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22:22
22:22

CECAFA U-20 Women’s Cup: Uganda Beats Tanzania 1-0 match 1

Uganda’s lone goal was scored through a penalty by team captain Fauzia Najjemba in the 73rd minute of the game. With the current result, Uganda maintains the first position of the tournament’s table standings, followed by fellow title contender, Ethiopia.
17:55
17:55

Online Voting System Frustrates Kabale University Guild Elections 4 6

The voting which took place today had a hybrid of both physical and online polls. While Engineering and Medicine students were voting physically at the University playground in Kikungiri, the rest of the departments were voting through the AIMS software.
17:15
17:15

Expectant Mothers Fill Kawempe Hospital Verandas as Deliveries Triple Stanbic Bank Uganda 4 1

The Deputy Executive Director, Dr Lawrence Kazibwe says each day they deliver between 100 and 150 babies ever since the second COVID-19 lockdown was lifted.
17:06
17:06

Four Pakwach District Police Officers Found Guilty of Corruption 2 1

The four together with the Officer in Charge of Traffic Innocent Mafabi were reportedly given a sum of 675 million Shillings to pay 162 Special Police Constables for manning the February 2021 general elections. But each Special Police Constable was paid 370,000 Shillings instead of 375,000 Shillings, which had been budgeted for.
16:37
16:37

Non-Adherence to HIV Treatment Blamed on Lack of Competent Counselors Ministry of Health 3

Dr Stephen Watiti, an HIV activist blames this on the lack of competent counsellors to guide clients on what to expect early enough, and as a result, when many of the newly infected people start on treatment, they end up dropping out.
16:24
16:24

Police Stuck with Body of Swift Bus Suspected Bomber Uganda Polce Force 1 1

Police spokesperson Fred Enanga told Uganda Radio Network that they have been conducting analyses to find more information regarding the type of bomb that he exploded in the bus, but at the same time waiting for his family. However, no one has claimed the body.
15:37
15:37

Hundreds Queue for COVID-19 Jab at Bulange-Mengo 1 5

Queues started building up from the main gate of Bulange, the seat of the Buganda Kingdom, where several mobile vaccination statutes have been stationed, as early as 7 a.m and increasingly became longer snaking through Bulange way and part of Kabaka Anjagala Road.
14:06
14:06

147 Suspected Criminals Arrested in Gulu Crackdown Gulu City 3 2

David Ongom Mudong, the Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson told URN in an interview that the suspects were arrested in connection with criminal acts ranging from the theft of phones and handbags, motorcycle theft, robbery, rape, and smoking opium.
13:56
13:56

Former Bank of Uganda Deputy Governor Robert Elangot Dies at 87 prostate cancer 1 1

Elangot, who served as the Central Bank Deputy Governor between 1980 and 1989, breathed his last at International Hospital Kampala on Saturday. He was hospitalized in late September due to multiple organ complications, according to David Malinga Akol, a relative found at the Elangot’s home in Soroti.
13:20
13:20

Police Intensifies Search for Missing Eritrean Players police spokesperson 3 1

Kiira Region Police Spokesperson James Mubi told URN on Saturday that detectives have intensified inquiries among some Eritrean families in Uganda, whom they suspect to have masterminded the escape
12:59
12:59

Four Men Arrested for Assaulting Kayunga Deputy RDC Ssabanyala 2 2

Mukose, together with his driver Stanley Nsamba and other community leaders, were attacked by an angry mob at Kyelima in Kitimbwa sub-county where they had gone to stop a land sensitization meeting organized by the Cultural leader of the Banyala community in Kayunga Maj. Baker Kimeze.
12:35
12:35

Councilor Seeks Resignation of Workers’ Rep. for Clinging on Public Office 2 3

By the time of his election, the workers representative James Ocan Oyaro was serving as the Human Resource Personnel Officer at Patongo Town Council. He was subsequently appointed the Senior Assistant Secretary for Lamiyo Sub County in Agago district, an office he assumed on Friday.
12:12
12:12

MP Bagala Appeals in Mityana District Election Case 2

Bagala is equally challenging the decision. In her appeal, filed in the Court of Appeal, Bagala faults the High Court judge for holding that there was non-compliance with electoral laws and principles during the conduct of the elections for the woman MP for Mityana District in the 2021 general elections.
11:29
11:29

Passengers Excited as Govt Starts 'Swab and Go' at Entebbe Airport 2 6

Dr Jane Ruth Aceng, the Minister of Health, told our reporter that the "swab and go" move was based on a scientific assessment of the tests done in the last five days of mandatory testing at the airport. Aceng says only 34 of the 700 passengers tested in that period were positive for COVID-19.
10:28
10:28

1,156 Teachers, Non-Teaching Staff Vaccinated Against COVID-19 in Bundibugyo 1 3

Schools and other educational institutions were first closed in March 2020 shortly before Uganda registered its first cases of COVID-19. Although they were re-opened in October 2020, the second wave of infections forced the government to close schools again in May 2021 and they have since remained closed.
10:02
10:02

Minister Bahati Irked by Delayed Delivery of Ferry Services on Lake Bunyonyi 3 3

The much-awaited establishment of ferry services at Lake Bunyonyi and the proposed upgrade of the 15-kilometre Kabale-Bunyonyi and 60-kilometer Muko-Katuna roads were pledges made by President Yoweri Museveni during campaigns that preceded the 2016 general election. However, they are yet to be fulfilled.
09:27
09:27

Police Investigates Double Murder Incident in Mpigi 3 1

Initial reports indicate that one of the victims; Ismail Mugerwa, was killed in a scuffle as he attempted to fight a group of suspected robbers who had attacked his home. The Police said that another person, identified as Umar Bashir Sekitoleko was arrested by neighbours who responded to the alarm and was subsequently killed by a mob.
09:02
09:02

Army to Tarmac Roads to Entebbe Children's Surgical Hospital 4 3

The 72-bed capacity facility has three operating theatres, six intensive care units, 16 high dependency unit beds, and one Isolation room. It has six clinics, a radiology room, a laboratory with a blood bank, a CT scanner, pharmacy, auxiliary services, and guesthouses for patients from far, among other facilities.
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