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17:16
17:16

Masaka Fares More Than Double as Traffic from Kampala is Diverted via New Road 1 1

Allan Ssempebwa, the UNRA the Deputy Spokesperson says the diversion is intended to allow their technical teams enough space to carry out emergency repairs without inconveniences from motorists.
12:35
12:35

Traffic Paralysis as Kampala-Masaka Highway Collapses in Lwera 2 2

Hundreds of motorists and travelers plying to and from the western route are going through nasty experiences at both sides of the road due to restricted moved of vehicles that are taking risk to cross using a tinny section of the road that remained.
16:54
16:54

Minister Magyezi Commissions Lukaya Market, Bans Roadside Vending in the Area Lukaya Town Council 1 2

In 2011, the Ministry of Works and Transport through a donation worth 1.9billion shillings from the Lake Victoria Environment Management Project-LAVEMP, undertook to construct a permanent market in Lukaya town council for hundreds of roadside vendors who operate from the area.
11:51
11:51

Chinese Investor Seeks to Expand Lwera Rice Farm Despite Public Uproar Lwera Wetland 2 1

Moses Ssempala the LCI Chairperson of Bulingo; a village next to the rice estate says the Chinese are already luring residents in the area to sell off their pieces of land for rice growing.
16:01
16:01

Lukaya LCIII Chairperson Rejects Municipality Status Lukaya Town Council 2

Last month, a section of councillors led by Edris Kigozi, a representative of the elderly persons tabled before the council a draft motion seeking to elevate Lukaya Town Council to a municipality.
09:54
09:54

Masaka Road Scouring from Underneath- Engineers 3 3

Although the sunken area was assumed to bare a culvert which was thought to have been washed away or damaged, engineers at the end scene who have excavated within the hole and sideways note that have failed to trace the culverts.
14:45
14:45

Security Committee Issues Guidelines for Operations of Bars, Lodges in Kalungu Lukaya Town Council 3

The new regulations were issued by Abraham Tukundane, the Kalungu District Police Commander at a public security meeting convened in Lukaya Town Council. According to the regulations, all bars and night club will start operating at between 4 pm and closes 2 am. In addition, sports betting shops have also strictly been allowed to operate between 03pm and 10pm.
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