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14:07
14:07

Strong Winds Displace 300 in Nakasongola homeless 4 1

The most affected villages are Munami , Mayinja and Gendera villages among others located along shoreline of Lake Kyoga
12:01
12:01

Hailstorm Destroys Gardens and Property in Kabarole Rwenzori Region 3 1

In other parts of the district, strong rains in the past three days, have also affected feeder roads that are now covered with mud, galleys and stagnant water.
16:11
16:11

Five Drown in Lake Kwania sub county

Samuel Abedi, the Amolatar District Police Commander, says they have so far recovered the bodies of Carlos Ogwal, 6, Michelle Akello, 3 and their mother, Lillian Ayugi, 32 years. He says they are still searching for the bodies of two other accident victims.
18:12
18:12

Police Rescues 16 People Trapped on Islands strong winds 1

He also says a police helicopter was dispatched to locate 16 people who were also trapped on three tiny islands between Kayunga and Nakasongola district because of the rising water levels and strong winds.
07:14
07:14

Seven Drown In Lake Kyoga in Two Months operation 1 2

Nsamba says they have also appealed to the Fisheries Protection Unit to resume their operations on the Lake and fight the practice of fishermen gazetting certain spots on the lake, which is fueling clashes.
11:48
11:48

Four Fishermen Drown in Lake Victoria police 1 Top story

The Kalangala District Police Commander, Richard Musisi has confirmed the death of the four people. He also discloses that the Marine Police in Nkose managed to save other people whose boat capsized on Lake Victoria.
12:42
12:42

Students, Teacher Injured As Storm Blows Off School Roof strong winds

Ten students and a classroom teacher at Albert, a private Secondary School in Hoima town have been injured following a storm that blew off part of the school roof.
10:04
10:04

Winds Blow Off Health Centre Roof Leaving 200 Patients Stranded health crisis

The roof of Kibiito health center IV in Kibiito town council Kabarole district has been blown off by the strong winds leaving hundreds of patients stranded. The centre receives 200 patients daily.
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