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06:40
06:40

Opposition Parties Demand Implementation of IPOD Council Resolutions 5

Muhammad Mayanja, the Chairman of JEEMA, says that the summit passed regulations regarding the implementation of the Public Order Management Act- POMA, which are yet to be implemented by the government.
18:18
18:18

UPDF Protests US Sanctions Against Major. Gen. Abel Kandiho 1

In her brief statement issued on Tuesday, the Defense Ministry Spokesperson, Brigadier Flavia Byekwaso says that they are disappointed that the US could take such a decision without due process.
10:29
10:29

Suspended Former FDC Candidate Quits Party 1 3

Ntabose was suspended by the FDC Secretary General Nathan Nandala Mafabi for engaging in activities that are hostile to the party.
19:29
19:29

Forget About Unfulfilled NRM Pledges, Mpuuga Tells Luwero Residents 3 1

Among the pledges are elevation of Nakaseke hospital to regional referral, compensation of veterans, construction of Luwero district headquarters and a pineapple processing plant to add value to produce among others.
15:00
15:00

60% Time, 38% Money for Lira Roads Gone yet Only 10% Work is Done USMID project 1 4

Morris Chris Ongom, the chairperson Lira City Development Forum cited unfavorable physical conditions and political interference as barriers to effective implementation and development of the project.
13:25
13:25

Four Ugandan Universities to Pilot Heritage Studies 4

Ojambo however says there is a need to first train experts in cultural heritage studies to guide learners in primary and secondary schools and also in communities.
12:14
12:14

FDC Suspends Former Candidate, Terminates 3 Others for Defying Party Constitution 1 1

Ntabose has been seen in court calling affidavits for the election petition of Mbaju Jackson Tatikha, the former Member of Parliament for Busongora South who contested as an independent candidate after losing the FDC ticket to another contender. He later crossed to the National unity Platform-NUP.
14:13
14:13

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Reserved for Hard to Reach Areas 5 1 Top story

The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 single-dose vaccine has been reported to be compatible with standard vaccine storage and distribution channels with ease of delivery to remote areas and can be transported using the same cold chain technologies used to transport treatments for cancer, immunological disorders and other medicines.
13:09
13:09

Political Divisions, Land Grabbing Dominate Kayunga Campaigns Kayunga By-election 4 1

As they start their campaigns, the candidates messages to the electorate are centred around resolving the challenges that have characterised Kayunga over the years. One of the key issues is the decade long fight between the NRM District Chairperson Moses Karangwa and the Woman Member of Parliament Idah Nantaba.
17:55
17:55

Leaders in Kamuli Accuse Civil Servants of Withholding Information 5

Maxwell Charles Mugude, the Kamuli LCV Chairperson, says although politicians are supposed to be supervising what civil servants and technocrats are doing, many times politicians are denied access to basic information which complicates their duties.
10:53
10:53

NUP, NRM Candidates Start Open Campaigns in Kayunga By-election DP 2 5

The race attracted six candidates including Andrew Muwonge of the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM party, Harriet Nakwede of the National Unity Platform-NUP, Anthony Waddimba from the Democratic Party-DP and independent candidates; Boniface Bandikubi, Majid Nyanzi and Jamil Kamoga. They are all seeking to replace Feffeka Serubogo, who died just months after taking office.
15:11
15:11

ANT Demands Repayment Plan for Entebbe Airport Loan 1 3

At a recent investigation by the Parliament Committee on Commissions Statutory Authority and State Enterprises- COSASE, it emerged that the agreement compelled Uganda to establish an escrow account to hold all revenues. The agreement also gave China powers to approve CAA budgets before spending the money and China to inspect CAA and Uganda’s books of account something interpreted as eroding Uganda’s sovereignty.
14:45
14:45

EALA: Ugandans Lose Top Job, to Fight for Clerk Assistant, Hansard Editor 1

The Ugandan legislators boycotted the sittings and their counterparts from Burundi and S. Sudan followed, prompting the Speaker to suspend the house for three days for lack of quorum. South Sudan is now the biggest winner after the protest saw 11 out of the 60 vacant positions ring-fenced for the EAC's youngest nation.
10:40
10:40

Delayed Compensation of Lango War Claimants Irks Speaker of Parliament NRM Party 3 4 Top story

This has not gone down well with Oulanyah. While addressing the NRM leaders, Oulanyah blamed the delayed compensation of the Lango war claimants on the office of the Attorney General, which he accused of coming up with unnecessary bureaucracies.
09:36
09:36

Councilor in Trouble for Corruption 2

According to Akampurira, Kwebangira assured her that he would pass over the money to Rukungiri District Service Commission officials to ensure she secured the job.
09:41
09:41

Nine Candidates to Contest in Rakai Residual, By-elections 1 3

Sylvia Kyohairwe Tegyeza, the Rakai District Returning Officer Tegyeza asked the candidates and their supporters to adhere to the COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures-SOPs and refrain from acts of violence.
16:43
16:43

NGO Debate: “You’re Doing Nothing, We are Doing Impactful Work” 4 1

But when given an opportunity to explain what informed his piece, Serunkuma bashed NGOs further, arguing that they don’t understand their origin. Serunkuma, is a theorist. And his theory is that NGOs were born from structural adjustment programs broached by International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank.
16:38
16:38

EC Blames Police for Facilitating Illegal Procession in Kayunga 2 2

The EC Public Relations Officer Paul Bukenya says they have cautioned candidates against holding campaigns and processions before December 2, but to their surprise police has relaxed on the enforcement role which has given the NRM candidate Andrew Muwonge opportunity to stage procession immediately after his nomination.
09:58
09:58

Five Nominated For Residual, By-elections in Rakai 6 1

The by-election will be conducted for the Kifamba Male Youth Councilor position which fell vacant following the death of Augustine Jaggwe of National Unity Platform-NUP who died in a car accident. The other position is for the Female Elderly Representative for Lwentulege Town council, PWD which is vacant following the death of Regina Nambooze.
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