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19:36
19:36

Gulu Health Authorities Worried About Possible Surge in COVID-19 Cases vaccination 2 1

The Ministry of Health guidelines require all adults to wear face masks while in public or crowded places, use hand sanitisers, observe social distancing and get vaccinated to protect themselves from infections. Public gatherings are also restricted to not more than 200 people and a nighttime curfew is also supposed to be maintained from 7 pm to 5:30 a.m.
19:58
19:58

Poor State of Sentema, Salaama-Munyonyo Roads Irks Residents 1 3

The plea comes just a few days after Kampala Capital City Authority unveiled Planned Infrastructure Interventions to be undertaken by the Directorate of Engineering and Technical Services during the 2021/2022 financial year. Under the intervention, KCCA intends to improve 69 kilometres of roads in the city, thanks to support from the African Development Bank.
15:50
15:50

Music Industry Seeks Permission to Stage Christmas, Easter Concerts 5 1 Top story

According to the promoters, the cancelled music festivals and concerts have not only affected the people in the industry but also allied businesses like the media, foods and beverages and transport, which greatly rely on entertainment. Having concerts during the Christmas holiday will help them in mitigate the effects of the lockdown on their livelihood.
20:03
20:03

Bomb Discovered in Sembabule Forest, Detonated 3

Children who had gone to collect firewood saw the unexploded rusty bomb which had been abandoned for some time, and took it to the butcher a butcher who started using it to weigh meat as his three quarter kgs stone, having found it to measure exactly "half and a quarter" (750 grammmes) until one day when a keen customer saw it and quickly reported to the authorities.
16:53
16:53

Rampant Drowning in Seasonal Water Bodies Worry Aswa Region Police Amuru district. 2 1

Since April 2021, at the onset of heavy rains in the region to date, police has recorded 10 cases of death arising from drowning due to torrential rains that increased the water volumes.
15:50
15:50

Lack of Sexuality Education Fuelling Teenage Preganacy in Rakai MINISTRY OF HEALTH 2

A survey by Reproductive Health Uganda found out that more than 2,093 underage girls were impregnated during the lockdown period.
10:04
10:04

Mudslides: Bududa Residents Refuse to Relocate OPM 1 6

Amina Namwano, a mother of 10 and a resident of Busai Parish said the government should just come and see what people are going through instead of telling them to relocate.
11:12
11:12

Egypt Commits to Desilt, Clear Water Hyacinth from Kalungu Landing Site 1 2

The landing site, which is located in Lukaya Town Council in Lwera wetland is the main fishing ground for Tilapia and catfish in the Kalungu district. But, it is currently clogged with heavy aquatic weeds, spreading over 200 meters into the lake.
15:14
15:14

Marriage in Uganda is Under siege -Justice Bamugemereire 3 1

She advised that parents to stop depending on government and schools from raising their children but to go back on the drawing board and sit down as parent with other community members to come up with ways to help raise a good generation.
12:44
12:44

Bududa Residents Flee Homes As Mudslides Wreak More Havoc OPM 5

The mudslides, which occurred yesterday at 10 pm got most of them in their houses only to see mud flowing around and within their houses forcing them to run from their homes.
12:46
12:46

Pictorial: Christians Mark 103rd Anniversary of Martyrdom of Daudi Okello and Jildo Irwa Top story

The District Covid-19 Taskforce headed by the Resident District Commissioner Suzan Akany Tuesday directed the suspension of prayers at the martyr’s shrine to curb the spread of Covid-19.
11:50
11:50

Two Held for Theft of Electricity Transmission Cables Worth UGX 25M Luwero Police 4 4 Top story

David Kamugisha, the project administrator reveals that they embarked on the two-year project in September last year. He explains that despite starting the project late, they expected to complete the works by December 2021.
19:45
19:45

Four Hotels Face Probe for Violating COVID-19 Control Measures 3 5

Security and health officials argue that the hotels work normally during the day by serving food and soft drinks, but change the business into dancing clubs under the cover of darkness. Monalisa Lounge and Little Liz Hotel's reportedly play loud music at night and operates bars, despite the continued closure of bars.
11:09
11:09

Teenage Mothers Overwhelm Medical Camp at Bunjako Landing Site 4 2

The Maternal and Child Health Community Outreach, organised by the Rotary Club of Lugogo Mango Tree and Bunjako Health Centre III was targeting to give services to at least 200 mothers. But it attracted more than 500 people, largely teenage mothers from the landing sites of Katebo, Ssenyondo and Misanvu, and Bunjako island.
11:48
11:48

MPs Want Mudslide Victims Resettled In Bududa OPM 1 1

Agness Nandutu, the Bududa woman MP and state minister for Karamoja affairs said resettling the people of Bududa in faraway places will not help them because they are used to their fertile areas where they can practice farming, adding that people were relocated to new environments where their productive farming skills and culture could not be applied like Kiryandongo and Bunambutye.
15:59
15:59

Rwenzururu Kingdom Loyalists Kick-Off Coronation Anniversary Activities 6 2

This is the first time the institution is celebrating its coronation anniversary since the arrest of Mumbere. Mumbere is currently facing treason, terrorism and murder charges arising from the November 27, 2016, military attack on his palace which left more than 100 people killed.
10:34
10:34

Mudslides Wreck Havoc in Bulucheke Sub County OPM 1

Joseph Nasaba, the LC I Chairperson of Nakhatore village, says that there are no human casualties. He says that he heard land sliding downwards and later confirmed mudslides had hit the area. He has asked the government to come to their rescue because they have lost all their crops.
14:53
14:53

Gov’t Yet to Gazette Bunyole Cultural Leader 4 1

Wesana, a professor of Linguistics at Kabale University was elected the first cultural leader of the Banyole cultural institution in September 2019.
12:23
12:23

Pictorial: Excitement As Minister Flags Off Repatriation of 2300 Burundi Refugees 23 Top story

At least 350 refugees left for Burundi by road through Tanzania on Sunday. They join 256 refugees who left Uganda last week and 231 who were airlifted to Bujumbura in December last year.
17:31
17:31

Rwenzururu Finally to Mark Coronation Anniversary 5 Years Since Mumbere's Arrest 4 1

But the Kingdom prime minister, Joseph Kule Muranga told URN that they have been instructed by the cultural leader to organize events that will make the 55th coronation anniversary.
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