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20:21
20:21

UPDF Soldier Sentenced to 40 years For Murder 1 3

While reading his judgement, the fourth Division Military Court martial chairman Col. George Nambafu said that there was no justification for the convicted soldier to use gun to shoot unarmed civilian whom he is by law mandated to protect. He further noted that the convict has right to appeal the court decision within in the next 14 days.
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Greater Masaka Stakeholders Discuss Joint Regional Development Master Plan 5

Dr. Abed Bwanika, the Member of Parliament for Kimaya - Kabonera division and the interim chairperson of the regional stakeholders’ forum says that through it, they intend to galvanize efforts and different potentials that can attract development to the region.
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17:37

Two Foreign Nationals, One Ugandan Detained over Passport Forgery 1 1

According to Mundeyi, Ishime first came to Uganda in 2015 using a Burundian passport, and received the Ugandan National ID, after falsely declaring himself as a Munyankore from Kiruhura district.
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17:14

Cheptegei, Kiplimo Upbeat Ahead Of New York City Half Marathon 1

Jacob Kiplimo, the reigning World record holder in Half Marathon, and Joshua Cheptegei, the reigning 10000m and 5000m world record holder will travel on Tuesday to the USA ahead of the event.
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16:56

FUFA to Cancel Ongoing Games Once Match Fixing is Detected 4 1

Denis Lukambi, the FUFA legal manager Lukambi announced the decision during their weekly press briefing at the FUFA Complex in Mengo Monday. He explained that once FUFA gets information on any fixed matches, it will take swift action to halt the game and fix those already played for replay.
16:46
16:46

Three Murdered In Albertine Region mob 1

The three people were murdered on Sunday. In one of the incidents, Sunday Jino 35, a resident of Bweyale town council in Kiryandongo was waylaid by unknown assailants who hacked him to death.
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Kirumira Murder Trial: Parties Make Final Submissions 1 Top story

Having concluded the defense hearing last month, the court on Monday heard final submissions from the prosecution led by Thomas Jatiko and the defense led by Counsel Zefania Zimbe.
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We Shall Not Resign: NSSF Board, Management React to Probe Report nssf probe 3 Top story

NSSF Board Chairperson, Peter Kimbowa says that until the appointing authority makes a decision, they will not act on the report, which he says ‘was devoid of context and, as such, misrepresented a number of facts about its operations and investments.
16:22
16:22

CID, Anti-Corruption Unit Jointly Probe Karamoja Iron Sheet Scandal 1 1

Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga, says that they received the orders from the Director of Public Prosecution-DPP who was also directed by the President to join hands with the Anti-corruption unit and expand the investigations into the alleged theft of iron sheets in Karamoja.
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Cocaine Catch Worth UGX 4.5billion Seized, Nigerian, Entebbe Airport Staff Charged 2 Top story

According to the charge sheet, Airport police slapped Madu with two counts of unlawful possession of psychotropic substances and illegal trafficking of psychotropic substances contrary to sections 4(1) and 2(9) of the Narcotic Drugs and psychotropic substances (Control) Act of 2016.
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15:14

Women in Agriculture, Business Demand Tax Incentives Women in business 4

Teopista Nahwera, a Business Woman in Mbarara city, said that many women have failed to operate businesses because of the numerous taxes noting that they need clear information from the tax body on how such high taxes are reached without consulting them.
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14:54

Lacor Hospital Successful Operates on 30 Children with Anorectal Malformation 1

The Acholi community widely attributes the condition to ‘’evil spirits’’ or bad omens known as ''jok'' in Acholi.
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14:33

Terego District Contracts Committee Suspended 2 1

According to Otim, he took the decision to suspend the committee and institute disciplinary measures after receiving numerous complaints about the conduct and performance of the members contrary to the ethical standards.
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Mbarara City Clerk, Council Sued Over Boda Boda Elections

Since Last year when the Mbarara City Security Committee suspended the process to electing new Boda Boda leaders following protests from a section of riders who accused the Independent Electoral Body of alleged irregularities, the city has failed to organize and hold the elections which have been postponed for more than three times.
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13:41

Oil And Gas Leaders Target To Become Competitive In Renewable Energy Space Solar energy 1 Top story

Ravindra Puranik, an Oil and Gas Analyst at GlobalData, said the leading oil and gas companies are expanding their exposure to renewable energy through increased investments, as international bodies, such as the United Nations, have highlighted the need to mitigate carbon emissions.
13:36
13:36

We Shall Not Construct Free Toilets - MOH open defacation 5

Speaking to journalists on Monday as the ministry launched activities to mark the annual sanitation week, Dr. Diana Atwine the Permanent Secretary said other than offering people latrines and urging them to clean up their homes, they are discussing with local governments to introduce fines for people who don’t comply to community sanitary standards.
11:09
11:09

Commonwealth Day Celebrated Around The World 1

It is the first Commonwealth Day presided over by His Majesty King Charles III as King and Head of the Commonwealth.
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10:06

UAFCR Leaders Blames Church's Dependency on Western Donors As the Main Driver of LGBTQ Bugiri 1 1

According to Isanga, the church can only have the moral conviction to resist homosexuality when financially dependent on in-house solutions like involvement in agriculture and other small-scale industries to boost their incomes for development, which over time can help them to resist conditional funding aimed at promoting immorality.
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Pictorial: Rev. Asiimwe's Consecration as 6th North Kigezi Diocese Bishop 13 2 Top story

The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, the Most Rev. Dr. Stephen Samuel Kazimba Mugalu presided over the consecration.
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09:03

Lightning Kills Three Family Members

According to Jotham Sunday, the head teacher of Bwindi primary school, the trio met their death on Sunday at around 06:00 PM during a heavy downpour.
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