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May 2022 14 results
17:40
17:40

Police Hunting for Assassins Who Shot Dead Three People in Kapchorwa

According to police, the trio met their death on Tuesday night when the assailants stormed Pumayi village in Kapteret ward, West Division in Kapchorwa Municipality. Preliminary police findings show that the assailants raided Kapteret village and broke into Yeko's home and shot him dead.
15:56
15:56

Makerere University Press Pushes for Elevation to Directorate Status 3

Dr. Samuel Siminyu, the Managing editor of Makerere University press, says that they run under the mandate of supporting staff and students with publishing books and need a minimum of Shillings 1 Billion annually for their activities.
15:30
15:30

EU, UDB Urge Tour Operators to Borrow Unutilised Covid-19 Relief Facility 5

The bank still holds up to 44 billion shillings which remained of the 62 billion which was the total set aside to revive the tourism industry from the covid-19 setback, out of which only 18.2 billion was disbursed.
15:14
15:14

Parish Development Model Beneficiaries in Kibuku Protest Delayed Funding 1 6

The beneficiaries from seven parishes are yet to receive the funds. The Parishes include Kapyani in Nankodo sub county, Namawondo in Kibuku town council, Kadoto, in Bulangila town council, Kabusule in Nabiswa sub county, Nanoko parish in Lwatama sub county.
14:45
14:45

Over 86% Treated for Bilharzia in Lira District Ministry Of Health 1 3

Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng Ocero, the Minister of Health who also doubles as the Lira City Woman MP, said that although people think such a disease is no longer common and therefore place less emphasis on it, bilharzia is one of the tropical diseases, which still affects so many people across the country.
14:13
14:13

Inspectors of Schools Undergo Training on Use of Digital Monitoring Tool 7 2

Frances Atima, the Commissioner of Education Standards in the Ministry of Education and Sports, says that the training is meant to take the inspectors through the newly developed Teacher Effectiveness and Learners Achievement (TELA) system.
13:42
13:42

Administrators now Treat Patients as Health Workers Strike in Kitgum Hospital 6

Akello says the Medical Superintendent and District Health Officer have come in to save the situation, but the challenge remains that the record takers are also striking.
13:29
13:29

11 Lives Were Lost Everyday in 2021 -Annual Crime Report 1 2

There were 1,095 cases of assault resulting in death, followed by aggravated domestic violence with 376 cases, and 373 strangulations. Additionally, a total of 321 people were shot dead during the year, and 759 people were killed through mob action.
12:14
12:14

Mbarara City Commercial Officer, Three Others Arrested Over Emyooga Funds 3 2

Moses Ariho, the Assistant Resident City Commissioner in Charge of Mbarara City South Division, says Mutahi’s arrest came after he was implicated by SACCO leaders following their arrest on Tuesday afternoon. He says that the Sacco leaders accused the commercial officer of taking Shillings 6 Million out of the Shillings 30 Million meant for their Sacco.
11:39
11:39

Kitgum LCIII Chairpersons Protest Delayed Salaries 3

The chairpersons from the 17 sub-counties and two councils say that they have not received their salaries for the last two months without any clear explanation.
11:09
11:09

Bukwo Town Clerk's Office Remains Closed 1

Moses Chemonges, one of the residents told URN that they will only open the offices after the interdiction or transfer of the town clerk and the CDO. He said that they are ready to torch the offices should the officers force their way in.
10:44
10:44

Lack of Coordination Among Gov't Agencies Frustrating Efforts to Address Complaints from Migrant Workers 3 4

During the meeting, the officials noted that there are over six million nationals from the region working abroad. They noted that the workers face similar challenges such as lack of access to health care, delayed payment or non-payment of wages, physical torture, mistreatment, confiscation of personal and travel documents, sexual harassment and long working hours.
07:38
07:38

Severe Malnutrition ‘Excruciatingly Painful’ Threat to Child Survival 1

Triggered by a lack of nutritious food and repeated bouts of disease – such as diarrhoea, measles and malaria – the condition, also known as severe wasting has been listed as one of the conditions that compromise a child’s immunity.
06:49
06:49

Pictorial: Lira Foot Pilgrims Embark on 13 Day's Walk of Faith to Namugongo 13

The pilgrims will make stopovers along the way for prayers, rest and exercise sessions. The faithful spent Tuesday night at St. Mary's Catholic parish Loro from where they will set off to their next resting place at Dima in Kryandongo district.
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