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19:32
19:32

Museveni Calls for Easing of Cross Border Trade Across Africa

Godwin Emefiele, the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, said the Pan-African payment and settlement system (PAPSS) will simplify cross-border transactions and reduce third currencies for intra-African trade. The third currencies include dollars, pounds and euro for cross-border transactions in Africa.
19:27
19:27

Ministers, MPs Demand Free Services in Mulago Hospital Private Wing 1 1

Dr Byarugaba said that it was disturbing that politicians don't want to pay for hospital services and expect peasants to pay for the same, adding that although the hospital is often blamed for not raising revenue, all efforts in this direction have been frustrated by Ministers, Members of Parliament and other political leaders.
19:12
19:12

Several Candidates Failed to Sit UNMEB Examinations Due toPregnancy, Loss of Parents 4 1

Those who never showed up include 53 Candidates for certificate programmes and five candidates for Diploma programs. In the previous examinations held in December 2020, a total of 123 registered candidates didn’t turn up for the final examinations.
19:03
19:03

Government to Pay Suppliers in 10-Days, Moves to Clear Domestic Arrears Budget 2022/2023

Going forward, any company which gets a road construction project contract will have to finance the entire road construction project and only be repaid after, between seven and 10 years from the start of construction.
18:54
18:54

DPP Makes U-Turn, to Prosecute Pastor Bugingo over New Marriage 1 2

Bujjingo is accused of committing bigamy and contracting marriage by customary law with Susan Makula when already married to Teddy Naluswa under the Marriage Act. On the other hand, Makula is charged with contracting marriage with Bugingo well aware that he is legally married to another woman.
18:03
18:03

Court Upholds Sentence of Ex- ISO Employees Over Embezzlement

The justices argued that the trial judge rightfully noted that the beneficiaries were paid and no accountability was made for the 4.9 Billion Shillings received by the appellants on the Crane Bank account to which only the appellants were signatories.
17:32
17:32

Health Committee to Probe Operations of Private Pharmacies in Mulago Hospital 1 1

In 2019, President Yoweri Museveni ordered the National Drug Authority (NDA) to cancel licences of the two private pharmacies operating in Mulago. However, the directive, according to Dr. Baterana, was temporarily stayed following legal advice from the Attorney General.
17:15
17:15

One Karimojong Warrior Killed in Fire Exchange With UPDF

Longole explains that the joint force comprising of the police and army had set up an ambush against cattle rustlers.
16:29
16:29

Presidency Seeks 18.7B for Presidential Advisors Vehicles, Facilitation of RDCs 2 1 Top story

But for them to be able to occupy these offices and execute their mandate, the presidency needed an allocation of up to 8.3 billion Shillings. Of this, only 3.2 billion Shillings was provided to cover the cost of renting their offices and allowances. The money that was not provided was budgeted for the purchase of their motor vehicles, according to State Minister for Economic MonitoringPeter Ogwang.
16:22
16:22

NIRA Officials in Jinja City Arrested over Extortion identity card 2 1

Their arrest follows complaints from national identity card applicants, who accuse the suspects of soliciting 20,000 Shillings.
15:50
15:50

Gabula Nadiope is Still King of Busoga- Kingdom Prime Minister head 1

In their impeachment letter dated 3rd, January 2022, which was received by both the office of the Speaker of Parliament and officials from the Ministry of Gender, the chiefs say that Busoga Lukiiko members fraudulently approved a motion to allow Gabula to rule for life after his term expired in 2019.
15:35
15:35

35 Suspects Arrested for Attacking Motorists Along Northern Bypass northern by-pass 3 1

The suspects were picked up last night in the ongoing security operations that kicked off two weeks ago. This follows reports of thugs targeting motorists and pedestrians along the Northern bypass.
15:15
15:15

MP Felix Ogong Involved in Accident 2

Ogong and his political Assistant Tony Okello who was driving were on the way from the MP’s farm in Agwata Town Council by the time of the accident.
15:13
15:13

Cult Followers in Luwero Hamper Polio Immunization Campaign Luwero district 4 1

Local Leaders say the cult believes that the immunization campaign is satanic and a plan to enforce the new world order.
13:49
13:49

Kitgum Residents Struggle to Access Clean Water as Boreholes Run Dry 1 2

All the boreholes were drilled near seasonal swamps in order to draw water due to the rocky and arid nature of the area. However, most of the seasonal swamps have currently dried up.
13:39
13:39

Ministry of Agriculture Lifts Livestock Quarantine in Katakwi Katakwi District 2

The quarantine was imposed in August 2021 in the sub-counties of Getom, Kapujan, Katakwi, and Okulonyo following the outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease.
12:40
12:40

Medical Lab Techs Suspend Strike over Deployment Promises Medical Strike 2

Sylvia Nabuddo, the Deputy General Secretary, Uganda Medical Laboratory Technology Association (UMLTA) told journalists on Friday that they held a meeting with Public Service Minister Wilson Muruli Mukasa early in the week who promised to address their grievances.
12:40
12:40

20 Schools in Apaa Township Fail to Reopen 3

Rodento Okot, the headteacher for Apaa Nursery and Primary School and Chairperson Headteachers Association Primary Schools says that the schools in the area are facing challenges.
12:29
12:29

Schools Create Safe Spaces for Pregnant, Breastfeeding Learners Soroti District 9 2

Charles Ondoki Torac, the Head Teacher of Holy Rosary Primary School in Gulu told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that the school is welcoming all learners irrespective of their status. He says that so far the school has registered one Primary seven learner who came back with two children.
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