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18:28
18:28

Jeje Odongo Rejects Calls to Release Political Detainees security 2 1

Orungo County MP Jeje Odongo has said that Government cannot release suspects being held in relation to the 2021 election, saying they cannot release them simply on requests.
17:50
17:50

Gov't Yet to Compensate 300 Karuma Dam Affected Persons resettlement 1 2

More than 300 people have not been compensated for resettlement six years ago after they were evicted to pave way for the construction of the dam.
17:20
17:20

Tough Exchange Between Otafiire, Journalists Over Retirement Questions Parliament 4 1

General kahinda Otafiire, the member of Parliament for Ruhinda County who bounced back in the 11th Parliament after suffering defeat in the 10th Parliament has taken oath.
16:48
16:48

Court Drops Assault Case Against Former MP Odonga Otto Gulu City 1

Appearing in court on Thursday, Okot asked the court to drop the case. He explained that he had agreed with Odonga to settle the matter out of court. He also said that he and Odonga had reconciled.
16:37
16:37

Entebbe Councilor Takes Oath Inside Vehicle 2 2

While the other 26 councillors for Division A walked the podium to take the oath, Kanakulya remained seated inside as she waited for the Grade One Magistrate Naomi Sikhoya to administer the oaths.
15:32
15:32

UPDF Holds KCCA FC in League Encounter Morley Byekwaso 2 2

Goals from KCCA FC’s Julius Poloto and UPDF's Brian Kalumba marked the result of the match day which was yesterday halted by heavy rains, however UPL ruled that it will continue today.
15:26
15:26

Kasese LCV Chairperson Sets Sights on Education Fund 4 3

Kasese LCV Chairperson Eliphaz Muhindi Bukombi, says that last year’s floods greatly affected learning in the district citing many parents who lost their businesses among other properties and are unable to support their children back to school.
15:11
15:11

Sigh of Relief As Tanzania Signs EACOP Host Agreement 1 2

The conclusion of the deal with the French energy giant Total is expected to pave the way for the construction of a 1,440-km crude oil pipeline from Uganda’s Albertine region to Tanzanian seaport city of Tanga.
14:38
14:38

Oulanyah Seeks to Restore Parliament Repute, Mend Relations with Other Arms Speaker race 2 3 Top story

According to Oulanyah, Members of Parliament are no longer respected amongst Ugandans because a lot has gone wrong, and the public believes that many legislators are self-seekers who only go to parliament to enrich themselves.
14:24
14:24

Family Worried About Missing Boda Boda Rider Kawempe Division 2 1

On Tuesday, unidentified gunmen raided Kalanzi’s home in Jinja Kaloli zone in Kawempe Division, a city suburb.
13:12
13:12

New Book: Benedicto Kiwanuka’s Political Maneuvers 2 1

From supporting Rwenzururu secessionists from Toro kingdom in 1960s to supporting return of the lost counties to Bunyoro kingdom, direct elections in Buganda in 1961 ahead of independence, a new book details Uganda’s first short lived prime minister, Benedicto Kiwanuka’s political maneuvers.
11:17
11:17

Mbale City Mayor Namugali to Focus on Increasing Local Revenue 3 1

According to Namugali, as he comes in as the City Mayor, his major aim will be the increase of revenues which he is optimistic can only be realized through the implementation of the Electronic Revenue Management System.
11:09
11:09

Vendors Miss Out On Space in New Busia Market 2

Pascal Moyah, the Western Division town clerk and market manager, says that they have registered over 220 traders who are demanding stalls.
10:31
10:31

NUP to Conduct Primaries for KCCA Speakership Seat 2

The head of the Party Elections Management Committee Mercy Walukamba says that they will conduct the primaries on May 26 or 27. According to Walukamba, five councillors have expressed interest in the speakership position.
10:09
10:09

CAF Postpones 2022 Women’s Afcon Qualifiers to October 1

According to a statement released by Anthony Baffoe by CAF Deputy General Secretary in charge of football and development, the reasons of the postponement were based on the poor conditions of some stadiums in Africa and the restrictions related to COVID-19.
09:26
09:26

UPDF MPS Defend Role in Parliament Security 1 4

Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) newly elected representatives in Parliament have defended their stay in Parliament saying they will play a key role in developing policies related to security.
09:07
09:07

New Lira City Council Sets Target to Prioritize Value Addition on Agricultural Products 4 1

Sam Atul, the Lira City Council Lord Mayor says they intend to engage the business community who has single handedly been building the town to a city status will facilitate its development.
07:30
07:30

JMS Donates Medical Equipment To Kilembe Mines Hospital 2 3

Dr. Edward Wefula the hospital medical superintendent says they have been struggling with the refiling oxygen concentrators which require high maintenance cost.
07:13
07:13

Cheptegei Wins 3000m Race in Ostrava 2

The Star athlete posted 07:33:24 to beat USA’s Paul Chelimo who came close to him posting 07:41:69 and Uganda’s Oscar Chelimo who came third posting 07:43:00. Although he faced challenges from Paul Chelimo in the first laps
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