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08:41
08:41

Pupil Commits Suicide Uganda Police force

Phiona Nabirye, one of the family members narrated how they had breakfast with the deceased. "She expressed no signs of agony whatsoever, but to our shock, we found her hanging with a bed-sheet tied around her neck," noted Nabirye.
18:47
18:47

Oil Pipeline Affected Residents Protest Valuation Process protests 2 6

Total Uganda contracted NEWPLAN Limited to carry out the mapping and valuation exercise. It rolled out operations around April 2018.
13:36
13:36

Police Probes Suspected Suicide in Kabowa

Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police Spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire said Kizito’s body was hanging on a cargo brown-belt fixed through a ceiling hole. He was dressed in khaki shorts, a white vest and a black pair of stockings.
16:10
16:10

UGX 18bn Needed for Operationalisation of Kitalya Prison investigation 1 4

The facility, whose construction commenced in July 2016 by Ambitious Construction Company Limited at a price of18.3 billion shillings, now requires a similar amount to procure furniture as well as facilities for staff to manage and run the prison.
20:04
20:04

Fresh Tensions Mount over Disputed Land in Kyengera 1 2

The Commission heard that the dispute involving two families headed by widows has become a security threat to area residents. The tension followed the commencement of construction works on the disputed piece of land, hardly two weeks after the destruction of crops planted earlier on three acres.
16:55
16:55

Algeria Declared Malaria-Free By World Health Organisation mauritius

The certification by the World Health Organisation is granted when a country proves beyond a reasonable doubt, that it has interrupted the chain of indigenous transmission of the disease for at least 3 consecutive years. Records indicate that Algeria last reported its last case of indigenous malaria in 2013.
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.
19:01
19:01

Cabinet Approves Amendments to 5 Property Management Laws

The laws are Administrator General's Act, Succession Act,1906 and Estates (Small Estates) (Special Provisions) Act,1972. The Estates of Missing Persons Act, 1973 and the Probate Resealing Act,1936 will also be amended.
18:11
18:11

Mak Law Student Goes Missing Makerere University 2 1

Tadeo Nyakoojo, Mukisa’s roommate in Lumumba Hall, said he last saw Mukisa last week on Friday. He says when he returned from the library that evening, he thought Mukisa had also gone to read.
22:05
22:05

Witnesses Accuse Uganda Land Commission of Fraud in Namboole Land Acquisition 4 1

Former Kira Municipality Mayor Mamerito Mugerwa told the Commission that those who were in charge of the land acquisition process were not transparent in their dealings with bonafide land owners in Namboole area. He said officials from Uganda Land Commission and the Ministry of Land wanted residents to surrender their land titles without compensation.
20:53
20:53

Mao Blasts FDC As IPOD Summit Begins 3 1

Like in the first summit, FDC has participated at council level but refused to attend the summit. Mao said at the opening of the IPOD summit on Monday Evening at Protea hotel in Entebbe that those snubbing.
18:33
18:33

Lawyers Question Legality of Newly Formed Arbitration Centre ICAMEK 2 1

The centre was officially registered by the Uganda Law Society together and Uganda Bankers Association, as a private sector Led institution dedicated to advancing Alternative Dispute Resolution in Uganda and across East Africa. It was officially launched by Justice Minister General Kahinda Otafiire last month.
15:35
15:35

Nabweru State Attorney Granted Bail 1

He was granted cash bail of 1 million shillings while his four sureties were each granted a non-cash bond of 20 million shillings. They are; Betty Abenakyo, Esther Mbidde, Jessy Mugero and Christopher Mugero.
07:35
07:35

Child Marriages in Rakai Blamed on Cultural Practices, Poverty 2 1

The 2018 report by World Vision Office in Rakai district about girl-child rights indicate that a total of 403 children were reported to have been defiled in Rakai district and majority had entered into marriage and got pregnant when they were still below age. According to the report, the school dropout rate in the area stands at 47 percent and the trend is even worse with the number of girls completing secondary school levels.
16:44
16:44

Three Children Killed in Dokolo As House Collapses Uganda Police Force

The deceased are Tracy Anti, 9, Eric Okello, 5, and Pauline Atim, 2, all residents of Kagera village, Dokolo Sub County in Dokolo district.
14:13
14:13

Mak Staff Accuse Former Council Chairperson for Breach of Trust MAKERERE UNIVERSITY 2 6

The staff were angered by the unfair ruling the University Council’s Appointments Board Committee that suspended the MUASA leader Dr Deus Kamunyu Muhwezi for six months on half pay.
13:59
13:59

Fresh Land Violence Displaces Kassanda Residents 1 2

The violence broke out when residents as residents went looking for food from their abandoned crop fields. They say they were attacked by security guards attached to a sugarcane estate belonging to the Alam Group of Companies and Hussein Kavuma, the National Resistance Movement Chairperson of Kiganda Sub county. During the scuffle, the residents grabbed and confiscated two belonging to the security guards attached to the sugarcane Estate.
16:15
16:15

Court Consolidates Lusanja Land Suits medard kiconco 3 1

In the suit, Kiconco demanded that court should declare that the land in question belongs to him and the occupants are on the land illegally and should be evicted.
12:43
12:43

Employers More Satisfied With Employees With Disabilities - Report 3 1

Local governments showed the highest satisfaction with employees with disabilities at 90 per cent while the private sector satisfaction stands at 77 per cent, according to Dr Patrick Ojok, the Lead Consultant in the Baseline Survey.
07:13
07:13

Justice Tabaro to Head Mak Staff Appeals Tribunal people 2

Justice Tabaro will serve for the next four years and replaces George Omunyokol whose term of ended in March.
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