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19:34
19:34

COVID-19 Patients in Pader Protest Poor Conditions at Isolation Center

One of the patients who preferred anonymity for fear of reprisals told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that access to food, water and electricity at the facility remains a big concern.
18:34
18:34

We Shall Pardon Akena-UPC Vice President Court of Appeal 2 1

Kamure alleges that during Akena’s illegal tenure in office, the party was driven on non UPC ideologies since the later sought for an alliance with President Museveni’s National Resistance Movement Party-NRM.
18:27
18:27

Kitgum to Start Managing Covid-19 Patients With Mild Symptoms 4 1

Over the weekend, Gulu Regional Referral Hospital authorities rejected admitting COVID-19 patients from Kitgum citing space constraints.
16:55
16:55

Private Medical Center in Kitgum Closed After Covid-19 Patient Dies

The former Kitgum District Vice Chairperson Billy Graham Odongkara was admitted at the facility last Wednesday with the low blood pressure but died hours later Thursday morning from breathing complications.
12:37
12:37

Gulu Community Taught How To Preserve Pork Gulu Univeristy 1

Gulu University Vice-Chancellor professor George Openjuru Ladaah says pork producers in the region haven’t yet capitalized on food value addition thus presenting a virgin market with limited competition.
07:49
07:49

Gulu Rejects 24 Covid-19 Patients From Kitgum Citing Space Constraints 3 1 Top story

Dr James Elima, the Director Gulu Regional Referral Hospital confirmed to URN in an interview that they are no longer admitting more patients because the facility is out of space.
05:59
05:59

Church Steps Up Fight Against Teenage Pregnancy in East Acholi Kitgum Diocese 2 1

Pader district acting Education Officer Francis Olwoch says that of the 800 cases of teenage pregnancy in the district, 168 were primary and secondary school-going girls, according to the statistics obtained from 36 government health facilities where the teenagers had reported for antenatal services.
11:28
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Pader District Chairperson Loses NRM Flag to Fearless Obwoya 1

Largo trailed in the third position with 10,016 votes, behind former Pader District Chairperson Alfred Akena who garnered 11,678 votes. The victor, Rtd Col Obwoya secured the flag with 14,645 votes, according to results released by Pader NRM Registrar Simon Peter Sankara on Saturday.
16:01
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Court Summons Musician Bosmic Otim Over Academic Papers Bosmic Joyce Otim 2

Ocaya is now praying to the high court to nullify the nomination and stop Bosmic Otim from further competing in the Chua West Parliamentary race. He also wants to be declared as the NRM flag bearer in Chua West county.
16:42
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Limited Knowledge About Candidates Keeps Kitgum Voters Away from NRM Polls 4 1

Lucy Acan, a vendor at Mon Bunyu market in Pandwong Division says only one of the aspirants made a last minute appearance soliciting for votes from them on Thursday evening which wasn’t adequate to warrant him victory.
16:23
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Kitgum Task-Force to Regulate Movement of Prison Staff Over Covid-19

Test results released by the Health Ministry on Wednesday indicate a total of 76 inmates at Kitgum Government Prison tested positive to COVID-19 out of 80 confirmed cases the district registered.
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Musician Bizo Man Drowns In River River Pager 1 1

In July, an enrolled nurse drowned at the same spot where Bizo Man has drowned!
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Losing Chua East NRM Flag Was a Surprise -Oryem 1 5

Speaking to Uganda Radio Network Oryem conceded defeat but noted that he never anticipated losing the elections. Oryem, however, says despite the surprising outcome of the elections, he had always planned for an exit, from 2006, when he lost the seat to Livingstone Okello-Okello.
05:55
05:55

Minister Okello Oryem Loses Chua East NRM Flag 1 2

Luwo was declared winner of the hotly contested Chua East county at half past midnight by the Kitgum Registrar Cyrus Odongkene. He polled 14,906 votes representing 62.62 percent of votes cast against Oryem’s 9,036 votes.
20:49
20:49

Live Bullets, Teargas Rock Kitgum as Police Battles Rowdy Locals 1

The locals who had participated in the NRM primary elections in Lalekan polling station in Kiteny village demanded to get all Kiteny sub-county results from the presiding officer to enable them to understand the results between incumbent Chua East legislator Henry Okello Oryem and Godfrey Luwo who was reportedly leading in most polling stations.
19:51
19:51

Police Disperses Jubilant NRM Members For Flouting COVID-19 Guidelines NRM party Primaries 3

Several of the Nrm supporters consisting of old, young, women and men wore no masks and failed to observe social distance in disregard of the health Ministry Guidelines on preventing spread of covid-19.
18:41
18:41

Musician Bosmic Otim Enjoys Early Lead in Chua West County Bosmic Joyce Otim 1

For instance, in Akworo Tecwa south polling station, Otim garnered 87 votes while Ocaya got only one vote. In Akworo North Polling station, Otim got 76 votes while Ocaya didn't get any vote. In Paibwor West Polling station in Labongo Layamo sub-county, Otim secured 48 votes while Ocaya managed a paltry five votes.
17:34
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Hundreds of Kitgum Voters Miss NRM Primary Elections 2 1

In Polling stations within and outside the Municipality, a number of those who were supposed to vote after verifying their names earlier missed the exercise while others arrived late at the polling stations.
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Bosmic’s Parliamentary Ambitions Hang in Balance Chua West County 2

According to verified results released by UNEB, Otim obtained a subsidiary pass in General Paper, F in History and Christian Religious Education and never sat for the Economics paper.
04:51
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David Obol Otori Appointed Gulu University Secretary 2 1

Otori, 51, will now replace Asaf Adebua who has been in acting capacity as the University Secretary for the past two years.
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