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Apr 2022 44 results
22:30
22:30

Committee Resolves to Pay KCCA Casual Workers city cleaners 1

More than 3,000 cleaners from the five divisions worked under SACCOS contracted by Kampala Capital City Authority- KCCA to clean the streets, desilt drainage channels, maintain city green and collect garbage among others.
22:09
22:09

Joint Council Meeting Resolves to Rename Cancer Centre After Oulanyah 1 6

Peter Douglas Okello, Omoro LCV Chairperson proposed a motion seeking to have the facility that is still under construction be renamed Jacob L’Okori Oulanyah Cancer Center.
21:38
21:38

43 Years Later, Survivors Relive Battle of Entebbe 8 2

Silver Ggingo is one of those civilians who still bear the scars of war after sharp fragments of a rocket, launched by Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF), hit him and shattered his leg. Ggingo remembers 5 April 1979 as if it was yesterday.
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18:51

Uganda Fuel Supply Not Affected, as Kenyan Government Moves to End Crisis Fuel prices

The Kenyan government subsidises the price of fuel by about 600 Uganda shillings per litre, and has the authority to set the maximum price under the Petroleum Act of 2019. Most of all the petroleum products in Uganda are imported directly from the international market, and are only transported through Kenya.
18:45
18:45

Three Suspects Plead Guilty to Tampering with Electricity Installations Sanula Nambozo 1

They are accused for conspiring to commit that felony. Mukalazi and Ssemobwe have pleaded guilty to the charges against them.
18:23
18:23

Bulambuli Land Torture Victims Call for Transfer of Police OC and CID Boss 1

The over 4,000 people evicted from three sub counties in Bulambuli district claim their plots of land have been grabbed by a politician who is behind their torment. According to locals, last week goons hired by the politician armed with sticks, stones, bricks and escorted by police came and found them cultivating, descended on them, beat them seriously claiming that they were digging in the land of the politician.
17:56
17:56

EC Sets Date for Omoro County By-Election 1

According to a letter dated April 6, 2022, written by the Secretary to the Electoral Commission, Leonard Mulekwah, all Secretary Generals of registered political parties have been asked to prepare for the electoral process.
17:50
17:50

More Congolese Fleeing War Enter Kasese 1 1

Emmanuel Kule Maliba, the LC III Chairperson of Kitholhu sub-county says the number of the asylum seekers could be much higher since some have preferred to stay with their relatives.
17:37
17:37

Police Shoot Resident Dead, Injure Four Other People Mayuge 1 1

Three pupils of Mayuge primary school namely Stella Kadama, Dello Namusamwa and Samuwa Wagadhunya also sustained serious injuries and were rushed to Bugiri general hospital for further management.
17:32
17:32

IGP Bans Keeping of Police Vehicles at Personal Homes 2 1

Police drivers including those for senior police officers have been directed to always ensure that vehicles are parked the police stations and keys handed over to the counter. Drivers are expected to drop their bosses to their respective homes and immediately drive back to respective stations and park the vehicles.
17:32
17:32

15.9 Million Ugandans Could Have Been Infected with COVID-WHO COVID-19 Testing

The study whose findings are based on 151 seroprevalence studies carried out on the continent between January 2020 and December 2021 shows that the COVID- infections were 97 times more than the reported cases.
16:46
16:46

Panic as Karimojong Warriors Target TB Patients whose Coughing Annoys, Alarms Them Ministry of Health 1 2

According to his neighbor Daniel Kedi, the suspected warriors attacked the deceased at around 10:00 pm ordering him to get out of his house because he was coughing and the noise irritated the them, and they feared it was also a curse .
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16:29

Uganda 'Responsible' for Africa’s Coffee Export Decline in February -Report

The world coffee body reveals that although exports are still growing for the first five months of the coffee year 2021/2022, and have already increased to 2.4 million bags compared to 2.29 bags during the same period last year, Uganda’s exports fell by up to 20.2 percent.
16:25
16:25

Two Dembe Employees Remanded For Murdering Colleague

The prosecution told the court that on March 16th, 2022, Uwera, Odeke and others still at large with malice aforethought caused the death of Mahad Mohamad at Dembe Trading Enterprises Limited in Bugolobi in Nakawa Division in Kampala District.
15:07
15:07

Uganda’s Air Quality Index Unknown -MOH Ministry of Health 2 3

To guide countries on how to are faring, the global health body has developed an Air Quality Index. This is a yardstick used to determine how a country rates in terms of pollution whereby the higher the index value, the greater the level of air pollution and the greater the health concern.
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14:27

Residents Protest Resolution on Location of Masaka District Headquarters 1 4

The residents backed up by the local leaders are protesting the council resolution demanding that it is rescinded, to serve the interests of the majority population in the district.
14:23
14:23

Why Government has Introduced Yellow Boxes at Kampala Major Junctions 2 4

However, much as boda bodas come with alot of ease to their users, they are not void of troubles associated with the behaviour of their riders. The riders are known to ride on pavements, pedestrian walkways, over take from the wrong side of the road and also ride on opposite lanes.
14:16
14:16

Kasensero Residents, Leaders Decry Worsening Toilet Crisis 5 1

According to Harriet Nabbala, the Kasensero Town Clerk, the majority of residents littler feces due to a lack of pit latrines which may spark deadly diseases such as typhoid during the rainy season.
14:05
14:05

Court Orders Prisons OC to Return Mabirizi's Documents Susan Makula 1 1 Top story

Mabirizi informed the judge that he was not ready to proceed because all his documents relating to the matter were confiscated by Aikomundu on his way to the Court. He explained that Aikomundu confiscated the documents while searching him for the March 31st 2022 letter that he wrote to the Cabinet asking them to constitute a tribunal to drop Justice Musa Ssekaana as a High Court Judge.
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