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22:06
22:06

NRM CEC Decision on Speakers Race Pushed to Sunday Oulanyah vs Kadaga 1

Members who attended the meeting that ended close to 8;30 pm, told URN that although there were proposals that the members spend the night at State House, Entebbe to finalize the matter, many suggested that the meeting be moved to 8 am on Sunday so that both the candidates for the Speaker and Deputy Speaker can be agreed upon.
18:51
18:51

Onduparaka FC Falls 3-1 to BUL FC in Jinja goal 1

BULFC’s goals were scored by Deogratius Ojok in the 15th minute, while Joseph Semujju who was fouled in the 18-yard box scored their second goal through a penalty in the 45th minute. Simon Oketch, a second-half substitute scored the third goal in the 74th minute of the game.
18:50
18:50

Wakiso District Launches Solar Water Project in Bussi Islands Bussi Sub County 3 9

The Wakiso district water engineer Isaac Galabuzi said that this project is going to serve all the people who are on the main island of Bussi which has 3 parishes of Bwayise,Tebankiza and Bussi with 11 villages.
18:45
18:45

Rise in Ectopic Pregnancies, Ovarian Cysts Worries Medics 3 1

Dr Felix Emotu, a Medical Doctor and Public Health Specialist explain that since 2020, he has superintended over 15 cases of tubal pregnancies and cysts that required major surgery. He attributed the cysts to risk factors such as Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), fertility treatments to stimulate ovulation abnormality of the fallopian and pelvic inflammatory diseases among others.
18:34
18:34

Digital Innovators Now Helping the Rural Poor Tag Along innovation 5

But the high cost of the internet, digital illiteracy and low availability of friendly gadgets is limiting the access and use of digital innovations, which put an even greater risk that the rural and the poor will remain behind.
18:25
18:25

UIA to Help Private Tertiary Institutes Embrace Science and Technology 5

Peter Muramira, Director Kent Foundation Training Institute, wants the government to understand and recognise tertiary institutions as SMEs that are skilling Ugandans who act as the engine of investment in the country.
18:15
18:15

Crane Performers; The Troupe that Lit the 'Walk of Fame' for New MPs MPs swearing in 9 1

From West Nile sounds of Agwara mainly from the Kebu and lugbara people, to Northern Uganda’s Yoo- leng gospel song, Western Uganda’s Ndyamuhaki and the famous gospel tune Tukutendereze, and songs from the East Like Emali, Mwanawamberi in Samia among others, the crane performers left their mark following their outstanding show whenever each of the 529 MPs stepped to the podium.
17:38
17:38

Court Martial Yet to Get Instructions from Museveni to Drop Kayihura Charges Yoweri Museveni 1 2

Following the President's promise, a group of 850 youths from Kisoro Development Network led by Michael Niyonsaba, two weeks after the January 14th 2021 elections petitioned the Court Martial Chairperson Lt General Andrew Gutti inquiring about Museveni’s promise to speak to military prosecutors to drop Kayihura'a charges.
17:17
17:17

Oulanyah, Kadaga Teams Upbeat Ahead of Speaker Elections Parliament 1 4

With a few days left to the Election of the Speaker and Deputy Speaker of Parliament, the two camps of Kamuli Woman MP Rebecca Kadaga and Omoro County MP Jacob Oulanyah are optimistic for a win.
17:07
17:07

Chaos in Kyebando as Heir is Evicted from Family House 2 4

The conflict in the family of late John Nsubuga Musoke, a former employee of the Ministry of Gender stems from the alleged unequal distribution of money earned from rentals, and an attempt to sell a piece of land, part of the inheritance.
16:59
16:59

25-Year old Electrocuted to Death in Tembo Steel Mills Iganga

An employee who spoke on condition of anonymity says that Kalulu was electrocuted near the boiler, but their bosses attempted to conceal the cause of death.
15:55
15:55

Toxic Greens; Poisonous Fruits and Vegetables in Markets 1 3 Top story

Heavy pesticide use on fruits and vegetables is leaving behind heavy residues, thereby poisoning consumers slowly, warns Sunday Bob George. The toxic vegetables end up on dinner tables, setting off alarm bells about serious health risks
12:23
12:23

Mak Student Leader Spent 9-Years to Complete Bachelors Degree Course 1 4

The 27-year-old student enrolled for a Bachelor of Laws Degree on a government sponsorship in 2012 and was expected to graduate in 2016. Before joining the university, he had studied at Uganda Martyrs SS Namugongo for his A'level and Ntare School for O'level. This implies that Burobuto did not have a financial challenge, and did not possibly fail his papers.
12:06
12:06

Popular Karamoja Radio Presenter and Comedian Shot at, Hospitalised 1

Mr. Angella who had also contested for Moroto Municipality mayor but lost was shot at and injured in both hands on Friday night at a family party held in Seven Ranges hotel in Moroto Municipality. However police says the injuries are not from bullets but bottles
11:36
11:36

Kasese Leaders ask Gov't to Apologise for Gen. Elwelu's "Unremorseful" Statement 4 2

Geoffrey Bigogo, the former LCV chairperson thinks Elwelu’s statements is another direct attack at the cultural institution which lost its people in 2016.
11:33
11:33

New COVID-19 Wave Patients Deteriorate Faster- Medics 2

During the first wave, the majority of patients who had moderate to severe forms of the disease were admitted to the high dependency unit and not the Intensive care unit. The patients did not also require constant support on oxygen compared to what the case is today.
11:18
11:18

Kasese Municipality Records Major Leap in Revenue Collections 1 3

Godfrey Kabyanga, the outgoing municipality mayor attributes the increase to the improved revenue base including markets, the taxi park, ground rent, royalties and local service tax.
10:15
10:15

Construction of Ating Health Centre II Starts Maternity ward 3 1

The District officials have since handed over the site to BMK Construction Company Ltd, to construct a maternity and neonatal ward, placenta pit, a stand-alone laboratory unit and a single toilet stance for the male and female clients and another for females only.
09:41
09:41

Immigration Dept Prioritising Maritime Training to Control Traficking Uganda 1 3

Geoffrey Kambere, the Commissioner for Immigration Control says that because Uganda shares water bodies with some neighbours who are victims of instabilities, its nationals are often subjected to attacks, and sometimes kidnapped and trafficked to the neighbouring countries, will little or no help at all.
09:16
09:16

Is President Suluhu the New Hope for EAC integration? 2 Top story

"She has indicated that EAC Integration Agenda is on top of her programs, having made her first visit to Uganda to witness the Petroleum deal.” says outgoing EAC Affairs Minister Julius Wandera Maganda.
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