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19:58
19:58

Timber Grinder Strangles Carpenter to Death 4 2

Yokana Barasa, a worker at the carpentry workshop says that they had gone for breakfast and left their colleague using a timber grinder machine to clean the timbers meant to make a coffin, unfortunatly when they came back, they found him fallen down only to check they saw the clothe he was using as a protective gear on his head rolled tightly on the neck and the machine was on the chest.
19:33
19:33

Kasana-Luweero Diocese Closes Offices, Embarks on Massive Staff COVID-19 Testing 2 1 Top story

Speaking to Uganda Radio Network (URN), the Health Coordinator Kasana-Luweero Diocese, Rev. Fr. Peter Mukasa Masembe, said that they have started with the Heads of Departments (HoDs) including; Education, Youth, Communication, Caritas and Lay Apostolate among others.
19:07
19:07

Uganda's Olympic Team Quarantined in Japan Because of COVID-19 Case 1

“But our local healthcare center questioned the eight members and designated them as close contacts with the person who tested positive. Now we are requiring them to stay inside the hotel until July 3, the city was still looking into the possibility of allowing training outside the hotel. ," a city official told AFP."
17:14
17:14

Time For Tilenga: How Ugandans Can Cash in from USD 2 Billion Oil Money oil and gas uganda 3 1 Top story

The construction of camp s and the central processing facility among others is projected to create between 2500-3000 people at the peak of the project.
16:38
16:38

Police Resorts to Megaphones to Popularise Presidential Directive 4 2

David Mwebaze, the Kampala Metropolitan North Regional Community Liaison officer, says they have resorted to sensitise the traders using megaphones to encourage them to comply with the presidential directives.
14:56
14:56

Apac Residents Decry Delayed USMID Road Works 1 2

In February 2020, Apac Municipality received 487 Million Shillings for the construction of the two roads in the municipality which was supposed to start in March this year and end in June.
14:07
14:07

Dry Spell Sparks Hunger Concerns among Otuke Farmers prolonged dry spell 4 2

Bonny Ocen, the District Agricultural Officer advised the farmers to think of planting fast maturing crops especially the improved variety in order to avert the looming famine.
13:42
13:42

COVID-19 Restrictions: Business as Usual in Hard to Reach Trading Centers in Bududa Covid-19 Taskforce 1

The revellers told our reporter on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisal that they have not felt the pinch or any threat from the police since the first lockdown was announced in March last year because they are neighbouring Mt. Elgon National Park.
13:19
13:19

Oulanyah Working From Home-Parliament Jacob Oulanyah 1

According to Parliament’s Director of Communication and Public Affairs Chris Ariko Obore, the Speaker is well and having time with his children at home.
11:57
11:57

UPDF to Demobilize LDUs in Karamoja 3 4

The LDUs are accused of misusing government stores in their possession by hiring out the guns and uniforms to criminals and participating in cattle rustling.
11:25
11:25

COVID-19: Panic as Kwania Run Short of PPE, Eight Health Workers Test Positive Ministry of Health 2 1 Top story

The district registered 59 cases in the past three weeks, including eight health workers that were all referred to Lira Regional Referral hospital for treatment raising fear among the frontline health workers.
11:09
11:09

TASO Sets Up ARV Drugs Distribution Points in Acholi stigma 1

At least 87 distribution points have been created in the eight districts of the Acholi Sub Region to enable the patients access treatment during the lockdown.
10:28
10:28

Over 10,000 Congolese Asylum Seekers Enter Ntoroko District 9 1

Misaki Kawamara, the Ntoroko Resident District Commissioner told URN that the situation is alarming with many more Congolese sneaking into the communities every day.
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