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16:31
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Security Hands Over SPLA Soldier Intercepted In Lamwo 2

The solder identified as James Onyango, a Lance Corporal attached to SPLA’s Lion Battalion was arrested on 19 March 28, 2019 armed with an AK47 gun Reg: No. Bm-9640 with 59 rounds and two empty magazines.
12:09
12:09

Kyambogo Strike: Canister Shatters Student's Hand 1 Top story

Kansiime sustained serious damage on his right hand when he tried to pick up the canister and haul it back at police officers during a violent student’s protest this morning.
20:08
20:08

Ronald Ssebulime Was Innocently Murdered-Police Uganda Police Force 1 1

On Wednesday, Fred Enanga, the Police spokesperson apologized and withdrew the police’s earlier statement which indicated that Ssebulime was shot dead for allegedly planning to assassinate Nantaba.
16:27
16:27

Gender Ministry Clears 31 Children’s Homes Dwelling Places 1 3

The ministry closed up to 150 homes in a four-month exercise that began in September 2018. The exercise was as a result of a Cabinet decision that called for the closure of all illegal homes on grounds that some of them were used to traffic children out of the country.
13:26
13:26

Lamwo Police Investigates Death of Construction Worker 1

The deceased was identified as Ivan Ahimbisibwe, 24. Ahimbisibwe was part of the workers constructing UNHCR offices in Palabek Kal Sub County, Lamwo district.
13:27
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19 Arrested During Entebbe Taxi Operators Protests Updf 1 2

The arrests were made during early morning protests by the taxi operators, disputing an injunction on the election of their leaders. The operators staged roadblocks in Kitooro, Katabi, Abayita Ababiri, and Broadway, Kawuku and Namulanda paralyzing business and transport along the road.
07:48
07:48

Refugee Conditions Deteriorate as Donors Cut Lifesaving Aid 1

The Norwegian Refugee Council is now calling on donor countries to take more responsibility for the 1.2 million refugees living in Uganda, a poverty-stricken nation, shouldering a responsibility on persons escaping violence and bloodshed in countries across the region. Uganda is hosting refugees from South Sudan, DR Congo, Burundi, Somalia, Rwanda, Eritrea, Sudan and Ethiopia.
20:11
20:11

IGAD Leaders Urged to Tolerate Criticism refugee crisis 4 1

The Minister for Relief, Disaster Preparedness and Refugees Hillary Onek says that a number of regional leaders have become intolerant to criticism and divergent views, a key reason why their countries are riddled with conflicts.
16:04
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Appointments Board Reinstates Suspended Mak Association Leaders bennet magara 1 Top story

The duo through their lawyer, lawyer, Isaac Ssemakadde asked for temporary relief including lifting their suspensions pending the hearing and determination of their matter on March 31st.
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Security Intercepts SPLA Soldier in Lamwo Lamwo district 2 1 Top story

UPDF soldiers attached to Bana Bana military detach in Madiopei sub-county in Lamwo district intercepted Lance Corporal, James Onyango on Saturday last week.
14:37
14:37

Kotido’s Napumpum Police Station Closed over Poor Facilities Uganda Police force 1 1

The station did not have working space for officers and was operating without police cells. Suspects held by the police were instead detained in a nearby market stall. Female, male and juvenile suspects were all muddled in one stall, prompting an uproar from the suspects, residents, and human rights activists.
10:48
10:48

Kotido Leaders Seek Restricted Movement of Labour Amid Hunger Crisis hunger in karamoja 2 1

Lawrence Ongwara, the District Community Development Officer of Kotido says that many girls have ended up with unwanted pregnancies and HIV as they struggle to make ends meet in different places.
22:30
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Nabagereka Implores Women to Vie for Leadership Positions buganda kingdom 4 1

Nabagereka Naginda, who presided over the Buganda Kingdom Women’s Day celebrations held at the Buddu county headquarters in Masaka district on Saturday, observed the need for women to showcase their potentials in the different aspects of life including leadership, such that they are effectively represented in decision making processes.
16:08
16:08

US Embassy Promotes Baseball, Softball in Ugandan Schools district 2 1

The clinics are aimed at sensitizing secondary school students on opportunities available in the sport. The Embassy has contributed uniforms, baseball bats, balls and moemy to facilitate both local and foreign coaches to operate these clinics in the districts of Arua, Jinja and Luwero.
11:52
11:52

Poor State of Kalangala Health Facilities Upsets Locals kalangala district 3 1

A patient Rose Nabawanuka was referred to Kalangala Health Center IV, the only facility in Ssese Islands with a medical surgeon, for a caesarian birth. To get there, She needed a canoe boat, but she had become weak after so many hours in labour, without treatment and care. She had also been hit by the direct sun on the lake after sailing about 38 nautical miles to Mwena Landing Site in Bugala, the main Island in Kalangala district. She died on arrival.
17:31
17:31

Bailed Kaweesi Murder Suspects Fear Re-Arrest Uganda Police Force 6 3 Top story

Justice Mugambe granted the accused bail on grounds that they had overstayed on remand without trial. However, the suspects were returned to Luzira prison to allow time for the completion of their paper work. They are expected to regain their freedom on Friday.
12:40
12:40

Iron Bar Hitmen Kill Hoima Secondary Teacher hit men 1

The iron bar wielding thugs reportedly stormed Kasaija’s home in Duhaga cell in Hoima Municipality around 12am on Wednesday and hit him several times on the head.
17:18
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Court Grants Eight Kaweesi Murder Suspects Bail 1 Top story

Each of the suspects and their sureties executed non cash bond of Shillings 150 million and 250 million respectively. Justice Mugambe also directed the suspects with passports to deposit them with court and report to the Registrars in the High Court circuits near their homes every 19th day of each month.
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Kamya Orders Suspension of 8 KCCA Law Enforcers 1 Top story

On March 8th, 2019, Kamya met over 1000 vendors operating down town Kampala who gave moving testimonies of brutality meted onto them by KCCA law enforcers.
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