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19:59
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Katikamu South Petitioners Allowed to File 14 Affidavits 2 1

In separate petitions that were later consolidated by the court, two petitioners, Patricia Magara and Alex Nathan Sserwanga challenged the victory of Hassan Kirumira of the National Unity Platform-NUP, citing election irregularities. They asked the court to cancel the election and order fresh ones. Kirumira won the race with 21,197 votes ahead of Magara who had 8,132 votes.
19:50
19:50

Kasese CAO Halts Supply and Distribution of Coffee Seedlings 1 5

Last week, the Kasese field coordinator Moses Alinda was picked up by police for statement recording after he was accused of asking money from nursery bed operators before inspecting their beds
19:36
19:36

Cholera Vaccination Starts in Busia Municipality 6 3

Dr. Mathias Wabwire Panyako, the Busia district health officer says that the doses are for people who received the first dose in October last year and the few who shall get the first dose.
19:22
19:22

Six Police Officers Arrested over Extortion of UGX 200,000 from Danish National in Kampala PSU 1 1

Commissioner of Police-CP Fred Enanga who is the force spokesperson said the six officers extorted money amounting to 200,000 shillings from a Danish national identified as Michael Barger who went and lodged a complaint at the offices of PSU in Bukoto-Kampala over the weekend prompting their arrest.
19:03
19:03

Uganda, Mali Play to Goalless Draw in FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Uganda Cranes 2 1

Uganda Cranes defensive midfielder Khalid Aucho had a busy time blocking attacks ignited by Mali’s Adama Traore in the opening half, although the two sides started off with no big threats at either opponent’s goal.
18:19
18:19

Anti- Atwine protesters Released on Bail 1 2

In his ruling today afternoon, his worship Alule who has been physically in court accepted the two sureties standing for each suspect, and found them substantial to stand sureties for the accused since the state attorney had no objection to the bail application, and sureties’ details submitted by the defense lawyer.
17:59
17:59

Trade Committee Queries Gov’t Shares in Atiak Sugar Works Parliament 1 4 Top story

The government has so far injected 101 billion shillings and owns 40 per cent of the shares in Horyal Investment Company Holdings Limited, the entity behind the Sugar factory, while the other shareholders; businesswoman Amina Hirse Moghe and his son Mohamoud Abdi Mohammed own 60 per cent of the shares.
17:14
17:14

Kasese Residents Kill Stray Hippo 3 1

Sunday Saliveri told reporters that his fellow residents acted in retaliation following many attacks by the wild animals.
15:02
15:02

Waluswaka Withdraws Petition Against his Rival 2

Waluswaka ran to Mbale High court accusing his rival of electoral malpractice after losing the January 14, 2021 polls.
14:41
14:41

Open Schools to Save Future Generation, Educationists Plead Coronavirus 3 1

Chairperson Lugoloobi says since most parents returned work, children who are left at home with liberty to move anyhow are at high risk would be safer in a restricted school environment with the COVID-19 standard operating procedures being followed.
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13:14

Man Commits Suicide after In-laws Repossess Wife 3

Denis Ogola, the father of the deceased, says his son attempted to commit suicide two times on grounds that he was not given cattle and money for dowry.
13:04
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Six Confirmed Dead, 8 Rescued as Search at Kisenyi Building Ends Kisenyi Mengo 1 3

Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police Spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire said the rescue teams recovered six bodies whose particulars are still scanty. The injured, who are are nursing injuries in Mulago Hospital include Ben Kiwanuka, Emma Kato, Onyoch David, Henderson Ndawula, Maclean, Nandawula, and Marion Nakimbugwe. Two others are still unidentified.
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12:18

Mityana Election Case: Judge Directs Nabakooba, Bagala To File Written Submissions 2 2 Top story

During cross-examination, Bagala denied any wrongdoing and told the court that the election was perfect, free and fair. She also revealed that one of her agents identified as Norah Nantongo asked for 1 million Shillings to bribe voters, which she rejected.
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11:41

Denmark Funds Climate Change Project for Rwenzori Sub-Region 1 2

The four-year project, code-named Innovation and Gender Sensitive Nature-Based Solutions for Resilience-NBS and Green jobs is implemented by WWF-Uganda in the districts of Kasese, Bundibugyo, Bunyangabu, Ntoroko, Kabarole and Rubirizi.
09:22
09:22

Mubende Man Arrested for Killing 10-Year-Old Girl 5

The deceased’s friend also a minor says that they went with Alinitwe to fetch water and found Vanasio cutting logs. She said that the suspect told the deceased she had her mother’s money, which she wanted to give her.
08:13
08:13

Public Universities Move to New Students Registration System Kyambogo University 1 1

Reuben Twinomujuni, the senior Public Relations Officer at Kyambogo University explains that, unlike AIMS that is managed by private developers, ACMIS will give them control over their own data.
06:56
06:56

Son Kills Father in UGX 5,000 Fight 1

George Ocwic, an eyewitness, says the deceased was punishing his teenage daughter for the alleged theft of the money. According to Ocwic, the suspect intervened to save his sister and instead picked timber, which he used to strike his father on the forehead killing him instantly.
06:34
06:34

Collapsed City Building: Three Bodies Recovered as Search Continues Kisenyi Mengo 2 2

“Young girls one aged about 8 years and another about 4 years have been rescued alive from the rubble and referred to Mulago National Referral Hospital. However, the total number of dead bodies so far recovered is three,” Nakasita said.
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04:46

Metropolitan Jonah Lwanga Stood for Truth at all Costs - Orthodox MPs Orthodox church 1 2

Members of Parliament who subscribe to the Orthodox faith have hailed the head of the Orthodox church Metropolitan Jonah Lwanga as a man who stood by the people and stood for the truth at all costs.
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