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18:38
18:38

Kayunga LCV Chairperson Committed Suicide-Postmortern Report 1 2

According to Charles Twine, the Spokesperson of the CID Sserubugo hanged himself using a rope that broke the spinal code in the neck area. The post-mortem report was conducted at Mulago hospital by three senior surgeons and one independent doctor provided by the family. It was also conducted in the presence of one family member Abubakar Kikuubo and the District Vice Chairperson Joel Kayiira.
16:17
16:17

Lamwo Clinical Officer Succumbs to Covid-19 1

Kidega says the deceased was diagnosed with coronavirus disease (covid-19) along with another health worker at Lokung Health Center III two weeks ago after they tested positive for the virus.
16:11
16:11

Security Personnel in Kitgum Intensify Crackdown on People Flouting Covid-19 SOPs 1

William Komakech, Kitgum Resident District Commissioner noted during a weekly task force meeting on Thursday that the operation seeks to restore compliance to SOPs in order to curb the spread of covid-19.
13:12
13:12

Loss of LC I Chairpersons to COVID-19 in Mukono Frustrates Community Surveillance 1 3 Top story

Muhammad Wasswa Takwana, the LC I chairperson of Ggulu Cell A in Mukono Central Division, says that the situation is out of their hands after seeing their colleagues dying helplessly.
10:06
10:06

Save Ayivu Initiative Members Demand Independent District 4 3

John Godo, an Elder in Ayivu and Minister in Lugbara Cultural Institution, says that the decision to remove Ayivu from Arua City is aimed at safeguarding the common heritage of the Ayivu and Lugbara people from being eroded by the influence of the City.
09:38
09:38

Vendors Protest Relocation of Luweero Weekly Market 2

Irene Nakamatte, the Luweero Town clerk wrote to Luweero Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) on June 4, 2021, informing him about the impending relocation of the vendors.
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07:15

Inter-District Travel Ban Takes Toll on Service Delivery in Kalungu 2

The LC V Chairperson, Ahmed Nyombi Mukiibi, says a number of public servants including key staff are not reporting to their duty stations because they were locked out of the district.
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