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Feb 2020 7 results
21:32
21:32

Probe Implicates Four Kyambogo University Staff in Transcripts Scam 1 Top story

An Adhoc committee set up by the university in 2018 to investigate the fraud has recommended disciplinary action against the officers who allegedly mismanagement the procurement process that led to the direct loss of Shillings 128.5million.
20:45
20:45

Land Reform Policies Could Eradicate Poverty in Africa Say Researchers Land grabbing, 1 2 Top story

studies show that good land governance can eradicate land grabbing, encourage agriculture, and increase food security—transforming development prospects.
17:06
17:06

West Nile Business Community Threatens to Petition Museveni Over Irregular Power Supply power outages 3 3

For the last two weeks, power consumers in West Nile have suffered regular power outages with reports of several of their electric machines blown while Super market operators and dealers in perishable goods having them go bad due to lack of electricity to run freezers.
16:28
16:28

Minister Ajedra Warns Ministries on Obtaining Loans

Speaking today at the Uganda Media Center while announcing the forthcoming regional conference on public debt management and sustainable economic growth, the state minister for Finance in charge of general duties, Gabriel Ajedra said that some of the loans that ministries contract are bad for the country.
15:00
15:00

Njeru Residents Storm Municipal Offices Over Destroyed Properties, Crops njeru municipality 1 2 Top story

Muhamad Katimbo, a resident from Bugungu LC I notes that they complained to Umeme about the destruction of their property but to date nothing has been done. According to Katimbo, they will not allow the power company to transmit power through their area for breaching the agreement they had with them.
12:13
12:13

Sembabule Residents Flee from Money Lenders 4

Samuel Wamala Kuwatanya, the Mawogola County Representative to Buganda Lukiiko, says the area has received an influx of moneylenders locally known as Kafuna. According to Wamala, the money lenders have taken advantage of the financial crisis in the area owing to the livestock quarantine to lend money to residents.
10:37
10:37

Kakira Sugar Works Underfire from Farmers Over Supply Permits Busoga 1 5 Top story

Abdullah Luwangula, a farmer from Luuka district says the influence of politicians has jeopardised the industry as farmers stuck with mature cane are exploited and forced to sell their cane cheaply to middlemen.
Feb 2020 7 results