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12:28
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Minister Accuses 2 MPs, RDC of Inciting Women to Strip Naked, Assault Him Minister Onek 2 1

On Wednesday last week, minister Onek traveled to Kikuube to meet the evictees who had gathered at the RDC’s offices but he later changed his decision and only met some district leaders.
11:51
11:51

Parliament So far Fails to Implement Vaccine Card-for-Access Directive Ministry of health 1

On Thursday last week, Among notified Members of Parliament that starting this week, they will be required to present Covid-19 vaccination cards to attend sittings. This would include staff and members of the Parliamentary staff.
19:39
19:39

Kikuube Residents, Leaders Protest Appointment of District Land Board Chairperson District Council 7 2

Led by Francis Twesige Mukoto, the Kabwoya LCIII Chairperson, the residents and some area MPs including Francis Kazini for Buhaguzi County and Stephen Asera Itaza for Buhaguzi East demanded that his appointment be cancelled accusing him of being behind the rampant land grabbing in Kikuube.
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MPs Ssegirinya, Ssewanyana Charged with Murder, Remanded 2 1

They were charged with three counts of murder and attempted murder, offenses they allegedly committed on 23rd August this year, at Ssetaala and Ssenya villages located in Kimanya-Kabonera division in Masaka city.
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Gulu University Stuck With 11 Tons of Mango Pulp researchers 3 3

According to Dr. Okello, following the acquisition of a juice processing truck from Makerere University through a strategic partnership with the Operation Wealth Creation (OWC) and Makerere University's school of food technology, they managed to buy 40 tons of mangoes at Shillings 500 per Kilogram.
15:09
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Yumbe Regional Referral Hospital Hit By Lack of Funds human resources 4 1 Top story

Alfred Yayi, the District Health Officer (DHO) Yumber Alfred Yayi, says that the facility lacks funds to recruit workers and offer services to the community
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Karamoja-based Matany Hospital Gets Nod for Offering Affordable Treatment COVID-19 task force 4 1

The Catholic founded not-for-profit health facility charges 50,000 Shillings for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. It also charges a flat rate of 10,000 Shillings for any ailment and 5,000 Shillings for treating children.
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MPs Grill Private Hospitals for Retaining Dead Bodies, Exorbitant Fees Parliament 7 1 Top story

On Tuesday, the COVID-19 Taskforce of parliament tasked the private health service providers under their umbrella Uganda Healthcare Federation (UHF) to explain the high charges and retention of bodies over unpaid bills.
09:09
09:09

Government Rejects Proposal to Recall Parliament 11th Parliament 4 1

The Government Chief Whip Thomas Tayebwa has said that Governments the position is that Parliament remains closed despite calls by Members to have it open.
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18:46

Opposition MPs Suspicious of Plan to Install Digital Trackers in Vehicles Parliament 4

A section of members of parliament in the opposition have criticized the government’s move to beef up security by installing digital monitors in all vehicles and motorbikes in the country.
15:25
15:25

Opposition MPs Want Parliament Recalled over COVID-19 Interventions cash relief 7 1

The Shadow cabinet has asked the Speaker of Parliament to resume sittings of the plenary so that the emergencies of COVID-19 and interventions towards it can be debated by Parliament.
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Former Health Minister Aceng Warns MPs Against Taking Off Masks In Parliament MPs orientation 3 1

The former Minister of Health Jane Ruth Aceng has warned members of Parliament against removing their masks while speaking on the floor of the house.
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19:28

Kadaga Leaves Behind Legacy of Human Rights, Independent Parliament-MPs 11th Parliament 8 1

Kadaga’s journey at the helm of the legislature came to an end on Monday when she was defeated by her former deputy Jacob Oulanyah. Oulanyah who was fronted by the NRM CEC polled 310 votes while Kadaga who chose to contest as an independent candidate polled 197 votes.
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08:47

No Need to Lift Curfew for Ramadan Period - Minister Obiga Kania COVID-19 2 1

Mario Obiga Kania, the Minister of State for Internal Affairs has said there is no need to lift curfew as Muslims observe the Ramadan period.
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Magufuli Leaves Behind a Mixed Legacy-MPs Tanzania 9 1

Some of the MPs Uganda Radio Network spoke to, say that Magufuli was a patriot who put his country first and was a man of action who developed the economy of Tanzania, while others say he violated human rights and was turning into an authoritarian leader.
16:29
16:29

IGG Asks MPs Exiting Parliament to Declare Wealth 3 1

The Inspectorate of Government (IG) has asked members of Parliament among other leaders who were not re-elected to declare their wealth even as they exit Parliament.
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Parliament to Merge Bills Relating to Death and Inheritance plenary 2 1

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has proposed measures to fast track five bills which he says should have been merged into one.
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11:38

MPs Call for Wider Consultations on Proposed 7-Year Term 2021 elections 4 1

Members of Parliament have called for wider consultations on the proposal to extend the term of Members of Parliament and the Presidency from the current five years to seven years.
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08:32

2021 Elections: More than half of the Parliamentary Candidates Are Independents MPs 6 2 Top story

According to the data, Jinja Division North has the highest number of independents with 12 candidates followed by Samia Bugwe County North with 11 independents and Kigulu County South with 10 Independents. Others are Bbale County, Nakawa West, Kigulu North with 9 independent candidates each.
10:06
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Katumba Promises to Boost Boda Boda, Music Sectors. John Katumba 5 1

Katumba who was addressing a rally near Link bus terminal in Hoima City on Monday evening says if elected his government would reduce motorbike prices from 5 million shillings to 2.5 million shillings for a Bajaj motorcycle.
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