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20:22
20:22

Don't Ban Food Export Says Farmer's Federation food shortages 1

Kenyan and Tanzanian government have imposed maize exports bans as part of the efforts to curb food shortages. The Farmers federation in Uganda however says says Uganda should not follow the same direction.
18:48
18:48

60 Unexploded Ordinances Isolated In Acholi 3

Some are believed to have failed to explode after they were dropped during battles between government troops and rebel Lords Resistance Army LRA while others were hidden in underground arms caches.
18:23
18:23

Works Ministry Tasked to Explain Procurement Glitches 3

Bageya Waiswa, the permanent secretary ministry of works was unable to provide an explanation to questions on mismanagement within the procurement and disposal unit of the ministry while attempts by the Commissioner for Public Structures Edward Ssimbwa to explain the query were also rejected.
17:38
17:38

Unidentified People Vandalise Mbale Shops counting losses 2 2

John Oridi, the Manager of Mukwano Hotel, which operates on the building, says the group just surfaced from nowhere and started vandalizing the entire building.
17:00
17:00

MPs Divided over Proposed Funding to ISO additional funding 3

The funding gap has however triggered anxiety among legislators who argue that the Internal Security Organisation cannot execute its mandate under such circumstances. They say that such a casual approach to intelligence and security exposes the country to ill motives of terrorists groups.
16:15
16:15

Motor Accident Claims 15

Samuel Madira, the Buikwe District Police Commander, says all the occupants of the taxi including the driver died on spot.
15:22
15:22

2017 AFCON: Gabon President Bongo To Grace Semi Final Tie burkina faso 1 Top story

President Ali Bongo Ondimba of Gabon is expected to grace the first 2017 Total Africa Cup of Nations Afcon semi final match tonight at the LAmite Stadium in Libreville.
15:18
15:18

Hotel Supervisor Testifies Against NRM Spokesperson

Nabukenya told court that on the fateful day, he found Mulindwa holding Bindhes press identity card while shouting at him to leave the hotel premises.
14:02
14:02

Shuttler Ekiring Threatens To Abandon Uganda simon mugabi 1 Top story

Ugandas top badminton player, Edwin Ekiring has threatened to abandon playing for his nation if the authorities concerned continue to frustrate his efforts.
13:08
13:08

Mbale Town Littered With Crusade Posters 4 6

Edward Lwanga, the Town Clerk Mbale Municipality, says although they permitted the display of the posters, the manner they were placed amounts to abuse.
12:29
12:29

Museveni, Magufuli to Discuss Economic Partnership Agreements 1

Kenya and Rwanda signed the deal which however could not be operationalized until all EAC member states had signed. It was expected that all countries would have signed by October, 2016.
11:20
11:20

Medical Workers to Get Lunch Allowance Increment 2

The legislators are suggesting an allowance of 288,000 Shillings for nurses, doctors and other health workers bringing the lunch allocation to 12,000 Shillings per day, per person.
08:01
08:01

Police to Train 2000 Crime Scene Officers 1

According to Kayihura, although police has recruited several officers, the force still faces a challenge of the limited number of officers who can pick and examine evidence from crime scenes.
07:28
07:28

Luweero Police Intensifies Night Patrols 1 4

Paul Mukungu, the Luweero town council LC 3 chairperson, says the District Security Committee has endorsed the deployment of the army to back up police.
07:04
07:04

Otafiire: There was Less Corruption In Movement System nrm leadership 1

The Minister noted that he only recalls a single corruption case involving the then Bugweri county MP, Kirunda Kivenjinja that was reported under the movement system. Kivenjinja was implicated back then for the theft of 2000 liters of fuel that he reportedly used to construct roads in his constituency.
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