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09:32
09:32

Public Outcry over Closure of Entebbe Hospital 3

Management announced that it will only provide outpatient services like chronic care and screening for Covid-19 patients among others.
19:21
19:21

Chaos Reigns on Entebbe Roads as Traffic Signal Lights Fail 1 3

Ronald Kabugo, a boda boda cyclist, survived narrowly on Tuesday evening after a motor vehicle collided with the boda boda at the junction.
09:04
09:04

Entebbe Hospital Struggling With Limited Space For COVID-19 Patients 4 2

The hospital currently has 45 COVID-19 patients. 15 of these are critically ill and thereby in need of oxygen full time. Since there are only 25 medics handling the COVID-19 suspects and patients, Mubiru says the facility cannot admit any more cases.
16:37
16:37

Entebbe Councilor Takes Oath Inside Vehicle 2 2

While the other 26 councillors for Division A walked the podium to take the oath, Kanakulya remained seated inside as she waited for the Grade One Magistrate Naomi Sikhoya to administer the oaths.
16:46
16:46

New Entebbe Mayor Calls for Reconcilation 5 2

On Tuesday during the swearing-in ceremony, Rulinda rallied the people to end politicking and focus on the development of their area.
12:21
12:21

Heavy Deployment in Entebbe Muncipality Ahead of Swearing-in of Mayor 3

Security personnel have been deployed outside and inside Entebbe Municipal Council offices and areas around State House and on some section of the Kampala-Entebbe highway.
12:22
12:22

Relocation of Vendors to Kitooro Market Halted over Fraudulent Space Allocation 6 1

The vendors are supposed to relocate to the market on Sunday and Monday. However, Isabirye has halted the exercise saying the market leadership has to first complete the verification of vendors who have so far been allocated stalls and lockups.
16:07
16:07

Construction of OPD At Katabi Health Centre III Resumes 3 3

Construction of the OPD was halted last month after the municipal council made changes to the initial design. These changes include adding worktops at the reception and laboratory and also painting the exterior of the block.
12:46
12:46

NMS Completes Distribution of Over 28M Mosquito Nets 6 1

In 2019, Ministry of Health tasked NMS to handle the procurement, storage and transportation of the mosquito nets because of its capacity to reach the entire country. He noted that the donor was initially skeptical about the capacity and ability of NMS to deliver the project.
11:24
11:24

Kitooro Market Vendors Reject Proposed Rates 6 2

According to the proposed rates, traders with stalls for food, fresh vegetables and Matooke will pay Shillings 30,000, stalls for fish, fruits and charcoal will pay Shillings 50,000 while those with butcheries and chicken cages will pay Shillings 100,000 monthly. As a result, the council wants to collect shillings 100million a month, translating into shillings 1.2 billion annually.
14:30
14:30

Entebbe Residents Outraged by Dirty Streets, Waste 6 5

Its location, as the host of Uganda’s sole international airport, the Botanical Gardens, the famous Entebbe Zoo and as a peninsular into Lake Victoria, gave it a niche, as an ideal destination for tourists to Historical sites, leisure parks, hotels and sand beaches. Back then, a visit to Entebbe came with a breath of fresh air as a gentle breeze from the lake swept through the town, blowing the wind softly, through the clean streets.
16:36
16:36

Entebbe Public Library Gets New Home 7 5

Two years ago, the public library was shifted to the third floor of Entebbe Municipal Offices. However, the library occupies one room, which can accommodate less than ten book shelves. As a result, two corridors have been occupied by book shelves and tables while some of the books have also been tied in sacks or packed in boxes placed on tables and on the floor.
10:05
10:05

Activists, Buganda Kingdom Rally Kigungu Residents To Clean Up Lake Victoria Shores 8 7

Bubye told the residents that the team was on a fact finding mission on the source of pollution, extent of pollution and degradation urge people to clean up the lake.
10:10
10:10

MV Kalangala Suspends Operations for Servicing 4 3 Top story

Sadala Musoke, the Chief Executive Officer NODL, says the service will involve overhauling the engine of the ferry. He explains that the ferry is supposed to have an engine overhaul after every 10,000 running hours.
12:57
12:57

Construction of OPD At Katabi Health Centre III Commences 3 6

Construction follows the closure of the out-patients department at Entebbe Regional Referral to manage coronavirus (COVID-19) cases.
15:04
15:04

Army Brutality Cost Museveni Votes from the Islands - Voters buvuma island 3 6

Unlike previous elections where Museveni won in both districts, he lost to the National Unity Platform (NUP) candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu also known as Bobi Wine. Bobi Wine won Buvuma district with 64 per cent of the total votes cast while Museveni scored 32 per cent, a drop from the 57 per cent score against Kiiza Besigye in 2016.
14:19
14:19

Tumukunde Given 825 Votes in Areas Where He Never Had Votes 5 1

The election final tally sheet shows that Tumukunde won Entebbe Comprehensive Secondary School [A-BUS] with 371 votes representing 62 per cent of the total votes cast and Kawafu Namagembe's Place (NAM-Z) with 454 votes representing 51 per cent of the total votes cast.
16:37
16:37

Entebbe Residual Election: Polling Assistant Arrested over Alleged Ballot Stuffing Vote Rigging 3 2

Doreen Kembabazi,a polling assistant at A-M polling station at Bugonga Boys Primary School playground. was arrested after one of the polling agents noticed that she had issued more than one ballot paper to a voter.
15:12
15:12

Candidates Transporting Voters to Polling Stations in Entebbe Residual Elections

The candidates were seen using taxis and minibuses to ferry voters to go and vote especially those whose polling stations are far from their homes.
18:18
18:18

Heavy Security Deployment in Entebbe in Anticipation of Protests 2 3

The Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Patrick Onyango says that the deployment follows reports of planned protests by a section of residents.
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