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17:40
17:40

Nile Perch Price Drops committee 3 1

A Kilogram of Nile perch now goes for between Shillings 6000 and 7000 from between Shillings 10,000 and 15,000 previously.
19:05
19:05

Power Outages: Wakiso Residents Attempt to Burn Transformer district 1 3

On Thursday afternoon, residents lit bonfires using old vehicle tyres, saying they have repeatedly petitioned power distributors Umeme to repair the faulty transformer in vain. They said the power outage has fueled crime in the area prompting them to demonstrate to express their anger.
18:26
18:26

Residents Protest Take Over of "Punishment Island" demonstrations 1 6 Top story

Patrick Tumwijukye, the Chairperson Uganda Community Tourism Association, accuses Muhereza for hiding behind his tribe to grab the island for his vested interests.
16:30
16:30

8 Arrested in Ntungamo Power Protests umeme

Eight people have been arrested in Ntungamo Municipality as angry residents protested three days of power outage.
15:35
15:35

Pupils, Parents Petition Parliament Over Bridge Schools demonstrations 2 2

The Directorate of Education Standards halted the operations of Bridge International Schools following concerns of legality, quality of infrastructure and teaching methodology, a decision which affects 63 campuses and over 1000 pupils.
14:00
14:00

Five Arrested As Vendors Fight Over Kisekka Market Redevelopment demonstrations 3 2

Shops and other businesses around Kisekka Market, in downtown Kampala were this morning forced to close their operations after two factions of market vendors nearly started a riot. The fight broke out after a group tried to uproot a signpost by the Nakivubo Road-Old Kampala Kisekka Market Vendors Limited. The signpost announces the redevelopment of the market.
13:30
13:30

Police Deployed Ahead of DP Rally in Mityana demonstrations 2

Heavily-armed anti-riot police have been deployed in Mityana town as news filters through that Democratic Party President Norbert Mao intends to hold a massive rally in the area this afternoon.
12:46
12:46

Masaka Shops Remain Closed Ahead of Demo Against Besigye Arrest fdc demonstrations 2

Business in Masaka town is a standstill as tense traders await the outcome of a planned demonstration against the arrest of Dr. Kizza Besigye and teargassing of Kampala Mayor Erias Lukwago.
11:14
11:14

Teargas in Mbale as Police Clash with Demonstrators soroti-mbale road

Police has fired teargas to break up a demonstration in Mbale town after local residents took to the streets to protest the poor state of Mbale-Soroti road.
13:20
13:20

Activists Arrested At Parliament Over Confiscated T-Shirts demonstrations 1

Activist Barbra Allimadi and 11 others have been arrested by Police in front of Parliament this Wednesday morning.
13:30
13:30

Central North Police Chief Dropped police brutality

Central North Regional Police Commander Raymond Otim has been removed and sent back to the police headquarters in Kampala.
14:22
14:22

Police Blocks Demonstration at Mulago Hospital demonstrations 1

A planned demonstration by the Uganda Consumer Protection Awareness Association demanding for the right to access basic health services at Mulago referral hospital was on Wednesday morning blocked by police.
11:40
11:40

Lira Police Miss Awards Over Brutality demonstrations

The recent police actions to use live bullets, beatings and brutal arrests while attempting to block peaceful demonstrations by electricity consumers in Lira are beginning to haunt the force.
17:35
17:35

Mbarara Opposition To Take UMEME Demo To Kigezi load shedding

After failing to stage a demonstration over load shedding, opposition leaders in Mbarara town have decided to mobilize residents from the neighboring districts to join them in their campaign.
09:47
09:47

Police Patrol Mbarara Streets Ahead Of Planned Demo load shedding

Anti-riot police have deployed heavily in Mbarara town ahead of a planned opposition demonstration over load shedding.
22:06
22:06

Opposition MPs Order Government to Arrest Arinaitwe Bwana demonstrations

a late evening story from parliament which i put up to be used in the morning
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