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17:12
17:12

Gov't Asks For Time to Explain New Wave Of Abductions 4 1

The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister without Portfolio Rukia Nakadama Isanga said parliament should give the Minister of Security Jim Muhwezi more time to explain the matter.
08:01
08:01

Too Early To Say No To Oil and Gas - Total Energy transition 1

Pouyanné in a statement said with the increased penetration of renewables globally, natural gas keeps a key role in the energy transition to ensure firm power, in addition to pushing out coal in all sectors of final demand.
17:16
17:16

NUP MPs Warned Against Participating in EALA Elections 3 1

Speaking on Tuesday after a meeting of all opposition political parties represented in parliament, Manjeri Kyebakutikka, the deputy opposition chief whip said, the leadership of the party resolved that they will not front a candidate for the election, therefore, its members do not canvass for or support any candidate neither appear at parliament on Thursday.
15:07
15:07

Police Blocks Lukwago's Meeting with Boda Boda Riders 5

The meeting that was scheduled to take place at the City Hall Tuesday could not proceed as planned after security personnel comprised of the police,
19:26
19:26

Experts Explain Why Gen Katumba Banned Using Timber in Constructing Slabs 3

According to the Executive Secretary of the NBRB Flavia Bwire, the now banned Steel-Timber-Concrete composite building method is a patented method by a Ugandan she declined to name, and has been used in the construction of a few storied buildings in Kampala.
13:08
13:08

Uganda Takes EACOP Fight to UN General Assembly 1

Vice President Jesca Alupo who represented President Museveni at the UN General Assembly meeting in New York said that it is hypocritical for countries that are at the centre of polluting the environment to begin preaching to countries which have borne the impact of these environmental violations how to act responsibly.
17:31
17:31

DP to Replace Treasurer over Refusal to Sign Money For Party Activities 3

In a letter dated September 15, Kabanda said she was unable to sign for the release of the money because the processes through which such authorization is arrived at are not followed.
08:37
08:37

Makerere Starts Consultations on Guild Constitution Review 1 1

This comes at a time when a group of students led by the former Makerere University Guild President Shamim Nambassa has already filed a lawsuit in the High Court contesting the ongoing constitutional review process.
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.
08:06
08:06

Netherlands Institute Withdraws from IPOD Until NUP, FDC Join 1 Top story

In a statement published on the NIMD website on Wednesday evening and confirmed by its Country Director Frank Rusa, the Institute noted that as a key partner of Ugandan political parties, it is ready to continue supporting the process toward a new Memorandum of Understanding for IPOD and would only consider continuing to host the secretariat if IPOD is fully inclusive.
17:09
17:09

Bobi Wine Welcomes EU Resolution On Uganda’s Oil Project 3 1

Kyagulanyi concurred with the EU legislators echoing the gross human rights abuses and environmental abuses being involved in the project.
09:03
09:03

Lira City Village Chairpersons Get Gov't Bicycles 10-Years After Presidential Pledge Lira City Council 3

235 bicycles have been distributed to LCIs and another 49 to the LCII chairpersons in Lira City.
08:24
08:24

Bughendera County Leaders, Residents Renew Demand for District 6 1

Bughendera is a mountainous area predominately occupied by the Bakonzo. It is comprised of Kasitu, Ngamba, Ntoroto, Harugale, Ndugutu, Bukonjo, and Sidira sub-counties.
18:28
18:28

NUP Diaspora Activism Threatens Dutch Funding to IPOD 6 1

Alex Waiswa Mufumbiro, the NUP Deputy Spokesperson, says that IPOD has been a hoax to Ugandans for its entire existence, starting out as a dialogue platform but turning into a platform of self-satisfaction.
15:06
15:06

United States Disappointed After South Sudan Government Extend Transitional Period

Speaking at the United Nations Security today, Richard Mills, the United States Deputy Representative to the United Nations said South Sudanese leaders have failed to deliver on their promises ever since the revitalized peace agreement was signed in 2018.
07:21
07:21

Prof. Kagonyera Decries NRM Intolerance 1 Top story

Speaking at the launch of a book written about Romegio Kataratambi, a famous entrepreneur and politician from Kigezi at Sheraton Hotel Kampala on Sunday, Kagonyera, the immediate former chancellor of Makerere University, who also served in different ministerial positions, said NRM leaders must understand that it’s impossible for people to agree on one thing.
12:43
12:43

Computer Misuse Law, a threat to Freedom of Expression and Media -Activists, Lawyers 3

Nyanzi says that this amendment if assented to by the president should be challenged in courts of law by anyone including media practitioners who care about freedom of expression and media freedoms.
12:49
12:49

Moroto Municipality Seeks UGX 5B to Build Offices 2 1

Vicent Okurut, the Moroto municipal town clerk told URN that they are facing a crisis of office space and they are engaging the council to start lobbying funds for the construction of their own offices. Okurut says limited office space has affected their day-to-day duties and people who come to seek services.
07:14
07:14

Sheikh Musa Khalil Swears to Bring Unity Among Muslims in Lango 4 1

Addressing journalists shortly after holding his first meeting with the Lango Muslim leaders at Idd Amin Mosque, Sheikh promised to strive for peace in Lango and Northern Region as a whole despite the challenges, which come with leading a disgruntled group.
15:07
15:07

Minister Directs Entebbe Taxis to Return to Usafi, Kisenyi Parks 4 1

The directive comes after taxi operators in Usafi Park petitioned the Minister challenging the continued operations of Entebbe Road stages in the old taxi park and other illegal stages which have affected the turn up of passengers in Usafi Park.
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