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17:10
17:10

Museveni Unveils Plans to tarmac Atiak-Yumbe Road road tarmacking 1 2

He also disclosed that the road from Yumbe to Arua via Terego County and the security road from Pakwach through Obongi to Dufile shall equally be sealed.
10:27
10:27

One Dead, 17 Injured Gulu Road Accident accidents 2

The accident occurred at around 7:30 p.m. at Lukodi Trading Centre in Bungatira Sub County Gulu district. It involved a Fuso truck registration number UAK 168C carrying vendors from Palaro Trading Centre to Gulu Main Market.
11:10
11:10

Three Arrested for Murder in Amuru

They were detained in connection with the death of Joel Ogenrwot, a resident of Lagot Oywec village in Okidi Parish Atiak Sub County in Amuru district. They are Patrick Ocen alias Tabu, Godfrey Okwera and Morris Okello.
10:26
10:26

51 Huts Burnt in Gulu Revenge Attack

Gerald Alfred Ocen, the Oitino Parish LC3 councilor says the violence which started at around 3:00p.m left several residents homeless. He says the situation was contained by armed Police personnel.
17:29
17:29

Heavy Rains Leave Trails of Destruction in Agago 2

The Sunday storm destroyed the office block housing the Lukole Sub County chairperson, Sub-county chief, Uganda Police, Assistant Accounting Officer as well as the community development officer.
07:47
07:47

Pictorial: Gulu Foot Pilgrims Trek to Namugongo gulu archdiocese

The pilgrims started the walk with just their Bibles, Rosary and faith in their hearts determined to arrive at the final resting place of the Uganda Martyrs at Namugongo, located about 332 Kilometers away from their homeland.
16:20
16:20

Amuru Set to Get First Solar Plant 4 1

Dr. David Alobo, the Executive Director Xsabo Group says they downgraded the capacity of the plant from 2 Megawatts to 500KW after a baseline assessment indicated that it will adequately meet the current demands of the area.
15:18
15:18

Amuru District Struggles to Contain Black Quarter Disease

They say defiance of residents to bury or burn the carcass of animals killed by the disease is complicating their efforts.
12:00
12:00

Gulu Foot Pilgrims to Namugongo Take a Day of Rest 1

The rest is to facilitate pilgrims who have suffered blisters in their feet recuperate. They have so far covered 112 Kilometers from their starting point in Gulu cathedral, leaving them with 223 Kilometers to Namugongo Martyrs’ Shrine.
16:42
16:42

Gov't Earmarks UGX 114b for Projects in Northern Uganda food security 1 1 Top story

The project aimed at improving food security, infrastructural development and good governance in five sub-regions of Acholi, Karamoja, Lango, Teso and West Nile are funded by European Union.
17:02
17:02

New Book Criticises ICC for Suffocating African Justice Mechanisms 4 1

Launching the book in Kampala, Phil Clark said a strong notion of distance justice is not only reflected in the geographical location of the court but also in the various ways it operates. He says the Work of the International Criminal Court is also crippling African creativity for dealing with African problems such as conflicts. He cites the failure of the Juba Peace process between the Lord’s Resistance Army and the government of Uganda as one case which could have ended the conflict peacefully.
14:55
14:55

W. Nile Golf Club prepares to host Uganda Tour Open 3 2

The event to take place May 18th is expected to feature over 90 golfers from 12 Clubs around Entebbe, Jinja, Tooro, Kitante, Kinyara, Kasese, Kilembe, Kabale among others.
12:19
12:19

Gulu Foot Pilgrims Set Off for Namugongo 2 1

Ahead of the pilgrims is a giant wooden cross flanked by flag bearing portraits of Naumgongo Martyrs Shrine, St. Joseph’s Cathedral and the Sacred Heart University mounted onto a double cabin pick up registration number UAR 206 G branded with Logos of CARITAS. Also in the lead is another pick up vehicle registration number UAN 962T onto which a public address system has been mounted.
14:13
14:13

Gulu Clan Mourns Village's Oldest with Tree Planting Project 1

Sarafino Ojara, the head catechist at Awach Assumption parish eulogized the oldest man in Ludera can as a beacon of peace, which held the clan fabric together through the difficult times of the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) conflict.
12:51
12:51

Gov't Orders Apaa Residents to Vacate Disputed Land Apaa land dispute Top story

The position offers financial and material support to all households living in the area stating that they must vacate the area for wildlife conservation.
13:00
13:00

Ongwen Trial: Defense Team Seeks Reductions in Court Appearance 1

They say the added days will overwhelm is vulnerable mental health condition and endanger his treatment and recovery. Ongwen is currently under treatment for undisclosed mental condition which rebounded in January this year.
11:10
11:10

Oyam School Seeks UGX 100m to Repair Damaged Classrooms

Rose Atto, the school headteacher, says they urgently need 100 million shillings to fix the affected roofs before the second term opens in two weeks’ time.
19:54
19:54

Gulu Youth Lose UGX 55 Million To Fraudsters

The con men defrauded the youth with promises to offer them jobs with Alliance in Motion Global, a Network business franchise based in Gulu town.
19:26
19:26

Gulu Undertakes UGX 8 Billion Road Works

Patrick Kinyera, the Gulu district secretary for works and technical services says the roads will connect newly created sub counties with old sub counties in the northern Uganda district.
16:09
16:09

Pader Struggles to Reverse Ownership of Aswa Ranch 4 1

Godfrey Largo Oringa, the Pader district LC 5 Chairperson says the disputed ranch is being controversially encroached into by a section of local investors who are diverting away from the original purpose for which the ranch was given.
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