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18:03
18:03

UN Secretary General Decries Repressive Enforcement of COVID-19 Guidelines Security 1 1

The United Nations (UN) Secretary General Antonio Guterres has said that COVID-19 pandemic has provided a pretext for repressive security responses that curtail civic space and media freedom.
19:44
19:44

Tooro NUP Leaders Demand Release of Kyagulanyi Henry Tumukunde 1

Led by the NUP party Coordinator in Tooro, Innocent Natukunda, the leaders said that the subsequent arrests and shooting of those who were protesting Kyagulanyi’s arrest in several parts of the country were illegal acts.
16:58
16:58

UN Urges Uganda’s Security Forces to Respect Human Rights NUP 1 2

The Office of the Spokesperson for the United Nations (UN) Secretary General has called on security forces in Uganda to act in a manner that respects human rights and the principle of the rule of law.
17:29
17:29

UN, Stanbic Bank Launch Fundraising Drive for SACCOs Stanbic Bank Uganda 3

The UN Capital Development Fund in Uganda offered 1 million dollars to kick-start the fundraising, while Stanbic Bank Uganda has set aside 5 million dollars towards the initiative.
16:37
16:37

Karimojong Eat Expensive Imported Foods As Uganda Farmers Suffer UN 2 2

Currently, the food supplements being distributed to malnourished children and expectant mothers in Karamoja sub region as well as in refugee settlements are imported from Rwanda and Pakistan, and therefore the agency meets high costs; prompting UN Resident Coordinator Rosa Malango to push for locally manufactured supplements.
03:13
03:13

South Sudan Registers First COVID -19 Case resident 1

Unlike other countries, South Sudan took early measures eve before registering the first case. the government declared a curfew from 8:00 p.m. to 06:00 am ad also ordered the closure of all bars, night clubs, and shops, other than those selling food, in addition to encouraging people to observe social distancing rules.
17:58
17:58

Japanese Instructors to Equip UPDF with Engineering Skills Uganda 3 1 Top story

Kameda says Japan has extended aid worth US$ 70 million to different African countries with the aim of purchasing heavy road machinery and offering training skills.
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