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May 2022 36 results
21:30
21:30

Museveni Running Away From Government Responsibility on Cost of Living - Critics 4

"We declined the request to increase money for fuel for public officers due to price increase. Everyone should live with the constrained budget like all other Ugandans are doing,” said Ramathan Ggoobi, the Secretary to the Treasury.
21:22
21:22

Attorney General Defends Gov’t Decision to Challenge Ingrid Turinawe’s Ugx 170m Award 2

Turinawe, the Secretary for Mobilization in the Forum for Democratic Change has raised concern through her Facebook page wondering why the Attorney General Kiwanuka is appealing against the ruling given over three years.
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."
18:05
18:05

Police Release Besigye, Opt for New Tactics to Manage Him 2 Top story

Besigye declined to disembark from the police van prompting the officers to drag him out. "Am not leaving," Dr. Besigye could be heard telling a police officer identified as Albert Muhumuza who was pushing him from the van.
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.
17:46
17:46

Prosecutor Seeks Time to Present More Witnesses in NUP Bomb Case 1

The Uganda Police Force says the accused plotted to carry out petrol bomb attacks targeting government vehicles and buildings in various places in the country towards the swearing in ceremony of president Museveni in May 2021.
17:31
17:31

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

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.
17:04
17:04

Zombo Registers High Number of Fistula Cases 2 1

Dr. Mark Bramally, the Zombo District Health Officer, says that they have already noted an increase in Obstetric fistula cases resulting from teenage pregnancies.
16:48
16:48

You Can't Refuse to Pay Our Money by Abusing Courts, Lenders Assure Bitature

“Throughout all the litigation between the parties, the Simba Companies have never contested the existence of our partnership or denied having taken the loan from our fund... an ordinary man in Mr Bitature’s position would no doubt be embarrassed, perhaps ashamed, by this fact....but Mr Bitature appears to be unburdened by such sentiments,” Vantage’s response reads.
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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.
15:48
15:48

Authorities Order Investor To Demolish Perimeter Wall After Protests From Residents 3

Erastus Kibirango, the LC 5 Chairman of Luwero District, says that the perimeter wall was constructed in breach of the Physical Planning act because it was never authorized by the physical planning committee as the law stipulates.
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15:31

We Have Not Forgotten Arts Teachers-President Museveni 1 Top story

According to President Museveni, the government decided to first sort out the scientists, who he said are vital for economic growth. "We insisted on giving good salaries to government scientists including teachers in the government Universities and secondary schools. This is not because we have forgotten the social scientists or art people. Not at all. It is because we can't handle everything at ago. We have decided to start with the scientists," he said.
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15:14

Allied Health Workers Strike Takes Toll on Interns at Masaka Hospital 1

Edward Kabuye, the Principal Administrator of Masaka Regional Referral Hospital, says that the strike has greatly affected their operations and the efficiency with which they respond to patients. He has appealed to the government to engage and reach a compromise with the striking health workers such that they can return to their duty stations and save the situation.
May 2022 36 results