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20:57
20:57

EC Offers Free Covid Tests for Journalists and Presidential Aspirants Electoral commision 7 3

Several members of the media fraternity took part in the exercise at the EC offices along Jinja road in Kampala together with members from the different security agencies, EC employees, presidential aspirants and members of their teams with whom they will appear at the moniation center next week.
20:25
20:25

Cyclists Want KCCA to Enforce Proper Use of Non-Motorized Corridor 2 2

Vendors have also occupied the street especially from Jesco Beauty Center on Namirembe road to Mutaasa Kafeero at Luwum Street. The road which was vibrant during the COVID 19 lockdown has since lost its charm with the grass and trees slowly fading.
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19:51

Kato Kajubi's Witchdoctor Remanded Over Little Girl's Cruel Murder masaka main prison 1

During the 2009 trial of Kato Kajubi, the witchdoctor who helped him murder young Kasirye told court how Kajubi hired him after his original witchdoctor called Moses Makumbi had turned against him.
18:47
18:47

Municipality to Auction Garbage Truck to Raise Money for Garbage Management mukono municipality 1 2

The Finance and Planning Committee Secretary Romeo Augustine says since the lockdown begun, the municipality has failed to raise enough local revenue to extend services to people.
18:19
18:19

MPs Decry Slow Pace of Key Electricity Projects compensation 2 1 Top story

The concern was raised by members of the Natural Resources Committee of Parliament who are currently visiting parts of western Uganda, to study the extent of power penetration in the areas of Masaka, Mbarara, Kasese and Fort Portal, among others. They are bothered that some projects which were launched in 2014 have not yet started.
18:05
18:05

Teso Clergy Help Candidates to Make Peace Before Campaigns bishop kosea odongo 3 1

Speaking on behalf of Bishop Eciru in Katakwi, Rev. Fr. Francis Kayaye of Soroti Catholic Diocese warned politicians against inciting violence that can harm the very community they claim to lead
17:55
17:55

MOH Asked to Give VHTs PPE Ministry of Health 1 2

Dr Diana Nambatya, the Deputy Country Director Living Goods said VHTs have been the least considered in terms of safeguarding them against infection and yet they have been given a role of linking asymptomatic cases that deteriorate into mild or severe infection into care.
17:03
17:03

Kisoro LC5 Chairman Sues RDC For defamation 2

In civil suit number 32 of 2020 that is before Kisoro Chief Magistrates Court, while in an evening radio program named “Torch”, Mugisha openly described Bizimana in Rukiga and Rufumbira languages as a fighter, liar, discriminative on religious lines, untrustworthy, dishonest and disobedient leader.
16:35
16:35

MP Kahonda Asks Court to Block Petition mp donozio kahonda 2

Kahonda says that the petition filed by Godfrey Kahonaho before the Electoral Commission should not be heard and determined until an appeal challenging his nine-year sentence on charges of forgery and impersonation is determined.
16:09
16:09

Regular Occurrence of Strokes Worries Medical Experts 2

In 2013, the figure of Ugandans reported to have suffered a stroke and was undergoing rehabilitation were 104. This number increased to 195 in 2015 and it further increased to 326 in 2019.
16:00
16:00

Pictorial; The Havoc Caused by Mudslides in Maliba Sub County

Maliba sub-county is one of those that has remarkably been affected with more than 200 residents displaced by mudslides while most access routes have been cut-off.
15:57
15:57

Busia Traders Protest Impounding of Charcoal 4

According to traders, they don't understand why URA enforcement continously come in the market to impound their charcaol yet they pay local revenue to Municipal council authorities and also get movement permit from forest office.
15:52
15:52

New Wave of Floods Leaves Thousands Displaced in Nakasongola displaced persons

The rising waters which have also cut off roads, blocking access to Lwampanga R/C Primary School and several homes in the neighbourhood. Several toilets have also been submerged creating a sanitation crisis in the area.
15:26
15:26

Government Saved USD 51 million From Use of National IDs 2

In an interview with URN on Friday, Dr Nathan Tumuhamye, the Director of Eastern Africa RILab who was one of the researchers said of the USD 51 million, about USD 30 million is coming from the reduction in administrative duplication.
14:10
14:10

Police to Enforce Daytime Curfew in Kyambogo, Kireka During Presidential Nominations 1 Top story

Norman Musinga, the Kampala Metropolitan traffic police commander, said residents of areas within nomination venue will stay home till evening.
13:55
13:55

Land Issues, Roads Take Center Stage in Nakaseke Parliamentary Race campaigns 1 5

Esther Nakawooya, the Democratic Party candidate in the Nakaseke Woman MP race says that due to its proximity to Kampala city, many landgrabbers have run to the area threatening to evict residents from their land. She, however, says that once elected she will challenge any person who evicts a tenant without compensation.
13:26
13:26

Kyotera COVID-19 Taskforce Relaxes Enforcement of Guidelines MINISTRY OF HEALTH 3 2

many parts of the district, it is business as usual with almost no adherence to COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures- SOPs by the Ministry of Health.
12:58
12:58

Candidates in Rukungiri District Complain About Defaced Posters 1

The defaced posters are those of Ingrid Turinawe, an independent candidate and Dr Elisa Rutahigwa of National Resistance Movement-NRM party who are battling with Dr.Wallen Nwagaba of the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC party.
12:53
12:53

Engineer Andrew Kitaka Quits KCCA 3

Kitaka was appointed KCCA acting Executive Director in December taking office from Jeniffer Musisi, who resigned from the helm of the authority, to take up up an assignment as the first city leader in residence at Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative, a collaboration between Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Business School, and Bloomberg Philanthropies.
12:25
12:25

200 Houses, 5 Boda Bodas Buried by Mudslides in Kasese mudslides in maliba 2 8

But even mobile assets were not spared, among these five boda boda motorcycles whose owners had taken shelter only for the fast-flowing mud to sweep their bikes away.
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