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10:05
10:05

Kanungu District Headquaters Closed After Staff Tests Positive for Covid-19

Ssengooba said the offices that were closed on Friday, will remain closed for four days and is optimistic that this is will provide enough time for fumigation. He added that offices will be re-opened on Tuesday to resume normal business.
09:44
09:44

BCU Board Gets Another Term 1

On Friday, BCU members who attended the Annual General Meeting unanimously voted to return the board members, whose term expired last month. The delegates were drawn from Upper Central, Lambuli, Sironko, Bugusege, Lwakhakha, Lower central Zone, Manafwa, Rusty and Bubulo Zones.
09:03
09:03

Nancy Kalembe Rallies Women to Protest Against Police Brutality police brutaility 2 1

Kalembe who was canvassing for votes in Teso Sub Region on Friday called upon mothers to take part in non-violent protests to demand justice and a free and fair election.
08:48
08:48

Legal Aid Service Providers Condemn Security Brutality 2 1

LASPNET Executive Director Sylvia Namubiru says acts of security pose enormous threats to the right to life, freedom from torture, freedom of expression and right to liberty and access to information as guaranteed by the 1995 Constitution of Uganda and that it is unfortunate that security has defended its actions.
08:23
08:23

MP Namayanja, Abed Bwanika Granted Bail 2

The two leaders were arrested on Wednesday during protests that followed the arrest of Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, the National Unity Platform-NUP presidential candidate.
07:54
07:54

Presidential Candidates Join forces to Deal With Police Brutality Gen. Mugisha Muntu

In a joint statement signed by Maj. Gen Mugisha Muntu Gregg of the Alliance for National Transformation, Norbert Mao, of the Democratic Party, Henry Tumukunde an independent and representatives of FDC’s Patrick Amuriat Oboi and NUP’s Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, the candidates said that working together is the only logical thing to do because they have a similar cause.
03:37
03:37

Uganda Records Highest COVID-19 Single Day Deaths

According to health experts,this double digit number of deaths is not surprising given the wide spread community infections. They say the higher the number of cases reported, the more deaths are recorded
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