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Hundreds Claim Motorcycles from Police Stations After Presidential Pardon lockdown 1 3

The motorcycles had initially been restricted from operating beyond 2 p.m. However, President Yoweri Museveni extended their operation time to 5 pm and granted amnesty to all persons whose motorcycles were impounded for operating beyond 2 pm.
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Police Officer, 21 Others Arrested for Defying Presidential Directives

Isah Semwogerere the Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson explains that the suspects were arrested walking at night from local bars while others were found drinking alcohol from bars.
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Nakaseke District Struggles To Pool Vehicles For COVID-19 Fight government vehicles 2 1

Ignatius Koomu Kiwanuka the LC 5 Chairman of Nakaseke district says that the others cars were faulty and there was no money to repair them.
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12:54

Traders in Kasese Defy Directive to Close Non-Food Businesses cyclists 6 1

Museveni ordered that only shops selling food, veterinary supplies, agricultural stuff, pharmaceuticals and detergents should remain open.
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Ban on Roadside Food Vending Leaves Mukono Residents Starving Lockdown 1 6 Top story

Joseph Maganda, a porter at construction sites is one of those who have been depending on roadside food vendors for his meals.
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Kasese School Heads Welcome Directive to Close Schools Corona virus 6 3 Top story

Augustine Muserero, the head teacher Kasese Secondary school applauded the directive regardless of its implication to the academic calendar. Kasese Secondary school is expected to dismiss students today.
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