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07:42
07:42

Gulu Archdiocese, Bukona Factory Team Up to Industrialize Cassava Growing in Northern Uganda 3 1

His Grace John Baptist Odama, the Archbishop of Gulu, says that the partnership is a joint venture between the church, state and private partners to facilitate economic transformation and economic stability among farmers in war-torn Northern Uganda.
12:53
12:53

FPU Warns Unlicensed Fishermen on Lake George, Edward operating licenses 4 2

Lt. Musa Mugogo, the commandant on the Fisheries Protection Unit in charge of the two lakes, says they are aware of the increasing number of people operating illegally on the lake.
10:40
10:40

Gulu City Vendors Petition President Museveni Over Persistent Power Blackouts Gulu Main Market 1 1 Top story

In their petition handed over to Bosco Odoch Olak, the National Resistance Movement Coordinator for Northern Uganda on Saturday, the vendors want the president to intervene in the matter and ensure constant power supply.
10:21
10:21

Fort Portal RCC Blocks Issuance of Certificates to Emyooga Saccos 1

This followed the failure by the Commercial Officer, Michael Karwani, to avail lists of all the members of individual associations that make up each of the 36 Emyooga Saccos in the city.
10:01
10:01

Proprietors of Private Educational Institutions Demand Recognition as Investors 3

Mike Kironde, the National Chairperson PPEIAU, says that despite investing billions of Shillings in the education sector in the country, they are not recognised as investors yet some people show up with some little money and earn privileges like free land and tax holidays from the government.
07:48
07:48

Kabale Transport Operators, Mechanics Have up to May 1st to Relocate to Mwanjari Cemetery 3 5 Top story

According to Byamugisha, the two years’ negotiations with mechanics, bus and taxi operators to relocate peacefully haven’t yielded positive results.
17:21
17:21

Agriculture Minister Promises Karimojong Farmers Tractors 4

Simon Nangiro, the Nakapiripirit district LC V chairperson, said the land in Karamoja is fertile but people can’t manage to till the land for commercial farming due to lack of farm machines.
16:07
16:07

Mineral Protection Police Registers Six Deaths In Gold Pits 2

William James Wandera, a resident of Banda Sub-county, says that the deceased’s set fire to burn stones in the gold pit and died due to loss of oxygen.
12:30
12:30

Karenga RDC Operates Under a Tree

Patrick Lemukol one of the anti corruption monitors in Karenga said having an office block is good but said what's important is that all the departments are operating.
09:08
09:08

Pictorial: Police, NFA Raid on Illegal Charcoal Dealers, Loggers Camp in Amuru Attiak Sub County 20 Top story

The team impounded over seven hundred bags of charcoal from the site and confiscated a number of rudimentary tools used by the dealers to cut and burn trees for charcoal burning and timber.
09:03
09:03

Tears As Police, NFA Raids Illegal Charcoal Camp in Amuru 3 5 Top story

Xavier Sekanabo from the Environmental Police Protection Unit who led the operation said that they have no mercy for the charcoal dealers because they are depleting the environment and indiscriminately destroying the endangered tree species including Afzelia Africana, shea and mahogany among others. She told URN that she has been in the business for only three months following a connection with a friend and has never cut trees or burnt charcoal but been buying in small scale.
17:52
17:52

We Won't Abandon Oil Despite Pressure - TOTAL Uganda Climate Change 3

At least 38 CSOs from Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo issued a communique rejecting the signing or conclusion of what they called secret agreements for the Tilenga, Kingfisher and East African Crude Oil Pipeline oil projects, until all court cases in various countries are determined. The cases mainly related to issues of human rights and the environment.
13:49
13:49

Fire Guts Carpentry Workshops in Kasese 2 4

Bernard Kazoora, the LCI Chairperson said that the fire gutted the business premises in the wee hours of Thursday morning and spread out to the entire workshops.
11:31
11:31

Lira District Commercial Officer Remanded Over Forgery 1

Josephine Alobo appeared before Lira Grade One Magistrate, Hillary Rwamiranga, on Thursday on three counts of obtaining money by false pretence and uttering false documents.
07:43
07:43

Umeme Ends "Corrective" Deductions on Customers' Accounts ERA 2

“By the time the directive was made we were actually at the tail-end of the rectification process, and 500,000 accounts were affected by the technical hitch in December”, said Kawujju. This was also confirmed by the head of Corporate and Consumer Affairs at ERA, Julius Wandera.
19:59
19:59

Bodies of More Cargo Truckers Killed in South Sudan Still Missing 1 3

Speaking to URN in an interview on Thursday, Mwatela disclosed that the number of the truckers killed is more because the gunmen torched over 40 trucks along the Yei-Juba route. He said the South Sudan authorities have since handed over the bodies of two Kenyan truckers.
16:58
16:58

Kiruhura and Kazo Lift Ban on Selling Milk 5

In a meeting held between the dairy farmers and district Foot and Mouth Task forces of both districts, it was agreed to lift the ban on the sale of milk for two weeks but under strict regulations.
16:19
16:19

Gulu University Dean Granted Bail

On Thursday, Mpora was granted non-cash bail of Three Million Shillings by the Grade One Magistrate Christine Turibamwe.
16:00
16:00

New Cities Can't Perform Without Financial Help - UN Agency 3

The Minister for Local Government Raphael Magyezi says that currently the urban local governments can only raise 17% of their budgetary needs and they have to rely on the central governments and other external sources to fund the gap. The ratio is much less at the rural local governments.
15:26
15:26

Kasese Farmers Turn to Apple Growing 2 5

The chairperson Kasese Apple Growers Organization-KAGO John Kamadi says they have ventured in the plant to diversify their household incomes.
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