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07:54
07:54

Bumayoka Primary School Power Project Breaks Down Over Faulty Batteries 3

Abdul Weboya, the School Deputy teacher, says they don’t have money to replace the faulty batteries because of the merger UPE grants allocated to the school. He says that they have since written to Wales for assistance.
16:44
16:44

Tooro Kingdom Shocked by Plans to Bury Lawyer Kasango in Inlaws' Graveyard 1

Peter Sunday Rusoke, the Tooro Kingdom Cultural Minister told URN that it is an abomination to bury someone in the in-laws' graveyard.
14:49
14:49

Uganda Airlines Gets Dubai, London Slots But Airbuses Remain Grounded 1

Roger Wamala, the Uganda Airlines Commercial Director says the two aircraft, code named Mt Elgon and Mt. Rwenzori, will however remain grounded because the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority-UCAA has not yet cleared them to fly. UCAA is expected to clear the planes end of April.
19:47
19:47

Declare 1st March a Public Holiday -Bududa Residents 1

They have also asked government to put up a monument like a church at Nametsi where the public and grandchildren of those who perished in the disaster can go to remember them. They said most of those people who were buried there have no graves for their people to look at in remembrance for them.
16:11
16:11

Starving Breastfeeding Mothers Cry Out as Drought Hits Karamoja 2

Jenifer Naput, a mother of twins and a resident of Bazza village in Moroto Municipality, said the babies are "over suckling" her yet her breasts have ran dry and cant produce milk due to lack of food.
14:49
14:49

Baby Burnt Dead as Father Accuses Mother of Cheating 1 1

It is alleged that Andrew Ayo, who had accused his wife of infidelity, followed her to her parental home in Atakara-Maka-Gwata at around 1am last night and found when she woman had reportedly left home to see another man, prompting him to set her house on fire killing the minor instantly before he fled.
09:47
09:47

I Wont Allow My Children to Follow My Footsteps: Reformed Rustler 2

According to Lotukei, instead of touching a gun, he rather touches a needle for injecting animals, which have changed his life. Lotukei thanked the government of Uganda for removing guns from them, saying they did not know that guns were blocking them from enjoying other development projects.
12:08
12:08

Strange Skin Disease Causes Panic Among Amolatar District Residents 3 1

The disease has affected at least 10 households from two villages in Akongomit parish. A total of 18 children, the youngest being 6 months and 3 adults in Alongotidi village have presented with systems similar to scabies while another case has been reported in a neighbouring village of Oturulakodal.
09:29
09:29

Mental Illness in Youth in Lango Attributed to Alcoholism, Drug Abuse Ministry of Health 2 1

Report from Lira Psychiatric Department at the Regional Referral Hospital indicates that about 1,950 cases of mental illness of young people ages 19 to 36, have been reported to the facility within a period of six months.
20:13
20:13

Kyagulanyi Rallies Families of Abduction Victims for Support NUP 2 4

“After failing to get justice in the supreme court, we decided to go to the court of the people and when we call upon you the people who have been victimized by these actions of the regime, don’t waste any time to raise and join us. Said Kyagulanyi”
18:43
18:43

Motorcycle Thief Runs to Police Station to Escape Mob 1

James Ekaju, the North Kyoga Regional Police Spokesperson explained that Ivan Ogwang is a notorious thief alias Ben Otim whose luck simply ran out.
17:13
17:13

Catholic Church Gets New Parish to Serve Islands' Believers 3 1

Bukasa the newly introduced Catholic Church Parish has been curved from Bumangi Parish to cater for Four Island Sub Counties in Kalangala District
16:27
16:27

Ugandan Health Workers Not Allowed to Breastfeed Exclusively Ministry of Health 2

Findings show that no health workers or other hospitals staff carry out exclusive breastfeeding. For NGOs, only 9.1 percent of the mothers employed there are able to breastfeed exclusively followed by those employed in the private sector at 22.2 percent. Only women employed in United Nations agencies were found to be able to breastfeed exclusively for six months
12:00
12:00

Music Moved Visually Impaired Okot from The Streets to Church 2 5

Okot’s musical journey started when he was aged 12, inspired by the experience of a street kid who had been abandoned by his family. He was born blind in a family of seven children in Pangira Parish, Lokung Sub-county then Kitgum and present-day Lamwo District.
20:48
20:48

Masaka City Authorities, Residents Clash over Lack of Public Toilets 3

Ronald Mugera Bbaale, the Chairperson of Masaka Municipality Business Community lashed out to the city leadership of neglecting a critical aspect of public hygiene in the town despite them being prompt in collecting taxes.
09:20
09:20

City Abductions: Kiseka Mechanic Narrates 39 Day's Ordeal In Millitary Detention 2 1

In an exclusive interview, the father of three told Uganda Radio Network-URN that they were tortured while being forced to confess for participating in the November 18-19, 2020 riots triggered by the arrest of the National Unit Platform President, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu during his presidential campaign trail.
12:33
12:33

Bunambutye Resettlement Camp Hit by Food, Water Crisis 6 2

Officials from the OPM allocated an acre of land to the families instead of the two which they had earlier been promised. However, the land was taken away from the victims in exchange for 100,000 Shillings each month, despite growing food on the land. Wilson Wanansolo, the chairperson of the resettlement camp says that the land was allocated to Bunambutye Health center which is currently under construction.
10:51
10:51

Busia Town's Loitering Cows Alarm Residents 6 2

Juliet Birungi, a trader selling green vegetables at Mawero market says that she has lost green vegetables worth 100,000 shilling to the loitering cows, and appeals to owners to tie their cows rather than causing her daily losses.
17:43
17:43

Floating Island Interrupts Business After Blocking Part of Lutoboka Landing Site 1 1

Residents at Lutoboka Landing site are worried about dangerous aquatic animals such as crocodiles and poisonous snakes that might have accompanied the island.
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