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12:51
12:51

Namanya Recounts His Battle on Terror in Kampala 2 1 Top story

Having joined Uganda Police Force in 1987, Namanya says he will never forget terror strikes in Kampala in the 33 years he served Uganda Police Force. According to Namanya, Uganda Police Force wasn’t prepared for terrorism when grenades started exploding in public places in Kampala between 1996 and 2000.
10:25
10:25

Police Confirms Replacement of Ejected Directors Jesse Kamunanwire 4 Top story

Richard Edyegu has been confirmed as Acting Director Logistics and Engineering replacing Bangirana, Henry Tukahirwa has been appointed acting Director Eelfare and Production replacing Lemmy Musa Twinomugisha, Christine Nanding has been appointed acting Director Human Rights and Legal Services replacing Erasmus Twaruhukwa.
07:56
07:56

Lamwo Residents In Panic As Stray Lions Kill Six Cattle 1 Top story

The Padibe East Sub County LC 3 Chairperson, Julius Peter Olung told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that residents are currently living in fear following the invasion of the lions. He says the lions suspected to be male and female attacked another kraal on Monday night in the same village where they killed three more calves.
17:55
17:55

IGP Orders Quick Investigations into Nansana Shooting Bobi Wine 1 2

The Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, says the IGP has reached out to Kyeyune’s family in Nankulabye to express his heartfelt condolences.
12:09
12:09

Thugs Terrorise Busitema University 2 1 Top story

On Friday, the thugs hacked Martin Eleket, a third year student of Science Education in Agriculture who was also heading to the hostel.
11:48
11:48

Police in Busia Accused of Torture, Extortion 6

Polly Makokha, a bar operator says that armed police officers who were on plain clothes stormed his business at midnight and ordered him to get out of the bar counter and went with Ugshs200,000.
11:36
11:36

Renowned Activists Denied Access to Parliament pig demonstration 1 2

Some of the activists who were reportedly banned from Parliament include Moses Bigirwa, Norman Tumuhimbise, Muhammad Ssegirinya and Allan Kitonsa.
07:34
07:34

Crocodiles Scare Fishermen from Lake Victoria UWA 1 2

John Magunda, a fisherman in Buwooya sub county notes that the crocodiles hide under stones during the evening hours and often attack them forcing them to abandon their boats. He says the crocodiles do not only scare them from accessing the lake, but they also destroy their fishing nets.
17:33
17:33

Report: Most Ugandans Stuck with Poor Quality Jobs job creation 1 1 Top story

Dino Merotto, World Bank Economist and lead author of the report, said Uganda still has to create at least one million jobs each year from 2030, an increase from the current demand of 660,000 a year.
12:59
12:59

One-Year-Old Dies In Septic Pit 2

The deceased’s father, Lauben Thembo, says the toddler had gone to play in the neighborhood after the afternoon meal when he met his death. According to Thembo, they got concerned when they spent several hours without seeing the child and tried searching for him in vain.
07:27
07:27

People Power Considering ‘Plan B’ after Botched Consultative Meeting law 1 4 Top story

According to Ssenyonyi, what transpired at Ndeeba is a clear indication that whatever they do will be reject by police, which keep hiding behind sections of several acts.
20:46
20:46

How Crime Intelligence Arrested Kololo Female Phone Snatcher 1 1

It all started when Kololo residents working out in the evening or early morning hours complained of a woman who was grabbing their phones. The suspect could sometimes disguise as a jogger when her actual mission is targeting her unsuspecting joggers.
15:58
15:58

MPs Want Glass Screen, Live TV for Strangers in Parliament red top brigade 6 1

Nwoya County MP Simon Oyet says Parliament should borrow from courtrooms that have glass screens to protect witnesses from anyone who would wish to attack them. He observes a need to have a live TV link to allow strangers to watch parliamentary proceeding on a screen from a space where they can also be monitored by MPs.
15:06
15:06

Crime Intelligence, Flying Squad Rescue Kidnapped Boy 1 1

In her statement at Kawanda Police Station, Kakeeto’s mother said unknown people kidnaped her son who was playing in the compound while she was inside the house.
18:50
18:50

Probe Uncovers Fraud, Massive Theft of Equipment at Arua Hospital 2 2

The investigation team found that the procurement processes at the Hospital are shrouded in fraud and that key equipment has gone missing from the facility under unclear circumstances. They cited the loss of an autoclave and assorted tools kit estimated at over 500 million Shillings.
10:52
10:52

Museveni Directs Installation of Security Lights Around UCU Campus Guild President 2 2

The directive followed a request by the UCU guild president Timothy Kadaga on the basis of cumulative cases of thefts taking place in villages where a sizeable number of students reside. Kadaga said that several students had lost personal belongings and equipment through house break-ins, while others are waylaid by thugs, thumped and robbed.
14:07
14:07

Uganda's Newly Constructed Hi-Tech Prison Ready to Receive Inmates Luzira 5 1 Top story

It was built with large sized prison wards and 30 cells, all fitted with modern sanitary facilities. It has a fully-fledged medical wing complete with an inpatient section, a contact visitors room and isolation rooms for contagious diseases, and a kitchen equipped with power-saving technology.
13:30
13:30

Police Moves to Redesign Female Officers’ Uniform 1 1

Police said that in order to minimize attacks on female officers, they are considering a request by top to redesign the uniform. The changes will see female officers wear uniforms designed like ordinary women suits, have head capes that appear more like head veils and light shoes.
11:29
11:29

New Project to Address Link Between Terrorism, Arms and Crime 1

It is widely acknowledged that the connection between terrorism and organized crime, including illicit small arms and light weapons trafficking is a serious threat to international peace and security, an obstacle to sustainable development and a menace to the rule of law.
20:38
20:38

President Museveni Refutes Links with Rwandan Dissident Kayumba Nyamwasa 1 2

President Museveni stated that he and the Ugandan government has no relations with Nyamwasa and his allies neither is he interested in their conflicts with Kagame. Museveni says that all he knows is that Nyamwasa fell out with Kagame and fled to South Africa for asylum. He added that he was not aware if Nyamwasa and his allies are passing through Uganda to destabilize Rwanda.
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