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04:44
04:44

Museveni in Coronavirus Scare after Getting Sore Throat, Hoarse Voice 2

Museveni said the biggest challenge in the next five-year term is to fight the coronavirus that has put the whole world on tenterhooks. He called on Ugandans to borrow a leaf from him in-case they get any symptoms of the coronavirus to call the doctors from the government health facilities other than going to clinics.
14:33
14:33

Museveni Nominated as NRM Chairperson, Presidential Candidate dr. tanga odoi 4

Dr. Tanga Odoi, the NRM Electoral Commission Chairperson, said so far is there is no challenger for Museveni as none of his rivals have returned nomination forms for both offices.
23:50
23:50

Museveni Vows to Crush Protestors as Salons, Arcades Reopen 1

Speaking at Nakasero State Lodge on Tuesday night, Museveni said the salons and arcades that have been given green light to reopen, must follow the Standard Operating Procedures [SOPs] among them not selling in corridors, steps or verandahs, having temperature guns, enforcing social distancing and hand washing.
07:49
07:49

Museveni Concerned About Increasing Cases of Non-Communicable Diseases 2

Speaking at State House Entebbe on Friday to mark the World Population day, Museveni urged all leaders to strengthen community mobilization using local radio stations to educate the masses about these dangerous but preventable diseases.
15:51
15:51

Museveni Commends Denmark for Supporting Uganda’s Agriculture 2

Denmark is supporting local farmers with cheap loans through their ABI Trust Bank at a 10 per cent interest rate according to Agriculture Minister Vincent Bamulangaki Ssempijja. Danish Ambassador to Uganda, Nicolaij Petersen said that they have so far invested USD 15 million in the agricultural sector to be borrowed by farmers through the ABI Trust Bank at a low-interest rate.
15:55
15:55

African Scientists Should Develop Drugs that Benefit their People - Museveni 2

President Yoweri Museveni has called upon African scientists to learn how to take care of themselves by developing their own drugs saying Europeans have neglected diseases affecting Africans since such diseases like Malaria are no longer prevalent in their countries.
23:02
23:02

Government Rescinds Decision to Reopen Schools Lockdown lifting 2 Top story

Speaking today at Nakasero, State Lodge, President Yoweri Museveni said that when he allowed candidates in Primary Seven, Senior Four, Senior Six and finalists in tertiary institutions to resume school, there had been no proper assessment of the risk that the reopening posed.
22:49
22:49

Museveni to Muslims; God is Everywhere; Pray from Home

"Allah’s boundless blessings will find you in your homes. The bible says that God is everywhere meaning he is in all places, even in your homes, he is there," he said.
22:41
22:41

Gov’t Orders Mandatory Wearing of Facemasks as More Businesses are Allowed to Reopen COVID-19 Response

The businesses so far allowed to open are hardware shops, mechanic workshops and garages, metal and wood workshops, insurance companies, 30 lawyers to handle urgent matters, restaurants [but only allowed to do takeaways] and warehouses.
15:00
15:00

Museveni Pleads With Employers Not to Lay Off Workers

Museveni said unlike other people, he’s optimistic that the economy is going to rebound although it has been affected in some sectors like tourism.
22:09
22:09

Museveni Threatens to Import Food

“I heard that also there was some games of some suppliers trying to hoard so that the price goes up. I don’t like selfish people, if I hear there is no enough maize and beans in the market, then I will import. Too bad for you because you are crooks, you want to take advantage of the people. Sorry we are going to import and those things of yours will rot in your stores,” Museveni said.
21:51
21:51

The Comical Side of President Museveni’s Speech 4

If President Museveni was not a politician, probably he would have been a comedian. And like he’s giving opponents run for their money in politics, probably Mariach, Pablo, Mendo, Salvador among other comedians would be struggling to catch up with the man from Rwakitura.
17:06
17:06

Museveni Acknowledges Unusual Easter, Implores Ugandans to Stay at Home Easter celebrations

“This year’s observance of Easter comes at a time when the world faces the COVID-19 challenge. I am aware that people are not going to celebrate Easter in the usual way. This has been occasioned by this pandemic. I wish to thank all Ugandans for responding well and listening to the guidelines which we enumerated,” he said in a letter to Ugandans on Saturday.
16:58
16:58

Bicycle Mechanics Cash in on Suspension of Public Transport 4 2

Frank Ssesaazi, is one of the few mechanics who wakeup very early to get onto the closed streets of Masaka where he arranges his toolkits to begin the day’s work.
13:33
13:33

When Countries Declare a Lock-down to Fight COVID-19

A statement issued by the Prime Minister, Edouard Ngirente on Saturday banned all unnecessary movements outside home unless absolutely important like for medical supplies or shopping for food.
16:55
16:55

Muslims Adhere to President's Directives 4 4

Away from Kampala, mosques in Kira municipality and Kasangati town council too obliged to the directive.
18:16
18:16

Museveni Calls for Equitable Use of River Nile 2

In a joint statement issued by State House Entebbe after a one day visit, Museveni said that he recognized the strategic importance of River Nile for all the Riparian Countries and the livelihood of their peoples and the need to solve any issues among the countries within the framework of African solutions to African Problems.
13:15
13:15

Muslims in Northern Uganda Struggle to Raise Funds for Inauguration of Khadi sheikh mubajje 2 1

However with just one week left to the occasion, the Organising Committee has raised ten million shillings out of the required 57 million shillings.
17:28
17:28

Bobi Wine, Zaake Receive Heroic Welcome in Hoima Democratic Change 1 2 Top story

Hundreds of people welcomed the duo in a procession at Butema trading center about 5km from Hoima town on Monday afternoon. The procession paralysed traffic for close to an Hour on Coronation road when a team of security officers comprising of UPDF soldiers and Anti-riot police blocked Bobi’s convoy from entering the town center.
16:03
16:03

Rwanda-Uganda Stalemate: No Sign of Border Opening, Despite Agreement Signing money changer 7 2 Top story

Jack Tukesiga, a money changer at Katuna border, says they are happy that the two leaders had finally accepted to resolve their differences and signed an agreement. He says their prayer is to see the border open for business to resume.
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