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18:04
18:04

Brigadier Tumukunde Yet to Report Accident

Brigadier Henry Tumukunda, former Director for Internal Security Organization –ISO is yet to report to police five days after he was involved in a hit and run accident that claimed the life of Wilson Lukwago, a resident of Nsangi.
17:22
17:22

Mbale Football Administrator Dies football fans

Football fans in eastern Uganda are mourning the death of one of their administrators Moses Olecho.
17:11
17:11

MP Kikulukunyu Thrown Out Of Parliament

High Court in Kampala has nullified the election of Faisal Kikulukunyu, the Member of Parliament for Butambala County in Butambala district. Justice Kibuuka Musoke ruled that there was sufficient evidence to prove that Kikulukunyu bribed voters by buying for them steamers, leaving court with no option but to nullify the results and order a fresh election.
17:09
17:09

Court Refuses to Block Installation of Nebbi LC V Chairman

Justice Yasin Nyanzi has dismissed a petition filed by Robert Okumu, former Nebbi LC V chairman seeking to block the installation of his rival.
16:25
16:25

A4C Launches Walk to Work Phase Two

Activists for change have today launched a week of walk to work phase two starting next week.
16:22
16:22

Ministers Spend Six Hours In Court chogm trial

Ministers Sam Kutesa, John Nasasira and Mwesigwa Rukutana have finally left the anti corruption court, almost six hours after they were charged with two counts of abuse of office and causing government a financial loss of 14 billion shillings.
16:02
16:02

Kawempe Division Mayor Faces Censure 1

Voters in Kawempe Division are threatening to move a vote of no confidence in their divisional mayor for abandoning his duties.
16:00
16:00

Proline's Youth Team Off To Rwanda uganda sports

Proline’s youth team leaves for Kigali, Rwanda this evening for the U-19 invitational tournament kicking off tomorrow.
15:10
15:10

Mayuge Sugar Factory Increases Cane Buying price

Mayuge Sugar Factory has increased the buying price of sugarcane from out growers.
14:45
14:45

Poor Post Harvest Handling Affects Kabale Honey Market

Bee farmers in Kabale are losing market for their honey because of poor handling and storage.
14:31
14:31

Rakai Residents Ask IGG to Investigate Sale of Community Boat rakai district 4

Over 3000 residents from Lake Victoria’s Nangoma Island in Kyebe sub county Rakai district, have petitioned the office of the Inspector General of Government asking for investigations into the controversial sale of a community boat.
13:22
13:22

900 Miss Out on Free Medical Circumcision female circumcision

Over 900 people in Kamuli district have missed on the free medical male circumcision because of lack of surgical equipment over the past three months.
13:19
13:19

Kasumba Leads National Tennis Ladder uganda sports

As the on-going Tennis Challenge Ladder gets into week 19, John Kasumba is still unbeaten and leads the charts with six games and no loss.
13:01
13:01

Former SC Villa Tactician Eyes Rwanda's Amavubi amavubi of rwanda

Former Sports Club Villa tactician Micho Sredejovic is among the many coaches who have applied to take up the position of Rwanda national team coach.
12:52
12:52

Lwengo Businessman Detained for Starving Toddler

Lwengo police is holding a 60-year-old businessman accused of starving her one and half year old daughter.
12:50
12:50

UPDATE: Kutesa, Nasasira Granted Bail chogm trial

Ministers Sam Kutesa, John Nasasira and Mwesigwa Rukutana were on Thursday charged with two counts of abuse of office and causing government a financial loss of 14 billion shillings before the anti corruption court chief magistrate, Irene Akankwasa.
12:46
12:46

Obonyo Market Vendors In Jinja Relocated 1

Close to 200 vendors in Obonyo market in Jinja, have been relocated to Kazimingi market by Jinja municipal council authorities.
12:12
12:12

St Bakhita Girls School Suspends 15 Students test 1

St. Bakhita Girls’ secondary school has suspended 15 senior four students indefinitely for alleged indiscipline.
11:47
11:47

vendors Reconstruct Burnt Napier Market 1

Vendors in Jinja have embarked on the reconstruction of Nile Pier Market that was burned early this month.
11:29
11:29

Police Blocks Launch of Walk to Work II who

Police has deployed heavily at Christ the King church to block the launch of the second phase of the Walk to Work protests by Activists for Change.
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