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15:53
15:53

Army Issues Alert Ahead of Shooting Drills in Gulu 1 2

Maj. Nicholas Abiribale, the Civil-Military Coordination officer at the Fourth Infantry Division told URN Thursday that the training will involve the firing of live bullets in the areas of Gulu airfield in Bardege-Layibi Division.
12:39
12:39

Security Guard Arrested Over Shooting Student Dead in Gulu 2

Patrick Oola Lumumba, the Bardege-Layibi Division Mayor who visited the crime scene Sunday evening told URN that the deceased along with other unidentified accomplices had been drinking when they illegally accessed the petrol station.
08:03
08:03

Lamogi Chiefdom Seek UGX5 Billion Compensation Over Ruined Heritage Site Northern Uganda 3 1

According to Onen, while the Lamogi cultural institution had believed it was for investment, they later realized the investor was targeting Guru Guru Hill where he had begun excavating rocks for personal gains.
14:41
14:41

Kabaka Birthday Run: Luwero Bishops Rally Christians Against HIV/AIDS Fight HIV/AIDS disease 4 6

While delivering Kabaka Mutebi’s message, Princess Nnaalinya reiterated his call to subjects to protect themselves against HIV/AIDS and advised People Living with the virus to embrace Antiretroviral drugs. Kabaka Mutebi was born on 13th April 1955 and is celebrating 69th birthday this year.
16:02
16:02

Gulu University Adjusts Exams Schedule for Census 1 1

Dr. Jerry Bagaya, the Gulu University Academic Registrar in an April 4 circular noted that the second-semester examination has been rescheduled to start on April 22 and end on May 7 this year.
09:02
09:02

Omusinga Mumbere Reshuffles Cabinet 1

In the new changes, Benson Kule Baritazale is the new deputy premier replacing Edwin Bayiringa Kugonza who has held the position for six months.
09:13
09:13

Gen. Muhoozi Vows to Fight Corruption 1

In a press statement released by the army, Gen. Muhooz in his maiden address as CDF noted that by fighting corruption in the army, they will be able to acquire the best military equipment and offer good uniforms, education and accommodation to their soldiers.
07:56
07:56

I will Continue Promoting Peace in My Retirement-Odama Gulu archdiocese 4 1 Top story

Speaking to Uganda Radio Network in an interview over the weekend, Archbishop Emeritus Odama noted that throughout his tenure as the Metropolitan Archbishop of Gulu, his life centered on peace promotion.
16:36
16:36

Pope Appoints Wokorach New Archbishop of Gulu Archdiocese Pope Francis 1 1 Top story

He now replaces Archbishop Emeritus John Baptist Odama who retired after clocking the 75-year age limit in line with the Code of Canon Law.
07:49
07:49

Journalists Ask Police to Identify Goons Who Beat Up Colleague Teso sub region 1 2

Under their umbrella, Teso Journalists for Community Empowerment (TEJFOCE), the journalists expressed concern that since the incident on June 14, 2023, the Police have neither made any arrests nor provided updates on the progress of their investigations.
14:57
14:57

Among Blocks Debate On Corruption At Parliamentary Commission 5 1 Top story

She said would not comment on rumors and said her allegations are due to her support for the Anti-Homosexuality act 2023.
19:00
19:00

UCC Hunts For Film Makers In Karamoja 1 3

On Friday, the filmmakers drawn from Arua, Gulu, and Lango converged at Hotel Africana in Moroto district for the award ceremony that was aimed at persuading the Karamojong young people to join the industry. Julianne Mweheire, Director of Industry Affairs and Content Development at Uganda Communication Commission said that the short film competition is intended to promote the talents, appreciate the efforts of the filmmakers, and attract more players from Karamoja to join the industry.
11:34
11:34

Activists Demand Juicy Jobs for Women In Green Economy 2 Top story

The transition to a green economy will create many new jobs around the world, including in sub-Saharan Africa. But will women share in these new jobs, and will the economic transformation help them move into higher-paid, more stable jobs that require more education and skills?
10:51
10:51

Food, Drug Shortage Cripples Recovery of Nodding Syndrome Patients MInistry of Health 1 3

Dr. Denis Omoya Ochula, the Acting Lamwo District Health Officer acknowledged that the supplies of medicine for patients suffering from nodding syndrome have been inconsistent for the past year.
11:36
11:36

18 Killed As Fighting Resumes Between M23 and DRC Forces 1

Monday’s fighting broke out in Bwito chiefdom, Rutshuru territory, particularly in villages surrounding the town of Nyanzale and Matete village, located between Kishishe and Kirima along the Mabenga road, after a week of a lull on all fronts.
09:10
09:10

Muyingo Warns Health Training Institutions Against Admitting Unqualified Students 2

Muyingo said that the Ministry of Education and Sports will take action against institutions lacking appropriate training facilities commensurate with the required number of students, including potential closures.
17:10
17:10

Death Toll in Apaa Revenge Attacks Rises to Five Apaa Land Conflict 1 2

Charles Okoya, the LCI of Apaa village told Uganda Radio Network Wednesday that the assailants who returned to avenge an earlier attack abducted five motorcyclists during their raid but left one while another escaped. He however said the armed men went on to kill the three motorists using arrows, and machetes.
09:17
09:17

Akol Challenges Election of New Acholi Parliamentary Group Leaders 1 4

“Be informed that APG has 30 members and 3 ex-officios. Therefore, five members out of 30 cannot sit and appoint themselves to the leadership of the APG without following due process. The APG leaders are elected but not appointed,” Anywar’s statement reads in part.
09:07
09:07

Nwoya Leaders Ask Total Energies E&P To Include Boys In Scholarship Programme 5 2

Philip Oryema, the acting Nwoya District Education Officer however says while the initiative of sponsoring girls in school is welcomed, the district is grappling with a decline in enrolment of boys sitting for PLE since they are left out.
16:02
16:02

Amuru Heightens Screening at Uganda-S.Sudan Border Over Cholera Outbreak MINISTRY OF HEALTH 1

Lamot says there has been a high influx of asylum seekers from Sudan and South Sudan which has necessitated the need for heightened vigilance at the border point. According to him, they screen about 50 to 100 Sudanese asylum seekers daily escaping violence in parts of Sudan.
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