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17:59
17:59

Ghost Projects in Bukwo Shock State House Anti-corrutpion Officials 3

Mr Peter Ndomugyenyi the team leader of State House Anti-corruption Unit said they will come back to the district, adding that many projects which are being accounted for on paper do not exist.
17:47
17:47

Police Profiles Cattle Markets to Avert Commercialized Raids in Karamoja security forces 1 1

The cattle markets have been linked to the spate of raids as rustlers steal cows and immediately load them on trucks for transportation out of Karamoja, a trend which, according to Micheal Longole, the Mt Moroto Regional Police Spokesperson frustrates the recovery of stolen animals.
17:30
17:30

Police Rescues Fake Magicians from Mob in Bugweri police spokesperson

Prior to the mob action against them, the suspects led by Tony Mukasa handed over purported magic sticks to three residents with promises of making miracle money under the palm of their hands. They then claimed the sticks had dissolved into their victims' bodies and could cause death.
17:24
17:24

Private Security Guards Arrested for Shooting Two People in Lira 3

Initial reports indicate that Ricky Okello, who was deployed at the Bank of Baroda Lira branch was taking duty from his colleague David Jangole when his gun released bullets that shot two people along Oyam road.
17:13
17:13

Gov’t Pursuing UGX 840 Billion Fund to Revamp Education Sector 1 4

Dr Jane Egau, the Director of Higher, Technical, Vocational Education and Training, notes that although domestic public funding for education has been growing, the percentage of spending on education has been steadily declining.
17:13
17:13

Oil Palm Investor Destroys Locals' Gardens, Clears Land Preserved for Food NOPP 3

Lama Makaka, one of the residents whose land was cleared says they signed an agreement with NOPP committing willingness to sell part of the land but not authorizing them to use the entire piece.
17:05
17:05

Absenteeism Threatens Health Service Delivery in Arua Arua district 1 2

Boniface Okuonzi, a resident of Ajia sub-county says that often, patients have been left stranded and sometimes turned away while seeking treatment at the health facilities due to the absence of the workers.
16:49
16:49

NDA Raids Rubaga outlets, Impounds Drugs Worth UGX 150m 1

Abiaz Rwamwiri, the authority’s Public Relations Officer told URN that a total of 80 outlets were inspected during the operation. They include three pharmacies, 49 human drug shops, two veterinary drug shops and 24 clinics.
13:42
13:42

Police Warns Drivers Against Using Energy Drinks to Fight Sleep 1 3

“Never drive when you are tired," Nampiima said. "If you feel tired park the car. There is no energy drink that can fight sleep. Don’t test God. You sleep and sleep to the mortuary and then to the grave. We don’t want to lose people. If you are fatigued and tired, please park the car.”
13:27
13:27

Africa, Napoli FC at Odds Over Players' Participation in AFCON 1

At the beginning of this month, Napoli owner and president Aurelio de Laurentiis announced a controversial ban on the Italian Serie A club signing African players. The Chief said his club will no longer sign African players unless they sign a waiver confirming they will not play in the African Cup of Nations.
12:54
12:54

Kenya Elections: Returning Officer Goes Missing in Nairobi 1 Top story

In 2017 elections, an IEBC Official Christopher Msando went missing and was found two days latter tortured and strangled to death in the capital Nairobi.
11:17
11:17

RDC Rejects Poorly Constructed Pit Latrine in Otuke 1 4

Jillian Akullo argued that the contractor did not only use weak materials but also did not follow the project design. She cited the fixed doors without glasses, no water pass way in the bathrooms, and weak slabs used in the latrines as challenges that have to be fixed before the project hand over.
11:10
11:10

Alebtong Officials Sentenced to 30 Months Imprisonment, Disqualified from Holding Public Office

While handing down the sentence, His Worship Nabende said that the convicts held public offices in a senior capacity and as such, their responsibilities in those offices required integrity but they abused it. He further described their actions as premeditated and that they gravely affected the public trust entrusted to them.
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