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11:47
11:47

UMEME Loses UGX 2Billion in Power Thefts in Jinja Area community 1 1

UMEME’s Jinja area manager, Paul Ssempira however says that despite their efforts to sensitize communities on the dangers involved in power thefts, the vice tends to thrive, which has since compromised the power supply chain to the legally connected consumers.
12:12
12:12

Jinja RDC Rejects Poor Quality Cassava Cuttings government 1

Madoi received the two trucks containing 430 sacks of cassava stems but on unpacking 15 random sacks, the stems were already dry with limited chances of germination. Other sacks contained branches of different tree species and leaves, which had been packed as cassava stems.
14:49
14:49

Savers Protest Delayed Release of Parish Community Funds group 3 1

Some claim that most of their members are illiterate, yet all the money request forms are written in English, and they lack timely guidance from the project supervisors and so they hired local government employees to fill these forms for them at a fee of 50,000 Shillings per form.
14:15
14:15

Fisheries Minister Threatens to Expose Illegal Fishermen Masquerading As Statehouse Agents body 3 1

Addressing staff at the National Fisheries Resources Research Institute-NAFIRRI in Jinja city on Wednesday, Adoa claimed that most illegal fishermen are wealthy individuals who use their influence to engage in illegal fishing practices without any restraint.
08:25
08:25

Lands Ministry Rallies Jinja City Residents to Embrace Draft Physical Plan country 1 3

The draft physical plan within the nine villages located in Namizi ward comprises the location of roads, health facilities, schools, green spaces, residential and industrial areas.
18:41
18:41

Government to Pay Eligible Beneficiaries who Missed Covid-19 Relief Funds village 1 2

Nakadama however stressed that accounting officers should be able to compile the requisite evidence confirming that the said persons are residents within the areas where they had been registered.
13:10
13:10

Delayed Funding Slows Construction of Kiira Motors Plant government 1 3 Top story

Lt. Gen. James Mugira, the Managing Director NEC told journalists on Wednesday that they have attempted to engage the responsible authorities on exploring other financing models but haven’t received any reply.
07:04
07:04

Traders, Transporters Protest Movement Restriction on at Old bridge food 3 1

However, the Kiira region police commander, Dauda Hiriga argues that the continued unregulated traffic flow between the two districts has created congestion and increases the risk of covid-19 infections if not controlled.
15:34
15:34

Protests in Jinja as Security Blocks Pedestrians from Accessing Town COVID-19 5 4

While cargo trucks, pickups and motorcycles were given a green light to easily proceed, occupants of private vehicles and pedestrians who were not in the category of essential workers were tasked to adduce movement permits.
12:40
12:40

Traders in Jinja City Protest Closure of Shops business 6 2

Security personnel comprised of both police and UPDF on Monday afternoon closed down shops whose owners had resolved to operate normally, despite the presidential directive to temporarily close some businesses.
11:40
11:40

Drivers Find Alternative Routes to Access Jinja city public transport 1 1

Other vehicles owned by utility service providers, which ferried excess passengers were also impounded, although most of their illegal passengers abandoned their transporters and fled.
18:13
18:13

Njeru Residents Opt for Water Transport to Beat the Inter-District Travel Ban security 2 1

The residents, most of them casual labourers and market vendors say that security teams are demanding national and work identity cards, from every person who intends to cross the Nile bridge, yet many of them do not have documents and do not belong to the category of essential workers who are allowed to cross the district boundary.
11:22
11:22

Town Clerks Blame Political Interference for Failure to Enforce Physical Development Plans area 4

Godfrey Kisseka, the town clerk of Mubende Municipality, says that most violators of the current physical development plans are powerful and well connected; saying that fighting them requires political support from the president.
11:38
11:38

Butchers Cry as Two Tons of Meat Rot in Jinja Market system 5 2

If it is true that butchers pay 40,000 each per month for power, then 300 of them raise 12,000,000 for electricity in one month, three times the outstanding bill that led to disconnection.
18:01
18:01

Committee Irked By Encroachment on Railway Land job 2

The committee chairperson, William Korotyo says that, before their fact-finding trip in Jinja City, they had received reports of squatters who have constructed permanent houses within the rail line and its’ surrounding reserves.
18:26
18:26

Drivers Want Police to Reinstate White Traffic Uniform Iganga 1 3

Some eight traffic police officers who spoke on condition of anonymity told URN that they have been involved in minor accidents, which drivers blame on poor visibility of officers along the highways.
15:13
15:13

Jinja Produce Dealers Stuck with Maize Products Due to Export Restrictions agriculture 2 1

The ban was later lifted, but with strict conditions on exporters as Kenyan authorities sought to curb shipping in of the cancer-causing aflatoxins. The country's agriculture ministry said that all maize importers would be required to be registered, and possess a certificate of conformity on aflatoxin levels for every consignment. The traders are also expected to issue details of their warehouses clearly explaining the mode of storage and drying.
14:42
14:42

Jinja Market Traders Want Street Vendors Evicted kiosk 3 1

The vendors note that since most commodities are scattered along the different streets within Jinja town, most people prefer buying from the street vendors instead of wasting their time to enter the shops or market.
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