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16:38
16:38

Police Resorts to Megaphones to Popularise Presidential Directive 4 2

David Mwebaze, the Kampala Metropolitan North Regional Community Liaison officer, says they have resorted to sensitise the traders using megaphones to encourage them to comply with the presidential directives.
14:56
14:56

Apac Residents Decry Delayed USMID Road Works 1 2

In February 2020, Apac Municipality received 487 Million Shillings for the construction of the two roads in the municipality which was supposed to start in March this year and end in June.
14:07
14:07

Dry Spell Sparks Hunger Concerns among Otuke Farmers prolonged dry spell 4 2

Bonny Ocen, the District Agricultural Officer advised the farmers to think of planting fast maturing crops especially the improved variety in order to avert the looming famine.
12:40
12:40

Traders in Jinja City Protest Closure of Shops business 6 2

Security personnel comprised of both police and UPDF on Monday afternoon closed down shops whose owners had resolved to operate normally, despite the presidential directive to temporarily close some businesses.
11:25
11:25

COVID-19: Panic as Kwania Run Short of PPE, Eight Health Workers Test Positive Ministry of Health 2 1 Top story

The district registered 59 cases in the past three weeks, including eight health workers that were all referred to Lira Regional Referral hospital for treatment raising fear among the frontline health workers.
11:07
11:07

Lockdown: Health Care, Utility Providers Want 10 Percent Rule On Staff Revised 4

However, Julius Mucunguzi, the head of communications at the Office of the Prime Minister says the directive might not be revised since it was done with the purpose of scaling done on a number of people at workplaces.
07:57
07:57

Three Markets in Kisoro Closed Over Failure to Observe SOPs 1 Top story

Captain Peter Mugisha, the Kisoro Resident District Commissioner who also chairs the District COVID-19 Task Force told URN on Monday evening that the decision to close the markets was reached in their meeting early in the day.
22:54
22:54

UDB Plans Projects To Lift 200,000 Out of Poverty By Next Year

As of June 2021, the bank says it approved credit of Ushs 706 Billion in various projects aligned to the overall recovery strategy, and expected the revived businesses to restore the number of jobs lost and increase revenues to government.
12:36
12:36

PSFU Executive Director Gideon Badagawa Dead 1 Top story

“The Board, Management and Staff of the Private Sector Foundation of Uganda PSFU, with deep sorrow, regret to announce the untimely death of their executive director, Mr Gideon Badagawa, who passed away this morning Monday, June 21st, 2021, in Mulago Hospital,” read a statement issued by Karuhanga.
15:09
15:09

45 Groups Get UGX 195M Under NUSAF III in Lira City NUSAF III project 7

George Ayo Ogwal, the NUSAF Desk Officer for Lira District Local Government explained that the groups received varied amounts of money depending on the number smaller groups under them.
12:53
12:53

Lira Boda- bodas Lack Goods to Carry Lira main market 5 1

Similarly, Bernard Opio also a boda boda motorcyclist at Odyek Ejang Market argues that most potential clients are finding it hard to trust boda boda riders with their luggage as they cannot be carried on the same motorcycle.
12:43
12:43

Private Businesses Rally to Rescue Health Sector With Oxygen Cylinders Covid 19

What is missing are the cylinders into which the manufactured oxygen is packed and administered to patients; our country has capacity to produce sufficient oxygen gas," says Elly Karuhanga, the PSFU Chairman.
11:40
11:40

Drivers Find Alternative Routes to Access Jinja city public transport 1 1

Other vehicles owned by utility service providers, which ferried excess passengers were also impounded, although most of their illegal passengers abandoned their transporters and fled.
17:32
17:32

National Water Summons Posta Uganda over Illegal Water Consumption boreholes 1 2

Stephen Lukwiya Gang, the Gulu Area Manager National Water disclosed in an interview with Uganda Radio Network on Friday that the entity is suffering losses with such illegal connections.
15:51
15:51

UN Draws Roadmap For Universal Access To Sustainable Energy GEF 1 Top story

The proposed global roadmap shows how universal access to sustainable energy can be achieved by 2030.
13:12
13:12

Unlicensed, Fake Witchdoctors Overwhelm Aduku Town Council

Jimmy Uhuru, the LCI chairperson of Aduku Township cell says they are concerned on the growing numbers of the witch-doctors who migrate mainly from Masindi, Kiryandongo and Nakasongola districts and illegally settle in their area.
18:22
18:22

Meat Shortage Hits Lira as Cattle Markets Remains Closed Lira Main Market 4

The restrictions have affected the demand for livestock products by restaurants, street vendors and other institutions. The six weekly cattle markets in the Lango sub-region include Amac, Apala, Aswa, Alito, Ajuri, and Barrio.
17:54
17:54

UNBS Directs Dealers To Take Sub-standard Iron Bars Off Market 1

“If found, the substandard iron bars will be seized and destroyed with no recourse and charges will be brought against you in accordance with the Laws of the Republic of Uganda. This warning takes immediate effect,” they statement warns.
15:18
15:18

Arua Residents Want Health, Road Sectors Prioritized in City Budget 1 4

According to some residents, they want the authorities to prioritize the health sector to manage the Covid19 strain and other diseases. They also want new roads constructed and the roads in a poor state rehabilitated.
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