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08:19
08:19

Oil Pipeline: Kyotera Affected Persons Petition Parliament over Unfair Compensation 1

Led by Vincent Birimuye, the petitioners are opposed to the 33,000 and 25,000 Shillings as the evaluated cost for coffee and banana plants respectively, arguing the rates are unfair compared to the evaluation reports in other districts.
13:51
13:51

PDM Program Fails to Take Off in Kyotera Two Months After Launch 1 6

Antonio Kalyango, the Lwankoni Sub-county Councilor, says that the district is left with only two months for the first phase of the program to expire.
14:56
14:56

Suspect Hangs Himself In Kalisizo Police Cell

The deceased has been identified as Robert Luyima, 35, a resident of Matale village, in Kalisizo town council. It is said that Luyima had been arrested for whipping his nephew who messed up a house that was left in order.
13:49
13:49

Sango Bay Land Eviction Unlawful: Kadaga, District Leaders 1 5 Top story

Kadaga also the Minister for East African Affairs told URN in Mutukula that it would be unfair to render the occupants homeless yet the majority have spent over 40 years on the land. Her remarks come at a time when the occupants have been given seven days to peacefully vacate the land or be forced out to pave way for the oil palm project.
00:46
00:46

Kakuuto HCIV Maternity Ward in Bed Crisis as Expectant Mothers Increase 2 2

According to Dr. Aloysious Musoke, the Medical Officer in charge of Kakuuto HCIV, they have a 15-bed capacity which is not enough for the increasing number of patients at the maternity ward. He explains that they usually make between 4 and 6 deliveries every day which averages between 120 and 180 deliveries every month.
10:55
10:55

Total to Review Kyotera Compensation Rates 1 3

Martin Tiffen, the General Manager- East African Crude Oil Pipeline Project- EACOP says they agreed to consider revised rates of 2020/2021 which Kyotera District leaders presented to the Chief Government Valuer for approval.
09:42
09:42

Sango Bay Oil Palm Project Fails to Start Over Delayed Boundary Opening 1 4

According to Teopista Mbabazi, the Kyotera Deputy Resident District Commissioner, they did not meet the deadline due to delays in the processing of the PAPs documents among other challenges.
11:41
11:41

Police Arrest Three Suspected Terrorists In Kyotera 3 1

Muhammad Nsubuga, the Southern Regional police spokesperson, says the suspects were arrested on Monday evening and are currently in custody at Kyotera police station. The suspects are Hussein Muhammad Buyondo, Majid Ssekabira, and Joseph Kakeeto.
12:10
12:10

Kyotera Strange Disease Patients Shun Isolation Centre, Flock to Traditional Healers 2 4

According to Dr. Alloysious Musoke, in charge of Kakuuto HCIV, the Ministry Of Health sent two teams to work jointly with the World Health Organisation, Masaka regional referral hospital and Kakuuto Health team to identify the actual cause of the illness.
14:17
14:17

Relatives of Missing Persons Ask NUP to Reconsider Position of Negotiating Their Release 2020/2021 election 1 2

NUP party leadership strongly rejected calls by some of its members to seek out government, to negotiate for the release of their supporters who were kidnapped during last year’s election cycle and remained in cells some in unknown locations.
08:20
08:20

Death Toll Rises To 10 As Strange Disease Kills Kyotera Parish Councilor 1 1

According to Dr. Janefrancis Zalwango, the Masaka Regional WHO epidemiologist, they initially thought it was Ebola, Marburg, Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF), and Rift Valley Fever (RVF).
14:12
14:12

Police Rescues Baby Stolen From Wakiso, Arrests Suspect 3

But Ssenyondo’s joy was short-lived after learning that the baby had been stolen from Wakiso. The baby’s mother, Florence Nabukko recounts how Nanyonga disappeared with her baby.
14:52
14:52

A Year After Political Abductions, Victims Struggling to Rebuild Their Livelihoods 1 3

Muwonge says that in addition to emotional stress, the victims are also suffering from strange health complications, which occasioned the gross mistreatment and torture they suffered during the period they stayed in confinement.
09:16
09:16

Abitex Cancels New Year Concert in Tanzania 1 1

Abitex had organised the concert in Tanzanian territory, where there are no restrictions on crowds and movement as the case is, in Uganda. But border authorities issued tough conditions for Ugandans planning to cross to Tanzania for the concert requiring them to first take a COVID test within 72 hours before exiting the country.
10:54
10:54

Ugandan Revellers Cautioned Against Crossing to Tanzania for New Year Concerts 1 2

The concerts include one organised by Abbey Musinguzi, the proprietor of Abitex Promotions and others by different promoters. The New Year concerts follow a massive Christmas concert that was organised by Abitex at Happiness Hotel in Mutukula –Tanzania, in which more than 20 Ugandan artists featured and attracted hundreds of Ugandans.
09:15
09:15

Compensation of Sango Bay Residents Fails to Take off As Planned residents stranded 2 1

According to Francis Kizza, the Kyebe Sub-county Councilor and the chairperson for the Sango Bay affected people, the compensation process has not started as it had been planned.
08:26
08:26

Kyotera Village Chairmen Get Gov't Bicycles 10-Years After Presidential Pledge 4 1

The procurement was halted following allegations of corruption by some government officials who misappropriated up to 4.6 billion Shillings from the money allocated for the project.
10:47
10:47

OAC Ordains Priest, Nineteen Deacons 2 1

Bishop Cornelius Kateregga Bakubanja, the leader of the OAC in Uganda cautioned the group against sexual abuse, which is eating away the Church of Christ.
08:03
08:03

Strange Disease Claims More than 10 Lives in Kyotera 5

Denis Muyunga, the area LCIII Chairman, says that the residents first developed symptoms such as nausea, severe fever, vomiting, chest pain, a sore throat, abdominal pain, swelling on the arms, and diarrhoea. A number of them died within two or three days after presenting the symptoms.
15:28
15:28

Kyotera Victims of Election Abductions Flee Homes For Safety 1 3

Sulait Kyambadde, one of the victims of the Kyotera political abductions, says they lost contact with some of their colleagues shortly after they were released.
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