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23:19
23:19

Government Officials Happy with Uganda's Performance in Dubai Expo 1 5 Top story

“I don’t know the motive of such people. I don’t know what they want or what their intentions are. Our aim is to attract investments and that is what we are doing and that is what Ugandans want,” says Rwakakamba, the UIA Board Chairman.
20:33
20:33

Suspected Terror Attacker Shot Dead In Kyebando Fred Enanga 1 2

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga has identified the deceased as Hamid Nsubuga, a suspected suicide bomber who escaped from Pader district in Northern Uganda in August.
18:27
18:27

Road Accidents Claimed 229 Lives in September, 1,000 Injured 1 1

Faridah Nampiima, the Traffic Directorate Spokesperson, said that the accidents which mostly emanated from reckless driving also resulted in serious and minor injuries to 1,054 people.
18:20
18:20

90 Retrained DPCs Redeployed at Former Work Stations 1

The DPCs were sent on course in the last week of May and they passed out on September 3, by the police’s director for Human Resource Development Godfrey Golooba, who rallied the commanders to put the knowledge and skills acquired into practice in order to improve policing.
17:45
17:45

Mbale City Transporters in Bitter Row Over Parking Space 1 5

The Taxi drivers under their umbrella Mbale Taxi Drivers, Conductors and Owners' Association accuse the proprietors of Express Transport Companies of parking along the streets and transporting passengers yet they are licensed as courier service providers.
17:16
17:16

One Ugandan Politician, Eight Companies Cited in The Pandora Papers 1 Top story

The papers revealed that individuals from at least 200 countries and territories had opened secret accounts in order to amass wealth. 336 current and former politicians have been cited in the papers.
17:08
17:08

100 Persons Languishing In Prisons As Luwero Court Fails to Secure Better Internet Connection capital offenses 2 1

Samuel Munobe, the Luwero Chief Magistrate, says that some accused persons with minor cases have been granted bail and their cases are being heard because they can appear in court from home.
17:06
17:06

Opposition Whips, Shadow Cabinet to meet over Plenary Boycott Parliament 2 1

Although the two legislators had been granted bail, they were re-arrested in separate events from the precincts of Kigo prison. It's on the basis of this that the Leader of Opposition Parliament led a boycott of the parliament sessions, in protest of the re-arrest and continued detention of their colleagues.
16:14
16:14

Uganda’s First Self-Help Book for the Diabetic Outed Amidst Rise Ministry Of Health 1 4

In just 60 pages, the book which features images and illustrations and has been reviewed by the Ministry of Health details what one needs to know about the various types of diabetes, the red flags for one to go for screening, self-care, what a patient should always look out for, and what caretakers should do in case of emergency
16:10
16:10

Health Center Construction Works Stall Four Months after Launch Ating HCII 3 1

Anjilo Opio, the area LC I chairperson says the workers approached him on Saturday, saying that they would leave the site due to nonpayment and of construction materials on the site. He says that the workers handed the keys for the store, which has a few bags of cement, iron bars, gumboots and some overalls.
15:52
15:52

Former Sub-County Chief Ordered to Refund Shillings 6.7M

While appearing before the district Works & Technical Services Committee, Ongee Galdino confessed to diverting the conditional grant for running the sub-county during the first lockdown.
15:34
15:34

Kikyuusa Police Boss Runs to Town Council Authorities over Dilapidated Station 4

The five roomed structure has developed cracks, which has triggered fears among police officers. It’s against this background that Muhindo has sought intervention from Kikyuusa Town Council authorities and Town Clerk.
15:04
15:04

Awach Sub County Councilors Petition Electoral Commission Over Election of LC III Chairperson 2 1

Bernard Thierry Kinyera, the speaker of Awach Sub County, says that his office has already written to the Gulu Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Geoffrey Okaka asking him to notify the Electoral Commission to conduct a by-election for the LC III chairperson within a month’s time.
14:47
14:47

Uganda to Open Shelter for Stranded Girls in UAE 1

Museveni made the pronouncement after discussions with the executive leaders of Ugandans living and working in the United Arab Emirates, under their umbrella body; The Association of Ugandans living in the United Arab Emirates (AUU) led by the Chairperson Nsubuga Abdulbasit.
14:37
14:37

NUP Lead Lawyer Anthony Wameli Battling Stage Four Cancer 2 Top story

Speaking from his sickbed in Boston, Wameli told URN that after the June admission thorough biopsies were done but it is only recently when they confirmed that he had stage four cancer.
14:21
14:21

Uganda Airlines Departs with 80 Passengers on Maiden Flight to Dubai 1 2

The 259- capacity Airbus A380-800 Neo aircraft left Entebbe International Airport after 12:18 pm on Monday, with 76 passengers in its economy class and five other flying business class. The maiden flight to Dubai was initially scheduled to take place at an earlier date but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
13:46
13:46

President Museveni Offers Land For Multipurpose Sports Facility Boxing in Uganda 1 1

The facility worth USD 5 million was donated by the International Boxing Association- AIBA in response to a request from Moses Muhangi, the Federation's President, whose plan is to set up an academy that will provide core and supporting programs to cover development courses for athletes, coaches, Referees and Judges, as well as sport and competition managers.
13:28
13:28

East African Development Bank Gives UGX 1.8 Billion For SMES Along EACOP Route Local content 1

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) business linkages project is expected to boost business linkages along the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) route.
13:24
13:24

Kisoro Health Workers Protest Nonpayment of Lunch Allowances, Deducted Salaries 4

Martin Habana’bakiza, the Chairperson of Uganda Nurses’ Association Kisoro branch who led the protest, said that much as President, Yoweri Museveni approved the increment of the nurses’ lunch allowances to Shillings 15,000 each day and their assistants Shillings 10,000, nurses in Kisoro are yet to benefit.
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