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08:12
08:12

Tooro Clan Heads Still Undecided on Suing King Oyo 2

But the petitioners have not yet sued the King as they had put it in the petition. Reverend Willy Kintu Muhanga, the Chairperson of the Clan Leaders who petitioned the King has told Uganda Radio Network that they are currently not certain of when they will go to court to proceed with their earlier decision of suing the King.
06:51
06:51

Clan Leaders Threaten to Boycott King Oyo's Empango 2

According to Rev. Muhanga, the decision by the clan leaders comes after they petitioned the King on September 4 protesting the manner in which Steven Kiyingi was appointed as Prime Minister of the Kingdom, but have since received no response. The petition stated that the council sitting on August 26, 2022 in which the Omukama appointed Kiyingi was not regularly constituted. They say the council lacked a Speaker and a Deputy Speaker since Eng. Julius Mwirumubi, who chaired the council sitting, was never sworn in as the Speaker of the Supreme Council of Tooro, the Orukurato.
19:55
19:55

Mother Loses Three Children in Link Bus Crash, Languishes Without Treatment 1 2

"Later I saw a cloth I had dressed my 2months daughter in, I rushed and picked her up but she was dead, and when I ran to check on the other bodies I noticed that all my children were dead in a pool of blood, that was the last thing I remember only to woke up in the hospital.” - 30-year-old Nansubuga.
11:52
11:52

UPDATE: 20 Killed in Link Bus Accident

The Traffic Police Spokesperson Faridah Nampiima, said that out of the 20, thirteen were adults and seven juveniles. The identities of the dead are yet to be established.
10:42
10:42

Scores Feared Dead in Link Bus Accident 1 Top story

According to eyewitnesses, the Link bus registration number UBA 0035S, which was heading to Kampala from Bundibugyo swayed off the road and overturned several times.
22:28
22:28

Over 30 Students Injured in Fort Portal Accident

The students were returning from a football match at Uganda Technical College Kichwamba.
19:55
19:55

Travellers Stranded in Fort Portal As Taxis Hike Fares 1 4

At Nyakaseke Taxi Park, transport from Fort Portal to Kasese has increased from 10,000 Shillings to 20,000 Shillings, Fort Portal to Rwimi from 5,000 Shillings to 10,000 Shillings while Fort Portal- Kibiito is 6,000 from 3,000 Shillings.
11:55
11:55

KRC Radio Switched Off After Hosting Kabuleta 2

According to a source who preferred anonymity, Kabuleta had been offered free airtime on KRC from 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm to enable him to speak to the people of Tooro Sub-region.
15:34
15:34

Kadaga Convoy Accident Victims Demand UGX 400M Compensation Shamilah Mbabazi 1

According to Hamada Mayanja, the father to Kakwezi and Mbabazi, the Kaliba family, Mitala’s father and the two parliamentary staff met in a closed-door meeting at Mountains of the Moon Hotel in Fort Portal to discuss an out-of-court settlement since the families of the victims were already pursuing the case.
10:28
10:28

Kadaga's Convoy Accident Victim Passes On Shamilah Mbabazi 1 Top story

Mitala who was riding the motorcycle was carrying two sisters; Shamilah Mbabazi and Aminah Kakwezi, both residents of Kiteere in Central Division, sustained head injuries and a sharp object tore apart the flesh on his right thigh.
12:17
12:17

Family Negligence Surges in Bunyangabu, Kabarole 1

The Rwenzori west community liaisons officer Solomon Mugisa has disclosed that at least 30 cases of family neglect are reported to police in one month.
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