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15:08
15:08

Fans Seek UGX 20m for Singer Who Predicted Tragic Year 2020 2 3

Lil Roy, 34, whose real name is Charles Roy Pimungu, together with his renowned Producer, Dr Kaunda of Complex Studio in Gulu produced a song labelled “Pe Weene,” foretelling death resulting from an inevitable ailment in 2020.
13:24
13:24

Lira Ghetto Youths Find Hope in Selling Tree Seedlings 3 5

The group which comprise mostly of street children aged between 4 and 13 ventured into the business in 2020 when the government placed a total lockdown which made the streets unbearable for them. Amidst the struggle to survive on donations from well-wishers, the youngsters secured 10 kilograms of seedlings to start a new life journey.
08:39
08:39

Commuter Taxis Outnumber Travelers in Mukono District as Public Transport Resumes 2 2

Ali Ssenkungu, a taxi driver plying the Kalagi- Mukono-Kampala route, told URN that he only managed to pick up one passenger from Kalagi, which forced him to park his vehicles.
09:38
09:38

Lack of Sexuality Education Fuelling Moral Decay Among Youths in Acholi early marriages 1 3

The Acholi region is experiencing significant sexual and reproductive health challenges like teenage pregnancies, early marriages, HIV and gender-based violence, habits which, according to leaders, have increased greatly during the COVID-19 lockdown, when movements were restricted, while schools and places of worship remained closed.
13:00
13:00

New Wave of Floods Leaves Thousands Displaced in Dokolo Dokolo District 7 1

Alex Owera, the area councillor Agwata Town council says that the floods are rapidly claiming homes and farmlands even in areas that are far away from the lake shores.
12:03
12:03

31-Year-Old Bodaboda Rider who Admires Doctors Scores 15 Points in UCE UNEB 3 2

Ssegawa returned to Masaka town and started riding a Bodaboda at Mulago-Katwe stage, the main bodaboda stage for the regional referral hospital. He started admiring the life style of the doctors prompting him to return to school. He enrolled again at Hilton High School Mukono to pursue the dream of becoming a doctor.
11:19
11:19

Buganda Subjects Defy Covid-19 Guidelines to Catch Glimpse of Kabaka Mutebi 1 2

Security personnel have had a tough time enforcing the Covid-19 safety guidelines as the Kabaka’s convoy drove through the area.
10:54
10:54

Medics in Gulu Concerned over Self-Medication by Covid-19 Patients pandemic lockdown 3

Within the last two weeks, the health workers say five patients have died from the treatment unit after they delayed seeking medical attention from the hospital while a significant number were involved in self-medication.
12:14
12:14

Health Centres in Lira Giving ARVs in Bulk to Patients 5

Emily Awio, in charge ART clinic at Ogur HCIV, says that the bulk ARVs are given to people to last them six months. She explains that the drugs are given to people who have a stable viral load and those who have been on treatment for more than two years.
20:56
20:56

Children Living with HIV in Mukono Skip ART Treatment over Lack of Food 3

Sarah Zalwango, a guardian says that the children under her care have skipped treatment due to the food crisis. Zalwango says that she is aware of the implications of skipping treatment, but the children couldn't continue with treatment on an empty stomach.
16:22
16:22

Collusion Among Parents, Sexual Offenders Fueling Child Marriages in Lyantonde 1

Andrew Timothy Kamugasha, the Lyantonde District Probation Officer, says that they are faced with a heavy burden of stopping the vice and blames it on communities that are reluctant to fully support efforts aimed at reversing the trend.
15:45
15:45

Lockdown Bites Hard Salon Business in Lira 5

The operators argue that the ban on transport has affected the movement of their clients. In some salons, the workers have been laid off due to low business.
12:24
12:24

Weather Forecasters Warn of Rough Winds, Waves on Lake Victoria 1

The lake has since Saturday been experiencing unusually strong winds of about 25 knots(kts) which has occasioned very large waves of above 2 meters high, a situation that is expected to continue for the next couple of days.
12:21
12:21

Bundibugyo Registers Spike in GBV, Child Abuse Cases Domestic Violence 4 1 Top story

Faith Kabafumu, the OC in charge of the Child Protection Unit, says that children are the most affected in these cases. She says that the COVID-19 lockdown has exposed children to a risky lifestyle and to offenders who usually take advantage of their age and domestic challenges.
15:51
15:51

Northern Uganda Artistes Criticize Singer Chameleone's Illegal Shows in Gulu Gulu City 1 4

Gerald Joshua Oduka, the Spokesperson of Northern Entertainers Association says they were shocked to hear the singer perform in town amidst the strict lockdown and that his act made them question the authority of the security forces and the local leaders who were supposed to enforce the guidelines.
18:48
18:48

Family of Kamwokya Fire Victim Seeks Funds to Transport Body 1 4

In grief, Alice Kerum, 48 year-old mother of the deceased residing in Kifumbira zone, narrates that at around 7:00 pm her daughter moved out of the house but shortly after, she was shocked by the news of her daughter who had not sick, being dead.
17:55
17:55

Mak Guild Leaders Demand 50 Percent Waiver on Functional fees Tuition 2 1

Ivan Ssempijja, the Makerere University Guild President, explains that many students after being hit by economic challenges due to the covid-19 lockdown since last year will be able to keep in school if there is a 50% waiver on the fees.
15:00
15:00

Mak Researchers Innovate Digitalized COVID-19 Surveillance System For Learning Institutions MOH 1 2

Ssewanyana says that while many mobile applications have been developed to offer solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic, this would be the first custom made for learning institutions. It was designed to suit and favour the learning environment especially higher institutions of learning.
14:45
14:45

Opposition MPs Scoff at PM Nabbanja for Banning Food Distribution 1 2

Early this week, Nabbanja stated that politicians were causing people to converge as they scramble for food, which exposes them to the risks of contracting COVID-19. She guided that the politicians either send out money to people’s mobile phone accounts or give the food to established COVID-19 task-forces at their respective districts, to allow for proper distribution to the needy.
12:15
12:15

Pictorial: Flash Floods Displace Thousands in Amolatar 15

The floods have submerged several kilometres of the district’s land and roads, disconnecting a number of communities. Crop gardens that had initially survived the drought are now submerged.
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