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21:05
21:05

Makerere Honors Kalimuzo 50 Years After His Death 7 1 Top story

During her keynote address, Prof.Joy Constance Kwesiga, former personal secretary to Kalimuzo noted that despite his great contribution, his name had been left in books and in the memories of those who lived what is now history.
20:44
20:44

UHRC Start Investigations Into Alleged Denial Of Passports To Kakwenza's Children 2

In a letter dated 22nd, June, 2022, the UHRC Director of Complaints, Investigations and Legal Services, Aida Nakiganda asked the Directorate of the Directorate of Immigration to respond to the allegations raised by Kakwenza's lawyer, Eron Kiiza.
18:27
18:27

Rubirizi DHO, Health Inspector Arrested Over Embezzlement of Covid-19 Funds 1 1

The two officials are accused of presenting false accountability and causing financial loss to the government of over 105 Million shillings. They were arrested on Thursday from the district headquarters in Ndekye Town Council.
17:54
17:54

Law Firm Pinned for Forgery in UGX 2b Land Compensation Natalia Namuli 1 4

It is alleged that on March 18, 2015, the law firm forged the signature of then Masindi High Court Judge, Justice Ralph Ochan, and issued fake letters of administration of the property and credits of the estate of the Late Antwane Kalete.
17:34
17:34

Health Ministry Drafting Policy for Mandatory Sickle Cell Screening Ministry of Health 5

Dr. Deogratius Munube, a Consultant Pediatrician working at the Mulago Hospital Sickle Cell Clinic says requiring people to screen will go a long way in cutting prevalence quoting evidence from countries that have put in place legislation.
17:15
17:15

Bugwere Cultural Institution Sets Date for Election of Wayabire’s Successor 2

Lawrence Magoola, the Obwa Ikumbania bwa Bugwere Electoral Commission Chairperson says that disagreements and the Covid-19 pandemic delayed the election of a new leader.
16:56
16:56

Wasswa Bbosa Takes Over At Modern FC 1 1

Bbosa said his main target is to parade a formidable side that will compete for the title in the 2022/2023 season. He says he will put focus on shaping a team that can face any opponent.
16:50
16:50

Farmers in Gulu Abandon Gardens over Suspected Wildcats Paicho Sub County 2 1

The farmers from Paicho and Palaro Sub Counties say that the wildcats suspected to be hyenas, leopards, or wild dogs have killed and feasted on at least seven cows, three sheep, and fourteen goats in less than two weeks.
15:32
15:32

Rwanda's Closure of Gatuna Boarder was Illegal- East African Court 1

Speaking to journalists after the court session, Kalari expressed gratitude that the court determined the case in his favor. He said the ruling should work as a lesson to member states that when they are part of a treaty, they should respect its provisions.
15:19
15:19

Besigye, Mukaaku Apply for Bail in High Court 2

Lukwago asked the court to grant his clients bail because it is their right and that they have permanent places of abode and shall abide by the conditions of the court.
14:54
14:54

Burden of Untreated Clubfoot Expected to Rise-MOH 3 2

Estimates from the health ministry show that annually at least 2000 babies in the country are born with the condition. However, only 840 children are able to access treatment. The remaining 1,160 children grow up depending on wheelchairs, crutches, or limping because they never received the life-saving treatment.
14:54
14:54

Uncertainty Still Lingers on MPs' UGX 40M Cash Bonanza Penal Code Act 2002 1 2

Joyce Baagala Ntwaatwa, the Mityana District Woman Representative disclosed that she received money on her account but she couldn’t confirm the source of the funds. “Everyone received the money but we still don’t know whether it’s payment for our gratuity,” Baagala said.
14:37
14:37

Mbarara High School Suspends S 4, 6 Students Over Clashes 2 2

A teacher told URN on condition of anonymity that the fight started when senior 4 students accused their senior 6 colleagues of assaulting their classmate. The fighting spilled into the neighboring community.
14:16
14:16

HIV Clients in Arua Cautioned Against Abandoning Treatment 4 3

Stella Kentutsi the Executive Director National Forum of People Living with HIV Aids Networks in Uganda-NAFOPHANU said the short-term relief is aimed at helping persons living with HIV to adhere to treatment and also unite them for more projects.
13:59
13:59

Urban Refugees Find it Hard to Access Financial Institutions -Report 1

According to the study, many refugees find it hard to become self-reliant because they cannot access loans to start businesses or get formal employment. In addition to this, many of them can not access social protection grants like the Youth Livelihood Programme to start businesses and sustain their families
13:46
13:46

Umeme Earmarks Over UGX12B to Revamp Power Lines in Bugisu 3

According to Robert Mubiru, the Programs Execution Manager at Umeme Limited, the refurbishment of the lines will start next month, to be completed by November and they are going to renew most of the lines which have become weak leading to continuous power outages.
13:46
13:46

Marine Insurance: Importers Given One Week to Switch to Local Insurers 6

The Insurance Regulatory Authority, IRA, has also downplayed the challenge to the legality of the directive, saying it is supported by the law.
13:28
13:28

Two Bugiri Local Government Employees Arrested for 'Eating' Dead Soldier's Pension for 10 years resident

Ramadthan Walugembe, the Bugiri resident district commissioner, says that the suspects were close friends of the deceased, which accorded them easy access to the deceased's personal information.
13:20
13:20

Suspected Armed Robber Lynched in Kisoro 2

Erasmus Nsabimana, the Nyarusiza sub-county LC 3 Chairperson, says that as the robbers were taking off, locals mobilized and captured two of them and lynched one of them.
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