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10:49
10:49

Kasubi Junction Construction Takes Shape, Stirs Excitement 5 3

The junction was meant to be constructed as part of the Bakuli-Nakulabye-Kasubi Road works implemented under the World Bank funded Second Kampala Institutional Infrastructure Development Project (KIIDP2) but because there were vendors operating a roadside market there, road works at that section were halted.
17:27
17:27

Opposition MPs Tipped on Performance, Debate 1 4

The advice was given by former legislator, Prof. Dan Wandera Ogalo, a managing partner of Victoria Advocates and Legal Consultants, during the Opposition MPs Induction on how legislators can use parliamentary tools as aids for excellence.
15:50
15:50

Oulanyah Asks Ugandans to Pray for the Sick, and Not Declare them Dead Parliament 1 3

Oulanyah last presided over Parliament at the reading of the 2021/2022 financial year Budget at Kololo Independence Grounds shortly after his election as Speaker of Parliament. But his absence from the public triggered speculation about his heath, with media reports indicating that he had tested positive for COVID-19.
20:42
20:42

Human Rights Commission in Financial Crisis 3

The commission, which is mandated with promoting human rights in the country, lacks funds to conduct investigations into human rights violations, carry out education on human rights and conduct staff training.
13:14
13:14

Dismissed Lubowa Hospital Project Coordinator Loses Case Against PS Atwine

In his judgement, Justice Musa Ssekaana dismissed Dr Tumwesigye’s application saying that Dr Atwine acted within her mandate, authority and power as the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health to terminate the contract.
17:32
17:32

Prime Minister Orders Investigation Into Relief Items 1 3

The Premier on Tuesday rejected an assortment of relief items meant for flood victims in Kasese district due to poor quality. The items included 1,000 mosquito nets, 100 floor mops presented as blankets, 100 mats, 20,000 kilograms of beans, 40,000 kilograms of maize flour, 2,000 kilograms of sugar, 1,35o jerricans, 2,000 tarpaulin, 1,000 basins and 100 cartons of laundry soap.
15:39
15:39

IPOD Drafting New MoU for Political Parties 4 1

The 2017 MoU was scheduled to end in 2020 but was extended to complete the six months term of office of the National Resistance Movement- NRM which expired last month, June.
14:24
14:24

MoH Dismisses Calls for PS Atwine's Resignation 2 3

Addressing journalists at the 'People's Government' offices along Katonga Road on Thursday morning, Annet Namata commonly known as Nalongo Mwafrika, one of the activists, said that Atwine must also resign for exposing medical personnel to the virus when the Ministry failed to avail them Personal Protective Equipment yet it was available in National Medical Stores.
16:26
16:26

NRM Courts Independent MPs to Support Gov't Legislative Agenda 1 3

The ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party is currently courting Independent legislators with a view of gaining their support for government’s legislative agenda in the Eleventh Parliament.
15:13
15:13

NUP Condemns Police Ban on Distribution of Food Relief Robert Kyagulanyi 2 1

On Monday police spokesman Fred Enanga said the distribution is likely to lead to the spread of the corona virus. He advised all people distributing food to stop and take the food to the district COVID-19 task force coordinators for proper distribution.
13:17
13:17

Prince Nakibinge Calls for Dialogue On Proposed Land Regulations 1 2

Nakibinge while delivering his Eid- Aduha message to the Muslim community at his Palace in Kibuli said that the new amendment will not help to solve the pending land problems in the country, but will cause more problems.
11:46
11:46

Mufti Mubaje Criticizes Gov’t Covid Relief Cash 1 5 Top story

The Mufti advised the government to procure food and deliver it to the households like it was done in last year’s lockdown.
07:34
07:34

Minister Hilary Onek Seeks to Become Leader of Acholi MPs Parliament 1 4

According to Olanya, the expression of interests ends on Tuesday, and only members who have expressed interest will be considered. He says they do not expect members to use party lines in deciding on the chairperson but look at the interest of members.This is after reports that some contestants for the sit had already started mobilizing members based on party lines, starting to cause division.
14:27
14:27

Pray for Protection of Our Land, Kabaka Asks Muslims Mailo Land 1 Top story

“We appeal to all believers participating in this animal sacrifice to do it with a purpose of beseeching God to save us, have mercy on us, and continue blocking all paths and voices targeting our properties, especially ownership of land in a move to undermine and create hatred for Buganda in various ways” Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II.
06:47
06:47

KCCA Workers Dump Tons of Waste, Soil in Drainage Channels 1 2

"There is a lot of dust and silt on the road. You cannot lift it to the collection points, which are close to half a kilometer away. What we do is to remove the garbage. For the dust, you either sweep it directly into the channel or collect it at several points and pour it into the drain somewhere close," she said.
13:07
13:07

Vendors Dealing in Food Items Decry Low Sales 4 1

Edith Nanteza, a vendor at Nakasero Market says that she has registered low sales since last month because most of their customers are being stopped from accessing the city by security personnel.
00:29
00:29

NRM Caucus Elects James Kakooza for EALA

Legislators under the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party have elected former Kabula County MP, James Kakooza to represent Uganda in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA).
12:20
12:20

From Thuggery to Cleaning the Streets: The Story of a Ghetto Youth 5

Kalanda was raised by a single mother after losing his father during infancy. He says that his mother worked small jobs selling food items in the market and vending on the streets to fend for her family but couldn't raise much.
18:20
18:20

Opposition Leaders Demand Special Covid-19 Budget for Kampala Covid relief funds 1 6

Addressing a joint press conference on Friday at Parliament, the KCCA Lord Mayor Lukwago said that despite Kampala being severely hit by covid-19, there is no special budget allocated to manage the situation.
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