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13:24
13:24

Will Nov. 2020 Riot Victims Ever Get Justice? 1 3 Top story

On Monday Nakitto staged a lone protest at the gate of parliament seeking justice for her 15-year-old son, Amos Ssegawa who was killed on November 18th.
11:31
11:31

Lira District Commercial Officer Remanded Over Forgery 1

Josephine Alobo appeared before Lira Grade One Magistrate, Hillary Rwamiranga, on Thursday on three counts of obtaining money by false pretence and uttering false documents.
08:07
08:07

Gov't Not Aware of 365 Missing Persons on NUP's list 2021 elections 3 1

Odongo was presenting to Parliament a statement on missing persons where he noted that out of the list of 423 people presented by NUP, they only know 58 of these who have been verified, on Thursday.
19:38
19:38

Ongwen Asks ICC To Spare Him From 'Further' Imprisonment 1 5

Ongwen who made submissions at The Hague based court on Thursday during a mitigation session of his case noted that for 27 years since his abduction as a child by the LRA rebels, he lived in prison in captivity.
14:13
14:13

Amuru District Revives Village COVID-19 Task Forces 2 1

In the past two weeks, the district has registered over 30 covid-19 positive cases from within the community and a few from the Elegu border post. Initially, the district was registering 5 to 10 cases since the beginning of the year.
13:48
13:48

Two Arrested As Relatives, Wives of NUP Detained Supporters Lead Peaceful Protest NUP supporters 3 1 Top story

"Our husbands are rotting in jail for supporting Kyagulanyi. Why make us suffer? Most of us have been kicked out of our homes because of rent arrears. Our children have not reported to schools. Why? She asked. The protesters who carried placards sang songs demanding the release of the suspects and they marched from Kamwokya to the city center.
11:37
11:37

12 Warriors Arrested in Connection With Attack in Moroto Municipality

Simon Lokol one of the residents in Moroto Municipality said living in Moroto Municipality has become insecure compare to ten years back when people used to sleep in their homes even when the doors are opened.
11:08
11:08

Karamojong Mother Stranded with Triplets

Maria, whose husband is a former cattle rustler and is now broke, told journalists who visited her that without the help of doctors and nurses who gave her some soap she didn’t know where to get those items from.
19:13
19:13

Brokers Hijack NIRA Processes, Making Millions in Bribes National ID 2

Although the process of registering for a national ID is supposed to be simple and straight forward, several Ugandans try to avoid the processes and opt for the services of brokers who offer to get all the papers signed and filed by NIRA staff and set an appointment for recording biodata. Each applicant who seeks the service of a broker pays not less than 50,000 Shillings.
16:52
16:52

Gulu Registers Reduction in 2020 UACE Candidates Gulu High School 1 3

Only 889 students registered for the exams compared to over 1,200 candidates in the previous 2019 and previous years.
17:33
17:33

First Ugandan IGP's Family Donates Land Police Post Nwoya District 2 1

Ben Okot, the Purongo Sub –County Chairman says the establishment of a Police Post will greatly help fight crimes and poaching that are so rampant in the area and that the 10kms distance from Purongo Police Post to Tangi Village makes timely police response in case emergencies difficult
15:04
15:04

Amuru RDC Orders Compulsory COVID-19 Vaccination for Frontline Workers Amuru District 2 1

In March, the district health department was the first to receive 3,000 dozes of the AstraZenica vaccine from the Ministry of Health targeting 486 registered health workers but only 10 of them have been vaccinated since then.
12:46
12:46

Mother Stages Lone Protest for Teenage Son Killed in November Protests 3 3

According to Nakitto, Ssegawa was killed by a stray bullet in Kisenyi as he scampered with her to board a taxi in Usafi Taxi Park to escape the riot. “He was shot in the mouth and fell down.
09:33
09:33

Lira Police Accused of Taking Kidnapped Child's Case Too Lightly 3

North Kyoga Regional Police spokesperson James Ekaju says three suspects have been arrested to investigate the incidents. He identified the suspects are Kenneth Opio, Walter Ojok and one only identified as Okello, all residents of Lira City.
08:02
08:02

1,400 Trucks Cleared for Travel to South Sudan delegates 1

According to Okema, the trucks were cleared for safe travel to, a day after they called off their strike to protest attacks by gunmen in South Sudan. The latest attack took place along the Yei-Juba route where 8 Ugandan truck drivers were killed.
15:32
15:32

Elegu Residents Appeal for Massive COVID-19 Test IGAD 1 2

Jackline Atim, a resident of Lorikor West in Elegu town council says the drivers and residents were freely mixing and interacting without observing the standard operating procedures aimed at fighting the spread of COVID-19 which includes face mask wearing, social distancing and hand washing among others.
07:31
07:31

Bishop Ssemogerere Blames Poverty on Greedy, Selfish Leaders 5 4

According to Bishop Ssemogerere, many people have the capacity to own such a Business Hub built by Erasmus Musisi, the Treasurer of the Laity in Kasana-Luweero Diocese but those in authority have failed to lift them out of poverty.
07:14
07:14

UHRC Letter Not Enough for Muganga to Get Treatment 2 2 Top story

Muganga, 24, a taxi conductor was kidnapped on December 21 2020, from Kabembe Stage along Kayunga road in Mukono North. He spent 53 days in detention at an unknown facility going through torture.
14:05
14:05

Residents in Apaa Township Abandon Farming over Fear Apaa land conflict. 1 1

Kenneth Opoka the Local Chairperson for Lulai Village says that hundreds of farmers in his area have resorted to small scale farming majorly around their homesteads for fears that they may be attacked while cultivating in distant places.
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