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Jun 2023 36 results
23:58
23:58

Parliament Eulogizes Fallen Supreme Court Judge Arach Amoko Nakasero Hospital 4 3

Robinah Nabbanja, the Prime Minister and the leader of Government business in Parliament moved a motion to eulogize Justice Arach, 69, describing her professional legal career as spanning 40 years between 1979 and 2010 as faultless.
23:53
23:53

Muwema Advocates Castigate Supreme Court For Siding With DTB Against Ham Kiggundu

The Statement also says that allowing unregulated foreign banks to engage in predatory practices which compete against the regulated banks can only increase the fragility of the financial system. This, they explain it with the argument that the decision can also be used by other foreign money lenders who are not deposit-taking banks in Uganda, to cross the border and just start transacting without obtaining the necessary licenses.
21:47
21:47

Col. Jack Mucunguzi Laid To Rest In Mbarara City UPDF 1 6

In his message, President Museveni said the country had lost a freedom fighter and a national hero in the late Jack because he was one of the 27 fighters who attacked Kabamba with him through his inspirations.
16:55
16:55

MAAIF Considers Raising Academic Qualifications for Agro-Business Dealers to Enhance Farming Sector 5

To address this issue, Joel Kakaire, the Country Manager at the African Fertilizers and Agribusiness Partnership-AFAP, has convinced the Ministry of Agriculture to introduce agriculture-specific academic qualifications for all agro-input dealers.
16:47
16:47

Judiciary Driver Remanded For Using Govt Vehicle to Carry Contraband 1

The court heard that on June 13th, 2023, in Kyambogo, Kampala district, Juju was found in possession of uncustomized goods, which included 38 bags of Baraf Rice, 435 bags of Pk and Juicy fruit chewing gum, and 149 packets of Big-G.
16:40
16:40

Suspected Robbers Arrested After Failing to Share Stolen Items 1

The fight was inside Nabukenya’s bar which doubles as a guest house at Budonian village-Mengo, in Kampala central division. By the time police arrived, some of the suspects had cut themselves with machetes and were bleeding. These include Abdul Sselukambo, John Nkurunziza and Haqsam Mukwaya.
16:31
16:31

Only 35% of Private Health Facilities Offer Data to Disease Surveillance System-MOH private hospitals 4 1

All hospitals irrespective of whether they are owned by the government or not are required to report patient-based data to the data system housed at the district. But Dr Tom Aliti, the Commissioner in charge of partnerships in the Ministry of Health ways that only 35 per cent of private hospitals are contributing patient-related data to the system.
16:26
16:26

Assailants Hack Two to Death in Hoima murder 1

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police Spokesperson, stated that they have commenced a manhunt for the assailants. He, however, says that the motive behind the attack is still unknown. This incident comes barely a day after unidentified assailants targeted Katikara Church of Uganda in Kakumiro district.
16:09
16:09

Thugs Kill Farmer after Selling Bags of Rice Murder

According to Samuel Mukalazi, the LC I chairperson of Nakafuma village, the victim sold his six bags of rice at the Ziroobwe trading center before returning to Busika town. Mukalazi states that the deceased was seen drinking at various bars in the town until late on Tuesday night and was carrying a significant amount of money.
15:57
15:57

OPM Undersecretary Granted Bail Geoffrey Sseremba 1

Sseremba who handed himself to court on Wednesday joins other six officials from the OPM who were charged last week before the Anti-Corruption Court
15:33
15:33

UNICEF Rolls Out Cash Assistance to Refugees, Host Communities 4 1

Speaking at the launch, Dr. Munir Safieldin, the UNICEF Representative to Uganda said the project will benefit selected 20,000 children in refugee settlements in four districts in Northern Uganda.
15:13
15:13

Police Cracks Down on Gang Targeting Mobile Money Dealers Polly Namaye

In a press statement, Namaye explains that the gang members were arrested following an operation conducted by the Flying Squad Unit, which resulted in the recovery of a police AK-47 rifle that was previously stolen from an officer of Nsangi Division on May 29, 2023.
14:32
14:32

Inquiries Into Murder of Indian Money Lender in Advanced Stages 1

On Wednesday when the matter came up, the Court presided over by Chief Magistrate Ronald Kayizzi heard that investigations into the matter are now in advanced stages. Without divulging details, State Attorney Ivan Kyazze informed the Court that they are just waiting for a Psychiatric report to ascertain Wabwire's mental status.
14:24
14:24

OPM, NGO Collaborate To Implement Group Farming In Nakivale Refugee Settlement 3

Irene Pauline Nabina, the acting Refugee Desk Officer in Mbarara, explains that the reduction in food and financial support for refugees has necessitated a shift towards self-reliance rather than dependence on decreasing humanitarian aid.
14:04
14:04

Court Issues Criminal Summons Against Besigye Inciting violence 1

The prosecution, led by Allan Mucunguzi requested the issuance of criminal summons against the accused individuals.
13:36
13:36

Family of Late Justice Arach Fight Over Burial Site 1

In their June 19, 2023, petition addressed to the judiciary Permanent Secretary, Dr. Pius Bigirimana, the family members, including the biological sister, brother, and daughters of the deceased, express their desire for Justice Amoko to be buried in Nebbi, specifically at Jukiya Hill Ward, Juba cell, where her father was laid to rest.
13:20
13:20

Clerics Condemn Attack on Kakumiro Church Religious leaders 3 2

Rev. Canon Godfrey Buro, the head of Kisiita Archdeaconry in Kakumiro, condemned the brutal attack, describing it as barbaric. He suggested that the culprits may be from within the district.
13:08
13:08

Unknown Thugs Break Into Bukalasa Zonal Lands Offices Land titles 3

Denis Obbo, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Lands, Housing, and Urban Development, confirmed the break-in but requested time to issue an official statement.
11:59
11:59

Nebbi Diocese Launches Vocational Institution to Empower Youth 1 2

During the institute's first graduation ceremony held on Tuesday, Bishop Pons Ozelle Awinjo of Uganda Nebbi Diocese delivered a speech, advising the graduates to utilize the skills they have acquired to become self-sufficient.
11:37
11:37

Rotary Club Launches Projects to Improve Living Standards, Reduce Unemployment in Yoka Zone, 4 1

Gorret Masadde, a representative from the Rotary Club of Kisugu and the project head, expressed concern about the poor conditions in the area. She mentioned that residents were drawing water from contaminated shallow wells that were affected by bathroom water and other pollutants.
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