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07:53
07:53

Lawyers Feud Over Arbitration Center ICAMEK

Some of the lawyers say the center was founded on an illegality since it doesn’t fell under the mandate of ULS and the fact that the constitution mandates the government of Uganda to offer services the center seeks to offer.
07:26
07:26

Three Held In Kasese With Medical Supplies Destined for DRC 1

Kasese Resident District Commissioner, Lt. Joe Walusimbi confirmed the arrest but declined to reveal the identities of the suspects for fearing of jeopardizing investigations. According to Walusimbi, the trio was arrested on May 22 with an assortment of medical supplies destined for DRC.
07:10
07:10

Two Suspected Spies Arrested in Kamwezi 1 Top story

Both Richard Ecega, the Kigezi Region Police Commander and the Kigezi Region Police Spokesperson, Elly Maate declined to comment and instead referred URN to Uganda Police Spokesperson, Fred Enaga who couldn’t be reached by the time of filing this story.
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20:00

Museveni, Teachers Agree to Suspend Strike President Museveni 3 1 Top story

Uganda National Teachers Union- UNATU agreed with President Yoweri Museveni to suspend the planned teacher’s strike for one term as government mobilizes funds for their
17:10
17:10

Museveni Unveils Plans to tarmac Atiak-Yumbe Road road tarmacking 1 2

He also disclosed that the road from Yumbe to Arua via Terego County and the security road from Pakwach through Obongi to Dufile shall equally be sealed.
16:34
16:34

Farmers Face Arrest for Harvesting Immature Coffee farming 1 1 Top story

Albert Mugabe, the Ntungamo District Production Officer, says green berries affect the quality of coffee and must be dealt with. He says extension workers in the sub counties have also been put on alert to ensure that those behind the practice do not get away with it.
16:11
16:11

Vanilla Harvest Guidelines Excite Kasese Farmers

Kasitori Baluku, another farmer in Kyalhumba sub county, says the bigger challenge is with the traders especially early buyers who continue to raid the market in Kasese and lure farmers into selling premature vanilla.
15:55
15:55

Language Barrier Hindering Refugee Access to Justice–Report 1

Sylvia Namubiru Mukasa, the Executive Director LASPNET, says cases like sexual assault; theft and trespass are on the increase among the refugee host communities.
15:24
15:24

Building Kills Granny, Four Children collapsed building 2

Kenneth Male Nsereko, the LC I chairperson Seguku Cell 4, says the affected building was sitting in a wetland. He says a number of residents are increasingly building in wetlands, which affects the water flow.
14:47
14:47

Poor Implementation of Military Principles Affecting UPDF-Brig. Kyazze country 2 1

Kyazze noted that most soldiers train in various courses but fail to implement the skills in their daily activities, which undermines professionalism of the force.
14:24
14:24

Division Chairperson on the Spot for Leasing Municipal Land 1

Samson Niwenyesiga, the Kibare Ward councilor, says they are wondering how the chairperson leased the land to a private developer in disregard of procedures. Samson Niwenyesiga the councilor for Kibare ward says that the authorities are wondering how the land in question could be sold leased out to developer without following the due process of the law.
14:09
14:09

UCU Canons End Warrior's Unbeaten Run lugogo mtn arena 1

The charged warriors led the first half of the game 18-16 and 16-13 before the UCU side maintained a 15-15 tie by the end of the third quarter. The last quarter however, saw the UCU side widen the gap with an 18-11 win to give them a final 62-60 lead against the unbeaten Warriors.
13:39
13:39

Taxi Kills Four Kenyan Pilgrims accident 2 3 Top story

The deceased Kenyan victims who were on their way to Namugongo Martyrs shrine have since been identified as Sarah Adiambo, Godfrey Abaga, Kevinah Akila, and Roselyn Mutunga.
13:10
13:10

Rwanda Denies Kamwezi Border Shooting 4 Top story

The Rwanda National Police Spokesperson, John Bosco Kabera issued a statement on Saturday evening refuting the Ugandan narrative, saying the shooting occurred at Tabangwe sector in Nyagatare district. He says Rwandan security shot Nkyerengye and Nyesiga when he turned violent and resisted arrest with the help of others people from Uganda who were armed with machetes.
12:26
12:26

Relocation of Airport Taxis Angers Drivers 1 2 Top story

The operators led by their Chairperson, Jackson Sserubidde are now pleading with Civil Aviation Authority to reconsider offering them space close to the main parking of the airport where they can easily pick up travelers to their final destination.
12:08
12:08

Nakaseke District Introduces Guidelines On Hepatitis B Vaccination accreditation 3

John Kyeyune, the Kapeeka sub county LC V councilor, says a secondary school in his area recently hired a private health worker to conduct tests and vaccinate students against Hepatitis B but few month later two cases were detected at the school.
11:11
11:11

OWC Heifers Divides Kalungu Residents 2

Charles Muyanja, the Bukulula sub county chairperson, defended the heifer distribution exercise, saying there is need for leaders to tell people proper procedures of benefiting from the program.
10:53
10:53

Rwenzori High Old Students in UGX 200 Million Drive to Revamp School 5 1 Top story

Benson Kikumbwa Baluku, the head of investment and infrastructure Rwenzori High Old Students Association (RHOSA), says the old students are now hunting for close to Shillings 200 million to revamp the institution.
10:37
10:37

Court Sets Date to Rule on MP Zaake’s Escape Case 2 1

Herbert Wanyoto, the then West Nile Region Intelligence Officer received the legislator and took him to Arua Hospital because of severe injuries where he reportedly handed him to an intern-Dr. Andrew Adebo and returned to CPS.
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10:36

Army Worms Ravage Gardens in Mbale 1

Alex Kisukulu, a farmer in Busamaga cell in Wanale Division in Mbale municipality is one of the farmers whose maize gardens have been devastated by army worms.
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