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May 2022 31 results
20:57
20:57

IOM Rallies African Govts on Protecting Health Rights of Migrant Workers 4 3

Dr. Fatuma Ahmed, the Consultant on Gender and Social Protection for the IOM's Better Regional Migration Management Project, says female migrant workers abroad are doubly disadvantaged because they are discriminated as females and as migrants.
20:34
20:34

Police Investigate Kalaki DSC Officials for Extorting Money from Job Applicants 1 1

The group includes Lorna Adur, the Secretary Kalaki District Service Commission and two Commissioners; Newton Dominic Enaru and Augustine Wood Elepu. The other is Cate Alilim, Kalaki District Environment Officer.
19:04
19:04

Four Suspects Remanded For Financing Terror Terrorism

But the accused persons were sent to Luzira Prison until May 20th 2022 when they will be appearing before the Chief Magistrate who has the powers to try them as investigations into the case against them continues.
17:52
17:52

Banking Industry in Mixed Performance, as BOU Warns of Ukraine Threat on Economy 1 Top story

The banking Industry returned a combined net profit of Shillings 1 trillion and 1 billion, but seven banks fell deeper into losses in 2021. The higher commodity prices abetted by the Russia-Ukraine conflict have also started directly feeding through to consumer prices, weakening consumer optimism and Household demand,” says the BOU.
17:43
17:43

National Teacher Institute Delays to Take Off 3 1

Carol Kavuma, the Coordinator of the Uganda National Institute of Teacher Education-UNITE establishment task force, says that the task force recently completed writing its final report, which they forwarded to the National Council for Higher Education-NCHE where it was reviewed and recommendations made to the Minister of Education.
17:24
17:24

Lira City Teachers On Strike Over Unpaid Salaries 5

On Monday morning, the situation at Lango College secondary school was “not very normal” because the teachers were not teaching.
17:03
17:03

Serere Teachers Risk Missing Salaries for Dodging Lessons 1 1

Reports from the school indicate that Odongo didn’t teach 70 lessons while Emuron dodged 50 lessons. Robert Ogaram, the Headteacher of the school, says that while some of the teachers claim to have had problems including sickness of their spouses, they were seen engaging in other businesses like teaching in other schools.
16:53
16:53

Children in Moroto must climb mountains to access school 4 1

Mary Teko, a primary six pupil, says she walks through the mountainous routes approximately 5 kilometers each way to get to school on weekly basis. she added that the journeys are riskier in the evening because it is the time cattle raiders always start their movements and they use the same routes children pass.
16:33
16:33

UCDA in the Process of Recruiting Parish Coffee Development Advisors 3 1

Tumwizere also told URN that the advisors will be essential in supporting the government in implementing the recently launched parish development model.
16:13
16:13

Kibuku Residents Protest Power Outage 4 1

According to the managers, they have running on a diesel generator for the last two weeks, which is costly given the high price of fuel. As a result, the cooperative has hiked milk prices from Shillings 1400 per liter to Shillings 1500 to cater for the cost of diesel.
16:12
16:12

Private Security Guard Commits Suicide in Bulambuli 1

William Matsanga, a resident of Buwanyanga village, Buwanyanga sub county in Bulambuli district was today morning found hanging dead on a rope around his neck in a store near the factory he has been working as a guard.
15:28
15:28

Ex-Guantanamo Inmate Finally Takes Plea Guantanamo Bay 2 2

Last week, Dr. Singiza didn’t allow Kiyemba to plead to the charges, saying that his court lacked jurisdiction to try the offences against him. However, Turyamusiima insisted that the Court had jurisdiction to try their client prompting the Chief Magistrate to ask him to write to the Court quoting the specific laws.
14:46
14:46

Kakumiro Police Arrests Four Men on Murder Charges suspects 1

John Tibasiima, a resident of the area explains that Kyeyune was last seen in the trading centre on Sunday with his colleagues. But a few hours later, he was heard screaming for help only to find him lying in a pool of blood, according to his mother Nakaizi Tekara.
13:49
13:49

A Billion People Denied Access to Assistive Technology -Report

UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell said nearly 240 million children have disabilities and denying them the right to the products they need to thrive doesn’t only harm individual children, it deprives families and their communities of everything they could contribute if their needs were met.
13:17
13:17

Prof Lwanga-Lunyiigo Provokes Debate on Ugandans' Economic Independence 6 1

“Today about 33,000 Indians in a population of (over) 40 million natives claim to be responsible for 62 percent of the country’s economic output, they are inching close to 75 percent of the colonial period,” he points out pointing to the fact that Uganda’s economy is already back in hands of the Indians as the case was prior to 1972.
12:51
12:51

National Instructor's College Abilonino Struggling with Staffing Gap 4 1

Julius Abigaba Baguma, the Principal of the college attributed the staffing gap to the lack of a clear management structure, which bares them from conducting recruitment and the promotion of most staff to higher positions without being replaced.
12:35
12:35

Ntoroko CAO Cancels Appointment of New Health Center In Charge 1 1

The CAO Anselim Kyaligonza has cancelled the transfer of Dr. Sekanabo and ordered him to return to Karugutu Health Centre IV where he was working as a surgeon without giving any reasons for the decision.
12:17
12:17

Traditional Leaders in Gulu Restore Fireplace Meetings 5 1 Top story

On Sunday night, dozens of elders and young people converged at Lukodi Primary School Playgrounds for the fireplace meeting under the stewardship of Rwot Justin Ocan of Patiko and elders from different clans. T
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