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18:14
18:14

Deputy Speaker Oulanya Apologizes on Behalf of Suspended MPs pomb 4 2 Top story

On Tuesday afternoon, Oulanya apologized to the house and unconditionally readmitted the MPs. In his communication to the House, Oulanyah explained that he allowed the MPs to return to the house following a meeting with Nathan Nandala Mafabi, the Leader of the Opposition.
17:58
17:58

FUFA To Decide On Cranes-Rwanda Friendly - Kasule uganda cranes

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) will meet tomorrow to decide if they are to accept a request by the Rwanda football federation for an international friendly.
17:19
17:19

EC Sets Date for Bukanga County MP By-election 1 2

Engineer Badru Kiggundu, the Electoral Commission chairperson says on the same date they will also fill the vacant positions of councilors in the district.
16:53
16:53

Vipers SC Explain Chukuma's sack nigeria

The former League champions, previously known as Bunnamwaya FC are currently seventh on the log having won two games from six games.
15:14
15:14

Opposition MPs Threaten to Boycott Plenary Over Deployment of Unidentified Security Operatives Inside Parliament

Alice Alaso, the FDC secretary general approached the unidentified men and tasked them to identify themselves in vain. Alaso unsuccessfully tried to force the unidentified men to leave parliament.
14:14
14:14

Court Petitioned To Disband ‘Nantaba Committee' On Land rosemary seninde

The petitioner also claims that the Nantaba Committee has caused more havoc than good by orchestrating and okaying destruction of crops and property, killing of animals and violence especially meted out to the land owners, their relatives particularly in the districts of Kayunga, Wakiso and Kampala.
13:47
13:47

Police To Control Private Possession Of Pistols uganda police force 1

Commissioner of Police in charge of Private Security Basil Mugisha says police has stiffened the licensing procedure and can no longer accept the need for protection for carrying a lot of money as a reason to warrant ownership of a pistol.
13:23
13:23

EC Approves Election Of Professional Bodies to KCCA 1 1

Nominations, campaigns and polling will take place on the 15th of November after several other meetings which include Consultative meetings with stakeholders, compilation of Electoral College registers, and display of Electoral College registers among others. These meetings are scheduled to start on October 11th.
12:45
12:45

Local Artisans Complain of Unfair Competition From Cheap Imported Products 1 1

Bila Bbosa, the chairperson Katwe Small Scale Industries Development Association says the problem is hitting them hard.
12:20
12:20

Heavy Deployment at Parliament Ahead of Day's Plenary theodore ssekikubo 3 Top story

Today\'s heavy deployment follows the recent forceful removal of Kyadondo East MP Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda from the Chambers on the orders of the Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulannya and subsequent verbal declarations from both sides.
11:32
11:32

Report Paints Grim Picture on Quality of Education

The report attributes the poor rating in the three categories to absenteeism by pupils and low completion rate at less than 50 percent among others. The report also says Teachers still have the challenges of interpreting the revised primary school curriculum, which makes it hard to make lesson plans.
11:07
11:07

UPDF Takes Firm Control Of National ID Project id project debate

The appointment by Nyakairima is the last straw in the Directorate of Immigration and Citizenship control\'s attempts to shield UPDF from taking control of the national Identity card project.
10:44
10:44

Court Hears Ex NSSF Board Chairman's Case Today court case

Court records indicate that he (Mr Onegi-Obel) allegedly carried out on behalf of NSSF, an illegal private business when he went into a joint venture with Mugoya Estates Ltd and made the Fund pay Shs8b without ensuring financial capability for the investment.
09:47
09:47

Makerere Lecturers Resume Strike lecturers strike

A section of Makerere University lecturers have again laid down tools demanding a review of the salary incentive just a month after the general strike ended. The lecturers in the School of Law want the current salary incentive reviewed and evening allowances reinstated.
05:04
05:04

Uganda Set to Lose As Kenyans Dominate South Sudan Trade ugandans in sudan 3

Katende says Ugandans plight is not helped by the dormant Ugandan embassy in South Sudan. Katende says Kenya takes keen interest in its citizens there, a reason why very few Kenyans are either killed or harassed in South Sudan.
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