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COVID-19 Economic Shocks Will Push 4.1M Ugandans into Poverty by 2040, EPRC European Union (EU) 2 1

Dr. Linda Nakato from EPRC’s Macro Economics Department, says that their assessment shows that the proportion of the population living below the national poverty line grew from 8.5million people in 2019 to a 9.6million in 2021 as a result of the pandemic.
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Heavy Security Deployment Scares City Residents military 1 1

According to Zziwa, he isnt scared of police because he is used to seeing them, but he is scared of the military.
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Court Acquits Muslim Clerics of Murder, Convicts Six for Terrorism muslims wrangles 3 1 Top story

In their judgment, the three justices acquitted all the accused of murder charges, saying the prosecution evidence doesnt irresistibly prove their involvement.
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Two Minors Drown in Pond namutumba

Isiko Nabongho, a resident of the area, says he saw the bodies of the minors floating when he went to graze his cattle near the pond. He suspects that the minor could have slipped and drowned in the pond following a heavy down pour.
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Hepatitis B Patients Ask Government to Prioritise Treatment arvs 1

Ponsiano Ocama, an academic Herpetologist, says instead of Hepatitis B patients consuming antiretroviral drugs, they should be given 300mg of Tenofovir. On the open market 30 tablets of Tenofovir cost between Shillings 30,000 and 40,000. This treatment is taken for life.
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Mbarara City FC in Massive Clean Up Campaign azam premier league 5 1

Bonny Tashobya, a fan of Mbarara City FC and Speaker Mbarara Municipal Council, says they decided to clean the town because they want their club to play in a clean environment.
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16:55

Queen Elizabeth to Recognise Three Young Ugandans

The three young Ugandans will join winners from across the Commonwealth in the UK for a programme of inspiring meetings, networking opportunities and bespoke training and mentoring, all designed to help them to develop as leaders and work with ever greater impact to transform peoples lives.
11:53
11:53

State Fails to Send Kanyamunyu Brothers to High Court matthew kanyamunyu

State prosecutor, Rachael Nabwire told Nakawa court that investigations were still ongoing when the matter came up for mention. She asked court for another date to help prosecution tie loose ends.
11:38
11:38

Gov't Asked to Fast-track Registration of Artisanal Miners gold 1 2

Don Bwesingye Binyina, the executive director African Centre for Energy and Mineral Policy- ACEMP, says the country is losing a lot of revenue from gold mining due to lack of proper statistics.
07:38
07:38

Mumbere's Palace, Admin Offices Remain a No-Go-Area

Enock Muhindo, the Speaker of the Obusinga House of Representatives, told URN recently that they decided to open new offices to allow them run kingdom activities.
07:22
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Families Starve as Food Shortage Hits Isingiro District 1

The most affected parishes are Nyakarambi, Bugongi, Karubeizi and Rubira. The crisis has driven food prices up. The smallest bunch of banana that used to go for 2000 Shillings now costs 13,000 Shillings.
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Court Sets Hearing Of Criminal Defamation Case Against Lyantonde Journalist 1

Bashir Lukamwa, the Defense lawyer told Tadeo Muinda, the Lyantonde Grade one Magistrate that he had not been availed the necessary documents pertaining to the case.
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Vandalism of Boreholes on the Rise in Kabarole 2

Bruce Musinguzi, a member of a water user committee in Bukuku Sub County says that they lack funds to carry out their supervisory roles because most residents have a poor attitude towards them. He says the committees should be given bicycles to ease their work.
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11:38

Police Recover Decomposing Body of Rider

Mohamed Kitakule, a resident of the area says they heard someone raise alarm at around 1.30 am three days back but ignored it. I thought it was a sound of these drunkards who normally move late in the night he said. This is the second body being recovered from the rice scheme within a period of two weeks.
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Oulanyah's Rival Feared Abducted jacob oulanyah 3 Top story

Toolits son Steven Odong says his father was abducted by three gunmen from his home in Pece division in Gulu Municipality. According to Odongo, unidentified men knocked on the door of their home at around 3am pretending to be in need of help from his father.
09:56
09:56

EC Suspends Kawempe Parish II LC 3 Councilor Polls

David Kusasira, a polling assistant at Mpererwe primary school polling station told URN, that no new date has been set for the fresh election. Greenheart Mugerwe, Assistant Registrar Kawempe Division, says the polls have been put on hold until further notice.
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Kyalya Yet to Vote Due to Delayed Delivery of Materials 2015 1 Top story

Unconfirmed reports indicate that Kyalya has decided to foot to the polling station from her home in Bugembe town council to ascertain what could be going on.
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COWE Scam Victims Commit Suicide fraud 3 1 Top story

Twahir Anteli, the Chairperson of COWE Victims Association, says some of their colleagues decided to take their own lives after losing their savings. He says at least four people have committed suicide since 2006.
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Rwanda War Victims Want Compensation Before Elections 3

The victims of the Rwanda Liberation war in Kabale are demanding for more than two billion shillings in compensation from government for the loss of property. They want their matter addressed by President Yoweri Museveni before the 2016 elections.
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UPC Leaders Consider Sanctions Against Jimmy Akena 2

He says Akena\'s action, which climaxed with a comedy of his swearing in on Wednesday need to be checked.
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