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17:50
17:50

Loser of Lwengo Workers Elections Petitions Court 1 1

In a petition filed at Masaka High Court Registry, Ponsiono Balikka Matovu who contested as an independent candidate says the elections conducted on January 27th 2021, were marred with inconsistencies that affected the overall results and the integrity of the process.
10:32
10:32

Church of Uganda Needs UGX 188M to Rehabilitate Bishop's House in Gulu 1 1

Bishop Johnson Gakumba of Northern Uganda disclosed in a recent interview with Uganda Radio Network that the Diocese is hopeful to lobby for funds for the refurbishment of the building.
08:51
08:51

Maracha County MP Oguzu Lee Joins Race For Deputy Speaker 2 3

Oguzu announced his bid on Wednesday evening while addressing members of the West Nile press in Arua city.
17:03
17:03

Reconciliation of Rival NRM Factions in Kyotera Hits Snag After Kasamba’s Death 5 1

Before his death, Kasamba was mediating the different rival NRM factions led by Haruna Kyeyune Kasolo, the MP for Kyotera County and Kyotera NRM Chairman, Patrick Kintu Kisekulo, the Kyotera LCV Chairperson, and Magdalene Nasolo, the Mutukula NRM chairperson.
11:36
11:36

Arua Mayor Wants Rival's Victory Overturned Arua Hight Court. 4

Issa Kato says the electoral commission failed to deliver 33 ballot boxes to the tally center, after they discovered only 256 out of the expected 289 ballot boxes.
09:19
09:19

NRM, FDC Struggle to Endorse Candidates for Gulu City Speakership Race NRM Party 2

Six candidates have expressed interest to contest for the position with three from the NRM and two from Forum for Democratic Change and an Independent candidate.
10:32
10:32

Northern Uganda Bishop Accused of Meddling in Laity Leadership Church of Uganda 1 2 Top story

According to Watum, the Bishop also dragged him before the Church tribunal on allegations of being a cult member. However, the tribunal has never heard the matter six months after.
17:09
17:09

Kyagulanyi Welcomes US Travel Restrictions on Ugandan Officials NUP

“The people of Uganda value their relationship with the global community and appreciate the concern shown by the United States on the deteriorating situation regarding human rights and civil liberties. It is our hope that other nations of the world will follow suit and support our quest for freedom and democracy,” reads the statement in part.
13:03
13:03

Intimidation, Violent Campaign Forced Gulu Voters to Shun January Polls 1 4

The newly elevated Gulu City was among the areas with the lowest voter turn up in the country with only 34,916 people participating in the exercise, out of the 101,401 registered voters from 188 polling stations. This is a drastic decline from the 101,588 voters who participated in the process from the same area in 2016.
09:25
09:25

UPDF Heralds a New Era of Friendship with Media, Journalists Skeptical 4 1 Top story

UPDF Spokesperson Flavia Byekwaso described the initiative as the beginning of a new era. She said more and more activities will be held in, which the two sides will be discussing issues that divide them.
13:24
13:24

Will Nov. 2020 Riot Victims Ever Get Justice? 1 3 Top story

On Monday Nakitto staged a lone protest at the gate of parliament seeking justice for her 15-year-old son, Amos Ssegawa who was killed on November 18th.
19:49
19:49

Its a Goalless Draw for SC Villa, Express FC 1 1

The draw mostly affects the Red Eagles who entered the game in pursuit of three points to bridge the gap between them and the table leaders Vipers SC. However, they remain in third place with 36 points while SC Villa is left outside the top four with 29 points.
15:04
15:04

NRM Spent UGX 3 Billion on Media Space During Campaigns - Dombo 1 1 Top story

In a campaign that was scientific—characterized by smaller crowds, broadcast media was a target for all political actors. Though it’s those with money who could buy space. And given that most radios in Uganda are owned by politicians of the ruling party, opposition parties reported being denied access to media space with no explanation.
14:44
14:44

NRM Says it Paid Medical Bills of Injured Supporters in Election Violence 1 2

Emmanuel Dombo, the party Director of Communication told Uganda Radio Network that supporters received support in form of transporting them to better medical facilities from upcountry and payment of bills.
20:10
20:10

Unfair Funding to Political Parties Killing Democratic Process - Opposition 6

The parties say the government usually allocates more money to the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM even where the law states that all parties eligible should get an equal share. In the last elections, the government released 15 billion Shillings which, according to the opposition was supposed to be shared equally between the parties represented in parliament. The NRM took more than half of it.
07:47
07:47

Muyingo Distances Self From Petition Challenging His Rival’s Victory 1

Last week, Christopher Matabi, a voter at Kiteme Church of Uganda Polling Station in Bamunanika county and resident of Nnalongo in Bamunanika Sub-County petitioned the High Court in Kampala, seeking the nullification of Ssekitooleko’s victory.
10:56
10:56

Abductions Have Taught us to Shut Up - Kyotera Citizens 3 1

From misery and desperation of searching for missing loved ones to ululations of having them back, the community has learnt one lesson: keep your mouth shut on politics. That is the response Uganda Radio Network got from interviews conducted.
09:49
09:49

Elected Councillor Fails to Raise School Fees, Blames Parent for Shelving Him Mpatta Sub county 2 3

Amos Wambede 19, a senior five student at St. Balikuddembe SS Kisoga says that after securing victory in the recently concluded elections, where he contested as an independent candidate, his father Moses Madanda said he had now matured enough to take care of his needs.
16:52
16:52

Hooded for 73 Days, Kyotera Abductees Return Tightlipped 1 3

Consumed by fear and trauma of what they went through, almost all of them were unwilling to freely tell people and journalists who flocked to their homes on Tuesday morning to stare at them and listen to their stories.
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16:39

Bulucheke Student Leaders to Reclaim Their Power From Teachers 2 1

Last month the previous student leaders handed over power to the teachers after they lacked incoming leaders to hand over to.
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