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19:24
19:24

IGG Insists on Lifestyle Audit 3 8 Top story

According to a recent survey by the Inspectorate, the cost of corruption in Uganda has risen from 9.1 trillion Shillings in 2019 to 20 trillion Shillings annually. Half of this money is lost during procurement processes, under declaration of tax and utility costs among others.
18:39
18:39

Blacks Power, Maroons, Kyetume Promoted to Uganda Premier League FUFA Big league 1

Blacks Power were crowned winners of the Big League after defeating Luwero United 2-1 at Aki bua Stadium, in Lira City.
16:55
16:55

Moroto Declares Curfew to Stem Worsening Insecurity in Municipality 3 1

Moroto Deputy Resident District Commissioner, Justin Tuko announced the decision on Thursday, saying the curfew will run between 8 pm and 5 am mostly in camp Swahili, Kambizi and Camp Swahili juu where cases of burglary are on the rise.
16:18
16:18

Court Sets Aside Decision Nullifying Bukomansimbi North MP Victory Court of Appeal 1 2 Top story

In their ruling read by the Court of Appeal Registrar, Lillian Bucyana, the court of appeal judges faulted the High court for entertaining Katushabe’s petition on grounds that it was filed late. They argued that Katushabe should have filed a complaint with the Electoral Commission during the nomination process.
15:23
15:23

Oyam Leaders Seek Elevation of Anyeke HClV to General Hospital 1 3

Dilla Benson Oyuku the Oyam District chairperson made the request during the commemoration of World Malaria Day at Loro HClll in Loro town council.
12:36
12:36

MUBS Responds to Students' Concerns, Extends Examination Time Table 1 2

Students raised their concern through the guild office saying that they are not ready for exams because they have not had enough time to prepare.
12:32
12:32

Farmers in Kitgum Abandon Farmlands Over Fear of Rustlers Namokora Sub County 7 1

Matthew Oloya Oryang, an elder in Lunganuya Parish in Orom Sub County says that the persistent rustling and insecurity have greatly disrupted social, economic and cultural lives in the affected areas.
12:19
12:19

How Ugandans are Coping with Increasing Commodity Prices 5

On a daily, Naluwooza buys a box of mangoes from city markets to vend and make a profit. Until close to three months back when fuel prices went up affecting the prices of many other commodities, Naluwooza bought each box of mangoes at 13000 shillings. But with changes in prices, she buys the same box at 40,000 shillings causing a drastic decline in her profit, from 50,000 shilling to 20,000 shillings. Yet, buyers too have reduced.
12:16
12:16

NGO Threatens to Pull Out of Pader Over Souring Relationship 2 2

Te-Kworo Foundation has been operating in Pader, Kitgum, Nwoya and Omoro for the past 20 years offering support including scholarships to girls who cannot enrol in mainstream education, maternal and health care services, and social protection and livelihood services.
12:05
12:05

Kasese Emyooga Beneficiaries Start Recording Success from the Program 2 5

Anita Nyakato who is dealing in second hand clothes says she received 1.5 million shillings to boost her initial capital. In one year, she says she has bought a plot of land, opened-up two mini- boutiques and constructed a residential house with hope of establishing a bigger boutique and transiting into wholesale.
11:44
11:44

Kagadi Nurse Died of Heart Attack -Postmortem Report

Addressing mourners during special prayers for the soul of Nurse Peruse Banura on Wednesday afternoon at St. Luke’s church of Uganda in Kagadi town, Dr. Aidah Kenseko (relative to the deceased) said according to the postmortem report, Banura died after some of her vessels transporting blood to the heart got narrowed.
11:13
11:13

Kyotera Water Tank: Engineer’s Body Finally Retrieved

Muhammad Nsubuga, the Southern Regional Police Spokesperson, says that the officers managed to retrieve Kiwanuka’s body and handed it to his family members after a postmortem.
10:58
10:58

Bugwere Clan Heads Resolve to Elect Wayabire’s Successor 1 4 Top story

Tom Mbulamberi, the Secretary-General of Bugwere Cultural Institution who read the road map to the clan leaders, said that they expect to have a peaceful election and a new cultural leader. According to the road map, the council will hold a special session on May 4, 2022, to constitute the Electoral commission.
10:34
10:34

Residents Decry Stench From Decomposing Bodies Ministry of Health 6 2

Residents of Kassanda Town Council have appealed to authorities to intervene and save them from a heavy stench from Kassanda Health Center IV that is resulting from lack of a mortuary and personnel handling dead bodies.
09:49
09:49

Mbarara Roadworks Contract Time Ends with Most Work Not Done 2 5

Eng. Lawrence Walulya the USMID project Engineer says that the contract has applied for an extension of the contract but Asse Abireeba, the Mbarara City Clerk has told the parliamentary committee that the contractor has no capacity to construct the roads.
09:28
09:28

Mukono Councilors Reject Move to Hire Neighboring District Service Commissions 1 Top story

Wasswa Lukwago, the Seeta-Namugaga councillor, said that a lot is at stake if the district hires an outside commission. “Money to pay these hired commission officials from other districts can be used to help the district do some important work. I, therefore, recommend that another special council may be held to specifically handle that so that the issue is resolved,” he said.
08:55
08:55

Malaria Cases Surge in Moroto as Residents Abandon Mosquito Nets Ministry Of Health 3

‘’90% of our patients tested positive for malaria. More than five in ten of those admitted to health facilities with complicated malaria are children under the age of 5, who are particularly vulnerable to the disease,’’ said Lote.
08:35
08:35

Excitement As Govt Exempts Fully Vaccinated Passengers from Taking COVID-19 Tests 2 4

Amos Wekesa, the Managing Director of Great Lakes Safaris Limited says tourists had decided to go where PCR tests were not required for the vaccinated. "Now we need to tell the world about our beauty and the changes," added Wekesa.
07:17
07:17

Makerere’s Iconic Ivory Tower Goes Down Silently Makerere University 4 2 Top story

Julius Katerega, a former Guild President at Makerere, whose regime witnessed the fire at the Ivory Tower, said that even while the tower was being demolished, his source of strength is that it would be set up again.
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