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May 2021 10 results
17:04
17:04

Kitgum District Budget Up By One Percent 3 1

According to the draft budget, Education and sports took the lion share of shillings 13.2 billion followed by health and environment at shillings 7 billion, administration at 4.7 billion and production and marketing at shillings 4.5 billion.
16:56
16:56

Parliament Closes with the Approval of 5 Trillion Shillings Loans in 2 Days 10th parliament 2 1

The 10th Parliament has come to an end with the approval of five loans worth 4.8 trillion shillings in just two days.
16:14
16:14

Eight Arrested Over Armed Robbery in Omoro aggravated robbery 2 1

The suspects who are being detained at Gulu Central Police Station include Robert Komakech alias KK, Robert Olal, Gerald Ongole, Morish Ogwal, Winnie Abang, Stella Akullu, Nancy Apio and Winny Prisca Ajok while other suspects still at large.
15:17
15:17

Drop in Gulu District Budget Worries Leaders 3 1

Christopher Opiyo Ateke, the incoming Gulu District Chairman says there is a very big difference between the running budget and the one for the next financial year and that the operation of the district will not be easy.
15:13
15:13

UNRA Faulted For Delayed Replacement of Broken Culvert In Agago 1 2

A section of culverts that had been installed at a swamp in Abone village, Lira Palwo Sub county collapsed about three months ago but no major repair works have been undertaken by UNRA engineers.
12:57
12:57

Fish Prices Escalate in Bunyoro Sub Region markets 5 1

Edward Kamukumba, the Chairperson Hoima Central Market attributes the increase in fish prices to the massive crackdown on the use of illegal fishing gear on the lake Albert waters.
12:17
12:17

Lack of Transport Hampers Immigration Operations on Kenya Border 3

Officers handling Immigration, Customs and Agriculture affairs at Busia say they have failed to implement the regulations against illegal practices taking place along the porous border due to lack of transport means.
11:27
11:27

Bodaboda Riders Annoyed over Stage Closures Ahead of Swearing-in Ceremony 3 1

The stages that were temporarily closed include the Kireka police stage with 50 members, the super deal stage Kyaliwajjala with 50 members, the Kira-Kayembe stage with 40 members, and the Bweyogerere avocado stage with about 30 members.
10:55
10:55

Free up ‘Bottlenecks’ Stifling Africa’s Agri-Food Sector - FAO Chief

FAO Director-General QU Dongyu says that such bottlenecks are holding back potential and need urgent interventions to increase coordination and upskilling human capacity in African nations. He added that funds must also be unlocked and public finance systems streamlined, “so that the scarce resources we have do not go unspent”.
07:35
07:35

Local Government Ministry Pledges Support to Tooro Kingdom Projects 3 1

Magyezi, who had been invited by the Tooro king, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV, said the ministry is so willing to be a kingdom’s development partner and he will be sending technical people to assess the projects that are underway for support.
May 2021 10 results