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13:24
13:24

How Former ICT Director Fell Out With Mak Adminstration strike 1

Eng. Frank Kitumba was evicted by a team from the University Estates, Works Directorate, security guards and police officers in what his lawyers described the eviction as unfortunate and contempt of the law.
18:25
18:25

LC Chairpersons to be Involved in Compulsory Land Acquisition Process village 3 1

While addressing stakeholders from Busoga and Bukedi in Jinja district, Musumba argues that, unlike the status quo where implementing agencies deal directly with the project affected persons (PAPs), local leaders mainly village chairpersons and parish chiefs will be at the frontline in the compensation process because they have information regarding the residents.
16:12
16:12

Museveni Turns Down Youth Leaders Demands for UGX 3.4bn Jinja 4 1

The over 342 youth leaders from different districts who had converged at Dams’ Water Stadium in Jinja on Wednesday asked Museveni to give them 10 million Shillings each to foot their lodge expenses and also reward them for their efforts in supporting the NRM government.
07:48
07:48

African Govt’s Urged to Stimulate Skills Education Jinja 1 2

Statistics by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), demonstrate that significant transformations are still required to make education systems more inclusive and accessible. It shows that only 10 per cent of people has completed upper secondary education in low-income countries, 40 per cent of the global population is not taught in a language they speak or fully understand and over 75 per cent of secondary school age refugees are out of school.
13:26
13:26

ADF Rebel Group Still A Threat to Uganda security 1 3

Nsobya says that Uganda is threatened by ADF remnants both within the country and abroad who are regrouping and plotting to launch violent attacks on unsuspecting civilians. Nsobya has said this during a sensitization meeting on the dangers of terrorism held at the Iganga district headquarters on Friday.
11:22
11:22

Former State Research Bureau Director Rejected Gratuity Over Negative Publicity village 3 1 Top story

According to Itabuka, the media has labeled the Idi Amin government as a military regime and attributed several atrocities to all officers who served under the regime.
22:26
22:26

Bugweri Councillors Protest Canceled Interim Elections court 1 4

The elections were canceled on Thursday by Jinja High Court following a petition filed by Yoweri Musasizi and Steven Balya. 
16:08
16:08

Majanji Sub-County Hit by Water Scarcity Environmen 4

Ninah Nafula, another resident, says even the functional boreholes have salty water, which makes it unfit for drinking and domestic use.
14:11
14:11

Parents Oppose Proposed Introduction of Pupil's Name Tags government 5 1

Recently, Luweero District Head Teachers’ Association passed a resolution requiring all primary school to acquire identification tags bearing their passport photos, names, parent’s names and place of residence.
07:45
07:45

Hundreds Displaced Over Teso-Karamoja Border Dispute headquarters 5 1 Top story

Moses Elungat, a resident of Ongongonja Sub County has asked government to come to their rescue by providing them with drugs, mosquito nets and education services for their children since the Karamojong who claim the contested land have evicted them.
15:50
15:50

Heavy Rains Destroy Crop Gardens in Bududa government

Sam Kamoti, a resident of Bukalasi A village in Bukalasi Sub County, said they are back from they started from. “We are back to where we started four months ago. We are left with nothing now” he said.
14:24
14:24

IG Breaks Ground for UGX 69bn Headquarters government 4 2 Top story

Speaking at the ground breaking ceremony on plots 71-75 Yusuf Lule Road and Plots 24-26 Clement Hill, Kampala this morning, Rose N. Kafeero, the Permanent Secretary of the IG, said the 15 storied building will cost them Shillings 69Billion.
18:54
18:54

Suspected Grenade Attack Scares Residents government 1 2 Top story

The blast is said to have occurred around 1:30am this morning in the home of Bernard Mukoye throwing residents in fear of attack by robbers.
12:22
12:22

Leaders Upbeat as MV Sigulu Launches onto L. Victoria Jinja 1 4

The Uganda National Roads Authority is finalizing works on MV Sigulu, the largest ferry in Uganda so far, which will connect Namayingo district to the islands of Sigulu and Dolwe. The ferry constructed by a Danish Johs Gram Hanssen –JGH Marine has a capacity to carry 300 passengers, and close to 20 vehicles. It can move at a speed of 14 kilometres per hour.
11:16
11:16

Wakiso District Leaders Decry Poor Funding to Roads Sector kampala city 9

The district received an allocation of 4.4 billion Shillings towards the construction of roads. But according to the district Engineer Samuel Mwesigwa, the allocation is a drop in the iceberg considering the poor state of roads in the district and the number of kilometres than need to be improved and upgraded.
18:45
18:45

CSOs Demand Environmental Conservation in Albertine Region oil companies 5

According to the CSOs, oil companies operating in the region have not done much in conserving the environment yet their activities are a danger to the environment.
11:38
11:38

PWDs Seek Active Involvement in Oil and Gas Sector government

Currently, the government and oil companies are implementing several Infrastructure and environmental social Impact studies in preparation for the first barrel of oil expected by 2022. Part of the ongoing works includes the construction of an airport in Buseruka, studies on the East African Crude Export Pipeline, construction of the oil refinery and development of oil roads.
13:10
13:10

EC Bans Fundraising in Nebbi District By-Elections government 2

Justice Simon Byabakama Mugenyi, the EC chairman, says no candidate will be allowed to organize any activity aimed at soliciting money from potential voters as it is tantamount to bribery contrary to Section 147(1) of the Local Government Act.
14:50
14:50

Poor Transport Worries Namayingo Teachers government 2

Teachers of different schools in the area argue that the poor working conditions have discouraged them from executing their duties. They want the government to either improvise boats to transport teachers and pupils within the islands or construct teachers’ quarters.
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We’re Waiting for Money to Complete Mak Indoor Stadium–UPDF accusation 3 1 Top story

Brig Eng. Timothy Sabiiti Mutebile, the head of UPDF Engineering brigade, says they will resume work once they received funding from the university.
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