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19:06
19:06

CNOOC Says Negotiations For Lake Albert’s FID Yet To Be Finalised 1 2 Top story

A Final investment decision on Kingfisher development will allow CNOOC to award $460 million worth of contracts to Chinese and Ugandan players waiting to cash in from engineering, construction and logistics supply deals among others.
18:36
18:36

Bombers Captain Shadir Musa Punches to National Champions League shadir musa bwogi 3 2

Bwogi entered the ring in the red corner at Lugogo sports complex on Friday morning where he eased past Okello with a knockout in the first round. He looked sharp from the first minute raining the opponent with several punches which forced the referee stopped the contest.
18:16
18:16

MOH to Use Passenger Manifests To Track Travelers Miss COVID-19 Tests at Entebbe Airport 1 5

The move is one of the strategies Dr. Atwine told our reporter that the ministry plans to implement as a result of identifying loopholes in the current exercise of testing only unvaccinated passengers from ten countries namely India, South Sudan, Kenya, United Arab Emirates and Tanzania.
18:15
18:15

Adjumani Baby Boom Chocks Hospital as Maternity Ward Runs out of Beds Adjumani Hospital

According to the medical supretendant Dr. Michael Ambaku, the hospital now delivers from 80 to 120 mothers in a day which has not been the case in the past.
17:59
17:59

Kwania Gives Two Months Ultimatum to Encroachers to Leave Wetland 3 2

According to Okweny, many people have continued to encroach and illegally reclaim wetlands for settlement and farming in Abongomola Sub County and other sub counties in the district, an activity which he says possess huge threat to the environment.
17:50
17:50

Sigh of Relief As Bwesumbu HCII Is Upgraded Bwesumbu Sub county 1 3

Annet Biira an expectant mother says the improved facility will close the window of women who have been using traditional birth attendants-TBAs because they could not meet transport costs to bigger health centres in neighbouring sub counties.
17:13
17:13

Mbadi To Beef Up Security For Albertine Oil and Gas 3 1 Top story

The discovery of commercial hydrocarbons in Lake Albert and its shores has led to border disputes between Uganda and DRC. There are fears that tension may increase once Uganda begins the extraction given that the boundary between the two countries in the lake cannot be easily identified.
17:13
17:13

Soroti West Voters Appeal Decision to Uphold Victory of Area MP MP Jonathan Ebwalu 1

However, the court found that less than half of the required 500 voters fulfilled the legal requirement of appending signatures to the petition with voters' identity cards, polling station details or districts where they were registered from.
16:58
16:58

Former Lamwo District Woman MP Appeals Against Petition Dismissal MP Nancy Acora 1

She also wants a panel of three Court of Appeal Judges to declare that Acora was not validly elected as the district woman member of Parliament and be ordered to pay costs of this appeal and for the lower Court.
16:53
16:53

FDC’s Oddo Tayebwa Losses Election Petition Against Bushenyi-Ishaka Municipality MP 2 1

FDC's Oddo Tayebwa lost the 14th January 2021 parliamentary elections after he collected 5,898 votes against NRM's Derrick Kabuura who collected 8,199 votes, Others in the race were Yedidia Nyakahangura of ANT who got 734 votes, Kenneth Akanduhura independent 166 votes, Elly Ahabwe Rukira independent 47 votes, Nasser Nduhukire independent 13 votes.
16:39
16:39

Uganda's Mufuma is First African to Win Junior Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 4 1

Ethan Mufuma says being the first African child to win this Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition-QCEC ever since its inception in 1883 is an extraordinary achievement which must be given the necessary attention by the state.
15:29
15:29

Uganda Crested Cranes Defeats Eswatini 5-1 in Port Elizabeth 1 1 Top story

Joan Nabirye and Riticia Nabbosa gave Uganda Crested Cranes a 2-0 half time lead at the Madibaz Stadium at the Nelson Mandela Bay in Port Elizabeth.
15:17
15:17

Uganda's Exports to UAE Grow From $300M to $1.850Bn in a Decade 3

During the six months of the expo, President Museveni says that officials will show Uganda’s unique tourism potential to the people of the UAE and other participating countries and promote agriculture products such as diary, fish, simsim, cocoa, coffee, fruits and vegetables. They will also promote trade and seek joint ventures and investments in agriculture, manufacturing, services and ICT.
14:55
14:55

Staff Warn New UCAA Boss Bamwesigye over ICAO Compliance Inspection 2

Another staff says Bamwesigye must lobby for extra funds because these funds are pegged to addressing staffing shortfalls, regulating safety and standards that could put UCAA in trouble when the International Civil Aviation Organisation-ICAO audits Uganda. "The ICAO audit is due this year and remember in 2014, that audit resulted in the closure of Air Uganda and suspension of Air Cargo."
14:07
14:07

Lwengo Murder Victim's Relatives Refuse Police DNA Testing Citing Duplicity Lwengo Murders 1 2

Commissioner Julius Twinomujuni, from Police Directorate of Forensic Sciences-DFS, had been sent to Lwengo district to pick blood samples from three people claiming to be relatives to Francis Ruhamyakaaka alias Nkaaka, who want to exhume the deceased's remains.
13:42
13:42

Elegu Border Records Sharp Rise in Covid-19 Positive Cases truck drivers 3 1

Last month of September 2021, out of the 2,594 samples tested by the health team 92 people, mostly travelers and long-distance truck drivers turned positive compared to 35 out of 2,478 samples tested in August.
13:30
13:30

Minister Nabakooba Suspends Buikwe Land Activities, Orders Arrest of Officials 3 3

Nabakooba had earlier asked Ssebyala to explain how various rich people were able to claim ownership of the contested land or at least provide some documents pertaining to the said land, but she failed claiming she did not have the documents at the moment.
12:01
12:01

Gulu School to Host World Education Week on Building Resilience 2 2

Odong-Kigundi explained that while education institutions in Uganda have been largely closed since March 2020 due to the global pandemic, Wakadogo School has been able to conduct at least 20,000 face-to-face homeschooling lessons in the community to ensure continuity of learning.
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