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18:56
18:56

Entebbe Mantains Heavy Deployment After Swearing-in Ceremony 3 2

At the moment, however, Army and police personnel have now been deployed in all public spaces such as Children's Park, the Leisure Park in Kitooro and Mayor's Garden in Katabi-Namate village and also along the Kampala-Entebbe highway.
17:16
17:16

Museveni Asks African Countries to Solve Continent's Security Problem President Museveni 2

In his address after taking oath for the sixth term, Museveni argued that the situation in several African countries that include Libya, Mali, Niger, some parts of Nigeria, Chad, Central African Republic, some parts of Cameroon, Eastern Congo, Somalia Northern Mozambique “does not give credit to the African people.”
16:25
16:25

Expectant Mothers Stuck As Floods Devastate Kyotera 2 3

The floods that had initially cut off Kyapa-Kasensero road intensified last week following the persistent rainfall in the area. This is the only road that connects Kasensero and Kyebe communities to Kyotera –Mutukula highway. As a result, the health workers and other road users can hardly cross to either side of the road.
15:43
15:43

Fall Armyworms Destroy Maize Gardens in Gulu Agrithon 6 1

Matthew Opiyo, a farmer in Bungatira Sub County is also crying out for help to prevent the pest which he says has destroyed almost three-acres of his three weeks` old maize crops in the last one week.
15:28
15:28

Heavy Rains Wreak Havoc in Napak District 1

The most affected sub counties include; Lotome, Ngoleriet, Kangole town council and Matany with many families affected as well.
15:02
15:02

Low Business in Kampala as Museveni Takes Oath 5 3

Several businesses remained closed in the Central Business District as President Museveni prepared to take oath at the Kololo Independence Ceremonial grounds. Entrance into town through Wandegeya was limited for motor vehicles only, while Bodaboda cyclists could only access the city centre through Lumumba avenue.
14:17
14:17

Lower Middle Income Status: The Big Miss in Kisanja Hakuna Mchezo 2 1 Top story

By 2016, the time of Museveni’s declaration, Uganda’s GNI per capita was USD 790, a 4.2 per cent decline from the status in 2015. It declined further to USD 740 in 2017, before going up to USD 750 in 2018 and USD 780 in 2019, according to macrotrends, a premier research platform for long term investors. The GNI per capita is the dollar value of a country's final income in a year, divided by its mid-year population.
13:08
13:08

Security Seals-off NUP Offices in Kamwokya Fred Enanga 1 2

Roadblocks have been mounted around all access roads in the precincts of the NUP offices and the main old Kira Road. No pedestrian, cyclist or vehicle is allowed to use the Old Kira Road stretch from Kamwokya to Bukoto, an area now surrounded by heavily armed police, local defence and military personnel.
11:21
11:21

Security Heightened in Kampala Markets, Major Roads 3 2

In the City centre, there is a visible security presence at Wandegeya traffic lights, Clock Tower, Shoprite traffic lights, Kibuye roundabout, Bombo road junction, Nsambya traffic lights and Jinja Road.
10:37
10:37

Mbarara District Records Shortfall in Local Revenue 1 2

According to the Secretary of Finance and Budgeting Basil Bataringaya, there was a shortfall of 400 million shillings out of the expected 1 billion shillings. The shortfall affected most activities that had been planned for implementation.
09:55
09:55

Five Inmates Escapes from Prison in Karamoja

The five were identified as Lokoru Lokiru, who was serving a four-year jail-term for failure to protect war materials, James Lochokon who was on remand for murder, Godfrey Musambwa, serving a four-year term for defilement, Moses Loyesereng also serving four years for theft and Richard Kamokoin, serving 11-years for murder.
09:44
09:44

Gulu RDC Launches Crackdown on Suspected B13 Criminal Gangs Gulu District 1 3

The suspected criminal gangs are reportedly operating in the Sub –Counties of Awach, Paibona, Bungatira and Omel in Gulu District. They are known for housebreaking, attacking locals, theft, and robbery, among others.
08:59
08:59

Pictorial: Head of States Arrive for Museveni's Swearing-in Ceremony

The Presidents included Salva Kiir of South Sudan, Ethiopia’s Sahle Worke Zewde and Alpha Conde of Guinea. Others were Felix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Evariste Ndayishimiye of Burundi, and Hage Geingob of Namibia. The Presidents were received by ministers, officials from foreign affairs at Entebbe International Airport.
07:55
07:55

Kilembe Secondary School Closed 2 1

Last week the students locked their classes and marched to the office of the Resident District Commissioner protesting teacher absenteeism.
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