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20:04
20:04

Amuriat Promises to Fix Impassible Feeder Roads in Acholi LRA 4 1

According to Amuriat, for past 10 days of the campaign trail, his entourage has suffered and severally gotten stuck in the mud due to the appalling state of roads in the countryside due to poor maintenance by the ruling National Resistance Movement government compounded by heavy rains.
17:35
17:35

Transport Fares Hiked Over Protests in Kampala 2020/2021 campaigns 1

The most affected areas include Mengo, Rubaga, Kansanga, Mpererwe, Kasangati, Gayaza. Where costs ranged between 3000 to 4000 shillings but because of the riots the taxis are transporting passengers at a cost between 5000 to 7000 shillings. Other places are from Kampala to Kireka, Bweyogerere and Mukono, Nsangi, Busega, Bwaise, Kawempe where the fare has increased by 1000 shillings or more from the usual prices.
15:52
15:52

Rukungiri Residents Raise Concern About Delayed Completion of Water Project 1

David Tumwebaze, a resident of Kebisoni sub--County says that government and the district officials should come out and clearly explain what went wrong with the project.
15:45
15:45

Heavy Security Deployment Forces Kamwokya Business Community to Stay Away 3 2

Nambi, who doesn’t subscribe to any political party, wonders why a fully nominated presidential candidate can be locked under unclear circumstances.
13:59
13:59

Businesses in Kampala Metropolitan Area Close over Protests kampala riots

The most affected areas are Nakasero, Kisekka and St Balikuddembe markets, Usafi, New taxi Parks, Namayiba Bus Terminal and Mengo Kisenyi. More Arcades have also been closed and people ordered to go back home as the army and police patrol the roads.
12:41
12:41

Riots Break Out in Kisekka Market 2020 campaigns

At 11:30 am the angry traders started burning car tyres in the road, forcing police to fire teargas and bullets
12:18
12:18

Angry Kanungu Residents Plant Bananas, Trees to Protest Poor State of Road 2 Top story

A team of police officers, who rushed to disperse the protesters failed to make it as their vehicle got stuck along Nyakabungo- Rugyeyo road. Their efforts to push the vehicle hit a snag forcing them to abandon it and run for over 10 kilometers to the scene of the protest only to find the residents had dispersed.
09:20
09:20

National Building Board Moves To Fight Accidents at Construction Sites Masaka City Council 4

Jerome Olowo Stowell, the board architect, says the building committee will re-inspect the building after construction for issuance of an occupancy permit, adding that no building will be allowed to be occupied without an occupational permit.
Nov 2020 8 results