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21:48
21:48

Ministry Delays Boundary Opening in Moroto 1 1

On Friday, John Vianney Lutaaya, the Principal Staff Surveyor in the Lands Ministry who accompanied the minister to the dialogue, said they were planning to travel to Moroto. Without divulging more, the officer said he would explain all the delays on arrival to Moroto.
21:29
21:29

Uganda, Kenya Agree on Cross Border Peace Program United Nations 1 1 Top story

Rosa Malango the UN Resident Coordinator, says both Uganda and Kenya have agreed on the Joint Cross-Border Program to promote peace amongst the pastoral communities in the region.
21:12
21:12

NDA Closes 270 Illegal Drugshops, Recovers UGX 109M Gov’t Drugs illegal drug shops 3 2 Top story

David Kagwa, the Drug Inspector for Northern region, says the closed drug outlets were either unlicensed or being operated by unqualified personnel.
21:09
21:09

Nakaseke Authorities, Residents Disagree On Interest Rates revolving fund 1 3

Ignatius Koomu Kiwanuka, the Nakaseke LC 5 Chairman, says the district prefers that the interest rate be raised to 8-10% to cater for the high operational costs.
20:27
20:27

Tobacco Companies Hampered Implementation of Law-MOH Ministry of Health 3 1 Top story

Addressing stakeholders during the commemoration of the World No Tobacco Day in Kampala on Thursday, the Health State Minister, Sarah Opendi, said government hands were tied in as far as implementing the tobacco law is concerned.
20:24
20:24

Car Dealers to Report to FIA Money Laundering ministry of lands 1 Top story

Samuel Wandera, the Director International Relations at FIA, says in their own review, discussions and studies, they have established that launderers prefer to launder their proceeds in the motor vehicles industry.
20:11
20:11

Police Limit Number of VIPs to Access Namugongo 1 1

According to the new regulations, only 350 VIPs will be granted access to the catholic shrines, 300 to the Anglican shrines and at least five to the Muslim shrines. Musinga says the numbers were decided following a review of the available parking space.
19:48
19:48

UPDF Recovers 30 Guns, Arrests 205 in Operation Restore Hope cattle theft 2 1 Top story

Captain Abert Arinaitwe, the 3rd Division spokesman, says the operation looks at illegal guns, cattle thefts and careless shooting among other security concerns.
18:34
18:34

Parents Threaten to Close Understaffed Gov’t Schools in Rakai 1 4

Byakabanda Parish chairperson Eliab Kiggundu Ssango said that none of the two government secondary schools has a single qualified science teacher despite the subjects being compulsory. As a result, he says, the Sub County is posting poor results in National Examinations, with no candidate qualifying to even join Primary Teachers Colleges.
18:13
18:13

9-Year-Old Walks 320km to Namugongo to Pray for Sick Brother

Bamwesigye left Kikuba village on May 17 and arrived at Namugongo on Wednesday, May 31, after walking for 12 days. He has faith that the martyrs will bring a healing miracle upon his brother who fell sick at the start of this year and suddenly developed speech impairments.
18:12
18:12

Mbarara Authorities Impound Kiosks, Containers

Julius Baguma, one of the affected traders, says they were caught unawares because the municipal authorities didn’t warn them.
17:55
17:55

Revisiting the Hansard; Prof. Nsibambi's Colorful Contributions parliament hansard 1 Top story

A trace of the issues raised by Prof. Nsibambi on the floor of parliament during his tenure as Leader of Government Business paints a picture of a researcher, consensus builder, educationist and jovial man.
17:41
17:41

Parliament Lauds Prof. Nsibambi’s Diligent Service 11 1

At exactly 10 O’clock, the hearse carrying the body of the ex-premier was already at Parliament. A delegation led by the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga, Second Deputy Prime Minister Kirunda Kivejinja and others assembled at the parliament steps to receive his remains.
17:07
17:07

High Court Dissolves Mao’s Marriage nobert mao 1 Top story

Justice Godfrey Namundi dissolved the marriage in his judgment delivered on May 27th, 2019 on a petition filed by Achieng accusing Mao of cruelty and desertion.
16:44
16:44

Three Siblings Succumb to Measels in Kagadi children 3

According to health officials, more than 60 cases of measles outbreak were reported in the district in January and February.
16:29
16:29

Construction of Kyotera District Headquarters Stalls Due to Diversion of Funds councilors protest 4 2

Hajji Sulaiman Ssamula, the Managing Director Owen Construction Company Ltd is worried that the persistent rainfall could affect the building. Ssamula says he received an initial deposit of Shillings 300M for the project with promises of additional funding in vain
15:45
15:45

Pilgrims Hold Mass in Mabira Forest 5 1

Father Joe King, the St Kalooli Lwanga Mbikko Parish priest led at the mass at Buwoolo, the exact place where Kibe was killed. In his sermon, Father King, said the pilgrims symbolize the heavenly journey of the Ugandan martyrs.
15:40
15:40

Rwandan Nationals Stuck in Ugandan Villages 5

Kavu Parish chairman Deus Ntegamahe says that a number of Rwandan nationals stealthily crossed into the villages in Maziba Sub County to look for food, as a result of the tension between Uganda and Rwanda. However, their return was blocked by Rwandan security officers patrolling the border and as a result, they remained stranded in the villages.
15:08
15:08

Construction of Ayago Hydro Power Still Hangs in Balance 1

The same year government awarded the contract to China Gezhouba Group but suspended the project in 2017 due to financial constraint.
15:02
15:02

Fire Razes Kiosks at Kyanika Border Post 3 1

Geoffrey Barore Nombe, the Chairman of traders at Chanika border says that the fire started at around 1 a.m. razing up top 12 wooden kiosks and retail shops containing bags of cement, pool tables, jerry cans of crude waragi, salt crystals locally known as Mahonde, and other goods.
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