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07:37
07:37

UPDF Devising Means of Desilting Lake Victoria, Nile River body 1 1 Top story

George Musinguzi, the UPDF Spokesperson in Busoga sub region, says they have teamed up with experts from the National Environment Management Authority and National Fisheries Resources Research institute-NAFIRRI to ensure that their operations are nondestructive to aquatic life.
07:26
07:26

New Budhagali Oracle to Inherit Predecessor’s Wife child 1

According to traditionalists, the heir to the ‘throne’ is required to take full custody and control of his predecessor’s wife and children and cater for their wellbeing.
15:48
15:48

Budhagali’s Burial Site To Become an Attraction program 2 1

Kulanama adds that Budhagali will be buried at his home in Budhagali village, Jinja district where a mini library with selected historical texts shall be set up to promote both local and international tourism of their traditional faith.
14:53
14:53

UPDF Officer's Body Recovered deceased 1

Ouma's body was cited on Friday by fishermen and was retrieved from the river by the army.
12:55
12:55

Nankabirwa Weed Devastates Kaliro, Buyende Fishing Communities people 3 1

The weed was first seen on Uganda's water bodies in 2013, according to data at the National Fisheries Resources Research Institute and has since spread to cover parts of Lake Kyoga and Albert. According to water and fisheries experts, the giant Salvinia Molesta is worse than the water hyacinth.
18:12
18:12

Police Recovers Body Parts of Crocodile Attack Victim uganda

Nanduro was eight months pregnant when she was attacked by the crocodile while fetching water from the shores of Lake Victoria. Alfred Olila, the Officer in Charge of Dolwe police station, says they have managed to recover some parts following a week long search.
12:40
12:40

Town Council Chairperson, Residents Oppose Gerenge Beach Construction road 1 3 Top story

The Katabi Town Council Chairperson, Ronald Gavins Kalema, says all developments that are in a 200-meter buffer zone must have environmental impact assessments from the National Environment Management Authority NEMA, which most developers dont have.
18:45
18:45

Kikondo Residents Fail to Use Latrines team 3 1

There are more than five pit latrines on the landing site, which residents dont use. They prefer dumping human waste and garbage on the lake shores, a thing that exposes them to diseases like cholera.
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