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22:08
22:08

Salim Uhuru Wins NRM Mayoral Race in Kampala Central NRM primaries 1

He polled 75,546 votes beating his rival Patrick Mugisha who polled 9,162 votes after the final tally.
18:48
18:48

Kampala Woman Abandons 4 children and Home for NUP 3 1

Namaganda who has been married to Dick Twinomujuni, an official in the Ministry of Finance but attached to the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries until last week, told a news conference on Monday afternoon that she fled following orders by her husband to abandon her quest to stand on a National Unity Platform (NUP) ticket.
17:58
17:58

Immunization Dropped 20%, Antenatal Services 16% during Lockdown COVID-19 1

During the lockdown, the health ministry says a 14 percent drop in accessibility of services normally accessed through out patient departments was noted. The number of children accessing immunization services and women going for their first antenatal visit reduced by 20 and 16 percent respectively, with Kwania, Nakasongola, Luwero, Kyankwanzi and Kampala reporting the highest disruptions of health services
17:14
17:14

Presiding Officer Inflates Mbuya NRM Poll Results 1

According to the actual vote count, Geoffrey Totiga garnered 145 votes while his rival Emma Kitosi polled 100 votes. However, when it came to announcing the final results Nanyondo doubled Kitosi’s results making it 200 votes.
17:00
17:00

NRM Primaries Will Cause COVID-19 Explosion in Schools - MP Okabe 2 3

Hon. Okabe says the recent NRM primaries and campaigns which were characterized by large crowds including school-going children with no respect for COVID-19 preventive guidelines is going to lead to a massive spike in infections.
15:19
15:19

COVID-19: Over 90 Children Have Tested Positive-MOH Ministry of health 1

According to the health ministry, majority of the children are contacts to positive cases. It is believed the children were infected at home by people they live with, and now constitute 2% of the cases in the country.
14:29
14:29

Court Questions Rwanda's Honesty in Border Closure Case Nicholas Ntarugera 1 4

Rwanda had last month filed two applications where one is seeking to halt these proceedings until a full bench of the East African Court Judges is constituted due to the alleged complexity of the matter.
11:11
11:11

Is It Still Possible for Schools to Reopen this Academic Year? 5 1 Top story

Uganda’s academic year normally runs from February to November covering 260 days of curricula and co-curricular activities, assessment, and national examinations. Under this arrangement, the system leaves out 104 days for holidays. Around this time, the children would be reporting for the third term of school, which is normally shorter than others.
10:55
10:55

UPDF Deploys Amid Chaos in Kyebando Over Imported Voters 2

Namara's supportes have rejected the idea of following the register, say they won't because the party chairman Yoweri Museveni permitted members not on the register to vote.
10:45
10:45

Ebola Style Burial Bad for COVID-19 Victims - Expert COVID-19 Deaths 2

He said they have borrowed the approach of Ebola hemorrhagic fever which presents differently and is very infectious with a high mortality rate to a respiratory infection whose transmission is known by the majority of the population.
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