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18:03
18:03

Jinja Municipal Council Officials Charged With Causing Financial Loss 3 1

Court heard that the group on February 25th 2019 using their respective offices at Jinja Municipal Council irregularly recommended, initiated, authorized and approved payment of 120 million shillings to United Development SACCO purportedly for loans deductions arrears for the year 2016.
17:29
17:29

UPDATE: Joint Medical Stores Loses Equipment Worth UGX 7bn in Fire 1 3

The Executive Director Joint Medical Stores Bildard Baguma said they lost equipment that includes ICU beds and medicines.
17:07
17:07

Electoral Commission Acknolwedges Voter Education Shortfalls 1 3

Byabakama told the Human Rights Commitee of Parliament that although the election was a success on their part, the entire process was conducted amidst limitations, which could not allow them to reach Ugandans across the country. During the time, which was planned for voter education, gatherings were limited to only 70 people and later adjusted to accommodate 200 people.
16:07
16:07

Suspected Kidnapper Shot Dead in Fort Portal 2 1

Mugume was shot dead on Friday by security personnel in Karamaga cell in Central Division, Fort Portal City.
15:40
15:40

Security to Intensify Patrols on Water Bodies to Reduce Human Trafficking 1 2

Minister for Internal Affairs, Gen Jeje Odongo, said Uganda has over 300 porous border points including water bodies where security needs to be heightened. Odongo said security will increase operations on water bodies including ungazzetted land entry points.
15:25
15:25

Police Audit Reveals Slow Implementation of Gender Policy 1 1

Police numbers are currently at 46,776 of which only 8,128 are females.
15:16
15:16

Caution Against Exam Malpractice Dominates UACE Briefing 1 3

At some of the schools where URN reporters attended briefing sessions, candidates were cautioned to avoid being tempted to buy examination papers.
15:09
15:09

AFIEGO Demands Transparency as Leaders Meet Over Oil Deals EITI 4 Top story

While Total E&P Uganda B.V. announced that it is has relinquished 9% of the area it had been permitted to develop in the ecologically sensitive area of the Murchison Falls National Park for environmental reasons, the Afiego Chief insists the process and term for relinquishment has not been transparent.
14:30
14:30

Entebbe Residents Outraged by Dirty Streets, Waste 5 6

Its location, as the host of Uganda’s sole international airport, the Botanical Gardens, the famous Entebbe Zoo and as a peninsular into Lake Victoria, gave it a niche, as an ideal destination for tourists to Historical sites, leisure parks, hotels and sand beaches. Back then, a visit to Entebbe came with a breath of fresh air as a gentle breeze from the lake swept through the town, blowing the wind softly, through the clean streets.
14:10
14:10

Pictorial: Over 300 Students Graduate at Lira University 11

The colorful ceremony which is being held at the University’s graduation ground is virtually being attended by Hon. Janet Kataha Museveni, the Minister for Education and Sports as the chief guest and Minister of State for Sports Hon. Denis Hamson Obua among other dignitaries.
13:40
13:40

Fire Guts Madhvani Warehouses 1 1

Among the warehouses that have been gutted by fire is that of the Joint Medical Stores.
12:44
12:44

Lira City Struggles to Get Rid of Street Kids 2

The Mayor, Mike Ogwang says although the presence of the street kids is a matter of concern to the authorities, they don't have an immediate solution due to lack of funds.
12:07
12:07

Farmer Loses over 15,000 Fish to Suspected Poisoning in Kanungu 2 2

Kibiribiri says that the four-month-old tilapia fish had cost him over five million Shillings, and he had hoped that he would get more than 10 million Shillings in profit. He says that each of his three ponds had 5,000 fish.
12:05
12:05

Omoro District Gets UGX 1.2Bn for Elevation of Health Centres Ministry Of Health 1

Douglas Okello Peter, the Secretary of Health says that the elevation will improve health services in the community.
11:34
11:34

Business Paralysed in Kasese as DRC Nationals Protest Against UN Mission Congolese 2 5

The UN mission has more than 12,000 troops deployed, most in the vast country’s mineral-rich east, where killings more than doubled last year. More than 330 people have been killed and 40,000 others displaced over the last three months alone as a result of the clashes, according to the Kivu Security Tracker, which maps unrest in the region.
11:11
11:11

35 Killed by Cattle Rustlers in Two Months assailants 1 4

Epitu Gadi, the Kaabong District Deputy Resident District Commissioner revealed that the people killed were either investigating the rustlers or those who have reported to the authorities about the raids of their cattle.
10:40
10:40

Court Allows Bukimbiri County MP Loser to Serve Kwizera Through Media 3

Kabale High Court Judge, Justice Moses Kawumi Kazibwe, allowed Owebeyi to serve Kwizera through Daily Monitor or New Vision newspapers.
09:20
09:20

UGX 6.5Bn Roads Commissioned in Buliisa District Government 6 1

In 2016, the government received funding from the World Bank to upgrade 30.4km of roads to first-class Murram in Buliisa. The roads include the 10.7km Ngwedu-Ndandamire -Bikongoro, 10.8Km Buliisa-Bugana and 8.9Km Biiso-Nyeyeremya-Waaki all in Kigwera and Biiso sub-counties respectively.
08:51
08:51

Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Due in Uganda for Signing of Oil Deals 1 Top story

It is expected that pipeline shareholder agreements and others that are yet to be signed will be concluded when the new Tanzanian President, Samia Suluhu and her technocrats meet President Museveni on Sunday at Statehouse Entebbe.
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