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09:46
09:46

Junior Civil Servants Reluctant to Report Corruption Cases 1 3

During the interaction, several junior civil servants conveyed their dilemma to the IGG, emphasizing their dependence on tokens or minor favors from their superiors to complement their meager incomes.
10:01
10:01

30-Year Legacy in Ruins: Lungujja Progressive School Falls Victim to Loan-Property Sale Scandal state attorney 1 Top story

Founded by Sarah Nabuuma Nyanzi, the school commenced its journey with merely two pupils in a modest boys' quarter of her Lungujja residence in 1995. With determination, Nyanzi painstakingly built the school brick by brick.
13:10
13:10

Bubaale Primary School Headteacher Arrested for Issuing False PLE Exam Results 1

Information obtained from UNEB spokesperson Jennifer Kalule revealed that during the hearing, it was discovered that the school administrators provided incorrect self-drafted results on testimonials forms.
12:07
12:07

Old Kampala SS Headmaster, Two Others Arrested in Connection to Examination Malpractice

Luke Owoyesigyire, the Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson confirmed the arrest without delving into specific details and directed our reporter to UNEB for more information but asked for time to gather more information.
13:26
13:26

Nine Arrested, Others On the Run for Selling Fake UNEB Papers 1 6

Fred Enanga, the Police Spokesperson, said that police and other security agencies are pursuing other individuals all of whom have been identified.
20:30
20:30

Headteachers, Four Others Remanded for Unlawful Possession of Exam Materials 1

The court heard that the accused, along with other individuals who remain at large, were found in possession of information purported to be related to the contents of the 2023 Primary Leaving Examination question papers for English, Science, SST, and Mathematics.
15:12
15:12

Catholic Church Urges Gov't to Curb Gun Violence 4 1 Top story

Speaking during the commemoration of Martyrs Day at the Namugongo shrines, the bishop specifically addressed the issue of gun violence and urged the government to implement stricter measures regarding firearm possession, both within the security forces and among private individuals.
11:46
11:46

Joint Security Operatives Apprehend Suspected Terrorists in Nabweru 6 4 Top story

According to the UPDF first division spokesperson, Major Charles Kabona, security forces were investigating a suspected terrorist cell. They received intelligence that a group of criminal elements was using an unfinished bungalow house located 200 meters from Kukye Nabweru (Nabweru-Nansana Road) as their hideout to plan a bomb attack in the metropolitan area.
17:17
17:17

Minister’s Driver Directed to Report to Police after Damaging Student's Suitcase 1 3

The directive follows public outcry about the driver of a government vehicle registration UG-0915Z which reportedly damaged a child's suitcase at Buddo Secondary School over the weekend. One of the parents who witnessed the incident used social media to appeal for help to the student, and mounted a search for the driver.
15:11
15:11

6 Member Committee to Probe Fatal Makerere Elections Campaigns

The committee which will among other things conduct a comprehensive review of Makerere University students’ guild constitution, will present its interim report within one month to the council.
17:34
17:34

Gov't to Launch Operations on Cattle Theft 1 4

The National Chairperson of Luwero bush war veterans, Hajji Edirisa Ssedunga, said that there has been an increase in cases of livestock theft in Wakiso, Nakasongola, Luwero, Nakaseke, Kiboga, Kyankwanzi, Mubende, and Gomba.
16:43
16:43

American Pastor Guilty, Faces 30 Years for Sexually Assaulting a Ugandan Girl

Eric Tuininga, a former missionary, is facing a jail term of up to 30 years having pleaded guilty for sexually assaulting a Ugandan girl who was under the care of his church, a U.S.-based Orthodox Presbyterian church based in Mbale district.
12:40
12:40

Bodies of Suicide Bombers in Three Separate Terror Attacks Remain Unclaimed 1 1

Two of the said bodies, or body parts for that matter, belong to the suicide attackers that blew themselves back in 2010 at Kyadondo rugby grounds and Ethiopian village. The two bodies remain unclaimed and unidentified up to now.
18:28
18:28

Students Protest Ban On Carrying Bags in Universities 6 1

Some of the universities that issued the directive include Makerere University Business School-MUBS, Ndejje University, and Mbarara University.
19:13
19:13

Deceased Victims of Kampala Bomb Explosions Identified 4 1

The victims have been identified as Eng. Christopher Sande, George Katana and a Police Constable Amos Kungu.
15:56
15:56

Panic as Police Respond to Bomb Alert Near Lugoba Outpost 2 1 Top story

"The bag has been there since 10.00 am. We wondered who could have left an expensive bag of that nature in such a place for that long. At 1:00 pm we alerted the OC our Police post," Kizito noted.
13:10
13:10

Kampala Bomb Blasts: Police Pathologist Yet to Receive Remains of Sixth body 2 2 Top story

The Police Lead Pathologist and Director of Health Services in the Police Force, Dr. Moses Byaruhanga, said that they received four full bodies and body parts of an unidentified male.
20:53
20:53

How Mulago Hospital Responded to the Kampala Blasts 2 Top story

"We did not know what had happened. We just saw the ambulance bring a police officer who had wounds on the leg and arm. Then we saw more ambulances arriving with police officers. We thought it was an accident until one of the ambulances drivers told us they were bomb blast victims,” she said.
17:16
17:16

MUBS Bans Bags at Campus After Kampala Twin Explosion

In a circular released hours after the morning twin explosion in Kampala, the officer in charge of the MUBS Police Station noted that bags have been declared a serious security threat to students and non-students during 'these harsh periods'.
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