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09:22
09:22

Seven Villages Face Threat Of Eviction 4

In a community meeting convened by the LC I chairperson of one of the affected villages mid-last week, residents asked their leaders to halt plans by the landlord Eng. Dr. Patrick Rusongoza to open the boundaries of the land in question until their concerns are addressed.
09:54
09:54

CAO Refers Land Officer's Interdiction Saga to Rewards Committee 1

“You are free to get more facts from the court, petitioner, and the accused to assess and advise me on the next course of action. The accused is free to come with a legal representative," says Lukwag in his January 13 letter to the secretary of the district Rewards and Sanctions Committee.
10:20
10:20

Fort Portal Beverages Dealer Murdered, Robbed UGX 3M

According to Twesige, on Sunday at around 4 PM, the deceased together with his colleague Shaban Muhammed 16, left Kasusu trading center for Kijura Town council in Kabarole district riding a tricycle ( Tuk Tuk ) registration number UFL 409/C that they were using to transport Kombucha and soda for their custo
12:20
12:20

Family Wants Kabarole Lands Officers Interdicted Over Criminal Charges 1 1

According to court documents seen by our reporter, it is alleged that the duo between February 2016 and October 2019 while at Fort Portal in Kabarole district forged minutes of Kabarole district Land Board Meeting KDLB MIN 06/02/2016 purportedly held on February 9, 2016.
08:12
08:12

Anti-Corruption Fight: ULGA Concerned the Way Implicated Officials Are Arrested 1

Rwabuhinga, who doubles as Kabarole District LC V Chairperson, says the arrest of the implicated officials should be dignified since they only suspect and need to be treated with respect and dignity. He wants the responsible state agencies to first conduct investigations before the arrests are done.
15:31
15:31

Pictorial: Mpanga Growers Tea Factory Resumes Operations

In 2017, the factory was sinking into debt and on the verge of closure. The factory had a debt of Shillings 6.4 billion owed to several service providers including financial institutions.
14:38
14:38

Mpanga Tea Factory Outgrowers Decry Low Price of Green Leaf 2

Winnie Kamakune, another tea farmer, says that they want the factory to buy tea directly from them to avoid exploitation by middlemen. Richman Mwesige, another outgrower says that the middlemen take advantage of the inability of the factory to reach them directly to pay them peanuts.
17:05
17:05

Regional Financial Management Centre Opened in Kabarole 3 2

The Centre will be a support hub for all financial management issues, provide convenient and easy-to-access facilities for users and serve as a platform for technical support for payroll-related issues.
13:04
13:04

Mpanga Growers Tea Factory Resumes Full Operations 2 3

Methuselah Kasukaali the Chairperson Board of Directors Mpanga Growers Tea Factory, says that the resumption of operations comes after the Uganda Development Cooperation- UDC invested in the company by purchasing shares/ equity worth 4.4 Billion Shillings.
09:07
09:07

Kichwamba Gets UGX 950M Water Project 2 3 Top story

Gilbert Byamugisha, the manager Mid-Western Umbrella for water and sanitation, a Ministry of water agency contracted to extend water to Kichwamba, the government has allocated Shillings 950 million to establish a water treatment plant, rehabilitation of water pipes, and metering, which will take a year.
15:15
15:15

Kabarole District Councilors Demand for Vehicles from Gov't 1

The councilors’ demands follow a move by the government through the Ministry of Local Government to procure bicycles for village and parish chairpersons to help them in monitoring government programs.
17:39
17:39

Man Kills Brother Over Pig

Vincent Twesige, the Rwenzori West Police spokesperson, says that the suspect told officers at the police station that he had killed his brother for killing his pig.
16:08
16:08

Christians Ask UPDF to Rebuild Their Church Destroyed By Chopper 4

Pastor Enock Bwengye, who heads the church, says that their church was well-built, furnished, and fully equipped with electricity when it was damaged by the chopper.
15:29
15:29

UPDF Chopper Crash: Mechanical Fault Blamed 1 4

Major Peter Mugisa, the Mountain Division Spokesperson said that the helicopter which was being manned by two UPDF soldiers was on an operation when it developed a mechanical problem.
17:17
17:17

Ebola Outbreak: Kabarole District Issues Guidelines 2

The RDC said that the district has already tasked all Health Facilities in the district to put in place isolation centers where they can manage suspected patients before evacuating then to the main isolation center at Fort Portal Regional Referral Hospital.
13:37
13:37

Councilor Accuses Clinical Officer of Assault 1

Murungi told URN that he recieved a tip from patients at the facility indicating that there was no midwife to attend to expecting mothers and rushed to see what was going on.
09:56
09:56

Kabarole, PWDs Clash over Ownership of KADIPU Building 3 3 Top story

Rwiragira says that the building was rented out to various business people but the dividends are not helping the PWDs. He also notes that whereas the building is under the management of the union chairperson, he has not presented any audit report in the last three years.
11:54
11:54

Karangura Sub County Farmers Count Losses As Banana Disease Ravages Plantations 1 3

An infected plant starts by changing from green to black and hardens. The bananas lose taste if cooked. As the affected fruits continue to grow, sometimes the peel cracks causing scarring.
16:32
16:32

Kaboyo Secondary School Struggling to Teach Sciences over Lack of Laboratory 2 3

Besides lacking a laboratory, the school also doesn’t have a library, has limited teaching staff as well as poor infrastructure. Textbooks and laboratory equipment are kept in classrooms.
17:57
17:57

Hundreds Flock Fort Portal Mortuary to Identify Accident Victims 1 2

Many people can be seen gathering around the mortuary wailing and sobbing, attempting to gain access to the doorway. Hospital management at one time had to seek assistance from the UPDF personnel to manage the crowds.
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