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15:11
15:11

War Debt Claimants in Kitgum Protest Reduction of Cattle For Compensation 4 1

A total of 1,463 war debt claimants in the district were verified in the exercise to ascertain details of claimants and properties lost as the government moves to start compensation.
13:00
13:00

Residents Demand Compensation for Destroyed Properties Caused by Flashing of Katosi Water Pipe 4 1

William Kunya, one of the residents wonders why the engineers chose to set up a water flashpoint in a residential area as opposed to a swamp.
12:57
12:57

Dear President, Give us Our Father or his Dead Body, Family Pleads 4 1

Sarah, who was badly beaten up by soldiers at Makindyefor her husband now pleads, “I am appealing to you, President, forgive me, at least show me my husband. I am on my knees president. I am a situation where I cannot look after the children.”
11:47
11:47

Bar Dege Layibi Division Residents Form Security Committee Street Kids

Patrick Oola Lumumba, the Mayor Bar Dege Layibi division, says that to facilitate the newly formed security committee, community members have agreed to contribute Shillings 1000 per household monthly.
18:14
18:14

Oil Pipeline Route Affected Persons in Kyotera Protest Compensation Rates 1 1

The EACOP project players that include Total East Africa, Petroleum Authority of Uganda-PAU, New Plan among other contractors are currently engaging communities affected by the pipeline route, on its progress as well as simplifying the Resettlement Action Plan recently approved by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development.
07:50
07:50

Custodians of Nodding Syndrome Debilitated Children Ask Gov’t for Skills Training well-wishers 1 3 Top story

Grace Atim, an elderly mother and resident of Ajan village in Lamola Parish in Odek lost her daughter to the disease. She says if they are empowered through vocational training and soft skills such as agribusiness, village savings schemes, and tailoring and small business enterprises they will be able to fend for themselves and relieve the government the burden of begging.
07:35
07:35

Onduparaka Residents Protest Closure of Only Village Borehole 1 3

Some of the community members told URN that they are forced to move over two kilometers to fetch unclean water from River Enyau hence risking their lives.
07:10
07:10

Lwengo CAO, HR In Trouble Over Fraudulent Insurance Scheme 1 Top story

URN has established that the workers’ salaries have been cut without their knowledge and consent since April 2021.
08:17
08:17

Gen. Katumba’s Driver Finally Laid To Rest In Bukomansimbi 9 1 Top story

However, Sheik Muhammad Wasswa Ssemakadde, the Bukomansimbi District Khadi, attributes the ongoing killings to curses of all Ugandans who are arrested, incriminated, tortured and innocently charged due to sloppy investigations.
18:23
18:23

Napak Farmers in Tears as Company Fails to Pay them UGX 100million

One of the farmers called John Lokol URN that the management of Koge Company Limited, based in Soroti, convinced farmers in the area to give them their produce to add value on it but since then the company has failed to pay them their money.
16:55
16:55

UNBS in Crackdown Against Sale of Fuel in Plastic Bottles Ministry of Energy 4 1

It is a common practice along highways and streets in major trading centres and towns of Northern Uganda for people to sell diesel and petrol in plastic containers to motorists in total violation of safety precautions.
16:42
16:42

Two Suspected Bodaboda Thieves Lynched in Mukono 2 1

The suspects who were travelling on a numberless motorcycle were reportedly trailed from Bunamwaya in Kampala and rounded up at Sunshire Fuel Station in Kirangira, Nama sub-county where they had gone to make a fuel refill at around 10 a.m.
11:33
11:33

Gulu College of Health Sciences Suspends New Fees Structures coronavirus 1 1

The Diploma students under government sponsorship were to pay Shillings 1.47 million from Shillings 1.27 million while private sponsored students to pay Shillings 2.5million from Shillings 2.077million.
09:56
09:56

Acholi Leaders Task Gov’t on Cause of Mysterious Nodding Syndrome Kitgum District 2 1

The unexplained ailment has claimed more than 300 children and bedevilled over 3,000 others mostly in Omoro, Pader and Kitgum Districts. Currently, more than 175 children are receiving care for the nodding syndrome in Omoro, another 100 in Kitgum and more than 50 in Pader District. But the exact cause of the condition remains unknown.
08:57
08:57

Kumam Community Prepares for Election of Cultural Leader 1

According to Charles Ebayu Ocen, the chairperson of Kumam Cultural Heritage, the Kumam elders started seeking recognition in 1989 under the leadership of Mzee Joseph Ekemu, the former Kaberamaido County Member of Parliament who also served as Attorney General between 1997/1998 before his arrest over the allegations of corruption.
16:06
16:06

Father Pins Police for Allegedly Battering Son While in Custody 1

Ojok was detained on Wednesday 19th after his in-laws charged him with kidnap under Omoro CRB 237/2021. He had gone to his in-laws’ home to convince his wife Christine Aciro to return to his home after she ran away following a misunderstanding between them.
15:45
15:45

Districts Run out of COVID-19 Vaccine Amidst Overwhelming Demand 6 1 Top story

Some of the districts that have since reported stock out of covid-19 vaccine include the Northern Ugandan districts of Kitgum and Lira, Tororo, Masaka, Hoima, and Mbale among others.
14:56
14:56

Staff Shortage Hindering COVID-19 Fight in Elegu Ministry of Health 3 1

Robert Onekalit, the In-charge of the facility says the eight-member team is facing an uphill task serving a population of 3,000 to 5,000 people especially long distance cargo drivers and travers every day.
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