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18:40
18:40

NRM Caucus to Meet Ahead of Plenary parliament 2

She explains that membership on the committees is reviewed annually, with some members assigned additional tasks to serve on different committees.
17:58
17:58

FDC Brigade Youth Leader Out on Bond 1

On Monday, Lutaya appeared before Hood Matovu, the Masaka Grade One Magistrate, where the charges of inciting violence were read for him.
16:39
16:39

UPDF Soldier Knocks Two Dead lyantonde 3

Robert Begumisa, the Lyantonde Deputy Traffic Officer says that Iga indulged in excessive alcohol consumption to celebrate the purchase of his new vehicle.
16:39
16:39

Middlemen Cheating Ugandans On Water Tax - URA 2013/2014 budget 1 2

John Mayanja Walakira, an Assistant Commissioner at Uganda Revenue Authority, explains that in actual terms a litre of water according to the National Water and Sewerage Corporation costs 1.92 shillings for domestic water. VAT would then cost about 34 cents. For a 20 litre jerrycan the tax component amounts to seven shillings for the cost of 38.4 shillings.
15:45
15:45

Kalungu Woman MP Wanted Over Bouncing Cheques money lenders

Early this year, Kintu was dragged to the Nakawa magistrate’s court by an Indian money lender after failing to clear an accumulated debt of 40 million shillings.
15:36
15:36

Hoima Residents Want Roads Prioritized In Local Govt Budget 2013/2014 budget 1

Hoima residents want the district to prioritize the road sector in the next financial year. The district is set to present its 2013/2014 budget estimates on Thursday. Some of the roads mentioned are the Kyarushesha-Nyairongo Hohwa road which links Kabwoya and Kyangwali Sub Counties, and the Ruguse road in Bugambe Cub County. Others include Bunyoro Kitara and Spice roads in Hoima Municipality.
15:14
15:14

Nursing School Buses Impounded Over Debt over food debt 1

. On Tuesday last week, a team of court Bailiffs hired by the food supplier school impounded two buses and towed them to Soroti central Police station for safe custody.
13:44
13:44

Maddox Students Stage Strike After Inter-class Games students strikes

Police in Kyenjojo have rushed to Maddox Secondary School in Butiiti Sub County where students have staged a violent strike and destroyed school property.
13:25
13:25

Two More Houses Set Ablaze in Bundibugyo

Police has already picked up two people in connection to the earlier fire incidents.
13:19
13:19

Nakaseke Leaders Celebrate CAO's Transfer nakaseke district 1

Residents and local leaders in Nakaseke are celebrating the transfer of Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Joyce Loyce Namboozo. Recently Patrick Mutabwire, the permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Local Government, transferred Namboozo to Kapchorwa and replaced her with Ezaruku Kazimiro, who was CAO in Maracha District.
12:50
12:50

Soroti Mortuary Operates Without Water for Two Years local government 1

Emiru says that whenever he receives bodies he dumps them in the mortuary in the very state they are brought.
12:13
12:13

Masaka Small Scale Operators Decry Power Outage 1

Mbaziira, who is the proprietor of RALEV Coffee factory said for the last 2 months Bukakata Diimo line, which serves his factory has been off.
10:37
10:37

Jinja District Drafts New Food Security Law jinja food security 2

Dr. Stephen Kiwemba, Jinja district Production officer says that once passed into law, the ordinance will stop farmers with less than three acres of land from growing sugarcane and outlaw the sale of premature crops in the garden.
10:14
10:14

Foreign Journalists Survive Arrest In Darfur market 3

Four foreign journalists covering the on-going Cecafa Club Championships in El Fasher, Darfur in Sudan were lucky to survive arrest on Saturday afternoon as they took video recording of a market in the city centre. The four are Mike Okinyi, Jackson Njihia, both from Citizen TV in Kenya, Bonnie Mugabe from New Times in Rwanda and Bukedde’s David Kibanga.
10:10
10:10

Arua Hospital Wins Lagoon Case 1

Led by Michael Oluma and Jackson Atima, the residents argued that the constructing the lagoon next to their homes will endanger their lives.
08:04
08:04

Ssimbwa finally in Darfur to Handle Express 1

Former Cranes assistant Coach Sam Ssimbwa who has been stranded in Khartoum, Sudan since Thursday last week finally made it to El Fasher in Darfur on Sunday to handle Express Fc in their last group B match in on-going Cecafa Kagame Club Championship
07:55
07:55

ADF Victims Threaten Court Action adf rebels

A group of people who lost their property when the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) rebels attacked Kasese town in 2001 are planning to sue the government for failure to compensate them. On March 11, 2001 shortly after the general elections, suspected ADF rebels attacked Kasese town and killed at least 11 people. They also burnt 54 cars and a number of houses.
07:38
07:38

Traders Count Losses After Market Fire

Michael Odeba, a councilor at Njeru town council says 20 stalls with merchandise worth 50 million shillings were gutted by fire.
07:34
07:34

Gen. Mbadi's Thanksgiving Event Called Off army reshuffle

Kasese district leaders have called off a function to thank President Yoweri Museveni for elevating his former Aide De Camp Wilson Mbadi to Major General and appointing him Joint Chief of Staff. Mbadi, who spent many years as Museveni’s ADC until November 2012 when he was promoted to Brigadier and sent to head 4th Division, is the highest ranking UPDF officer hailing from Kasese.
07:04
07:04

Kale Kayihura: We Have Failed to Trace Killers of Nine Family Members murders 1

The assailants drilled a hole in the wall of the pastor’s house, which they used to gain entry and kill their victims.
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