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09:20
09:20

City Abductions: Kiseka Mechanic Narrates 39 Day's Ordeal In Millitary Detention 1 2

In an exclusive interview, the father of three told Uganda Radio Network-URN that they were tortured while being forced to confess for participating in the November 18-19, 2020 riots triggered by the arrest of the National Unit Platform President, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu during his presidential campaign trail.
12:33
12:33

Bunambutye Resettlement Camp Hit by Food, Water Crisis 6 2

Officials from the OPM allocated an acre of land to the families instead of the two which they had earlier been promised. However, the land was taken away from the victims in exchange for 100,000 Shillings each month, despite growing food on the land. Wilson Wanansolo, the chairperson of the resettlement camp says that the land was allocated to Bunambutye Health center which is currently under construction.
10:51
10:51

Busia Town's Loitering Cows Alarm Residents 2 6

Juliet Birungi, a trader selling green vegetables at Mawero market says that she has lost green vegetables worth 100,000 shilling to the loitering cows, and appeals to owners to tie their cows rather than causing her daily losses.
17:43
17:43

Floating Island Interrupts Business After Blocking Part of Lutoboka Landing Site 1 1

Residents at Lutoboka Landing site are worried about dangerous aquatic animals such as crocodiles and poisonous snakes that might have accompanied the island.
12:55
12:55

Journalist Epenu Struggles to Recover Eight Years After Accident 2 1

Natasha explains that besides feeding Epenu, who has not worked for close to eight years, she needs Shillings 600,000 for physiotherapy and occupational therapy, which is done three times a week at the International hospital Kampala and Butabika hospital respectively.
09:04
09:04

FGM Ruined My Dream of Becoming A Pilot-Pokot Girl 1 Top story

According to Cherop, she was in primary five at Kalas girl’s primary school in Amudat town in 2009 when was forced to undergo FGM. Cherop explains that she was interested in operating big planes and travel to as far as Britain and Egypt but her dream.
08:14
08:14

Big Crowds as Bugwere Cultural Leader Wayabire is Laid to Rest 1 3

The state Minister for Gender and Culture Peace Mutuuzo asked the leaders of Bugwere to emphasize the messages and existence of the covid19 disease. She said that people need to be very careful the way they deal and operate in their day to day life and that they should follow the guidelines as much as possible.
18:51
18:51

Minister Nakiwala Orders for Report on State of Mothers and Children of Rwenzoruru Clash Prisoners children homes 1 4

The minister who is in the district to assess conditions of children homes said her ministry is interested in getting a status report on these groups so that they can be helped to rebuild their lives.
18:36
18:36

Suddened Death of District Female Councilor Shocks Abim 1

According to the district speaker Denis Debekas, the council will convene tomorrow to pay tribute to the former female councilor for the excellent work she had done during her tenure in office.
15:31
15:31

Dead Baby Dumped at Kavule Garbage Site Luke Owoyesigyire 1 3

Other witnesses said that the infant was strangled by a frustrated Mother. Among these is Aisha Mabingo said the increasing cases of infanticides in slum areas these days is due to the irresponsible men who abandon them after giving them pregnancies.
21:13
21:13

Makerere University Professor Found Dead in House MAK - CEDAT 2 1

Kerali was a lecturer at Makerere University at the College of Engineering, Design, Art, and Technology (CEDAT).
14:48
14:48

Some Kalangala Fishermen Angry with Resumed Operations Against Illegal Fishing 5 1

Some fishermen in Kalangala have called upon Fish Protection Unit (FPU) Officers to stop destroying their boats while carrying out illegal fishing operations on Lake Victoria.
08:42
08:42

Grenade Explosion Kills Six, Critically Injures Five Others in Adjumani 2

Josephine Angucia, the West Nile Regional police spokesperson, says the minors picked up the explosive from a bush near the settlement around 2 pm and tried to cut it using a machete triggering it to explode.
11:15
11:15

Gravity Water Project Excites Bududa Residents 2

The 302 Million Shillings project will serve more than 200 people in the parishes of Shibanga, Namasheti, Maika, Bundesi, and Nametsi.
12:01
12:01

Karimojong Quit Saving Groups as Poverty Bites 1

Grace Tikol one for the members of Aimono Savings group said contributing for the savings has become difficult especially in the families that are headed by single mothers.
11:31
11:31

Field Marshal Okello's Family Seeks Support from The Ugandan, Tanzanian Gov'ts Zanzibar Revolution 1 4

Okello, a native of Aloi Sub County in the present-day Alebtong District is described as a brave man who fought against slavery imposed on the black people by Arabs in Zanzibar to ensure equal treatment among races in the land.
18:34
18:34

Airforce's Caroline Busingye Laid to Rest in Rukungiri 3

Caroline Busingye was one of two cadet trainees who were on Thursday involved in a plane crash after a Jet Ranger they were piloting crashed immediately after takeoff in Entebbe.
07:45
07:45

FPU Announces New Measures as Illegal Fishing Operations Resume in Kalangala 2 5 Top story

Addressing fishermen at the Fisheries Protection Unit base at Mwena Landing Site in Kalangala Town Council on Sunday, the FPU Operations Commander, Dick Kirya Kaija, says they have been forced to resume their operations because of the immaturity of fishermen.
18:24
18:24

Florists Give Huge Discounts Amidst Poor Valentine Sales 1 4

Joan Nakayiwa, the Manager of Ash’s Florist based at Grand Imperial Hotel, says people who are buying flowers are only bargaining wanting a flower banquet to be sold to them to as low as 30,000 shillings yet it costs 150,000 shillings .
13:10
13:10

More Resources Needed to Treat Cancer in Children - UCI cancer detection

Currently, as we commemorate World Children Cancer day on 15th February 2021, the number of children diagnosed with cancer in Uganda stands at a low 30% according to Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI).
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