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17:22
17:22

Col. Bantariza Laid to Rest 2

President Yoweri Museveni, who was represented by Gen Kahinda Otafiire described Bantariza as a trustworthy, patient, and a hero who was never betrayed his country.
16:17
16:17

Construction of Moroto Children's Remand Home Stalls 1 1

According to Bumba, the first phase included the construction of the boys’ dormitory that was expected to be completed in March this year is still ongoing.
15:28
15:28

Mukono Hospital Workers Strike 3 5 Top story

William Mule, who was the coordinator of laboratory technicians in Mukono district died on Wednesday morning while being transferred from Kiruddu hospital to Mulago National Referral Hospital for further management.
13:20
13:20

Covid-19: Tara Health Center III Closed After One Staff Tests Positive covid19 1 2

Dr Paul Onzubo the District Health Officer Maracha says that they are establishing where the in-charge could have contracted the virus from.
10:42
10:42

Masaka Man To Serve 25 Year Jail Term For Killing Grandfather masaka high court

Prosecution led by Jacob Nahurira told High Court that Ssempijja grew up with his grandfather, Suli Ssaloingo who gave him 4 acres of land because of the love he had for him. However, instead of using the land, Ssempijja started selling it off, which didn’t go down well with his grandfather.
09:25
09:25

Close to 2000 Underage Girls Impregnated in Kitgum During Lockdown 3 1 Top story

Kitgum District LC 5 Chairperson, Jackson Omona, says the overwhelming cases of teenage pregnancies are worrying.
20:26
20:26

Uganda's Child Pregnancy Numbers are Bad, says UN women empowerment 3

The UN Fund for Population Activities Country Representative in Uganda Alain Sibenaler, says children, girls and women should be empowered to have a say on whether to have sex or not, otherwise, there is no empowerment.
13:14
13:14

18% of P7 Girls in One Butaleja School Married Off During Lockdown 4 1

According to the head teacher of the school, Paul Francis Mugoya, before closure of schools in March by the President, he had 28 girls and 28 boys in P.7 but only 23 girls have since reported back to school with 5 of them missing. They have received reports from the community that the other P.7 learners that the five girls have since been married off after they were made pregnant. But the headteacher is grumbling because the girls' parents have remained silent about their daughters' fate.
10:51
10:51

Two SPLA Soldiers Killed in Clashes With UPDF

The soldiers had reportedly encroached into Ugandan territory and erected a roadblock one and a half kilometres from Ngomoromo border post in Lokung sub-county.
07:13
07:13

UPDF, S.Sudan Gunmen Exchange Gunfire over Boundary in Lamwo Lokung Subcounty

Security personnel at Ngomoromo border checkpoint who sought anonymity for fear of reprisal said that the armed men invaded the Ugandan territory on Monday night and erected a roadblock at Lakolori, a kilometre from the previous checkpoint in Otwilo all territories on the Ugandan side.
18:30
18:30

Floods submerge Key Kyarushongyera bridge 1

The affected parishes are well known for the production of milk and bananas that are majorly consumed by town people in Kebisoni, Buyanja and Rukungiri town. The half kilometer bridge connects Bwega parish to Burora parish in Nyarushanje sub- County as well Burora to Bunono parishes in the same sub- county.
18:01
18:01

TASO Enrolls Back 200 on ART Treatment in Gulu Deaths 1 1

Michael Ochwoo, the Centre Manager for TASO Gulu says several persons living with HIV who could not afford transport at the time of the lockdown were forced to abandon treatment.
15:32
15:32

Nansana's Akright Road Caves in, Over 700 Residents Lose Access 4 2

Ochieng Zone LC1 chairperson Lawrence Kibirige says that despite so many formal communications made to Nansana Municipality calling for technical attention to the road, there has not been any response for two weeks now.
12:02
12:02

Nwoya District Halts Road Works over Heavy Rains 1 2

The district last week embarked on grading and maintaining its roads following public outcry on the poor states of the roads.
10:16
10:16

Katakwi Registers Surge in Teenage Pregnancies Katakwi District 2 1

According to the report, Katakwi Town Council leads with 190 cases, followed by Magoro with 188, Usuk Sub County 177, Katakwi Sub County 137, Ongongoja Sub County with 115 cases, Ngariam 89, Kapujan 87 and Omodoi 100 while Palam Sub County registered the least number with eleven cases.
23:28
23:28

Police Constable Arrested for Hiring Out Gun to Civilian in Kole 1

It’s alleged that Alunyu hired out the gun to Okecha who intern used it to threaten homes of Moses Ojok, Nixson Moro and Tom Okello, all residents of Akaidebe B Village, Akwirididi parish, Aboke Sub County on Sunday evening.
15:35
15:35

Victims of Lwengo NRM Primary Elections Violence Seek Justice 2

Patrick Kabigumira, the Musubiiro village NRM elections presiding officer in Lwengo Sub County, who was badly beaten during the polls wants police to arrest and cause the prosecution of his attackers.
14:53
14:53

120 Houses Submerged Under Floods in Nwoya District. Food relief 1

According Patrick Okello Oryema, Nwoya district LCV chairperson, they have tasked the local leaders to document and carry out assessment of the level of destruction to be submitted to the Office of the Prime Minister.
14:36
14:36

Rampant Murders Worry Acholi Leaders 1 2

In the past three weeks, at least 8 murder cases have been registered in the region. The latest is by one Kenneth Ogwang who Police say axed his wife Betty Akello to death on Thursday Last week from Kole district.
14:07
14:07

80 Staff of Mbale School of the Deaf Suspended After Demanding Salary Arrears 2

According to Mwayafu, they tried to pressurize Nelima last week to pay them but were instead served with suspension letters forcing them to seek redress from the office of the Board chairperson.
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