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21:10
21:10

Prime Minister Tables Lists of Covid Relief Cash Beneficiaries COVID-19 relief 4 1

Nabanjja said that the Ministry of Finance released 53.5 billion Shillings and so far, 41.35 billion Shillings have been paid out.
20:43
20:43

Nile Breweries Donates 300 Oxygen Filled Cylinders to Referral Hospitals Oxygen cylinders 6

The cylinders worth 330 Uganda shillings, were handed over to Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja on Wednesday in Kampala. Each of the referral hospitals will receive 20 cylinders filled with oxygen.
17:35
17:35

Education Ministry Cautions Against Fake Recruitment Drive 1 2

The said advert has been calling applicants for vacancies in government secondary schools to submit their application online using an email; [email protected] But Dr Asuman Lukwago, the Secretary of the Education Service Commission, says the advert and the quoted email are fake.
17:24
17:24

Henry Waiswa Appointed Interim Clerk to Parliament 1 2

Kibirige was retired by President Yoweri Museveni in public interest and replaced with former Minister of Defence, Adolf Mwesige. But Among informed parliament this afternoon that Waisswa had in the interim been appointed to handle the duties of a Clerk to Parliament due to incomplete formalities regarding Mwesige’s appointment
16:47
16:47

MPs Task Deputy Speaker on Oulanyah Absence 3 2 Top story

Among said that there was no leadership vacuum in the institution and requested MPs to proceed with other serious business on the Order Paper.
16:37
16:37

Suspected Militiamen Raid Lake Albert, Rob Three Boat Engines DRC Militiamen 1 2

The seven suspected militiamen, four of them dressed in the DRC military uniform, placed several fishermen at gunpoint and ordered them to surrender their fishing gear. After executing their mission, they crossed to the Democratic Republic of Congo, according to Ethien Arua, one of the affected fishermen.
16:26
16:26

NRM Courts Independent MPs to Support Gov't Legislative Agenda 1 3

The ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party is currently courting Independent legislators with a view of gaining their support for government’s legislative agenda in the Eleventh Parliament.
16:03
16:03

Suspected City Gang Leaders Arrested 1 1

According to Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga, crime intelligence received information about new criminal gang groups including Kibadia operating in Lusaze and Lugala areas, and another group identified as Kisangani aka Kigali that has been terrorizing Katwe and Kisenyi-Mengo areas in the past weeks.
15:26
15:26

Construction of Opit Secondary School Stalls World Bank 2

The 556 Million Shillings project funded by the World Bank commenced on May 1st this year but later stalled after the contractor abandoned the site.
14:45
14:45

Opposition MPs Scoff at PM Nabbanja for Banning Food Distribution 2 1

Early this week, Nabbanja stated that politicians were causing people to converge as they scramble for food, which exposes them to the risks of contracting COVID-19. She guided that the politicians either send out money to people’s mobile phone accounts or give the food to established COVID-19 task-forces at their respective districts, to allow for proper distribution to the needy.
14:19
14:19

Quarantine Imposed in Ntoroko After FMD Outbreak 4

Ntoroko is a predominantly cattle keeping district with cattle keepers comprising 80 percent of the population. Cattle are also a symbol of status to some families.
13:38
13:38

Large Gullies, Broken Culverts Cut Off Roads in Gulu, Omoro Districts Paicho Sub-County 1 3

The gullies have formed along the Corner Pageya-Kidere-Atoo Hill-Omel road following torrential rains that also washed away several culverts along with Larwodo and Layiebit Bridges. Vincent Ouma, the Omel Sub-County Chairperson told URN that the broken culverts and deadly gullies have since become a threat to the lives of motorists and other road users.
13:20
13:20

Three South Sudanese Nationals Arrested for Illegal Entry 2

The Palabek Refugee Welfare Council III Chairperson John Pascal says they have scrutinized the suspects who are indeed registered asylum seekers but investigations are ongoing in regards to their alleged sneaking into the country illegally.
12:15
12:15

Pictorial: Flash Floods Displace Thousands in Amolatar 15

The floods have submerged several kilometres of the district’s land and roads, disconnecting a number of communities. Crop gardens that had initially survived the drought are now submerged.
11:47
11:47

Premier Nabbanja Rejects Aid Items Sent to Kasese Flood Victims prime minister 1 3 Top story

Nabbanja said that the items that included 1,000 mosquito nets and 1,000 blankets were substandard and not fit for human use. The nets were found to be very small in size while the blankets were too light. She also questioned the quality of beans that had been given to the flood victims, saying that they were equally not good for human consumption.
11:18
11:18

Ugandan Farmers Chased from South Sudan Border Gardens

Reports indicate that the gunmen believed to be coming from Owiny-Kibul and Ingiji in the Central Equatorial State of South Sudan have in the past weeks made separate incursions into Uganda and chased farmers from their gardens in the border areas of Nyimur in Lamwo district.
10:41
10:41

Some Muslims Didn’t Know How to Conduct Eid al-Adha Prayers-Sheikhs 2

Hajji Ramathan Mugalu, the General of Secretary of Uganda Muslim Supreme Council, says that before Eid, many Muslims sought guidance from sheikhs and imams on how Eid prayers are conducted.
09:17
09:17

Teso Leaders Seek Help to Rescue Residents in Flooded Areas teso sub region 1 2

Currently, the main access road (Omabor Road) that connects Kalaki and Kaberamaido remains cut off since 2020 while major roads connecting some sub-counties in the three districts have also remained inaccessible.
06:51
06:51

Floods Displace Thousands in Amolatar District roads cut off 1 6

Alfred Ebong, a resident of Ocamolum parish says he almost lost his 4-year-old son when he failed to get to the health center due to the floods. Adding that he resorted to treating the child with local herbs for three days before the canoe became operational to cross to the other side.
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