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20:38
20:38

Kyambogo Management Asks Gov’t to Reopen Namboole for COVID-19 Positive Students 3 1

According to the Vice Chancellor, Kyambogo has already registered 50 Covid-19 positive cases of students and eight positive cases of staff and fortunately, no one has died .
20:18
20:18

Woman Arrested for Torturing 5-Year-Old Stepdaughter 1 1

Patrick Jimmy Okema, the Aswa Regional Police Spokesperson told URN on Monday that reports obtained indicate that the suspect severely beat up Akoli for yet undisclosed reasons, then took the victim to Life Line Clinic in Lira City for medical attention.
20:09
20:09

Magogo Announces UGX7.7m Handshake for Each Sand Crane From AFCON Senegal Sand Cranes 4 2

According to Magogo, FUFA in partnership with the Uganda Beach Soccer Association will extend the sport to different Universities and schools and other regions in a bid to make it popular around the country.
19:41
19:41

Lawyers Petition Constitutional Court Challenging Compulsory Land Acquisition 2 1

The petitioners through their lawyers of Frank Tumusiime and Company Advocates also argue that under the Land Acquisition Act, the citizens have no bargain for their rights and property which is illegal.
18:46
18:46

More Education Institutions Close After Registering COVID-19 Cases 1 1

Amid a new COVID-19 wave in Uganda, several institutions of learning are being forced to temporarily suspend physical teaching and learning activities after students and staff tested positive for the virus.
17:56
17:56

FDC Supports NUP on LOP Appointment 2

The position of FDC to support NUP leadership debunks claims on different media platforms that have been indicating that FDC as a party is not planning to work with NUP during its term as the main opposition party.
17:53
17:53

Speaker Oulanyah Urges MPs on Evidence Based Debate plenary 6 1

The Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has urged members of the 11th Parliament to ensure that debate in the house is evidence-based rather than speculation. Oulanyah was today opening the three day orientation exercise for the 529 members of Parliament.
17:36
17:36

Average Turn up as Cranes Kicks Off Preparations Ahead of South Africa Game Abdallah Mubiru 3 1

The Uganda Cranes interim head coach Abdallah Mubiru, who conducted the training with his assistants Livingston Mbabazi and Fred Kajoba, said some of the players didn’t show up because they hadn’t received their COVID-19 test results.
17:17
17:17

150 Arrested in Night Curfew Operations in the Albertine motorcycles 1 1

Vincent Mwesigye, the Albertine Regional Police Commander-RPC told Uganda Radio Network in an interview on Monday that the operations were conducted on Friday, Saturday and Sunday where they apprehended more than 150 curfew violators across the region.
17:05
17:05

Kinyara Health Center III Reopened Health workers 1

The health facility that is located within Kinyara Sugar Works Company Limited premises and serves the company workers and the neighboring communities was closed on Thursday last week.
17:04
17:04

Four Perish in Another Accident Along Soroti- Mbale Road Gateway Bus Company 2 2 Top story

Peter Ekellot, a friend who rushed to the scene of the accident, says that Abura and Ogiraileng are UPDF soldiers attached to Magoro in Katakwi district. He explains that the duo had travelled to Soroti through Omatenga- Okokorio ferry connecting Katakwi and Kumi districts through Lake Bisina to withdraw their salaries in Soroti.
17:04
17:04

Why Police has Withheld Salary for Kampala SPCs 1 1

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, has confirmed that there was a general delay for the last month salary for all SPCs countrywide but money has now been sent to respective regions except Kampala Metropolitan. Enanga explained that salary for KMP SPCs is being withheld because there is verification being done.
16:34
16:34

Hawker Commits Suicide over Broken Relationship 3 1

Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire has identified the deceased as Brian Mugarura 28 years who ran outside his house and threw himself into a drainage channel today.
15:41
15:41

Community Hands over Moroto’s Most Wanted Suspect to UPDF, Police gun crime 1 2

Emmy Kongai Louro, the LC 2 chairperson of Naitakwae and resident of Katanga cell, says that they decided to hand over Moru after a series of attacks against the community members, in which some people were gunned down.
15:12
15:12

Landslides Disrupt Water Supply in Namisindwa District 4 1

Halima Mukhwana, the Namisindwa sub-branch NWSC Manager, says the recent landslides that occurred about a week ago affected their entire infrastructure. She, however, says their teams on the ground to fix the problem and restore supply.
14:50
14:50

Experts Push for Generic COVID-19 Vaccines 1

More than 1.87 billion doses of vaccines have been supplied globally, but there are just ten countries that have been able to vaccinate 40 percent of their population. These include the USA, Seychelles, the United Arab Emirates with 70 percent of their populations vaccinated.
14:41
14:41

Rapid Population Growth Worries Pallisa Officials 4 1

Dr. Mulekwa explains that the uptake of family planning remains low with the use of contraceptives standing at 31%.
14:35
14:35

Gov't Lacks Funds to Implement Tobacco Act Tobacco Control Act

According to officials, initially, 1.8 billion Shillings was budgeted to fully implement the law countrywide. However, more than five years since the law was passed, little has been done to reduce the use of tobacco use in the country. Due to the lack of funds, the health ministry has not been able to enforce the law. In addition to this, they cannot hire the necessary staff to help with making regulations to guide the implementation of the law
13:34
13:34

Over 2000 People Spend Weekend in Custody Over Flouting Curfew Rules 1 1

At least 2124 people spent their weekend in various police cells after they were arrested for flouting curfew time. Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, said joint security operations arrested people on roads driving or riding past curfew time while many others were picked from bars.
12:57
12:57

Police Officer Shoots Boy Dead in Kamuli area 1 1

ASP Twesigye reportedly walked back to the police station after quarreling with the youths, and returned to the scene in the company of three other police personnel. Twesigye is then reported to have fired two rounds of live ammunitions in the air before before turning the gun on young Bakooye and shooting him in the chest.
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