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18:30
18:30

Maj. Gen Benon Biraro Laid to Rest Colon Cancer 6 2

Aron Nyesiga, a resident of Rumuri cell, says that the late Biraro constructed a church in the area, a borehole and water dams used by over four villages in Masha parish.
07:53
07:53

Crime Preventers on Spot for Grabbing Nakivale Settlement Land 3 1

Essau Beyendera, the assistant Nakivale settlement camp commandant, says security agents and political leaders at different levels have grabbed over 400 hectares of land out of the 71.3square miles of Nakivale settlement camp land.
18:46
18:46

Foreign Nationals Task Besigye on Expulsion Threat

Sulait Makokha, a Congolese national tasked Besigye to give them assurance that he will not compel them to return their troubled countries once he is elected. In his response, Besigye said he had heard similar claims perpetuated by government operatives in several districts across the country, that foreign nationals will be persecuted once the opposition takes over power.
15:00
15:00

Isingiro Police Share Vehicle With RDC police vehicles 2 1

Isingiro DPC, Moses Muzima says they have no option but to suspend avoidable duties like motorized day and night patrols in isolated areas due to lack of transport.
12:35
12:35

Isingiro Bans Night Consultative Meetings 1 2

Herbert Muhangi, the Isingiro District Resident Commissioner says the ban follows several incidents involving supporters of aspirants who have either fallen off the trucks or been beaten up by rival groups.
16:13
16:13

2 Immigration Officers Arrested for Issuing Illegal Passports 2 1

Frank Kanyike and Willy Mukula, both immigration officers attached to Kikagati and Bugango border points were arrested by police in Isingiro district following a tip-off from informants who had witnessed the illegality. They are detained at Mbarara central police station.
11:16
11:16

3500 Isingiro Residents Decide to Build Own Health Unit people power 2 1 Top story

3500 residents of Nyamisimbo parish in Masaha Sub County, Isingiro district, have started building their own health unit after getting tired of waiting for government to extend health services to the area. Deus Iraka, the chairperson construction committee, says each family contributed 15,000 shillings towards the construction of a two roomed health unit.
May 7 results