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09:00
09:00

Three Arrested with Ivory Worth UGX 30Million 2

According to Onyango, the suspects have been charged with unlawful possession of protected species contrary to Section 36 (1) and 71 (1) (b) of the Uganda Wildlife Act, 2019.
16:11
16:11

Eight Women Stranded in Usafi Park After Giving Birth During Lockdown 3 2 Top story

Stella Nakanwagi, who gave birth to a bouncing baby girl three days ago, was selling onions in Owino Market but used up her capital in the first week of the lockdown and decided to move to Usafi Taxi Park from Wandegeya after failing to pay her rent.
15:40
15:40

Minor Fires Guts Hut in Kasubi Royal Tombs 1 1 Top story

The site hosting the Royal Tombs is the major spiritual centre for the Baganda where traditional and cultural practices have been preserved. It is the most active religious place in the kingdom, where important rituals related to Buganda culture are frequently performed.
14:52
14:52

More Than 2000 Passengers Spend Night in Taxi, Bus Parks 5 2

Moses Kisambira, a laborer on a farm in Wakiso district, said he arrived in the park on Thursday to travel back home because the lockdown found his boss in the village and he no can longer pay him.
17:27
17:27

Security Deploying in Taxi Parks to Protect Stranded Passengers 2 1

Patrick Onyango, the Kampala metropolitan police spokesperson, said security team had already prepared to protect the stranded passengers so that they are not attacked by crooks in evening and night hours.
16:05
16:05

60 Taxis Impounded in Kampala Over Lack of Route Charts 3 1

Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Patrick Onyango said some taxis had been impounded but he could not confirm the actual number. He, however, said impounded taxis had been parked at various police stations in Kampala metropolitan.
17:59
17:59

Ugandan Security Teams Have Killed Six People in COVID-19 Operations 2 3

The victims were shot by soldiers of the Uganda People’s Defence Forces –UPDF, Uganda Police Force –UPF and Local Defence Units –LDUs who were enforcing orders intended to curb the spread of the contagious diseases.
14:18
14:18

Police Halts Trial of Officers Accused of Mismanaging Murder Case 1

Three officers Joseph Kamukama, the Officer in Charge –OC Wakiso Police Station and Patrick Mugume, OC for Kisimbiri Police Post and Police Constable Isaac Kabosi, were supposed to appear in Police Court but their trial has since been halted.
16:37
16:37

500 Bodies Unclaimed from KCCA Mortuary Annually 3 1

The police usually have five pathologists conducting postmortems on more than 15 bodies brought into the KCCA mortuary, every day. Last year alone, Dr Byaruhanga said they conducted autopsies on 4,152 human bodies at KCCA mortuary which translates to each pathologist examining 75 to 90 bodies every month.
10:07
10:07

Police Operations Director AIGP Asuman Mugenyi Quits 1

Police force’s director of Operations Services Assistant Inspector General of Police – AIGP Asuman Mugenyi, has officially quit the institution he has served for over 32 years.
17:50
17:50

Police Cautions Public on Hiring Private Security Guards Uganda Police 1

Fred Enanga the Uganda Police spokesperson told Uganda Radio Network-URN that it is a common practice for the public to employ any security guard they get without first establishing who they are and where they hail from.
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15:10

Police Still Holding 690 Impounded Motorcycles as Investigations Continue 1 1

Although president Museveni pardoned riders whose motorcycles were impounded for defying his directives in the fight against COVID19, Kampala metropolitan police is still holding more than 690 impounded motorcycles for more investigations.
11:28
11:28

Uganda’s Trade in East African Region Has Increased to 21 Percent 1

State Minister for EAC Affairs, Julius Wandera Maganda, says Uganda’s growth in the region trade was majorly dominated by agricultural products such as coffee, maize, rice and cotton followed by manufactured goods.
10:59
10:59

Stickers for 'Essential Workers' Still Valid - Police Fred Enanga 3 1

Fred Enanga the spokes person of police while addressing the journalists at Media Center on weekly inter Agency Joint task force Media briefing said, they are receiving many calls as police of people seeking for clarification whether the stickers that were given to essential workers are still helpful.
16:26
16:26

Security Registers 70 Attacks by Civilians Against Law Enforcement Officers 1 Top story

Maj. Nkwasibwe was assaulted by a group of residents he found flouting the curfew at Gala trading center in Kyankwanzi district on Wednesday night.
14:24
14:24

Portuguese National Presents ‘Buy’ Agreement After Marrying Off 16-Year-Old Girl 1 1 Top story

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says Almeida presented a signed agreement bearing signatures of the teenager’s parents, Yoram Betamu and his wife, Josephine Twongirwe, both residents of Najjera.
12:55
12:55

12 Arrested for Assaulting UPDF Officer in Kyankwanzi District 1

Uganda People's Defence Forces and Uganda Police Force have arrested 12 people over assaulting a Major implementing curfew rules.
22:55
22:55

Seeta Traffic Police Officer was Knocked by Judge 2

Closed Circuit Television –CCTV footage released by police and a picture taken by an onlooker on Sunday evening showed occupants in the Rav4 guarded by a police officer in a Khaki police uniform driving off the scene as Ayesigye appeared almost dead on the ground.
15:38
15:38

Police Warns on Using Essential Workers’ Stickers, RDC Letters During Curfew 1 1

Senior Superintendent of Police –SSP Norman Musinga, also Kampala metropolitan traffic police commander, said police wont spare vehicles with essential stickers including those with letters of RDC because they usefulness has already expired.
15:35
15:35

Three Arrested Over Death of Woman in Matugga Shrine 2 1

The Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigire has identified the deceased as 36-year-old Noeline Nansamba. She died in a shrine belonging to Shaban Kayiza, a witchdoctor in Matugga.
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