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May 2022 41 results
20:26
20:26

Mabirizi Asks Prisons to Take Him to Arusha for Court Hearing 1

Justice Muwata then proposed that Mabirizi returns to the court for a ruling on June 7th, 2022. In his response, Mabirizi said that he might not be available because he is in negotiations with the Uganda Prisons Services to transport him either by bus or any other means to argue his case in Arusha.
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20:06

MPs Reflect on First Session of 11th Parliament Naguru-Nakawa land 5 1

The first session of the August House commenced on May 24th, 2021 under the late former Speaker of parliament, Jacob Oulanya L’Okori who succumbed to cancer on March 20th, 2022 after presiding over Parliament for only nine months.
19:55
19:55

Three Entebbe Municipal Officials In Custody Over Corruption Allegations 2 2 Top story

The trio was picked up on Tuesday under the supervision of Brig. General Henry Isoke, the head of the State House Anti-Corruption Unit following an impromptu visit by the State Minister for Economic Monitoring, Peter Ogwang. The minister was accompanied by a team of officials from the National Building Review Board-NBRB, State House Anti-Corruption Unit, and police officers to inspect certain projects in the municipality.
19:32
19:32

Don't Take China Loan for SGR Yet - Lender Advises Uganda 6

Qureishi also hailed Uganda’s prudence when it refused to issue euro bonds when all African states embraced the newly touted source of debt about 10 years ago. Euro bond is a debt instrument issued by a company, an individual, or a government in a country of its choice from where it expects to get credit in a certain currency, and attractive returns.
19:22
19:22

Dr. Tedros Re-elected WHO Director General 1 Top story

During his first term, Dr. Tedros guided WHO’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which is still ongoing. He also led responses to the Ebola and Measles outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, which lasted for more than one year.
19:06
19:06

Ven. Kisawuzi Calls for Concern Over Each Other's Plight 4

Speaking at a service in memory of the attack on Mengo palace by the Uganda Army on the 24th of May 1966 at Namirembe Cathedral on Tuesday, Kisawuzi said that Uganda has become a nation of selfish people who do not care about the plight of others.
18:48
18:48

50-Year-Old Detained For Allegedly Defiling Impaired Child city council

Kyozila is suspected to have defiled the 13-year-old girl on Tuesday morning.
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18:27

Museveni to Omoro Voters-Cattle Compensation Cash Intact Omoro byelection 4 1 Top story

According to Museveni, the money meant to pay people who lost their cattle during insurgencies in Omoro district and Acholi Sub-region and other areas is readily available and urged the locals to disregard the opposition lies.
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18:25

Mukono Speaker, LC V Chairperson Clash Over District Service Commission Nominees DSC 2 1

The controversy started after the chairperson presented the name of Idris Badru Ssemakula for approval as District Service Commission-DSC chairperson to replace Stella Margret Kiondo who was rejected by the Public Service Commission after receiving complaints from residents questioning her integrity.
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18:17

Health Activists Petition Parliament Over Delayed Operationalization of AIDS Trust Fund UPHIA report 2021 4 1

Parliament enacted the HIV Prevention and Control Act in 2014, and the law was operationalized in 2018 enabling the Government to levy 2 per cent of total annual tax levies on alcohol and soft drinks to generate 9.149 billion Shillings to be channeled to the Trust Fund.
18:04
18:04

Court Slaps Costs On Bitature’s Lawyers For Filing Meritless Suits

In his ruling, Justice Mubiru held that for anybody to apply for interim orders stopping a lower court from proceeding with a matter they must have a properly filed suit before the lower court. But in Bitature’s case, he discovered that there was no pending issue before the court that the interim order can be based on.
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17:53

Uganda Has a Long Way to Go to Improve Maternal Health-Minister Muhanga 1

According to Muhanga, while the country has been able to increase the number of mothers delivering from health facilities, a lot needs to be done to ensure that Uganda meets the world's recommended standard regarding maternal deaths.
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17:45

PAC Directs Mubende Hospital Off to Table Pension Payment Records audit queries 1 2

In his latest audit report, the Auditor General, John Muwanga considered payroll management in Regional Referral Hospitals a key audit matter and identified unrealistic budgeting for employees and pension costs, under absorption of wage funds, delayed access to the payroll, overpayment of salaries, non-payment of salary and pension arrears as cross-cutting risks.
17:42
17:42

Military Involvement Hindering Women Participation in Elections- CSOs 3

Winnie Kiiza, the former Kasese District Woman Member of Parliament said that the presence of military personnel scares away women candidates.
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Court of Appeal Upholds Muhwezi's Election Victory Fred Turyamuhweza 1 2

"We have not found evidence to support the Appellant's allegations of bribery against the first Respondent/Muhwezi. The learned trial Judge was therefore right in finding that the Appellant did not cite any provisions of the law not complied with for the petitioner to obtain a remedy under the Parliamentary Elections Act," reads the judgment.
17:16
17:16

UPDF Regret Shooting Of 17 Year Old Girl in Agago 2

Adoch was reportedly shot to death near a military detachment at around 10:00 pm. Capt. Amos Nsambu, the UPDF 5th Division Public Relations Officer, says that the deceased was mistakenly shot after she entered an ambush that was laid by security forces deployed to counter suspected cattle rustlers.
16:59
16:59

Mityana Pastor Disappears With 20 Believers Uganda Police 1 1

According to residents, Kalibbala and his wife are primary school teachers who abandoned their profession and rented a room in Naama trading center where they have been running an unnamed church.
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16:40

Fort Portal Diocese Pilgrims Start Second Leg Trek to Namugongo 1 1

The pilgrims were flagged off on Monday by the Bishop Fort Portal Diocese Robert Muhirwa at Virika Cathedral in Fort Portal. They arrived at Kaihura Villa Maria, on Tuesday morning.
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Besigye, Three Others Detained at Nagalama Police Station elias lukwago 2 1

The Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango, said Besigye is determined to organise a series of demonstrations to destabilize the country.
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Mak Youngest Mathematics PhD holder Wanted Pharmacy [email protected] 6 2 Top story

Nabawanda, who can easily be mistaken for an undergraduate because of her medium size, joyful expression, and free and humble spirit, traces her roots to Kayunga district where she was raised.
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