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12:53
12:53

District Security Committee Bans Grazing, Cultivation on Oil Refinery Land cultivators 1 2 Top story

Yosam Tumwebaze, the Hoima Resident District Commissioner-RDC who doubles as the Hoima District Security Committee chairperson told Uganda Radio Network that they have banned pastoralists and cultivators from using the land.
14:01
14:01

UPDF Starts Verification Exercise Of 1,000 Veterans In Hoima pension 3 2

Maj. Ninsiima Rwemijuma, the spokesperson for the Rwenzori-Bunyoro Veterans verification team explains that some of the required documents needed during the verification exercise include a discharge certificate, National identity card and bank statement among others.
17:09
17:09

Heavy Deployment at Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom Headquarters anti-riot police 2 2

The Anti-riot police and the UPDF deployment is visible at the Kingdom headquarters, at the entrance of the Omukama’s palace and inside the palace.
10:01
10:01

FPU Operations Combat Attacks on Fishermen on Lake Albert DRC Militiamen 2 1

Since August this year when the FPU operations intensfied on Lake Albert to fight illegal fishing practices, there have been no attacks on Ugandan fishermen.
13:39
13:39

Security Heightened along Uganda-DRC Border ahead of New Year Festivities ADF Rebels 3 1

The heavy deployment of Police, Uganda Peoples Defence Forces-UPDF and personnel from sister security agencies is visible mostly at landing sites bordering DRC in the Albertine region.
16:39
16:39

Security Cautions Border Residents In The Albertine To Be More Vigilant DRC 2 1

According to security, the Albertine region that is at the porous border with the DR Congo is at greater risk since the DR Congo hosts ADF militants who are a threat to Uganda yet there are always cross-border movements between residents in the Albertine and those from the DRC, a thing security operatives say might led to infiltration of wrong elements.
15:18
15:18

Hoima City Gets Two New Divisional Police Commanders 1 1

The two commanders are ASP Micheal Ojik who will take charge of Hoima West division and SP Alex Wabwire who will take charge of Hoima East division respectively.
17:21
17:21

Fishermen Applaud Army for Ridding Lake Albert of DRC Militiamen Lake Albert Attacks 4 1

Now Simon Baleke, a fisherman at Bugoma landing site in Kyangwali sub county in Kikuube says ever since the FPU commenced their operations on the lake, attacks by suspected Congolese militiamen on Ugandan fishermen have stopped. He wants the operation to continue to save them from being attacked by the suspected Congolese armed men.
10:34
10:34

Security Heightened along Uganda-DRC Border After Bomb Threats 2 1

The move follows terror alerts which were followed by two explosions; in Komamboga, a suburb of Kampala and on a Bushenyi bound bus within less than a week. Each of the incidents claimed a life and left a few other people nursing injuries.
16:47
16:47

289 Turn Up for LDU Recruitment in Hoima Applicants 2

Samuel Kisembo, the Hoima Resident City Commissioner- RCC says that 116 applicants turned up for the exercise in Hoima city adding that of these 97 are males while 19 are females.
11:41
11:41

Bunyoro Kingdom Explains Why Five Royals Were Turned Away From The Palace Royal Family 3 1

Princess Joan Winyi Gafabusa explains that they had gone to visit the Omukama to discuss with him key family issues including land grabbing and mismanagement of kingdom property by some palace officials.
14:20
14:20

Congolese Nationals Continue Flocking Into Uganda Despite Border Closure Lake Albert 3 1

Alfred Onenchan, the second in Command at Kaiso Immigration offices in Hoima district, says they are unable to patrol all landing sites due to manpower gaps. He says as a result, some Congolese Nationals use illegal landing sites to sneak into the country.
15:25
15:25

Police, Saracen Fail to Trace Missing Security Guard 1

Okot disappeared with a semi-automatic rifle registration number SAR 12116651/06277 with five rounds of ammunition from Mukwano Building in Hoima City on Tuesday last week.
16:16
16:16

Electoral Commission Pays SPCs in Hoima Allowances 1

Last week, the SPCs stormed the Hoima City Electoral Commission offices in Kijungu, in Hoima City demanding for the payment of their allowances.
12:09
12:09

UPDF Probes Extreme Extortion on Lake Albert. 1 1

According to the fishermen, they are charged up to half a million shilling per boat to access the lake to carry out fishing.
13:02
13:02

Military and Police Drag Kyagulanyi From Hoima Radio Studio 1 3

The talk show that started at 9:15AM lasted only 5 minutes after UPDF and Anti-riot police commanded by Deo Obura, the Albertine region police commander-RPC raided the station and whisked away Kyagulanyi and other National Unity Platform party officials from the Radio station studios
11:41
11:41

Heavy UPDF Deployment in Hoima Ahead of Muntu’s Campaigns Hoima boma grounds 1 1

Muntu is expected to hold two rallies in Kikuube on Sunday Morning and later in Hoima district and City today in the afternoon.
15:02
15:02

Police Block Hoima-Kampala Road Ahead of Kitara FC Return 2 1 Top story

Mpabaisi says they decided to block the road after receiving information that supporters of Kitara FC were planning to hold a procession through Hoima town to celebrate their qualification for the Star-Times premier league in contravention of the COVID19 preventive guidelines.
12:42
12:42

Fishermen Demand Immediate Release of Their Impounded Fishing Gear Lake Albert 4 1

Henry Irumba, the LC 1 Chairperson Kaiso Landing site, says the families of the affected fishermen are experiencing untold suffering since they can no longer afford proving for their families. The boats and Engines were confiscated in April this year after the boat owners defied a night-time ban on fishing activities on Lake Albert occasioned by the outbreak of COVID-19 Pandemic.
14:47
14:47

UPDF Fisheries Protection Unit to be Deployed on Lake Albert Police deployment 1 1

More than 200 landing sites in the districts of Hoima, Buliisa and Kikuube were listed for closure by the government, for allegedly facilitating the illegal movement of people to and from the Democratic Republic of Congo at the height of a lockdown occasioned by an outbreak of Coronavirus Disease.
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