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17:24
17:24

Gunmen Kill 2, Seize 8 Firearms in Raid on UPDF Detach attacks on updf

Fourth Division Spokesperson Lt Hassan Kato confirmed the incident in an interview to URN saying gunshots were exchanged between the LDUs and the attackers who broke into the detach armory.
11:43
11:43

Four months after the crash, Gulu farmers await compensation.

A group of farmers whose crops were destroyed by an aircraft belonging to the army last year, are still waiting for compensation that had been promised by the authorities.
15:38
15:38

Government Health Centers Run Out of Condoms gulu

He says the condom shortage is likely to fuel HIV and sexually transmitted infections in the district amongst sexually active couples who can’t afford to buy condoms from private dispensers.
08:46
08:46

URA Confiscates Gulu Municipal Council Funds roads 2

Beyingana says the council solely relies on unconditional grants from central government to fund development projects because of low local revenue collection.
17:41
17:41

Bishop Warns Locals Against Using Treated Mosquito Nets for Fishing gulu

The Bishop’s warning stems from reports that the residents of Lukome, Bugatira sub-county are using treated mosquito nets that were given to them by the government and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) for fishing. The residents are currently using the mosquito nets for fishing in Unyama, Wang-got and other swamps.
17:29
17:29

Locals Protest Plan to Decommission 377 Water Sources local government 1

Douglas Okello, the LC V councilor Bobi Sub County says that they resolved to close the water points because the IDPs have returned to their homes.
11:37
11:37

Construction of Army Veteran's Hostel Stalls army veterans 1

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni last year gave two hundred million shillings to army veterans in Gulu to construct a hostel.
18:25
18:25

Gulu Grapples With Toxic Medical Waste 1

A health hazard is looming in Gulu as health centres continue dump toxic medical waste in the open.
15:28
15:28

UGX 40M Robbed From Gulu Forex Bureau thugs

One person has been shot dead and 40million shillings robbed from a Gulu Forex Bureau. The incident happened on Friday night when unknown thugs attacked Jetset Forex Bureau which is located close to Standard Chartered Bank in Gulu central business district.
07:34
07:34

Gulu Leaders Urge Army to Use LCs in Disarmament Exercise updf 2

The army last week launched another phase of the disarmament exercise in the northern district of Gulu that it says will be jointly carried out with the police and other security agencies.
23:11
23:11

Expectant Mothers Turned Away From Health Centres Over Lack of Paraffin maternal health 1

Expectant mothers in Gulu district are being turned away by health personnel because of lack of paraffin to light up the labor wards.
16:42
16:42

Hailstorm Leaves Trail of Destruction in Gulu food shortage

A heavy storm on Thursday night, swept through Ongako Sub County in Gulu district, leaving a trail of destruction.
14:39
14:39

Over 100 Register for Eskom Golf Tournament gulu

Over 100 amateur golfers and 13 professionals are to take part in the 5th edition of the source of the Nile Eskom Golf Tournament that starts tomorrow at Jinja Golf club.
07:26
07:26

Gulu Approves Creation of Two New Districts

Gulu District Local Government has approved the creation two new districts in its last full council meeting held on Wednesday.
11:35
11:35

Police Orders Mao to Return to Gulu at Night norbert mao

Norbert Mao has been ordered to return to Gulu at Night and not day
13:06
13:06

Bishop Ochola Critizes Government for Deploying Soldiers to Quell protests bishops

Retired Bishop Attacks Government over Army Deployments to Quell Protests
16:44
16:44

Gulu's Bid for City Status Stalls councillors sacked

10 Councillors were sacked from council on the order of the Local Government Minister. They are seeking for legal interpretation.
16:10
16:10

IDP Returnees Demand Review in Farm Implement Costs crops 1

Several formerly displaced persons in Gulu are bitter that high cost of seeds and farm tools may hinder their expectation to become self reliant by growing their own food after years of relying on handouts in the camps.
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