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Jun 2022 12 results
18:55
18:55

7 Million Ugandans Evading Taxes-URA 1 2

Speaking during the post-budget conference in Fort Portal Julius Nkwasire the Assistant Commissioner of Customs said about 7 million people are in business but not meeting their tax obligations.
18:25
18:25

Karamojong Communities Warned Against Bathing in Borehole Aprons 1 2

In Karamoja, it is a common practice for the local community to use a borehole apron for bathing, a vice which has contributed to high rates of water-borne diseases.
17:06
17:06

Lango Claimants Spend Sleepless Nights at Bank to Access Compensation Equity Bank 3 1 Top story

Jenty Akedi, 75, a resident of Alebtong district has spent one week at the bank. She says the money her grandson gave her for upkeep is finished yet she has not been able to check her account. Akedi wondered why her colleagues with whom they registered together are receiving money.
15:18
15:18

FUFA Drum Returns After Two-Year Sabbatical 4 1 Top story

Rogers Byamukama, the competition’s organizer, said that although FUFA managed to organize other competitions behind closed doors, they could not do the same for FUFA Drum.
13:35
13:35

Revenge Attacks Escalating Insecurity in Karamoja karamoja leaders 1 1

The region has experienced continuous waves of cattle raids mainly fueled by revenge attacks and cattle raiding among the communities of Jie, Bokora, Pian, Dodoth, and Matheniko.
12:25
12:25

Schools in Apac Deserted as Teachers Stay Away teacher's strike 6 1

In some schools in Apac district, there are no pupils while in other schools with boarding sections, there are only candidates.
11:37
11:37

Two Pastors Remanded for Noise Pollution 2

NEMA's senior public relations officer, Tony Acidria, explains that the suspects were arrested for being notorious noise polluters. "They are repeat offenders because the noise levels when measured were above the permissible level of 60 decibels during the day and 40 decibels in the night for places of worship in residential areas."
11:12
11:12

Uproar As Mbale City Authorities Hire out Stadium For Trade Fair 5 1

Uthman Mugoya, the Vice President of Mbale Heroes FC wonders why the City council authorities decided to rent out a stadium whose grass is just growing. “We are warning the Organizers to stay away from the stadium, We shall not sit back and watch when the stadium is being damaged,” he said.
10:16
10:16

Sub County Chief Survives Lynching Over Road Money 1

Accompanied by the sub-county LC 3 chairperson, Denis Chemusto, the protesters locked the Chief's office and warned him not to dare return without refunding the money.
09:26
09:26

Gulu City Bans Street Vending, Roadside Transporters Gulu Main Market 1 1

Isiah Tumwesigye, the Town Clerk of Gulu City says that no businesses shall be allowed to operate on the pavements, walkways, shops verandas, backstreets, and corridors.
08:58
08:58

Kasese District Leaders Question Gov't Commitment to Resettle IDPs Muhokya IDP camp 2 1

Kasese LCV Chairperson Eliphazi Muhindi Bukombi says they are surprised that the government has changed its initial offer of 700 Million Shillings for the 200 acres of land required to resettle the IDPs to 500 million shillings for the same piece of land.
06:56
06:56

Fire Guts Mabaale Public School Boy’s Dormitory 1 1

The school director, Yonna Bagonza, says that the fire broke out at around 9:00 pm on Tuesday when students were attending night preps. It destroyed mattresses, books, jerry cans, clothes, and money among others.
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