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08:15
08:15

Suspected Ebola Patient Admitted At Masaka Regional Hospital MINISTRY OF HEALTH 1 1

Doctor Edwin Okello, the in-charge of the Epidemiology Ward said that the male patient reported to the hospital emergency ward on Monday while seeking treatment.
07:59
07:59

Kotido Farmers Warned Against Selling off Their Harvest Kotido district 2 1

Joseph Abura, the Bishop of Karamoja Diocese says that the harvest for this year was very poor, and therefore more hunger crisis is expected come 2023.
13:09
13:09

Lira City Residents Decry Noise Pollution 4

The residents note that noise pollution from nightclubs and places of worship has increased sound to unbearable levels and has failed them to realize basic benefits such as peaceful sleep.
10:48
10:48

Masaza Cup Quarter Finals Suspended over Ebola Outbreak 2 1

The Chairperson of the Masaza Cup organizing committee Suleiman Ssejjengo, says that the suspension of the matches which were supposed to be held on Sunday was to prevent the further spread of the disease.
18:11
18:11

Gov't Disptaches Fast Maturing Seeds to Karamoja Region 2 1

The seeds worth 800 million Shillings include tepary beans, cow peas, maize, and green gram seeds. They take about 56 days to mature.
11:11
11:11

Boreholes Excite Buikwe Residents 2 2

The boreholes were drilled by A Future for Orphans Uganda organization and are spread sub-counties of Kawolo, Njeru, and Nkokonjeru.
09:03
09:03

Lira City Village Chairpersons Get Gov't Bicycles 10-Years After Presidential Pledge Lira City Council 3

235 bicycles have been distributed to LCIs and another 49 to the LCII chairpersons in Lira City.
17:15
17:15

Couple Arrested for Confining their In- Law for Months Katakwi CPS 2 Top story

Zadok Akutu, the Katakwi Town Council LC III Chairperson, says that Okabe's family had traced for him for two months in vain. According to Akutu, Obake's family contacted his inlaws to ascertain his whereabouts but they reportedly said they didnt know anything.
14:41
14:41

Tooro Kingdom Royal Tombs in Sorry State 2 3

Arnold Kasoro, a resident of Kangoma cell in Kibiito town council told the Uganda Radio Network that a number of tourists from all over the world used to visit the Tomb of the late King Kaboyo I, who was buried in Kangoma village.
15:34
15:34

Comparing Royal Funerals in UK, Bunyoro And Buganda 2 2

A drum is at the centre of royal ceremonies in the ancient kingdoms of Buganda and Bunyoro. It is probably the most important tool of communication, going back to the very beginning of kingship in this part of the world. The drum announced the ascension to the throne of a new king; it announced the start of end of war. Celebratory ceremonies would have a drum as a major part and so did times of mourning such as the death of the king.
09:36
09:36

Katoogo Health Centre III Struggles to Operate without Electricity, Piped Water 1

Established 15 years ago, Katoogo Health Centre III has never had electricity and running water. The facility has been using solar, a shared borehole, and harvested rainwater.
08:22
08:22

Pictorial: Hundreds Displaced by Floods in Kwania 15

Gulsan construction company, which is working on the Apac- Lira Puranga road has blocked culverts and bridges with sand affecting the water flow and leading to flooding.
15:57
15:57

Contaminated Water Floods Over 300 Households in Mukono 4 1

Sarah Namuddu 40, one of the affected persons and a resident of Mulago Cell who lives with a disability, says that her day and night hours remain the same whenever it rains. Namuddu says that she spends the entire day and night draining water from the house every time it rains heavily because of flooding.
09:56
09:56

Kabarole, PWDs Clash over Ownership of KADIPU Building 3 3 Top story

Rwiragira says that the building was rented out to various business people but the dividends are not helping the PWDs. He also notes that whereas the building is under the management of the union chairperson, he has not presented any audit report in the last three years.
16:08
16:08

Brokers Fueling Child Labour, Human Trafficking in Kyotera 3 1

The agents, according to authorities, operate in form of cartels spread out in nearby urban areas on either side of Mutukula- the Uganda-Tanzania border, where they link children to different people, who exploit them for casual labour.
17:07
17:07

Rotary Rolls out Reading Culture Campaign in Mukono Primary Schools 2 3

The Rotary Club President for Ssonde, Connie Masaba says much as Ssonde is focusing on Mukono, the programme is also being implemented by other clubs dedicated to offer an hour every week to supervise reading and literacy classes in pre-primary, primary and secondary schools.
14:24
14:24

Nabakooba Blocks Eviction of Bibanja Owners in Buikwe 1

Solomon Lukyamuzi, one of the affected residents explained that his landlord gave him a two weeks ultimatum to buy the land or face eviction.
17:46
17:46

Hundreds Displaced as Floods Ravage Kwania Villages 4 2

About 600 people have been affected by the flash floods. Some of the affected victims say they are unable to rebuild their houses resulting from the flooding.
06:49
06:49

Pictorial: King Oyo's 27th Coronation Ceremony at Karuziika Palace in Fort Portal 24 Top story

The clan heads decided to stay away from the coronation anniversary celebrations accusing King Oyo of flouting the Kingdom constitution when he appointed the new prime minister and Speaker of the Kingdom's supreme council.
18:49
18:49

National Emblem Crested Cranes Faces Extinction by Electrocution in Lwengo 1

Godfrey Mutemba, the Lwengo district Senior Natural Resources Officer says that in addition to other human habits that include poisoning and destruction of the cranes' natural breeding grounds the wetlands, the Crested Cranes are also dying due to electrocution after they unknowingly collide with uninsulated power transmission lines that run through their habitats and roost sites.
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