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14:46
14:46

Kasese Leaders Ask for Vigilante Groups, Basic Military Training Local leaders 4

Nyakiyumbu Sub-county chairperson Sunday Peter Kakule says that the idea of having local vigilantes would work best for them due to the several porous border points that the suspected rebels have taken advantage of to attack local communities in Kasese.
14:43
14:43

Kaabong Residents Decry Limited Access to Social Services Kaabong district 1

The communities in the sub-counties of Kalapata, Sidok, and Kakamar lack access to essential services such as health services, education, and roads among others.
16:49
16:49

Karamoja, Teso Leaders Embark on Cattle Branding to Avert Exaggeration local leaders 5 1

Napak District Chairperson John Paul Kodet says that they resolved to brand all the animals because the communities had taken advantage to exaggerate the number of animals raided so that they could gain more extra cows if recovered.
16:46
16:46

Security Forces Defend Arrest of Reformed Cattle Rustlers in Karamoja local leaders 2 1

Brig Gen Joseph Balikudembe, the UPDF 3rd Division Commander said that some suspects who pretend to surrender guns peacefully have got a big following of raiders and setting them free becomes a mockery to the security forces. He says that several raiders who surrendered guns to the security forces have been re-arrested with more guns despite possessing amnesty certificates.
15:11
15:11

Piles of Reading Materials Eaten by Termites in Gulu lockdown 3 1

The materials which include textbooks and the home-based learning materials meant to be distributed to learners from primary one to primary four respectively were uncovered during an ongoing cleanup exercise which started on Wednesday, in preparation for the much anticipated reopening of schools.
12:37
12:37

Hoima Residents Complain Over Poor State of Roads local leaders 3 4

According to residents, the leaders should be blamed for the poor state of the roads because they are too slow to respond to their concerns.
16:45
16:45

Teenage Parents Worry Bunyoro Leaders local leaders 3

According to local authorities, there is a steady rise in the number of teenage fathers especially on Lake Albert shores, Hoima and Masindi municipalities and Buliisa and Kagadi town councils.
12:57
12:57

Hoima Teenage Sex Workers Worries Bunyoro Leaders local leaders 5

The commercial sex workers aged 14-18 years operate at Wanseko, Butiaba, Bugoigo, Kijangi, Kaiso, Ndaiga, Rwantale, Buseruka, Nkondo, Kiryatete, and Kahoora in the districts of Buliisa, Kikuube, Hoima and Kagadi. They charge between 10,000 to 15,000 shillings per night.
09:59
09:59

Absence of Street Lights Irks Ibanda Traders local leaders 1

The complaints come at the backdrop of the procurement of 10 solar-powered street poles, which were erected in isolated places considered major dark spots in the municipality. But the criteria meant that major roads like Ibanda main street, Jubilee Bufunda and Mpira streets were left in total darkness.
18:56
18:56

Revived Baraza Meetings Excite Kabarole Residents local leaders 2

Every Monday, the residents converge at the sub county headquarters and put local leaders and public servants to task over the funds they receive and failure to implement government programmes in key areas of education, health, roads and works, agriculture, and water and sanitation.
12:25
12:25

Isingiro Leaders Protest Partial Quarantine local leaders 2

Donozio Kibanda, the Birere Sub county LC V councilor, accuses the Veterinary Department of making the pronouncement without any scientific proof. He says the department should be in position to present communication from the Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Ministries on the quarantine.
11:27
11:27

Residents Demand Involvement In Supervisory Role to Avoid Shoddy Works substandard works 1

Richard Kalya, a resident of Karugutu town council, says five poorly built boreholes were recently handed over to the district after completion. Kalya explains that the contractors do shoddy work because they know nobody will question its quality, which has contributed to wastage of resources in the district.
17:00
17:00

Local Government SMS Platform Fails to Deliver local leaders 3

The SMS platform, launched in 2014 by Kyenjojo Integrated Initiative and Kyaka Association for CBOs, was designed to enable citizens in Kyenjojo and Kyegegwa districts relate with their elected leaders through communication.
18:24
18:24

Kenyan Pastoralists flee Their Homes updf

Samuel Ayeni, a victim of the fresh cross border rustling says his son- Lotingilio was shot and injured by the Karimojong rustlers of recent in a raid.
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