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Nov 2019 13 results
19:49
19:49

Drones to Deliver Blood Supplies to Hospitals by March, 2020 Ministry of ICT 3 1 Top story

Goslino’s blood connect project secured government approval through the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Although he didn’t mention the exact amounts, Goslino confirmed that his company Flexdrone has already received funding for the project.
19:32
19:32

Minister Ssempijja Orders Inquiry into Entebbe Botanical Land Giveaway 3 1

Several reports have been leased out to different private developers for personal use. Part of the land close to Victoria mall has been given out to Meghani Sikander, of Megha Industries on a 10-year lease to construct a treatment facility for wastes and sewerage generated from Victoria Mall.
19:08
19:08

Intern Worked On False Result to Rush C-Section in Which Baby’s Hand Was Chopped team 2 1

Jinja hospital director Edward Nkurunziza says that the mother, identified as Betty Biribawa suffered from antepartum haemorrhage, a serious complication of pregnancy which is sometimes caused by uterine rapture. At 32 weeks of the pregnancy, the mother was bleeding uncontrollably, warranting an emergency C-section to save her life.
17:57
17:57

Police Council Resolves to Promote All Regional Police Commanders 1

The on-going 25th Police Council session at Naguru police headquarters have resolved to promote all Regional Police Commanders –RPCs to the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police-ACP.
17:34
17:34

Police to Restructure Exodus SACCO Management 1 1

Chief Police Commissar –CPC Asan Kasingye, said on Monday that restructuring of the Exodus SACCO administration is one of the key issues to be deliberated on at the on-going Police Council meeting at Naguru Police headquarters.
17:12
17:12

Judge Steps Down from Pension Scam Appeal Over Lawyer Kasango 1 2

The Registrar Dr. Agnes Nkonge informed them that the three Justices appointed to hear the appeal expressed unreadiness to hear the matter. They include Justice Cheborion Barishaki who is indisposed, Justice Stephen Musota who chose to excuse himself from the appeal having handled a matter against lawyer Kasango in High Court and Justice Elizabeth Musoke, who couldn't hear the appeal alone. .
17:04
17:04

Grants Not Helpful to Empower People With Disabilities-Report 3

The survey done by the departments of Social Sciences and Statistics of Makerere University involved 10,000 households selected from regions across the country.
16:25
16:25

Corruption Taking a Heavy Toll on Ordinary Ugandans-DGF Anti corruption 2 1

This subject came up this morning as key Anti-corruption stakeholders; Action Aid, Anti-Corruption Coalition Uganda, Transparency International and Government’s Ethics and Integrity Ministry, launched the 6th Anti-Corruption Caravan in Kampala.
16:24
16:24

Lira Municipal Council Repossess Coronation Park USMID 1

Samuel Ahabwe, the Lira Municipality town clerk says they have successfully re-possessed the authority of the park after the expiry of their one-year contract.
15:24
15:24

Deputy IGP, Four AIGPs Take Oath as New Police Council Members 4 1

Deputy Inspector General of Police –DIGP Maj Gen Muzeyi Sabiiti and four Assistant Inspector Generals of Police –AIGPs have taken oath as new members of the Police Council.
13:17
13:17

Court Orders Bangirana Out of Office

Justice Wolayo also ruled that Bangirana's continued illegal stay in office puts the image of Uganda Police Force in disrepute and the money he continues to draw causes an irreparable damage to the taxpayers.
11:21
11:21

Mineral Police on the Spot for Torturing Residents, Miners in Ruhaama 3 1

Joseph Turinawe alias Kyojo, a resident of Mwerasandu, says the officers have on several occasions attacked residents who mine tin or deal in the mineral. He says that he was fired by Zanack holdings after complaining about torture by the security operatives.
08:01
08:01

One Injured in Mbale ‘Waragi’ Processing Plant Fire 2 1

The cause of the fire remains unclear but residents claim it could have started from one of the workers who was smoking. The house was initially a hostel for university students and parking yard, no one knew what was being done in the building as entry was only restricted to staff because of the tight security.
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