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12:57
12:57

Delayed Distribution of Medical Supplies Worries Kyotera, Rakai Districts 2

Dr Edward Muwanga, the Kyotera District Health Officer, says that they are eagerly waiting for the supplies given the increasing number of COVID cases. As of Monday, the district had 388 confirmed COVID-19 cases.
17:27
17:27

Speaker Hospitalised after being Stung by Bees 1 1

Speaker Lubinga's situation was dangerously complicated because, being a Person With Disability, he could not run for his life and so he only yelled for help.
16:25
16:25

Expectant Mothers Stuck As Floods Devastate Kyotera 3 2

The floods that had initially cut off Kyapa-Kasensero road intensified last week following the persistent rainfall in the area. This is the only road that connects Kasensero and Kyebe communities to Kyotera –Mutukula highway. As a result, the health workers and other road users can hardly cross to either side of the road.
12:44
12:44

Residents Criticise UNRA as Floods Cut Off Kyapa-Kasensero Road 6 1

The 41-km road connects the Kasensero Landing Site and Kyebe communities to the Kyotera–Mutukula highway. However, the road has been impassable for over two weeks after persistent seasonal rainfall that led to flooding in Toome where an area covering close to three kilometres was submerged.
13:09
13:09

Pay Citizens Affected by Oil Pipeline or Quit, District Leaders tell Gov't 5 1

According to Patrick Kintu Kisekulo, the Kyotera LCV Chairman, the People affected by the pipeline had expected compensation in the first six months after the project rolled out in August 2018.
16:42
16:42

Construction Of Kyotera District Headquarters Resumes After Stalling For 21 Months 1

At least Shillings 1.5bn was budgeted for the whole project and part of the money was expected from the central government. However, the project stalled in April 2019 after the Shillings 540m that was released by the Finance Ministry was suddenly diverted to implement several projects in different sub-counties.
18:36
18:36

COVID-19: Lwengo Headquarters Closed As Ten Staff Test Positive CAO 2 1 Top story

The Lwengo CAO, Winston Agule Mulimira, says they have since cut their workforce from 30 to 10 per cent. He says they will reopen the offices on December 28, 2020, under strict observance of the Standard Operating Procedures-SOPs issued by Ministry of Health.
10:41
10:41

Cases of Premature Babies Overwhelm Kakuuto HCIV Brick by Brick 2 5

An average of 20 premature babies and children with jaundice, a condition that causes yellowing of the skin and eyes is born every month compared to the previous years when the number was less than than 15 cases.
10:12
10:12

Justice Forum Elects Pioneer Kyotera District Party Chairperson justice forum party 1 3 Top story

According to Basalirwa, the party secretariat appointed Tebajwa to advance their ideology as well as support efforts of to establish functional party structures in the areas they have never existed.
20:00
20:00

Kyotera District Probes Presumptive Malaria Treatment in Private Clinics Malaria Upsurge 3

Records indicate that the number of Malaria cases has increased by over 400,000 this year, from 1 million cases recorded by June 2018, to 1.4 million Cases by June 2019. The surge affected at least 65 districts in the areas of West Nile, Acholi, parts of Lango, Busoga, Bunyoro, Karamoja, parts of Buganda, the districts of Amuria, Kumi and Soroti in Teso, and the districts of Kamwenge, Kisoro and Kanungu in Western Uganda.
16:27
16:27

IGG Investigates Flawed Kyotera Recruitments

Kyotera District Service Commission officials are on the spot for allegedly soliciting bribes from applicants as well as processing appointments for unqualified staff.
07:30
07:30

Panic as Kyotera District Service Commission Secretary Vacates Office on Interdiction Rose Nalubowa

The Chief Administrative Officer, Fred Kalyesubula directed Kayinga last week to handover office to his deputy; Teddy Nakyanzi to pave way for investigations. Kalyesubula accordingly ordered for re-verification of the academic papers of all staffs recruited in the past three years Kayinga has been in office.
20:48
20:48

Kyotera District Service Commission Secretary Faces Interdiction 3

The decision arises out of a resolution by the District Executive Committee meeting chaired by the Kyotera District Chairperson Mathias Kintu Kisekulo, on Friday.
19:29
19:29

Kyotera District Service Commission Secretary Arrested over Extortion public service

According to Sikahwa, they registered a number of complaints from job applicants implicating Kayinga for soliciting bribes from them with promises of helping them to secure public service jobs in the district.
11:01
11:01

90 Rejected in LDU Recruitment in Kyotera, Rakai 4 1

Brig. Gen. Joseph Balikuddembe, the Deputy Commandant of the UPDF first division who led the exercise says that the applicants were rejected for lack of academic qualifications.
09:30
09:30

Rakai Hospital Theatre Reopens After Expansion equipment donated

Dr. Yasin Kiyemba, the medical superintendent, says they would receive a considerable number of patients in need of surgery and operation but would do little to help.
16:29
16:29

Construction of Kyotera District Headquarters Stalls Due to Diversion of Funds councilors protest 4 2

Hajji Sulaiman Ssamula, the Managing Director Owen Construction Company Ltd is worried that the persistent rainfall could affect the building. Ssamula says he received an initial deposit of Shillings 300M for the project with promises of additional funding in vain
16:31
16:31

Kyotera Councilors Reject District Budget 3

The councillors disrupted a session convened by the speaker for the approval of a 24.67 billion Shillings budget upon realizing that some priority items had been omitted from the budget framework paper.
12:27
12:27

Vote Buying Denying Youths Effective Representation – Leaders 7 1

Kalisiizo Town Council Youth Chairperson Fred Busuulwa says that Ugandan elections have been commercialized to a level that eliminates the capable leaders in favor of those who can buy their way to the top.
07:41
07:41

Kyotera Gets New District Service Commission 2

Michael Fred Kaweesi, the acting Chief Administrative Officer, says that the lack of a district service commission has hindered service delivery because many positions in the district are vacant.
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