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08:45
08:45

COVID-19 Vaccination Cards on Sale in Lira 4 1

While addressing the COVID-19 task force meeting on Thursday, Kareiga informed the team that the circulation of fake vaccination cards has been recorded at Lira Regional Referral Hospital. He however did not disclose the number of people involved in the unscrupulous deal for fear of jeopardizing investigations.
16:21
16:21

Kibaale Registers 6,000 Teenage Pregancies in One Year Education 2

Statistics from the district health, education, probation and social welfare departments show that from July 2020 to August 2021 6,440 girls aged between 15 and 19 years are reported pregnant in the district.
14:19
14:19

31 Arrested Partying in Kitgum Municipality

The suspects who include nine women and 22 men were picked from Corner pub in Central division, Kitgum Municipality on Thursday night.
17:16
17:16

Health Official Tells Off Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Victims @MinofHealthUG 2 1 Top story

“You thought your money can do everything. Now you are in it. Is it water? Is it urine? Is it stolen vaccine? It is you and the thief who knows. So you answer that question.” “And if you got this kind of vaccine in ungazzeted places, we would encourage you to work with the police to give more information. Because this practice is unacceptable .it is hurts public health and it should stop.”
10:29
10:29

Kibaale Man Commits Suicide After Testing Positive for COVID-19 Patient 2

A family member told Uganda Radio Network on condition of anonymity that Ahaisibwe has improved and wondered why he could have decided to end his life.
14:23
14:23

Police Explains Presence of Many Private Cars on the Road curfew 1

On the many private vehicles on the road in several parts of Kampala despite the announcement of the new lockdown measures, Oweyesigire says there is no car that is left to go without the driver explaining themselves
12:56
12:56

Hoima Teachers Released on Police Bond Pupils 1

The six were caught red-handed by police conducting lessons in disregard of the presidential directive closing all schools for 42 days as part of the measures to contain the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
14:44
14:44

85 Bikes Impounded, 20 Motorists Arrested for Flouting COVID-19 Guidelines in Bunyoro Suspects 1 1

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine region Police spokesperson told Uganda Radio Network on Monday that some of the motorists were arrested while trying to sneak with passengers to other districts especially during the night hours, while others were found operating beyond 9pm.
10:57
10:57

Five Teachers in Hoima Arrested for Conducting Lessons Pupils 1

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police spokesperson identifies the arrested teachers as Ronald Naizito, Leonard Kyaligonza, Juliet Ndibalekesa, Cissy Namkabirwa, Akio Ntibankane and Fred Mukasa.
14:20
14:20

97 Arrested for Flouting Curfew in Lira City SOPs 4

Lawrence Egole, the Lira Resident City Commissioner has advised bar operators against opening their businesses, saying they will be apprehended for violating SOPs.
16:45
16:45

SPC Shoots Student Dead for Violating Curfew Hours night patrols 2 Top story

According to preliminary information, police found the deceased partying together with others at Kanyipe trading center on the orders of the village chairperson, Simon Okolong. The chairperson allegedly ordered his residents to drink and dance overnight at will.
13:45
13:45

MP Ssewanyana Released on Police Bond, 31 Suspects Still Held by Police COVID 19 guidelines 2 1

The National Unity Platform -NUP candidate for Makindye West parliamentary seat, Allan Aloysius Ssewanyana was in police custody, two days, for staging a procession contrary to the COVID19 preventive guidelines and has been released this morning on police bond.
07:55
07:55

24 Arrested in Kumi Video Halls Kumi Municipality 1 1

According to the Kumi District Police Commander, Charles Mugisa, the video operators were warned several times to adhere to the Presidential guidelines of no gatherings but they instead paid a deaf ear.
05:17
05:17

Security Restricts Movement of Persons with Homes Across Borders in Rakai 1 3

Mubiru, also the Chairperson of the District Security Committee explains that their assessments have established that some of the COVID-19 cases registered in their area were among people sneaking into Tanzania on non-business engagements, including those meeting their spouses across the border.
11:20
11:20

25 Taxi Touts Arrested for Defying Presidential Directives 1 2

The 25 touts were arrested in an operation on Wednesday conducted by police around Mbarara Taxis/Bus Park and along High Street.
13:36
13:36

Police Impounds Eight Vehicles Coming from Border Districts Impounded Vehicles 2 2

He says the passengers and the owners of the motor vehicles impounded were charged and left to go on police bond but their motor vehicles will stay parked in the police yard of Central Police Station Mbarara.
11:06
11:06

Police Impounds 350 Vehicles During Curfew in Luweero night curfew 4 1

The roadblocks were mounted at Dawson Petrol Station, Kasana Luweero Diocese, Kasana roadside market and Kiwoko-Luweero road in Luweero town council.
17:20
17:20

Police Impounds 100 Cars During Curfew in Mbarara 100 Impounded 1 3

The impounded vehicles were kept throughout the night at all saint’s church compound together with their occupants.
16:58
16:58

Police Stops Meeting by Second-Hand Cloths Dealers Godfrey Kayongo 1 4

Geoffrey Kasita, the Defense Secretary St. Balikuddembe market, said they should be allowed to resume work because they are ready to comply with the Covid19 preventive guidelines.
08:21
08:21

Covid19 Lockdown: Famous Pork Joints Operate Behind Closed Doors 2 3

Our reporters visited Nicodemus Pork joint in Nakulabye and found its operating normally. One of the waiters informed them they could offer them pork on top of their favorite drinks and beckoned them to enter quickly before they could be spotted by security.
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