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18:22
18:22

Whistleblower Petitions Parliament Over Unending Livestock Thefts in Tooro 1 1

Records at Rwenzori Regional Police Department show that 170 goats, 20 cows and 10 sheep have been stolen since the beginning of the year. The police have also arrested more than 15 suspects, but none has appeared in court.
15:48
15:48

Police, Private Investigator Offer Tips on How to Avoid Kidnap 2 1

Police say in order to avoid being kidnapped, the public must always be suspicious about strangers standing near their homes and people who inquire about when you leave or return to your home or workplace.
11:14
11:14

Uganda Human Rights Commission Probing Kaabong Murders 1

A number of murder cases which include shootings, strangulations and other forms have been reported in the district. The recent case that compelled the team to camp in Kaabong this week involves a civilian, Longem Tayal, 22, resident of Kalonyangiat village in Kalapata Sub County.
10:41
10:41

Mbalala Police Struggles With Dilapidated Building 1 1 Top story

Last year part of the building was destroyed by a speeding Uganda People’s Defence Force-UPDF truck. Since then the facility has never been renovated. Currently, more than six police officers share one room to execute their duties while others are forced to sit outside.
17:30
17:30

Caretaker Charged With Negligence over Missing Baby 1 1

Kabubi was grabbed by a female stranger two weeks ago at around 9 pm when he and other children in Katwe cell followed their neighbour Lillian Kibirige alias Maama Rose to pick a blanket from her brother.
10:42
10:42

Aswa Police Officers Faulted for Involvement in Land Disputes 2

Corporal Vincent Ovulu alias Simon Peter Dwaka, a traffic police officer attached to Gulu Central Police Station was involved land a land dispute between the Lageru clan and Lamogi clan.
17:34
17:34

Anti-Corruption Unit Returns Bodies of Deceased Laborers from Kuwait Unit Corporation 1 1 Top story

Charles Twine, the Spokesperson of the Criminal Investigations Directorate told URN that the deceased laborers whose identified have been withheld by police were trafficked to Kuwait on May 18th, 2019 by Spotlight, an International Labor export firm.
16:39
16:39

How Kaweesi Murder Suspect Survived Re-arrest Jibril Kalyango 2 Top story

A source at court told URN on condition of anonymity that Kyambadde who was dressed in a white Tunic hurriedly removed it and wore a black jacket he found in Mubiru’s vehicle that was taking them home shortly after their release.
14:49
14:49

First Year of CCTV in Fighting Crime, Traffic Violations mobile phone 3 1 Top story

Kampala Metropolitan police has registered at least 187 crime incidents, which have been investigated or still under investigation as a result of crime scenes recorded by CCTV cameras erected on various streets and roads. On February 24th, 2019, CCTV cameras captured a man who stole a mobile phone at Kampala road.
13:07
13:07

Police Arrests Five After Namawojjolo Robberies 3 1

Although one suspect managed to escape, police apprehended Jamad Kulaba, Isaac Mugedo, David Ngoobi, Muhamad Japolo and Rolim Magemeso alleged to be behind robberies that took place on the nights of Wednesday and Tuesday involving an attempted murder of Alice Namukwaya, a mobile money attendant.
16:46
16:46

10 Police Officers Probed for Ignoring Alerts on Nagirinya’s Kidnap 1 1

Nagirinya’s family led by her father Francis Lubowa and former Buganda kingdom minister Dr Ben Mukwaya blamed her death on police negligence. They said that her life could have been saved if police acted as soon as it was alerted about her kidnap.
15:56
15:56

Mukono Leaders on Spot for Mismanaging Katooke Landing Site Food Relief Mukono District 1 3

Last month, the Ministry of Disaster and Preparedness delivered 600 bags of rice, 200 Source pans, 100 tarpaulins to cater for about 1,450 residents affected by the fire. However, according to Lawrence Kiyinga the LCIII Chairperson of Koome Sub County, only 300 bags of rice were delivered. Each bag contained 50 kilograms.
08:04
08:04

Nakitutulu Swamp: A Dumping Site for Bodies, Robberies 8 2 Top story

Juliet Nankabirwa, who operates a tree nursery in the area, says about nine bodies have been dropped in the area since last year. She notes that they have minimized walking during night hours fearing for their lives. According to Nankabirwa, they often hear school children and women screaming for help from the bad hearted men trying to rape them.
07:20
07:20

Congolese Refugees Stranded at Malaba Police Station 1 3

The refugees who included 22 children and five adults fled fighting in North Kivu Province, Rucuru village and ended up in Abakiriza church in Kampala who sheltered them for some time but later were put in a bus and they ended up in Malaba border as they were seeking for asylum in Kenya.
21:29
21:29

Hoima Nursing School Principal Suspended Christopher Katumba 2

The decision to suspend the principal was reached in an emergency closed door meeting held in the Office of Hoima Resident District Commissioner on Tuesday evening following a student’s strike.
18:55
18:55

USAID Boosts Ebola Fight With UGX 5.5 Billion 1 3

Dr. Lisa says through partnership with the National Ebola Task Force, the Center for Disease Control assisted the Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI) in testing more than 600 Ebola surveillance samples collected from the porous border with DR Congo in which Four were confirmed to be Ebola.
18:41
18:41

Heavy Police Deployment at Hoima Nursing School students 1 Top story

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police spokesperson, says they received information that the students had turned rowdy to the extent of pelting stones at any person approaching the school premises. He says police will maintain presence at the school to ensure sanity to protect school property from destruction.
18:21
18:21

Plan to Eliminate Spies in Settlements Sends Refugees into Panic 5 1

The distress comes barely a week after the Office of the Prime Minister announced that that the mass recognition of refugees had been suspended on security grounds to prevent criminal activities. Initially, such groups of people were provided temporal protection for up to two years before they are asked to apply for refugees’ status in Uganda.
13:22
13:22

5,000 Police Recruits to Start Training on Saturday 2 1

Fred Enanga, the Police Spokesperson says that Police’s Police Advisory Committee chaired by Inspector General of Police – IGP Martin Ochola, has perused through the names of candidates and lists of successful ones have been sent to various regional and division recruitment centres.
11:31
11:31

Deployment in Mines Worries Karimojong mining in karamoja 4 1

In Moroto, the district Chairperson, Andrew Napaja Keem was denied access to the DAO Marble Mining Site last year. Other leaders in Nabilatuk, including the district youth chairperson reported denial to the mining site in his district.
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