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16:07
16:07

Uganda Clays' Recovery Continues Despite Volatile Environment 1

The company says would have been better, but that the profit growth is satisfactory considering the two years of the pandemic, the not-so-good general economic environment as well as the lingering effects of the 2021 general elections.
15:10
15:10

Stanbic Bank Found Guilty of Negligence in UGX180M Fraud Case 1

Justice Musa Sekaana ruled that there was no single letter of introduction from Wakiso District Local Administration or local councils of the area introducing the organization or its membership and especially directors to the bank. The bank didn’t seek such information even after learning of the differences in the address of the original Organisation and the said branch in Wakiso.
15:03
15:03

Farmers Trained to Manage, Instead of Poisoning Crested Cranes 1 4

Gilbert Tayebwa, a Conservation Program Officer attached to the International Crane Foundation (ICF) says that the farmers have been poisoning the cranes to protect their crops because they did not know about the different deterrent mechanisms to protect their gardens from invasion.
14:56
14:56

Peace Activists Warn: Confrontation will Not End Conflicts in Karamoja 2

Mathew Dengel one of the activist said Confrontation approach will never end the current conflicts in the region.
14:23
14:23

Masaka Catholics Generate 400-Page Report from Consultation on Reforms Synod on Synodality 4

Bishop Jjumba indicated at the climax of the exercise in the diocese on Friday, that their local consultations committee had compiled a draft report of 400 pages as views collected from the different categories of people across the 58 parishes in the diocese.
14:17
14:17

Bishop Endorses Kagadi Secession 3

Alice Kabasana, the head of the laity in Kagadi archdeaconry and deputy head of the laity of Bunyoro Kitara diocese is optimistic that the diocese will come with various developments. She asked Christians to work jointly to ensure their dream is fulfilled.
14:04
14:04

Vandalism: Nakasongola Residents Celebrate Easter Without Power UMEME limited

Fred Lubinga, the LC 3 Chairperson of Katuugo town council explains that on Tuesday night thugs cut down six electric poles between Katuugo and Kakooge towns along the Kampala-Gulu highway and made off with the cables.
13:48
13:48

Leaders Speak Out On Vice Chairperson Killed During Cattle Raid karamoja leaders 2 1

According to Lowok, he interested the deceased in the position of sub-county vice-chairperson to keep him busy after realizing that he was not willing to stop raiding.
11:45
11:45

Sickle Cell, Malnutrition Chocking Omoro, Pader, Oyam, Lira and Gulu Districts 6 1

Gloria Anena, a Senior Clinical Officer and administrator at Omoro Health Centre IV says 30% of the 200,000 children that are quarterly brought to the facility for treatment are suffering from sickle cell disease while 50% have some level of malnourishment.
11:09
11:09

Four Die in Easter Sunday Accident Along Masaka-Kampala Highway

According to Nampiima, the deceased include one female adult, one female minor and two male adults. Three other victims were rushed to various clinics for medical attention. Police are yet to establish the identities of the accident victims.
10:26
10:26

Gen. Mbadi Meets FADRC Team to Review Progress of the Operation Shujaa Operation Shujja 2

The Operation Shujja spokesperson, Maj. Peter Mugisa told this reporter on Monday morning that the two principles also discussed the need for additional manpower from both UPDF and FARDC and enhancing the security of road construction from Kasindi-Beni-Butembo.
09:09
09:09

First Rains in Karamoja Cut off Roads 1

Joseph Lokol, the Nabilatuk District chairperson, says that the rains have washed away some culverts, making several roads impassable.
08:41
08:41

Lolachat Seed School Teachers Fear for their Lives 2 1

A teacher told URN on condition of anonymity because he is not allowed to speak to the media that they are in danger because everyone has access to school.
08:18
08:18

Affirmative Action: Is Time to Focus on Boys? 5

The Church of Uganda Archbishop, Samuel Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu says that the list of high political offices and state agencies headed by women, including that of the vice president, is impressive. He, however, says that this is also because women have some more gifts that give them an edge over men, including trust.
07:57
07:57

Namutumba Man Arrested Over Life Threatening Leaflets police station 1 1

Esther Namwase told journalists that the leaflet that was dropped in her compound on Saturday night contained messages instructing her to vacate from the village within seven days.
07:37
07:37

Police Constable Commits Suicide 1

Chemutai allegedly shot himself dead in his house on Sunday morning. John Lokooto, the Kazo District Police Commander, says that the deceased had breakfast with two of his colleagues at Kanoni trading centre.
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