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16:47
16:47

Wait for Presidential Address to Return Children to School, Museveni's Adviser tells Parents covid 19 3

The senior Presidential advisor on epidemics Dr.Monica Munesero, has advised parents not to take their children to school before the presidential address on June 06, 2021. Semi candidates are expected to report for their special term on July 07, 2021, with boarders reporting on Saturday June 05, 2021.
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Oxygen Shortage Hits Moroto Hospital moroto RRH 1

According to the Hospital Director, Dr Ben Watmon, the plant produces less than half of the required oxygen, making covid-19 treatment difficult.
16:25
16:25

Journalists Cautioned Against Working as Media Advisors for Sources ACME 3 1

On Wednesday as former Works Minister General Katumba Wamala communicated on social media to Ugandans about the sad attack that left his daughter Brenda Nantongo and driver Haruna Kayondo dead, he revealed information that Dorah Atwongyeire was his official spokesperson. Atwongyeire is the online editor for Next Media Services which owns NBS, Nile Post and Next Radio among others.
16:06
16:06

Father Pins Police for Allegedly Battering Son While in Custody 1

Ojok was detained on Wednesday 19th after his in-laws charged him with kidnap under Omoro CRB 237/2021. He had gone to his in-laws’ home to convince his wife Christine Aciro to return to his home after she ran away following a misunderstanding between them.
16:03
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FUFA Postpones Regional Leagues Decolas Kiiza 1

According to a letter written by FUFA Deputy CEO in charge of football Decolus Kiiza, Kiiza said that the postponed was as a result of the rising cases of COVID-19.
15:45
15:45

Districts Run out of COVID-19 Vaccine Amidst Overwhelming Demand 6 1 Top story

Some of the districts that have since reported stock out of covid-19 vaccine include the Northern Ugandan districts of Kitgum and Lira, Tororo, Masaka, Hoima, and Mbale among others.
15:17
15:17

Gunmen Kill Lwengo Businessman, Critically Injure Brother 1

Peter Akampurira, the Lwengo District Police Commander, says that they have launched a manhunt for the assailants. According to eyewitnesses, the assailants were donning police jackets but Akampurira says criminals use anything to disguise their operation.
13:45
13:45

Charity Sisters Take Charge of 13 South Sudanese Children Rescued from Traffickers 1

Peter Logiro, one of the residents however, cautioned police not to play with such files saying such culprits should be jailed. “I hope this not a delaying tactics for the police to see ways of releasing these suspects on police bond, let them be remanded in prisons,” he said.
13:09
13:09

Gulu Medical Students Strike Over Fees Increment 3 1

According to the circular, diploma students under government sponsorship will pay Shillings 1.47 million from Shillings 1.27 million while private sponsored students will pay Shillings 2.5million from Shillings 2.077million
12:45
12:45

Kyeyo Remittances Decline Due To COVID-19 Pandemic nkuba kyeyo 1 Top story

The publication by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) says despite the decline, Uganda was ranked among the top ten recipient countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
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12:40

We're Denied Seedlings, Animals and other Gov’t Inputs, Albinos Complain 1

Besides discrimination by officials manning government programmes, the persons living with albinism are also subjected to extreme stigmatization by locals who target them for the ultimate crime of murder by those seeking wealthy using superstitious means and being infected with HIV by those who think raping an albino female cures AIDS.
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11:00

Lyantonde Man Beheads Wife Over Alleged Infidelity 1

According to residents, the couple has had a longstanding dispute over the same matter, which Namata had severally denied. The village council leadership tried to resolve the matter in vain
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10:57

Kasese Cocoa Farmers Struggle to Protect Vanilla from Thieves 4 1

Robinson Kule another farmer from Kisinga says he is contemplating abandoning the business because of the endless losses he is incurring because of thieves.
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09:49

Pictorial: A Tour inside NMS Warehouses in Entebbe, Kajjansi Top story

The Entebbe Warehouse has 8,000 pallets, space for the stock, while the new warehouse will have 30,000 pallet positions. The cold chain unit at the new warehouse will also be five times bigger than the one at Entebbe. The cold chain unit is where vaccines are kept.
07:25
07:25

Vipers SC eject SC Villa to storm Uganda Cup Semi finals Stanbic Uganda Cup 1

Two goals scored in the two halves by Bobosi Byaruhanga and Milton Karisa helped the Venoms to eject the Jogoos from the tournament and storm the semifinal. The first leg ended in a one-all draw.
06:48
06:48

Nyendo Police Station on the Spot Over Death of Suspect in Cells 2

Pascal Kagenda, the Chairperson of Nyendo Market Fish Dealers Association, who worked closely with the deceased, accuses Police officers of participating in the torture of the suspect before dumping him in the cells where he was again assaulted by other suspects.
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05:55

Brenda Called Out to Jesus as She Breathed her Last- Gen. Katumba 4 1 Top story

While sharing yesterday's events with fellow mourners, Gen Katumba, with his left hand supported in a sling, revealed that his daughter was killed by some of the first bullets that penetrated though the car. He says Nantongo's last words were those of faith
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05:41

Former Gulu City Mayor Labeja Demands UGX 17m Salary Arrears gulu city council 2 1

In the report, Labeja is also tasking Gulu City Council to pay him nine months’ accumulated subsidy totaling to 8,190,000 shillings and 1,590,000 shillings’ emolument for a month, and that his former deputy Pauline Lukwai also owes the council shillings 21,048,000 which includes salary arrears, subsidy and emoluments.
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