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Jun 2022 9 results
13:46
13:46

Umeme Earmarks Over UGX12B to Revamp Power Lines in Bugisu 3

According to Robert Mubiru, the Programs Execution Manager at Umeme Limited, the refurbishment of the lines will start next month, to be completed by November and they are going to renew most of the lines which have become weak leading to continuous power outages.
13:46
13:46

Marine Insurance: Importers Given One Week to Switch to Local Insurers 6

The Insurance Regulatory Authority, IRA, has also downplayed the challenge to the legality of the directive, saying it is supported by the law.
12:20
12:20

Skepticism As Ministers Start Parish Development Model Mobilization Emyoga projects 4 1 Top story

Some Members of Parliament, civil society, and development experts doubt that the Parish development model will be different from similar interventions like Entandikwa, and NAADS.
11:37
11:37

Luuka Residents Living In Panic Over Looming Eviction 5 1 Top story

Susan Nabirye, one of the residents says that in 2018, district officials ordered to vacate the wetland and provide space for the surveyors to map out one of the government’s protected areas, which they adhered to.
11:11
11:11

KCCA Evicts Kenyatta Market As Smart City Operations Intensify 4 1

Jacob Ssemakula, one of the affected vendors told our reporter that the market was started by reformed youth in Kawempe division. He said that the government would have relocated them to another area instead of evicting them.
11:02
11:02

Boda-Boda Riders Defy KCCA, Return to NMT Corridor 2

Last month, KCCA evicted Boda Bodas off the street in an effort to decongest the corridor and enforce its proper usage. More than 50 motorcycles were impounded.
10:39
10:39

West Buganda Diocese To Enforce Mandatory Coffee Farming in All Parishes 3 1

Molly Tandeka, the representative of Sembabule Archdeaconry to the synod demanded that the diocese adopts coffee farming as its niche through, which it can foster improved livelihoods of its priests and lay-readers, wherever they are deployed on their clerical duties.
09:05
09:05

Constructing 70 Kms Roads of Murrum to Cost Ugandans UGX16 Billion Kikuube government 2

The roads to be graded from the current dilapidated state to first class murrum include14.85km Kigaya-Kitindura-Kikuube,7.30 Kyangwali-Tontema-Mahamba, 5.20km Bukinda-Nguse, 12.40km Kabanyansi-Musaijamukuru,13.95 km Kinogozi-Kihabwemi-Kigaya,16km Kiziranfumbi-Kichakanya-Ruhunga.
07:43
07:43

UMEME To Invest 12 Billion Shillings In Revamping Power Lines In Busoga Sub Region electricity 1 1

During the launch of the plan on Wednesday, Umeme said the development is aimed at ensuring timely power supply within the sub region, so as to improve productivity in both the manufacturing and services sectors.
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