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KCCA Act is Defective-Lord Mayor Lukwago mp betty nambooze 1

The Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA Act has glaring loopholes, the Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has said. Lukwago claims the gaps in the act have grossly affected the work of the Lord Mayor and city councilors.
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17:48

Bugiri Woman Arrested For Burying Baby Alive child abuse

A 42-year-old woman is in police custody in Bugiri district has for allegedly burying her one-month-old baby alive.
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Kisenyi Muslims divided over relocation of mosque muslim wrangles 1

Muslims in Kisenyi, a Kampala suburb are divided over the relocation of Taqua Mosque to pave way for the development of the area. A Kampala businessman, John Bosco Muwonge has for three months engaged the area Muslims to have the mosque relocated at a compensation fee of over 900 million shillings.
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Extreme Poverty, Poor Housing Threatens 5000 Elderly people in Lwengo poverty in lwengo 1

Extreme poverty, poor housing and lack of access to medical care are threatening the lives of over 5000 elderly people in Lwengo district.
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17:20

UNICEF Pleads with Airlines to Carry Food to Horn of Africa uganda airlines 1

UNICEF, says it desperately needs help from the air transport industry to get 400 metric tonnes of supplies to the Horn of Africa every week.
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17:07

Shoddy work unacceptable, Kasese contractors warned

The 40 million shilling staff Block was already roofed, but the walls were shaking and fears are rife that it could cave in.
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17:03

MPs Uncover Irregular Spending In KCCA mohammad nsereko 2

Members of Parliament on the Presidential Affairs Committee have unearthed what they called unexplained funding in the newly created Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), hardly six months after the new body started its work.
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Rising Cattle Thefts in Ntoroko put Police under Spotlight drc

Cattle Keepers in Ntoroko district are blaming the rampant cattle theft in the district to police inefficiency. The indigenous Batuku in Ntoroko district, are predominately cattle keepers and the cattle is their only source of income to the households.
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15:24

Former UWA Chairman Surprised By Fraud Under His Nose uwa pamsu project

The former Board Chairman at Uganda Wild life Authority has expressed profound surprise by the colossal financial fraud that took place under his reign.
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14:55

Luwero Butchers Abandon New Abattoir Over Shoddy Work

Over 200 butchers in Luwero town council have abandoned the newly constructed abattoir at Kasoma because of shoddy work.
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Six Grace Radio Employees Dismissed journalism

Six employees of GRACE Radio, a private FM station in Rubiriizi district western Uganda, have been dismissed for allegedly causing commotion at the station.
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12:32

Mbarara Taxi Operators Hike Transport Fares taxi drivers

Taxi operators in South Western Uganda have hiked transport fares as a result of the high fuel prices. Transport fares to and from the neighboring towns of Itendero, Kabwohe, Sanga have gone up from shs.3, 000 to shs.5, 000.
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Kawempe Division Mayor Arrested kawempe mayor

Mubarak Munyagwa, the Kawempe division mayor has been arrested at Kawempe police station for demonstrating at the division offices.
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Councilors Halt Construction of Oyam Community Roads

Members of Oyam District Works and Technical Committee have halted the rehabilitation of various community roads because of inflated costs.
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11:19

Court Annuls Election of Entebbe Municipality MP 2011 elections

High Court in Kampala has nullified the election of Mohammed Kawuma as Entebbe Municipality Member of Parliament.
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Police impounds four Lorries

Ecega Richard, the district police commander said on Tuesday that the four Lorries were transporting cows and goats from Kazo, in Kiruhura district to Kasese and Mbarara districts.
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Contractor's Payments Sparks off row between Lwengo RDC and CAO contractors

The row stems from the blockage on Wednesday of the contractors payments due to shoddy work.
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10:26

Soaring Sugar Prices Leave Dealers Aghast sugar prices go up

The price of sugar has suddenly surged to almost 6,000 shillings from 2000 shillings in January.
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Ugandan Accused of transmitting HIV in Canada gets life in prison

Johnson Aziga, in his 50’s, was in April 2009 found guilty of two counts of premeditated murder, and 10 counts of aggravated sexual assault for spreading the AIDS virus to his lovers.
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