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19:45
19:45

Busoga United Defeats Blacks Power 2-0 in Uganda Premier League head coach 1

Busoga United's head coach, Paul Kiwanuka, says that today's win is a remarkable boost to the team after last week's loss to Maroons FC.
19:38
19:38

Lamwo Embarks on Mass Immunization Campaign Following Measles Outbreak 3

The outbreak of the disease was reported in the Refugee Reception Centre in Lokung Sub County and the Palabek Refugee settlement which is home to over 65,000 refugees from South Sudan. According to the acting District Health Officer Dr Denis Ocula, at least 50 cases turned positive for measles, 30 of which have already been discharged and 11 are still hospitalized.
19:24
19:24

MPs Task Government on Food Policy 3

The MPs also want the government to ensure continuous food relief to hunger-stricken areas, saying that the drought spells and natural disasters such as those experienced in Karamoja, Kasese, and Mbale have had a great impact on the livelihood of many families.
19:14
19:14

Nine Students Remanded After Protests in Support of EU Resolution on EACOP Common Nuisance 1

The nine were arrested during protests held in Kampala on Tuesday to support a resolution recently passed by the European Union Parliament to delay the East African oil Pipeline over reports of human rights violations and environmental concerns.
19:12
19:12

IPOD Faces Uncertanity After Snub by NUP, FDC 1 4

NUP, the largest opposition Political Party in Parliament has declined to join saying the platform is merely a hunting ground for NRM from the opposition but without results to the benefit of Ugandans. Last month, FDC announced that they will not sign the new MoU.
18:49
18:49

Uganda Cranes Defender Jajja Walu Retires from Professional Football 1

He made his senior National team debut in 2009 and has been a strong pillar of the national team where he completed 105 appearances in the Uganda Cranes jersey. Walusimbi was part of the historical squad that played in the 2017 African Cup of Nations after breaking a 39-year-old jinx.
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18:23

Mubende Residents Living in Fear Over Impending Eviction 3 5

During a meeting with Members of Parliament on Tuesday held at Kagezi Village, local council leaders accused Kananura and his employees of allegedly using the Police in Mubende to harass residents.
18:19
18:19

Housing Crisis Pushes Nakaseke Teachers to Spend Nights in Classrooms accomodation crisis 5 1

There are 934 teachers deployed in 114 Universal Primary Schools across the Nakaseke district. But according to the District Education Department, less than 300 teachers have access to staff units leaving over 600 struggling to find accommodation.
17:49
17:49

Union Leaders, Educationists Call for Unity Among Teachers 1 4

According to Baguma, UNATU does not want to see teachers divided, the reason it pushes for the welfare of all teachers regardless of the education level or subject they teach.
17:40
17:40

NGO Cons UGX 1 Billion from Gulu Businessmen in Dubious Supply Deals 2

The businessmen provided wide-ranging services to the local NGO headquartered in Gulu between February 2021 and August this year after “emerging” as successful bidders. This followed a call for bids that were advertised numerous times on local radio stations in the region.
17:29
17:29

Jamil Mukulu Petitions Court to Stop Trial Terrorism 2 2 Top story

Mukulu and his co-accused through their lawyer Turyamusiima want the Court to discharge them and order the respondents to facilitate or pay for their treatment and rehabilitation at the African Centre for Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture victims or any other similar facility.
16:47
16:47

2-Year-Old Boy Dies After Locking Self in Abandoned Car 1

Murungi's father, Joel Atifi, and mother tasked Miracle to lead them to the car where he had left their child sleeping. Upon checking the vehicle, they noticed Murungi was long dead.
16:25
16:25

Police Arrest 17 Marijuana Dealers in Mbale

According to Byamugisha, the operations will continue in all areas where the cultivation and selling of marijuana are prevalent. He explains that during the operations they destroyed several marijuana gardens and impounded some that had already been harvested as exhibits.
16:22
16:22

Suspected Ebola Patient Dies in Kasese 2 2

The suspect was admitted to the facility last week with signs including passing out of blood from body openings and fever.
16:09
16:09

Arab Bank Commits USD 2 million to Fight Ebola in Uganda 1

The announcement was made today at State Lodge Nakasero by Badea group Chairman Board of Directors, Dr Fahad Abdullah Al -Dossari while meeting President Yoweri Museveni. It comes at a time when Uganda is battling the deadly disease which started in Mubende before spreading to the areas of Kagadi, Fort Portal, Kyegegwa, and Kassanda.
15:17
15:17

Criminals Hiding Behind Charcoal Business-Agago Leaders 4

Fidelis Logwee Loluk, the Deputy RDC of Agago, said they have discovered that the armed gangs hide in the bushes as charcoal burners and come out at night to terrorize the locals.
15:12
15:12

President Museveni Apologizes for Gen. Muhoozi's Tweets on Kenya 2 Top story

"I ask our Kenyan brothers and sisters to forgive us for tweets sent by General Muhoozi, former Commander of Land Forces here, regarding the election matters in that great country. It is not correct for Public officers, be they civilian or military, to comment or interfere in any way, in the internal affairs of brother countries," Museveni said in a statement issued this afternoon.
14:38
14:38

Assailants Strangle Buliisa Man to Death murder

Musa Asaba, the LC III Chairperson of Butiaba town council told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that passersby found Derick’s lifeless body in a nearby bush in Boma cell at around 12 pm Wednesday and immediately informed the area leaders.
14:28
14:28

Japan Donates UGX 5.7b for Immunization 1 2

According to Catherine Ntabadde, the Spokesperson of Unicef, the money will be used to roll out a digital health information system that will help reach unimmunized and under-immunized children with required vaccines and those targeted for Covid-19 vaccination; assist health workers to plan for vaccination supplies and track Covid-19 vaccination.
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