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18:20
18:20

Multibillion Solar Power Plant To Serve 40,000 Households 3

Stephane Bontemps, the Managing Director Access Uganda Solar Limited, said the 10MW solar power plant, will be the largest in East Africa. He said once completed the plant will provide clean and sustainable electricity to 40,000 homes in Uganda.
17:52
17:52

Police Bust Gang of Counterfeit Dealers crimes 1

On checking Mugumes house in Kiryatete police found a safe full of counterfeits and two sacks of notes of Uganda Shillings 50,000, 20,000 and US dollars 10,000. He also had currencies of Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania.
17:30
17:30

Inter-Religious Council, Elders Concerned About Post Election Tension uganda decides 2016 2

Addressing a press conference at Lake Victoria Serena Hotel Kigo in Wakiso district on behalf of the Inter-religious Council of Uganda and The Elders Forum of Uganda, Arch-Bishop John Baptist Odama singled out the massive deployment of security forces across the country as one of the biggest contributors to the prevailing tension.
17:00
17:00

Mumbere, IGP Agree on Joint Investigations kasese attacks 1 3 Top story

Addressing journalists after the closed door meeting, Mumbere said the conflicts in Kasese are being created by enemies of his Kingdom. He also disowned members of Kilhumiramuthima a militia group, which is said to behind the recent unrest.
16:54
16:54

Mak Law Dons File Brief Before Supreme Court

The brief was filed by the dons lead lawyer, Robert Kirunda this afternoon. He said it is now up to court to determine whether the recommendations they have made will be taken in with or without them being called to submit.
16:50
16:50

Court Orders EC to Provide Results Declaration Forms Used to Announce Winner mbabazi petition 1 Top story

Severino Twinobusingye, a member of Amama Mbabazis legal team sought clarification from court as to which to DR forms Tumusiime was referring too, since they havent availed any evidence in court. He said the copies of the DR forms that the Commission filed in the registry of the Supreme Court were smuggled in without their notice and dont include the scanned copies from, which the final results were declared.
15:54
15:54

Stray Buffalo Injures Six in Kitgum stray buffaloes 2

Innocent Kidega Nono, a resident of Orom Trading Center identifies four of the injured as Evaline Amono, her nine months old baby, Charles Opira, a timber dealer and Sylvia Aboto, a resident of Lolwar Parish among others.
15:36
15:36

Inzu Ya Masaba Gets New Cabinet sir bob mushkori 1 1

According to Mushikori, the expanded cabinet is to enable his government adequately deal with the dynamics faced by his subjects including getting them closer to the governing council of the institution locally known as Inzu Ya Masaba.
15:22
15:22

Mysterious Fire Leaves 20 Homeless in Agago

Nighty Akullu, a mother of Seven in Lalal Village says her huts were brought down by a strange fire that broke out at about 3am as they slept. She says she lost the only four bags of family food she had stored in the house in the fire.
15:14
15:14

Mbale Municipal Council Embarks on Clean Up Exercise

Edward Lwanga, the town clerk Mbale Municipality says they are determined to ensure the town is cleaned up. He says they will demolish all illegal structures especially those built on sewer lines.
14:47
14:47

New Cabinet of Inzu Ya Masaba

The new cabinet of Inzu ya Masaba, the Bamasaba Cultural Institution
14:38
14:38

Go Forward Cordinator Held Over Suspected Rebel Recruitment rakai 3 1

Ibin Ssenkumbi, the greater Masaka Regional Police spokesperson, says Kaheru was picked following intelligence linking him to the clandestine mobilisation and recruitment of youths in Kakuuto and Mutukula, near the Uganda-Tanzanian border.
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13:38

EC Denies Disenfranchising Kampala, Wakiso Voters elections

Enos Tumusiime, the EC lead counsel told justices of the Supreme Court mid-morning today that, although the Presidential Elections act mandates Electoral Commission to deliver polling materials to district returning officers within 24 hours, in the event that the materials reach within 24 hours, it makes it difficult for the returning officers to supply presiding officers with the materials in time.
12:29
12:29

Rwenzururu King, Kayihura meet over Kasese clashes kasese attacks 1

Omusinga wa Rwenzururu Charles Wesley Mumbere is holding a meeting with the Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura to address the Kasese district clashes. The meeting is being held at Hotel Margherita in Kasese.
12:25
12:25

House Fire Claims Two Children in Luweero 2 3 Top story

Rose Namata, a neighbor to Nassaka says the two children suffocated to death as a result of the smoke from the burning clothes. Namata says they suspect that one of the children pulled the kerosene candle forcing it to fell on the clothes.
12:08
12:08

Assailants Butcher Luuka Woman murder

Sowed Isoba, the area LC I chairperson, says the assailants made off with two cows and domestic birds the deceased has been keeping at her home. Isoba suspects the assailants could have raided the deceased to demand the Shillings 4 million from she obtained from selling her sugarcane.
12:01
12:01

Doubling global share of renewable energy by 2030 can save trillions of US-Dollars global warming 1

Doubling the share of renewables in the global energy mix by 2030 can save up to USD 4.2 trillion annually by 2030 15 times more than the costs according to a new report by the International Renewable Energy Agency IRENA.
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11:35

EC Defends New Voter's Register mbabazi petition 1 Top story

In his presidential election petition before the Supreme Court, Mbabazi contends that EC used data from the national identity card enrolment exercise to come up with a national voters register for the elections, contrary to the constitution and Electoral Commission act.
10:58
10:58

Kabale Golf Championship Called Off Over Rift Valley Fever 1

Edward Kabuchu, the organizing Committee chairperson Kabale Easter Open Golf Championship, says the tournament was called off following consultations with local leaders and sponsors. According to Kabuchu, there is no way they would proceed with the championship in the wake of the outbreak of the Rift Valley Fever in the district.
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10:39

Lack of Teaching Materials Hinders PIASCY Programme hiv/aids 2

Daphine Kajumba, a teacher at Bukuku Primary School, says PIASCY activities were a good idea but in theory. She says the school stopped implementing the program due to lack of materials for demonstrations.
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