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12:34
12:34

Bwera, Mpondwe Put Under Total Lockdown As Residents Defy Presidential Directives lock down 4 3

Bwera Division Police Commander, Sadat Sabila says the purpose of the temporary total lockdown was to secure the lives of the local communities.
15:01
15:01

Workers Slowly Abandoning Urban Life for Villages as Lockdown Bites employees 3 2

Joseph Kato working at private construction company in Ishaka municipality Bushenyi District says he decided to return to his home in Hima, Kasese District because he was not sure of getting food that would sustaining him throughout the lock-down.
07:27
07:27

COVID19: Ten Arrested From Bars in Kamwenge corona virus 3

Geoffrey Mucunguzi, the Kamwenge and Kitagwenda Resident District Commissioner warned bar operators especially in rural areas against defying the presidential directive.
12:54
12:54

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

Museveni ordered that only shops selling food, veterinary supplies, agricultural stuff, pharmaceuticals and detergents should remain open.
19:14
19:14

Police Disperse Vendors in Kasese's Mawa Market traders 3

The traders who usually travel from various parts of the District were repealed by police led by the Kasese District Police Commander Dickens Okello following the president’s directive banning public gatherings as one of the preventive measures against corona virus.
07:26
07:26

32 Company Employees Detained Briefly for Defying COVID-19 Guidelines Corona Virus 2

The 32 employees led by Peter Mbaasa were found holed up at Campus Bar and Lodges along Fort portal-Ibanda Mbarara road in Kamwenge town.
11:31
11:31

Kasese School Heads Welcome Directive to Close Schools Corona virus 3 6 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.
14:46
14:46

Pader Leaders Seek Court Interpretation over Aswa Ranch Ownership 2 1

Godfrey Largo Oringa, the Pader LCV Chairperson argues that the concerned petitioners decided to drag the government to court without their consent and involvement which signifies a sinister motive.
15:46
15:46

40 Netted in Impromptu Police Operation in Masaka motorcycle riders 5 1

Lameck Kigozi, the Greater Masaka Deputy Region Police Commander, says some of those picked up were found with hooded jackets in violation of the ban announced by President, Yoweri Museveni that they are being used by criminals.
18:27
18:27

Museveni's Directive on Taxi,Market Fees Affects Service Delivery in Masaka taxi industry 5

However, leaders in Masaka municipality say that the directive has severely affected their local revenue collections hence affecting services delivery.
13:10
13:10

Museveni Directs IGG to Investigate UWA ED 1 Top story

Museveni also notes that some UWA officials are collaborating with Li Wejin and Yinzhi, both Chinese diplomats to export ivory from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Central African Republic and South Sudan. He also expresses displeasure over the reported theft of 1,300Kgs of impounded Ivory worth Shillings 3 billion from the UWA stores.
07:51
07:51

Prisons to Inject UGX 9 billion in Cotton Growing ministry of trade 1

Frank Baine, the Uganda Prisons Services Spokesperson, says they intend to use Shillings 9 billion for the cotton infrastructural development such as stores, buying machinery, seeds and wards for the inmates who will be involved in cotton growing.
12:39
12:39

KCCA, Vendors Feud Over Nakasero Market Management

Farida Kimuli, the Chairperson Nakasero Market Sitting Tenants Association says they are unhappy with the way KCCA has been handling their concerns on the market management.
16:57
16:57

Museveni Directs Police to Arm Civilians armed civilians 2 1 Top story

Exclusive: The written directive which URN has seen points out employees of institutions like schools, universities, banks, churches, mosques as well as people working in markets and shopping malls as those to be armed.
11:39
11:39

Museveni Asks Church to Preach Against Civil Disobedience 2016 elections 4 1 Top story

The President says religious leaders are duty bound to guide the masses especially the youths, against any form of imported social, cultural deviation which makes them easy targets for opportunists who may use them for selfish gain.
07:34
07:34

Six Suspected Land Grabbers Survive Lynching in Aswa Ranch.

He however, says the men neither identified themselves nor presented any proof showing that they were acting on behalf of the president as they claimed.
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