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07:41
07:41

Buliisa Leaders, Residents Demand Skilling Centre for Oil Jobs Oil and gas 3

The jobs in the sector relate to tasks in exploring oil and gas fields, extracting natural resources, and refining to make them useable.
14:58
14:58

Leaders in Buliisa Protest Delayed Resettlement of Flood Victims Floods 2 3

Simon Agaba Kinene, the Buliisa LCV Chairperson says that they have submitted several reports to the government through the office of the prime minister for intervention in vain.
11:10
11:10

Buliisa Oil Project Affected Persons Get Houses Total E$P 7 2

At least 29 houses with land titles, were handed over to the Project Affected Persons-PAPs at Uduk II Village Ngwedu sub-county, Buliisa district on Monday, as part of the Tilenga Resettlement Action Plan Implementation. One house is yet to be fully completed.
16:41
16:41

Police Hands Over Two Congolese Soldiers to UPDF Fishermen 1 1

The Congolese soldiers were arrested on Friday night last week while robbing Ugandan fishermen of their boats, nets and boat Engines near Bugoigo landing site in Buliisa district and Dei in Pakwach district.
19:08
19:08

Flood Victims in Bunyoro Demand to be Resettled Lake Albert 3 1

While campaigning in the Bunyoro sub-region last month, President Museveni promised that government would avail land to have the victims resettled immediately.
14:26
14:26

14 More Bodies of Lake Albert Accident Victims Recovered Boat accident 1 Top story

At least 57 people were aboard the boat that capsized near Songa-Lendu landing site in Buliisa district while heading to Panyimur fish market in Pakwach District. Twelve people escaped the accident as they were rescued by fishermen. Police have since attributed the boat accident to dangerous loading.
14:59
14:59

30 Feared Dead on Lake Albert deceased persons 1 Top story

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region police spokesperson, says marine police has joined local fishermen to search for the bodies of the missing businessmen. He says the retrieved bodies are still lying at Songalendu landing site as police make arrangements to transport them to Buliisa Hospital mortuary for postmortem.
12:34
12:34

Body of Unidentified Man Recovered from Lake Albert fishermen 1

According to Aweera, the deceased who is believed to be in his 50’s isn’t known in the area. Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region police spokesperson, says the body is lying at Buliisa general hospital pending postmortem and positive identification. .
11:22
11:22

Floods Kill One in Buliisa. Fisherman 1

The deceased identified as Bright Musinguzi 32, a resident of Kigoya village Buliisa sub county Buliisa district was swept away by floods resulting from the water levels of Lake Albert on Wednesday Morning.
12:14
12:14

Hospital Submerged, Patients Share Bathrooms With Butiaba Primary Schoolchildren floods 5 3

The floods have submerged staff quarters, maternity, male and female wards, store and the Out Patient Department -among other facilities in the Health Centre.
15:03
15:03

One Shot Dead For Siphoning Fuel in Buliisa fuel siphoning 2

Muhammad Mutazindwa met his death at Bukuli village in Biiso Sub County in Buliisa district in the wee hours of this morning. According to preliminary information obtained by our reporter, the deceased was siphoning fuel from trucks belonging to China Chongqing International Construction Company Limited-CICO together with three others still at large.
14:08
14:08

MPs Mukitale, Nyendwoha Win NRM Primaries in Buliisa

Mukitale polled 10,074 votes to defeat his closest rival Allan Atugonza who came second with 9,865 votes. The other contender Moses Muwavu polled 2,103 votes while Happy Rogers came last with 1,750 votes.
17:33
17:33

Buliisa Flood Victims Demand to be Resettled Lake Albert 1 4

The victims now want the government to acquire land and have them resettled since the floods are not likely to end soon and could affect their livelihoods for many years.
16:12
16:12

Pictorial: Hundreds Displaced in Buliisa By Rising Lake Albert Water Levels 10 Top story

The most affected landing sites are Wanseko, Katanga, Masaka, in Kigwera sub county, Kawaibanda, Butiaba, Boma, Kigangaizi, Tugombili, Walukuba and Bugoigo. Others are Kamagongoro, Kigungu, Serule, Piida, Waisoki, Triangle and Magali in Butiaba Sub county, Kabolwa and Kigoya landing sites in Kigoya sub county.
14:01
14:01

Bunyoro King Asks Gov’t to Extend Relief Food to Bullisa Flood Victims Residents 2 5

Omukama Iguru is bothered about the slow response of the government.
16:49
16:49

200 More Homesteads Submerged in Buliisa water levels 1 3

William Bamuturaki, one of the affected fishermen at Tugombilli landing site says the situation is unbearable for them since they have nowhere to go and lack food.
10:16
10:16

Drug Shortage Hits Biiso Health Center III Health facility 4 1

David Lukumu, the Health Center In charge, says they lack essential supplies such as anti-malaria drugs, antibiotics, vaccines, syringes, gloves, catheters, and gauze among others.
15:27
15:27

Over 500 Homesteads Submerged by Water in Buliisa District Floods 6 3

The most affected people are from the landing sites of Kawaibanda, Butiaba, Boma, Kigangaizi, Tugombili, Walukuba, Bugoigo, Kamagongoro, Kigungu, Serule, Piida, Waisoki, Triangle and Magali, where the majority of the affected people are sleeping in the cold, under trees, in the nearby churches and schools.
16:58
16:58

Curfew Combats Cattle Thefts in Bunyoro cattle farmers 3 1

Statistics at the Albertine police Criminal Investigations Department indicate that more than 200 cows were stolen from the region between December 2019, and February 2020. These animals were being stolen and transported to Kampala, Gulu, Masaka, Mbale, Arua, Soroti and South Sudan among other places.
14:52
14:52

Absence of Equipment Cripples Theatre Operations at Buliisa Health Center IV Women 4

In 2016, all the theatre equipment including an operating table, oxygen Cylinder, aesthetic machine, surgical Microscopes, Medical Gas and sterilizer among others in the theatre were shifted to Buliisa General Hospital.
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