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18:59
18:59

Buganda Kingdom Queries Issuance of Land Titles Under the Lake 2

Speaking to journalists at Bulange Mengo, the Kingdom Spokesperson Noah Kiyimba expressed dismay at how Hammis Kiggundu was able to acquire land titles in the lake, something unacceptable under the laws of Uganda.
18:32
18:32

Makerere Students Disappointed Over Graduation Booklet [email protected] 4 2

While graduands from the College of Health Sciences, School of Law, and the College of Natural Sciences were celebrating their victory on Monday, representatives of over 40 affected students met at University Hall awaiting to hear from their college Principal on the matter.
18:20
18:20

Police Constable Found Dead at Entebbe Zoo 2

Police are investigating a suspected suicide vide CRB 725/2022. Luke Owoyesigire, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Deputy Spokesperson, says Kawu's "colleague alleges he heard gunshots about 2 am on the lakeside. He never minded and thought their marine colleagues had shot someone."
17:59
17:59

Artisanal Miners Throng Suspected New Gold Site in Namayingo 5

The artisanal miners are from Busia, Mayuge and Bugiri while others are from within Namayingo itself.
17:31
17:31

US Army Envoy Assesses Health Situation at Forth Division Army Barracks 2 5

Lt. Col Scott Polasek later told journalists that they are impressed by the professionalism exhibited while providing health services to soldiers and civilians at the facility.
17:15
17:15

Joint Security Force Shoots Dead Two Karimojong Rustlers, Recover Firearm 1 Top story

Brig David Mugisa, the UPDF 3rd Division Deputy commander, calls upon the elders and peace-loving people of Karamoja to stand up and fight against gun violence in the region. He said the presence of guns in Karamoja has slowed down development in the region.
16:42
16:42

Inadequate Social Workers Affecting Rehabilitation Services in Prisons 2

Elizabeth Nanfuka, the Commissioner for Social Rehabilitation and Reintegration in Uganda Prison Services, says that there are currently 56 social workers in prisons serving 68,261 inmates in different prisons countrywide.
16:27
16:27

CMI, Police Arrest Six Suspects Over GISO's Murder Fred Enanga 1 1

Preliminary information showed that the assailants intercepted Lukambwe while crossing through the Kanyogoga eucalyptus forest near his home in Misombwa village in Ddundu parish on his way from a drinking joint in Kabembe around 11 pm.
15:49
15:49

Global Electric Car Sales Shoot to 6.6 Million Kiira EV

An increase in sales is attributed to conducive policies in Europe and China, while high prices have made them unaffordable in developing countries.
14:29
14:29

Kitgum Registers New Nodding Syndrome Cases 3

Joe Otoo, the coordinator of nodding syndrome in Labongo Akwang Sub-county, says the cases were registered in Abudere and Labworormor villages in Pajimo Parish, Labongo Akwang Sub-County Kitgum district.
11:56
11:56

Another LC III Chairperson Shot Dead in Kotido

Joseph Lokiru, a resident of Napumpum told URN that the deceased was drinking together with his friends on Sunday when he was shot dead. "No one could tell the side where the bullet came from. We only saw the chairman crying for help and people scattering for their dear lives," he said.
11:10
11:10

Sustainability Challenges Threaten Operations of Public Libraries 3 2

Joel Mukasa, who vends art crafts, and pieces of jewelry at the verandah of the library, says that the facility has almost lost its relevancy because it is no longer attractive to the community including students who were its regular users especially on weekends and during holidays.
10:39
10:39

Gov't Schools in Bunyangabu Continue To Register More New Learners government schools 9 3

The school deputy headteacher in charge of academics, Peter Ndagiire, reasons that the current economic crisis coupled with a poor harvesting season has forced many parents to withdraw their children from private schools because they could not afford school fees and other mandatory requirements.
10:13
10:13

ADF Activities Slowed Down Last Month- Sector Commander 1

According to Col. Wanyama, they have killed 20 suspected ADF rebels and recovered over 10 guns and various calibers of ammunition over the past month. Wanyama, who shared the sector operation status report with URN, said that whereas the ADF threat still exists, the trend of violence has reduced enabling many people who had fled to Uganda to return to their communities and resume a normal life.
08:47
08:47

Acholi Cultural Leaders Warn Against Fundraising for Marriage 7

Owor explains that if a man didn’t have the resources to complete the payment of the bride price at once, the woman would stay with her husband till their first daughter is married and the money will be used to pay for her mother’s bride price. He argues that the arrangement made the woman content and respectful in her marital home.
06:57
06:57

Banyankole Kwetarana Board Officials On The Spot Over Missing UGX 331M 2 2

Denis Eidu, a senior auditor also presented the reports from 2014 to 2019, which implicated the previous board led by Geoffrey Bangirana for causing the union a financial loss of Shillings 1.5billion through travels and unexplained payments.
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