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23:21
23:21

Prisoners, Ugandans in Diaspora to Vote in 2026 Hamidu Lugoloobi 2

They will also put in place the necessary structures to aid the registration of legible citizens and prisoners to vote and that court shall be the one to determine the issue of costs.
22:11
22:11

Deputy Speaker Oulanyah Unbothered About Chairing House Parliament 2 1

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah last chaired the house on 4th February , almost five months ago
18:38
18:38

UPDF Conducting Refresher Course for LDUs 1

In a statement issued by UPDF Spokesperson, Brig Richard Karemire, on Monday, the refresher training is being spearheaded by deputy Land Forces commander, Maj Gen Sam Kavuma.
17:54
17:54

PAC Questions Uganda's Failure to Absorb International Scholarships 5 1 Top story

The team led by Permanent Secretary Ambassador Patrick Mugoya was appearing before the committee to respond to audit queries raised in the financial year 2018/2019. The report indicates that only 91 out of the 339 scholarships secured during the year from a sample of four embassies.
17:40
17:40

UPDF Recovers Firearm Stolen from UWA 1

“Our forces from Napumpum detachment recovered the gun at 11:50 hours on 18 July, 2020 at the home of Lokan Lokameri who is at large. We are tracing his whereabouts,” said Maj. Mugisa in a statement on Monday.
17:29
17:29

Floods Cut off Kitgum, Lamwo District Access Road flood waters 2 1

Amos Too-kwiny, a 68 years-old resident of Gol-ngom village in Pudo parish says the road has remained flooded for nearly a week now and has left many road users stranded.
17:27
17:27

NRM Upbeat About Winning 2021 Polls as Party Register Hooks 11.9m Voters sam engola

Speaking at the party headquarters at Plot 10 Kyadondo Road in Kampala, Sam Engola, the party’s vice-chairperson for northern Uganda said with 11.9 million registered voters (more than two-quarters of all registered voters) in the country, it is a foregone conclusion that they will pick up every elective position in the coming 2021 election.
17:18
17:18

Domestic Brawls Claim 3 in Kampala Over Weekend 1 Top story

Luke Owoyesigyire, the Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, says Tumwine was allegedly stabbed by his lover identified as Janat Nakibuuka following a disagreement.
16:58
16:58

Third Panel Starts Hearing Kato Lubwama's Election Petition Afresh Habib Buwembo 1 1 Top story

The new panel comprises Justices Geoffrey Kiryabwire, Irene Mulyagonja and Elizabeth Musoke. It was constituted by the Acting Chief justice Alfonse Owiny–Dollo after the legal teams of both parties declined to receive a judgment by Justice Cheborion in May 2019.
16:38
16:38

PAC Probes Naguru Police Land Takeover by Car Dealers UNAFRI 3 1

The land which houses the Police Training School was offered by the government to the United Nations African Institute for prevention of crime and treatment of offenders (UNAFRI). But it is now occupied by YUASA and Future Company Car bonds.
16:00
16:00

Hoima Residents Protest UPDF Deployment on Their Land Harassment 1 5

Albert Akenda, a resident of Lenju says they are living in fear since their homes are surrounded by soldiers whose motive is unknown. He says the soldiers have beaten several women and youths.
15:54
15:54

Kenyan Firm to Buy Orient Bank Uganda bank of uganda 1 Top story

I&M Holdings, which is listed on the Nairobi Stock Exchange, says the acquisition of the bank is now subject to several conditions including regulatory and corporate approvals including those from the central bank of Kenya, Bank of Uganda, Capital Markets Authority and shareholders of the company in general meeting.
15:32
15:32

Delayed Implementation of Sugar Act Bothers Manufacturers Busoga 3 1

The Sugar Act seeks to provide for the development, regulation and promotion of the sugar industry and equally address pricing of sugarcane through a specific formula. It also established a sugar board a corporate body with a mandate to regulate the Sugar industry and ensure access to resources.
15:28
15:28

JEEMA Stops Aspirants from Seeking People Power Endorsement 5 7 Top story

The JEEMA Secretary General, Muhammad Kateregga told a number of aspirants at their party headquarters in Mengo that they don’t have control on the process through, which People Power is endorsing aspirants and warned that they may end up being disappointed by the results.
15:26
15:26

MPs Want Report on Uganda’s Missions Abroad 5 1

Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC)-Central Government has directed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Patrick Mugoya to submit a comprehensive report on the state of the country’s missions and properties abroad.
15:01
15:01

Police Arrests 3 Suspected Thugs Digging Hole in City Store 1

Luke Owoyesigyire, the Deputy Kampala Metropolitan police spokesman, says the suspects rented a room at Golden Lodge on Lafic Building in Arua Park and waited for night hours to execute their criminal activities.
14:20
14:20

Private School Teachers Storm Masaka RDC's Office in Cry for Help 4 3 Top story

Daniel Muyingo, a teacher at Uganda Martyrs Primary School Katwe explains that due to untold suffering, and the interruption of teachers earnings, many of them have been reduced to vagabonds and in worst-case scenarios stealing to survive, a total disgrace to the profession.
13:47
13:47

Tiperu Withdraws Election Appeal Against MP Kassiano Wadri NRM 2

Tiperu, who contested for the same race on the National Resistance Movement –NRM ticket, had sought redress from the Court of Appeal after High Court Judge Anthony Ayub Ojok upheld the election results, which declared Wadri the winner of the hotly contested race. Wadri emerged winner with 6,421 votes against Tiperu’s 4,798 votes.
12:53
12:53

Covid-19: Isingiro Residents lose gardens to Tanzanians as Border Remains Closed 1 4

Elias Bamutonda, the Chairperson Buhunga Central Village, says that he has received 100 complaints from residents who hired land for cultivation in Tanzania.
12:02
12:02

22 Primary Seven Pupils in Pallisa Impregnated During Lockdown 3 1 Top story

Statistics obtained at the Pallisa District Probation Officer’s office indicate that during the period March up to the end of June, they have registered 22 cases of teenage pregnancy and all these are primary seven girls.
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