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05:58
05:58

OPM Evicts 60,000 From Kyangwali Refugee Settlement Land congolese refugees 2

More than 60,000 encroachers on Kyangwali refugee settlement camp land in Hoima district have been evicted as Office of the Prime Minister relocates Congolese refugees to the camp.
11:22
11:22

2 Dead After Eating Fox Meat game meat 1 1

Two people are confirmed dead after they reportedly ate Fox meat in Kyangwali Sub County, Hoima district. Joseph Opio and Expedito Tumusiime, all residents of Ngurwe village in Kasonga parish, died on Wednesday, just a day after the meat.
12:37
12:37

Concern As Theft Of Road Signs Increases In Hoima 1

Officials at UNRA Hoima say the rampant theft has left almost all major roads in the area without such important road signs. Robert Musisi, the UNRA Assistant Engineer Hoima area, says the road authority has repeatedly replaced the stolen road signs in vain.
18:58
18:58

16 Congolese Refugees Injured in Bus Accident

The refugees were being transferred from Bundibugyo district to Kyangwali refugee resettlement camp in Kyangwali Sub County in Hoima district.
07:31
07:31

Kyangwali Refugee Land Encroachers Petition OPM Over Eviction congolese refugees 3

Residents of Kyangwali in Hoima district have petitioned the Office of the Prime Minister protesting eviction, as government resettles Congolese refugees from Bundibugyo to Kyangwali refugee settlement camp. On Wednesday last week, government began the relocation of 20,000 refugees from Bubukwanga Refugee Transit center in Bundibugyo district to Kyangwali.
10:02
10:02

800 Congolese Refugees Relocated To Kyangwali In Hoima adf rebels 2

The first batch of Congolese refugees has arrived in Kyangwali Settlement Camp in Hoima district days after government announced the relocation of 20,000 refugees from Bubukwanga Transit Centre in Bundibugyo district.
10:39
10:39

7 Students Admitted Over Heavy Thunder lightning strike 2

Seven students of Mandela Secondary school in Hoima are in hospital after thunder during heavy rains caused them to lose consciousness.
08:55
08:55

Govt, CSOs Trade Accusations Over Oil Refinery Compesation Rates 4

While members of the Civil Society accuse government of harassing them for their advocacy work among the communities affected by the proposed refinery, government insists the group is sabotaging the project by mobilizing residents against it.
12:40
12:40

Hoima Drivers Want Express Penalty Fees Revised 2

Drivers in Hoima have petitioned the Police Director Traffic, Dr Steven Kasiima, to have the hiked traffic express penalty fees revised.
09:24
09:24

CSOs Demand More Money for Environment Monitoring albertain region 3

Civil society activities in Bunyoro have welcomed the decision by government to budget funds for environmental impact assessment saying it partly answers their long held concern.
11:24
11:24

Bunyoro Revives Plan To Renovate Omukama's Palace

Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom has revived its plans to renovate the Omukama’s palace in Hoima town. Prime Minister Reverend Jackson Nsamba Kasozi says the kingdom is up to implement the renovation plan after receiving 200 million shillings boost from government. The money was pledged by President Yoweri Museveni in 2010 to support the palace renovation project.
15:57
15:57

Mixed Reaction On Bunyoro King Iguru's Contribution 19 Years After omukama iguru 1

Some credited him for his efforts in encouraging unity, promotion of education and luring both international and local friends to the kingdom while others said his team has let him down.
15:08
15:08

Hoima Residents Want Museveni To Address Corruption 1

As President Yoweri Museveni arrives at Serena Hotel to deliver the State of the Nation Address, Hoima residents expect him to give a government’s stand on corruption and irregularities on the government payroll.
09:37
09:37

Congolese Authorities Yet To Release Five Ugandan Captives border disputes 1

The fisheries law enforcement officers have only been identified as Tumusiime, Tinka and Jimmy.
16:18
16:18

5 Ugandan Policemen Detained In DRC lake albert

Two Ugandan policemen and three fisheries law enforcement officers have been arrested on the Democratic Republic of Congo side of Lake Albert. Victor Ogwang, the officer in charge Lake Albert Marine Police says the law enforcement officials were on routine patrol at the time of arrest on Wednesday evening.
07:21
07:21

Phone Users Rush To Register Simcards As Deadline Nears 2

With just four days to the end of the exercise on May 31, mobile telecom operators say they are still receiving a huge turn up of those coming to register. Kevin Magomu, the Airtel Area Sales Manager Hoima, says the numbers have been increasing over the last one week. Magomu says they have been registering not less than 300 phone users per day.
13:06
13:06

Oil Refinery: Residents Accuse Government of Hiding Compensation Rates 3

In May last year, government embarked on a Resettlement Action Plan-RAP to collect data on the actual number of the affected persons and their property for compensation.
10:45
10:45

Road Contractor Does Not Buy From Us-Hoima Farmers 1

Residents hoped to cash in from the company by vending their produce.
11:30
11:30

Bunyoro CSOs Unbothered By Govt Warnings On Misleading Oil Talk oil refinery plant 2

Civil Society Organisations-CSOs in Bunyoro are unbothered by government warnings over what it calls misleading statements regarding oil governance.
14:58
14:58

Hippo Kills Herdsman In Hoima

A stray hippopotamus has killed a forty-five year old man in Hoima, putting Uganda Wildlife Authority-UWA on the spot for failing to hunt down and restrain the killer animals.
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