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23:06
23:06

Army Impounds Four Trucks Allegedly Carrying Immature Fish 1 2

The trucks, destined for the Democratic Republic of Congo, were impounded in Kasese and driven today to the Fisheries Directorate head office in Entebbe pending further investigations.
20:26
20:26

Court Dismisses Election Petition Against Dr Michael Bukenya 3 2

Dr Bukenya was declared the winner of the election with 15,190 votes against his main challenger Babirye Jane Zaninka, who polled 6,047 votes. But Babirye, a member of the Opposition National Unity Platform – NUP petitioned the High Court in Mubende accusing Dr Bukenya jointly with the Electoral Commission - EC of violating the principles of a free and fair election and constitutionally guaranteed electoral process.
17:43
17:43

Casual Labourer Rapes, Murders 10-Year-old Girl 2 1

The Katogo Zone Defense Secretary, Yakuti Waiswa, says that the suspect who was working for the deceased’s grandmother raped the minor in the night and strangled her to death to cover his crime.
16:23
16:23

Gulu City Residents Protest Poor State of Roads 2

This morning, angry residents and the business community from Goans Quarters blocked the 1.5 kilometers road protesting its appalling condition. They mounted barricades, boulders, wood logs and planted crops demanding that no business takes place along the road until it is repaired.
16:07
16:07

3rd Division Court Martial Sentences Eight Over Illegal Possession of Fire arms 3 2

Capt. Edrin Mawanda, the UPDF 3rd division Spokesperson, says the 3rd Division Court Martial Chairperson Col. Francis Kateraho convicted the accused on their own plea of guilty.
15:33
15:33

Bududa Bridge Collapses 2 3

Robert Mangobe, the area LC I Chairperson, says that he tried to inquire about the bridge works when it was starting but he was chased away.
15:33
15:33

Court Reschedules Judgement in Bundibugyo Election Petitions

According to a notice issued by the assistant registrar Francis Matenga Dawa, the judgment for the two petitions have been rescheduled for October 18 and not October 15 as earlier scheduled.
14:34
14:34

Heavy Rains Render Ibanda Roads Impassable 5 2

Mackline Tushabe, a resident of Katafari cell says that because of the poor road pedestrians, Boda boda riders and vehicles have encroached on her millet garden as they try to evade the potholes.
14:19
14:19

Construction of Roads in Busia Stalls Over Structures Built in Road Reserve 3

Construction of the 3 Kilometers roads that started last month has since stalled on the 0.27 Kilometers- Kms Wanyama Bony road, and 0.65 Kms Ekaka road after residents constructed residential houses, wall fences on the road reserve. The owners of the structures are demanding compensation before works can proceed.
13:35
13:35

Medics Warn Against Using Herbs for Treating Elephantiasis hydroceles 4 5

The neglected tropical disease is spread by infected mosquitoes whose bites deposit a parasite that travels to the lymph nodes. It affects the lymphatic system causing swelling and pain in the legs, arms and genitalia. It also increases the risk of frequent bacterial infections that harden and thicken the skin.
13:01
13:01

200 Families Left Homeless as Hailstorm Devastates Kibaale crops 5 3

The two-day heavy downpour that started on Monday evening until Tuesday evening affected villages of Kanooga, Kakihimbara, Kaisobakara, and Kayunga in Matale Sub County, Kiganda in Kyahazihire sub-county, Kiziizi Cell, Buyanja Cell and Karuguuza Cell all in Kibaale town Council.
12:35
12:35

Kilembe Residents Decry Poor State of Roads residents concerned 2 4

The road is used by pilgrims and other faithful to Bukalango Healing Centre in Kilembe. Angry residents say that roads only receive attention from authorities during the election period.
10:43
10:43

AirArabia To Fly to Entebbe Three Times Weekly 3 2

Ibrahim Abdisalam, the General Sales Agent (GSA) Arab Air in Uganda, says that the company is set to boost its relationship in the country and market opportunities for Ugandans travelling to and from the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
10:24
10:24

MAK Gov't Students Disappointed With Selective Release of Allowances Makerere University 1 3

Allan Lokot, a government-sponsored student in his third year, argues that the allowances help them to meet costs beyond food and residence. He explains that students like him save off this money to buy handouts, basic requirements like airtime for online lectures and hostel necessities.
08:56
08:56

Family Planning Services Uptake Improves In Kasese following Easing of Lockdown 1 5

Nancy Biira, an enrolled midwife at Kinyamaseke Health Health Center III in Kinyamaseke Town Council told URN in an interview that the facility registered 400 clients who came for family planning services in September alone up from between 300-350 clients they registered in previous months.
08:25
08:25

Supply of Faulty Motor, Power Outage Prolong Water Crisis in Luwero Town Council 1 Top story

According to Kisaakye, their efforts to restore water supply suffered a setback when they received a faulty motor, which they had to send back to the supplier. “Hopefully today please, the Motor they gave us had issues. The supplier had to take it back, but we may finish it today, but Umeme may be off today again,” he said.
08:05
08:05

Three Arrested for Raping 40-Year-Old Woman in Adjumani

Alex Vuga Chandiga, the LC I Chairperson of Rassia East village identifies the suspects as William Anyanzo Itraru, Godfrey Alumai commonly known as Gogoo and another only identified as Oliki.
07:48
07:48

Court Dismisses Election Petitions Against Gogonyo, Namisindwa MPs 3

The two separate rulings were on Tuesday delivered by Mbale High Court Deputy Registrar James Mawanda Ereemye.
07:43
07:43

EACOP: Kyotera PAPs Shun Bank Account Opening Process As Compensation Nears 8 1 Top story

Charles Lwanga, a resident of Kanga village, says that he cannot open up an account yet he refused to sign the RAP forms because of unfair compensation rates for their properties including land, coffee and houses compared to the rates given to the PAPs in Rakai and Lwengo districts.
07:10
07:10

Business Picking Up in Moroto After Lockdown business in moroto 2 2

Paul Loduk, a cattle trader from Moroto notes that the reopening of markets has enabled people to buy the goods and access services of their choice to satisfy their needs fully.
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