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13:54
13:54

Mob Kills LDU, Two Others in Napak

According to Longole, the trio was lynched around 4 pm on Saturday on suspicion of being cattle thieves. “By the time police and the army reached the scene of crime, all the three people were already dead,” he said.
13:12
13:12

People at Low Risk of COVID-19 Infection More Willing to Get Jab MOH 1 3

"In April I went to Mulago, Victoria Hospital and even KCCA Kisenyi hoping to get vaccinated but no place would give me the vaccine. They all said that I was not among those designated to get the vaccine in the first phase of the exercise," he said.
12:39
12:39

Lodonga Minor Basilica Marks 60 Years of Existence 4 2

Presiding over the celebrations, Rt. Rev. Sabino Ochan Odoki, the Bishop of Arua Diocese said the Basilica is a special gift from God for the diocese of Arua, Uganda and Africa as a whole. Bishop Sabino urged Christians to pray and uphold their faith in the Blessed Virgin Mary who intercedes for the universal church.
12:13
12:13

People`s Progressive Party Celebrates Victory in Pader Laguti Sub County 3 1

The ceremony started with a procession through Laguti Sub County and followed by a thanksgiving prayer which was led by the Anglican Bishop of Kitgum Diocese Wilson Kitara among other clergy from different denominations. More than 1,500 people from different walks of lives were in attendance at the open ground in Laguti Primary School.
11:39
11:39

Fort Portal Covid-19 Task Force Partners With Youth to Promote SOPs 1 1

On Saturday evening, the youth stationed on all routes leading to Fort Portal city with the placards. Some of the placards called on members of the public to wear masks properly, others advised people to avoid crowds while others carried messages encouraging hand washing and social distancing.
10:58
10:58

GMO Regulations In the Offing-NEMA 2 6

“NEMA has the mandate to devise guidelines and measures to manage GMOs. So I think we should abandon the idea of getting a GMO law,” he said.
10:18
10:18

Shillings 1.5BN Expansion Works Start at Anyangatir HC II Anyangatir HCII 1 4

The works include construction of a maternity ward, placenta pit, a solar pump water system, solar lighting system and twin staff quarters among others valued at Shillings 1.5 billion.
09:27
09:27

Mubiru Explains Choice of Players Preparing for Uganda Cranes Friendly Abdallah Mubiru 7 1

The notable absentees in the squad include goal keeper Salim Jamal who has been deputizing Denis Onyango on the team, Joseph Ochaya, Nicholas Wadada, Khalid Aucho, Farouk Miya and Kizito Luwagga, all these were part of the recent Uganda Cranes that played in the Afcon qualifiers.
08:53
08:53

Karusandara Residents Demand More UWA Community Outposts As Elephant Kill Another Person 1 4 Top story

Ibrahim Saad, who survived an elephant attack, last week says that his two acres of soya garden have been destroyed by stray elephants. He says UWA staff takes time to respond to community calls, something he thinks can be resolved by establishing more rangers outposts across the park.
08:39
08:39

Fort Portal RCC Unearthes Over 20 Ghost Emyooga Groups 1 1

In April, Mbabazi stopped the issuance of certificates to all 36 Emyooga SACCOs in Fort Portal after the Commercial Officer, Michael Karwani failed to avail the lists of the intended beneficiaries.
08:21
08:21

Belgian Government Injects Euros 20M in Skills Bridging Program in W. Nile, Albertine Regions 3 2

Chrystelle Jocquet, the Belgian Development Agency Resident representative in Uganda, says that the intervention will address key gaps like the teaching of theory, which has left many school leavers jobless.
08:03
08:03

Stay Away from Kampala: Museveni to Ugandans in Rural Areas as COVID-19 Cases Increases 1 5

Museveni noted that on Wednesday next week, he is going to convene a full scale national COVID-19 task force, which will recommend several preventive measures to curb the further spread of the disease.
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