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14:04
14:04

Lady Doves Triumph to Reach the Finals FUFA 1 3

Lady Doves lost the FWSL title to Kawempe during the 2018/2019 season as both sides presented the much-needed rhythm to excel to the finals. Lady Doves ‘suffered a thigh injury during the first half of the quarter-final match. Ikwaput, who currently prides in seven goals earned from four games, has been earmarked as the club’s matchmaker due to her speed in getting the ball into their opponents' nets.
13:39
13:39

Kitgum Leaders Demand Punitive Action Against Armed S. Sudan Bandits Orom East Subcounty 2 3

William Komakech, the Kitgum Resident District Commissioner told Uganda Radio Network-URN in an earlier interview that the suspects will be handed over to South Sudan authorities upon the completition of their investigations. According to Komakech, the handover of the suspects is a good gesture towards promoting peace among the two countries and people occupying the international boundaries.
13:27
13:27

Kawolo Hospital Private Wing Attracts High Number of Clients 1 2

Previously Kawolo General Hospital used to run a drug shop selling medicine, according to the Hospital Administrator, Haruna Wamala. He notes that the private wing is the brainchild of the government, which is aimed at supporting the facility to handle certain services to sustain the hospital.
12:11
12:11

Human Rights Committee Fails to Meet Museveni over Election Violence Elections 1

The probe team led by Vice-chairperson of the Committee Agnes Taaka Wejulu interacted with former Presidential candidates including, Democratic Party’s Norbert Mao , Alliance for National Transformation (ANT)’s Mugisha Muntu, and Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) Presidential candidate Patrick Amuriat Oboi.
11:38
11:38

UWA Blocks 3000 Cows From Grazing in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary pasture 4 1

Josephine Naiga, a resident of Kikoba village in Nakitoma, says that she has been grazing and watering about 40 cows in the sanctuary. She says that since Nakasongola is a dry area, the availability of free pasture and water for their animals was a great relief to pastoralists.
11:17
11:17

Apac Councillors Fault CAO Over Botched Study Tour 3

Wanje later told URN in a telephone interview that he could not facilitate the tour because the organizers did not make adequate preparation. He accused the district Speaker, Peter Obong and other members of the advance team who went for a feasibility study in Sironko District for failure to submit any report to his office on their findings.
10:47
10:47

Free Boy Wants MTN, Airtel to Pays Him UGX 350M over Copyright 3 2

In his suit before the High Court Commercial Division, the artiste wants both firms to compensate him Shillings 175million each for copyright infringement. Through Katende and Sempebwa advocates, Freeboy and his promoter say that they decided to seek legal redress after engaging the two companies in the last year vain.
10:20
10:20

Foundation for Human Rights Initiative Investigates Attack on Journalists in Wakiso wakiso district 6

John Bosco Tembo, a research associate at the Foundation of Human Rights Initiative recently met the assaulted victims to document their ordeal. According to Tembo, they intervened to help the affected journalists to get justice.
09:58
09:58

Farmers, Local Leaders Decry The Appalling State of Kitholu Road Network poor roads 4 2 Top story

Yonasi Kithola, the Kithoulu Sub County LC V Councilor, says the district has severally spoken about the economic impact of the poor road network on the area. He says today only a few farmers can afford the high transport costs to deliver their produce to markets in Bwera and Kasese town.
09:27
09:27

Residents Demand Ratification of Their Tenancy on Nakanyonyi Church Land Mukono Diocese 1 3 Top story

Isaac Mutyaba says that he purchased the land and settled there in 1976 before the church started most of its projects. He says that when the church started expanding, he sought a platform with the church to legalize and renew his tenancy in vain.
08:50
08:50

Cocoa Farmers, Experts Demand Establishment of Independent Authority 5 2 Top story

Emmanuel Lubega, the Uganda-South Sudan national coordinator at the East African Business Council-EABC, says such a body like a case is for cotton and coffee would ensure farmer’s produce in line with the set standards.
08:29
08:29

Sembabule Receives UGX 540M for Repair of Community Access Roads 1 Top story

Steven Katwire, the Senior Agricultural Engineer in the Ministry of Agriculture says that the money has been allocated in response to a request by the district authorities who sought support towards repairing some of the community access roads in the area that are in bad shape.
08:13
08:13

Leaders Decry Poor Service Delivery at Arua Zonal Lands Office 1 4 Top story

Sam Wadri Nyakua, the Arua district LC V chairperson, says the regional lands office is failing to help the population secure their land. He says that securing a land title, which is supposed to take two weeks, takes forever at the lands office in Arua.
08:02
08:02

Relatives of Slain Fronasa Fighter Cry Foul Over Museveni’s failure to Fulfil Pledge Fronasa fighters 6 3 Top story

William Kangire, 72, a young brother of David Kagoro Kangyire narrates that his sibling dropped out of senior three at Kigezi College Butobere to join Fronasa at 20 years of age. He says that Kagoro was arrested by Amin’s soldiers while hiding in one of the Hotels in Gulu district where he was acting as a spy for Fronasa.
07:27
07:27

Gov't Develops Training, Assessment Manuals for Herbalists 4

“After training and assessment, we will be able to tell who is capable of doing what. If someone has qualified in farming herbs, they cannot process them. The assessment will be placing everyone at his level of competence and then those who lack competency will ship out,” said Mukwaya.
06:59
06:59

Karenga Donates Land for Police Station 2

Karenga District LC V Chairperson, Phillip Lochaale, says that they requested Lokori Sub County to identify and allocate land to the Uganda Police Force for the establishment of a police station in the area to boost security along the border.
06:42
06:42

Lugazi Municipality Halts Relocation of Vendors to New Market 1 3

Christopher Batte, the Lugazi Vendor’s Association chairperson, says that they were surprised to see the allocation process kicking off with the entire ground floor almost occupied.
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