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19:41
19:41

Gulu University Student Leaders Protest Poor State of Toilets 3 1

Led by the Guild President Johnson Noowe, the students on Wednesday held a peaceful demonstration on the streets of Gulu.
19:25
19:25

Electoral Reforms: UPC Opposes Disclosure of Source of Funding 1 1

Led by the Party President Jimmy Akena, officials from UPC this afternoon appeared before the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee that is collecting views on five electoral reform Bills tabled before parliament by Attorney General William Byaruhanga.
19:16
19:16

Mak Staff Accuse Nawangwe of Being Conflicted in Kanakulya Case Makerere University 2 1

Dr Kanakulya, a lecturer of Philosophy and Human Rights at Makerere University was found in breach of university academic rules after he assigned a student to teach colleagues for an entire month.
18:55
18:55

Two Police Officers in Kitgum Arrested for Negligence Kitgum municipality 2 2

The suspects, Corporal Knox Leku and Police Constable Florence Lawino were arrested on Wednesday and are detained at Kitgum Central Police station.
18:44
18:44

Police Officer in Kween On the Run for Murder

Kwemboi Stephen a resident of Kaptulel Village, Kapkwot Parish, Ngenge Sub County in Kween district was shot by Juma Alex attached the Field Force Unit in Kapchorwa district.
18:34
18:34

Gen. Kayihura's Ex-Aide Tasked to Renegotiate Land Ownership 2 1

The directive was made this afternoon by the Commission of Inquiry into land matters which ruled that Murunga is illegally owning the land. It is based on the account that foreigners are forbidden from acquiring Customary, Mailo and Freehold land tenure in Uganda.
18:17
18:17

Gov't Asked to Increase Efforts to Achieve 2020 Family Planning Goal-UNFPA Ministry of Health

According to the UNFPA, government needs to plan for its people by passing policies that advocate for modern family planning methods.
18:10
18:10

Judiciary Considers Electronic Case Management System for Efficiency Judiciary Uganda 3 1

The Deputy Chief Justice Alphonse Owiny-Dollo says the project is part of the efforts to eliminate deliberate and administrative ineptitudes that frustrate the delivery of justice in courts of law.
17:40
17:40

FDC Wants Ferrying of Voters on Polling Day Banned electoral reforms 3 1

Appearing on Wednesday before the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee that is currently collecting views on different electoral reforms proposed by government, FDC Secretary General Nathan Nandala Mafabi said that the government proposals were silent on the issue of ferrying voters which is a form of bribery.
17:39
17:39

ACCU, Transparency International Accuse Miners of Under Declaring Ugandan Gold Auditor General 2 1 Top story

Mining Regulations (2004) an instrument of the Mining Act (2003), the minerals obtained under a mineral right or under mineral dealer’s license may only be exported under an export permit granted by the Commissioner at DGSM in the ministry of energy and mineral development.
17:19
17:19

US Mission Cautions Parliament Against Banning Cameras At Polling Stations telephone 1 1

In a brief statement issued on the US Mission Uganda official twitter handle Wednesday, the Mission says that the proposal by Electoral Commission (EC) to ban cameras and phones would prevent the media from providing effective election coverage.
17:14
17:14

NDA Cautions Public Against Herbal Medicine With One-Year Shelf Life 2

Micheal Mutyaba, the Manager Herbal Medicine Division at the Authority says that for some products depending on what the ingredients are should have a six months’ shelf life as beyond that they become harmful to a person.
16:51
16:51

Wandegeya Market Interim Committee Suspended KCCA 2 1

The decision to suspend the leadership chaired by Jonathan Ggita was reached on Wednesday during the KCCA ordinary council meeting at City Hall.
16:50
16:50

President Museveni Offers UGX 20 Million for Lacor Hospitals’ CT Scan Machine Gulu Archdiocese 4

CT scans are used to identify disease or injury within various regions of the body. The scan is used to detect tumours or lesions within the abdomen, identify heart disease or abnormalities, locate injuries, tumours, pulmonary embolisms (blood clots), clots leading to stroke, haemorrhage, excess fluid, and other conditions such as emphysema or pneumonia.
16:47
16:47

Angry Millers Storm UMEME Offices Over Black Out Grace Akello 1 1 Top story

John Paul Manana, one of the millers told URN that they haven’t heard power on the line that supplies their mills for over a week.
16:05
16:05

Court Quashes Petition by Town Clerk, Treasurer Seeking to Block Their Forced Leave Kabale Municipality 4 Top story

In his judgment read by the Kabale High Court Registrar, Didas Muhumuza this morning, Justice Moses Kazibwe Kawumi dismissed the petition with costs, saying it lacks merit. He noted that the temporary removal of Twinamatsiko and Tushemereirwe from office and appointment of other officers to serve in their offices for a defined doesn’t amount to irreparable injury.
15:52
15:52

FDC Wants Electoral Officials Held Liable For Offenses electoral reforms 2 1

The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has proposed punishment of electoral officials found culpable of committing electoral offenses saying that it is through such actions that tax payers have been left paying the price through repeated by-elections.
15:42
15:42

Police Hunt for Taxi Driver for Knocking Dead Cyclist 1 1

Onyango has identified the deceased man as Charles Tusiime while the two people who survived with serious injuries include Salma Kemigisha, 19, a resident of Namuli zone, Bukoto Parish and Muhammad Bbaale, a resident of Nsangi, Wakiso District.
15:31
15:31

Police Officer Shoots Himself Dead in Lwengo District 2

Initial reports indicate that Kalungi turned his gun on himself this morning and pulled the trigger tearing through his chin. Preliminary police investigations show that Kalungi had issues with his family in Nakaseke district.
15:23
15:23

Police Raise Alarm Over Rampant Child Murders 1 1

Records at Criminal Investigation Directorate –CID released by police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, show 32 children have been killed or died as a result of arson or parents, caretakers’ negligence.
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