal officers in KCCA concurs with the Attorney General's opinion, saying by law private markets do not exist and hence cannot be regulated by KCCA.
09:53
09:53

Aviation Industry Picking Slowly; Players Hope for Full Recovery Next Year 3 2

Entebbe Airport handled 1,980,000 international passengers in 2019 compared to 565,541 passengers in 2020, which Kiggundu says is a clear demonstration that the pandemic affected passenger traffic. Kiggundu explains further that "even after resumption of passenger operations, the situation is yet to stabilise" because the operations have hit an all-time low and resulted in the huge drop in UCAA revenues.
09:45
09:45

Nine Pader Exams Centres Conclude PLE Without Scouts

According to Ojok, he immediately notified the concerned officials at Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) but still, none of the scouts should up even the second of PLE. He says that supervisors, invigilators and some officials from the statehouse managed exams at the affected centers.
09:17
09:17

Divorced Father of Four Collapses, Dies 1

Salongo Kalyango Zolo aged 37, Divorced Father of Four Children and a resident of Nakibanga Landing Site in Kyamuswa Sub County Kalangala District first informed his friends as he was going to die instantly after sharing a drink.
08:36
08:36

Dokolo to Develop Tourism Heritage in Memory of Kabaka Mwanga, Kabalega 3

The historical sites awaiting development include the current Dokolo Town Council mayor's garden, where the Colonial agent Semei Kakungulu settled and planted the nuvule trees in memory of his settlement in Lango in 1917
08:04
08:04

Gulu Man Wanted For Killing His Father Gulu District 1

Richard Okongo, a resident of Copil village told Uganda Radio Network that the suspect picked a quarrel with the deceased on Tuesday evening. He claims that later in the night, Odong locked up his father in his grass-thatched house and torched it before disappearing.
07:41
07:41

Reflect on Your Past Mistakes: Muntu to Parliament Electoral reforms 5 1 Top story

Although the committee sought answers from Muntu on whether he faced rights violations throughout his campaign, he told the members that all the problems the country is facing stems from their actions such as the removal of the presidential term limits, presidential age cap and failure to act on the Supreme Court decisions and recommendations for electoral reforms.
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