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19:30
19:30

Court Martial Denies NUP Supporters Bail Again Kasubi Royal Tombs 2 Top story

Police claimed that the suspects masterminded attacks on Kasubi Royal tombs, on former Jinja resident city commissioner Eric Sakwa in Nakulabye, on Uganda Registration Services Bureau, and the Katwe Police station, among others. They were reportedly planning to block President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni from swearing in for his sixth term of office.
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18:46

Police Officers Arrested For Stealing Exhibits 1 1

Police Spokesman, Fred Enanga said those in detention are believed to have shred sixty out of the 192 million shillings that they had recovered from armed robbers.
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16:00

Experts Blame Malaria As Infant Mortality Shoots Up in West Nile Health Management 1 3

The latest Uganda Demographic and Health Survey (UDHS) report for 2022 reveals that the infant mortality rate in the West Nile region is 54.9 deaths per 1,000 live births, the highest in the country.
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15:52

Police Uses Teargas to Disperse Jinja Hospital Workers blood transfusion 1

Sheikh Adhi Basoga, the Kadhi of Jinja district, reiterated their claim to the land and urged government agencies to avoid double standards in land allocation, which can lead to conflicts among communities.
15:13
15:13

Tilenga Landowners Storm Hoima High Court, Demand For Justice oil and gas 2 2

The PAPs who were holding placards inscribed with words like Stop land grabs, don’t displace us for oil, for Tilenga, stormed the Hoima High Court at around 10 a.m. protesting the December 2023 court verdict.
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14:39

UWA Allocates UGX 37.9m to Compensate Wildlife Victims in Agago general manager 4

Following complaints from the victims about mass destruction by wild animals and lack of compensation by UWA, the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities operationalized the Wildlife Fund in October 2022 to compensate victims of human-wildlife conflicts.
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14:27

Ex-LRA Commander Kwoyelo’s Defence Trial Begins in Gulu Amuru District 2 1

Kwoyelo entered the dock at about 9:50 am to defend himself, more than five years since his trial commenced before the ICD in November 2018.
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WHO Advocates for Health Equity to Achieve Comprehensive Services in Uganda Health Management 3

Speaking at the commemoration of World Health Day at the WHO headquarters in Kololo, Dr. Yonas Tegegn Woldemariam, WHO Representative to Uganda, highlighted the importance of collaborative efforts from all sectors, partners, and communities under the one health approach to ensure that all Ugandans fully enjoy their health rights.
09:13
09:13

Bishop Comboni College-Kambuga Ordered to Return Trophy St. Mary's 1

During the games held last week (April 7, 2024) in Rukiga district, Bishop Comboni College-Kambuga emerged as the winner for the Kigezi region, defeating Makobore High School from Rukungiri in a penalty shootout after a goalless draw.
09:07
09:07

Mandela Millers Gets ISO 22000 Certification for Food Safety and Quality Assurance raw material 1 3

Patricia Bageine Ejalu, the Deputy Executive Director of Standards at UNBS, represented the Executive Director at the award ceremony held at the company's premises in Busega.
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08:51

Gov’t Can't Dictate On Fees In Our Schools-Archbishop Kaziimba 4 1

Recently, the Ministry of Education and Sports threatened to close schools should they defy government guidelines and increase school fees.
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08:44

Francophonie Day Celebrations Climax with Calls for Gov’t, Schools to Prioritize French Language Northern Uganda 4 3

One by one teachers who attended the event called on the government to empower French learning and encouraged school heads to embrace the language, claiming that it has an important role in opening employment opportunities for students.
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08:24

Catholics Warned Against Polytheism Religion 1 2

Fr. Nsereko emphasizes the commitment of Catholics to Jesus Christ and advises against the practice of attending church while also visiting shrines, urging people to place their trust in the Lord forever.
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08:12

Oil Palm Growing in Busoga Sub Region Kicks Off After 13 Years of Waiting farmer 3

Suzan Lakwonero, NOPP Project Manager, who oversaw the planting, noted that after years of anticipation by farmers in Mayuge, every registered farmer would now have the opportunity to plant oil palm gardens to improve their livelihoods.
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