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18:41
18:41

Activists Cry Foul as Parliament Passes Clause 41 in HIV/Aids Control Bill 2

Clause 41 (1) of the Bill states that a person who willfully and intentionally transmits HIV to another person commits an offence and on conviction shall be liable to 4.8 million shillings or to imprisonment for a term not more than ten years or both.
18:25
18:25

Mujib Kasule Tenders Resignation Letter to FUFA President moses magogo

However, Magogo told URN this afternoon that he had not yet received the said letter. Magogo said he would only comment after receiving the letter.
18:01
18:01

Presidential Pledges in the Education Sector Shoot to 74billion 3

During the meeting, Latif Ssebagala, the Kawempe North Member said President Museveni needs to stop making pledges since those made in the past are unfulfilled.
17:34
17:34

Lightning Claims Four in Nwoya

Doreen Ongom, the mother to the deceased children says the injured are nursing injuries at Anaka Hospital.
17:02
17:02

Cabinet Approves US $ 145 M Loan Request for Abertine Development projects 1

Rose Namayanja, the Information and National Guidance Minister notes that oil exploration activities in Hoima, Bullisa and Nwoya district have triggered a surge in population, urbanization and increased pressure on infrastructure and social services.
16:09
16:09

Vote Bribery, Fights Usher In Luweero By Election Campaigns 3 1

On Tuesday, Boda boda motorists at Kasiiso stage in Luweero town council blocked Nalwanga’s agents from pinning up her posters at their stage saying they are supporters of Nabukenya. The motorists threatened to beat up the agents drawing the attention of Ronald
15:15
15:15

Two Cops Arrested In Connection with Railway Line Vandalism. uganda railways

Corporal Christopher Gomba and Corporal Mukholi Magombe were picked up on Thursday morning in an operation led by Jacob Opolot, the Elgon Regional Police Commander in connection to the destruction of the railway line in Pallisa district.
13:31
13:31

Kilembe Hospital Closed As River Nyamwamba Bursts Its Banks kasese floods

Kilembe Mines Hospital has been closed today after River Nyamwamba once again burst its banks threatening a repeat of the floods that ravaged the area on May 1, 2013. The medical superintendent Dr. Edward Wafula says that there were 195 patients admitted in the hospital before the floods occurred at about 9am today.
13:12
13:12

Police Moves to Deregister Church led by Lakwena\'s Father 2 2

Patrick Jimmy Okema, the Aswa regional police spokesperson says the church is involved in mysterious activities, which involve strange rituals.
12:01
12:01

Ssuuna In Buoyant Mood Ahead Of Adidas Boston Badminton Open brian ssuuna 1

In an interview with URN on Wednesday afternoon, Ssuuna said although it will be his first time to compete in that tournament, he is on form since he has trained well and is focused.
11:46
11:46

Gunman Shot Dead During Attack In Kaabong kaabong district

He explains that the gunman emerged from the bush brandishing his gun and tried to aim at the UNRA staff but was gunned down by a UPDF soldier guarding the workers.
11:37
11:37

Egyptian Side Confirms Participation In Cecafa Inaugural Tourney sudan 1

Arab Contractors SC has confirmed participation in the fourth coming inaugural Cecafa Nile Basin Cup Winners Cup. The Egyptian top League side will be the only guest side that will join other clubs in the Council for East and Central African Football Associations (Cecafa) region for the event that runs from May 20th to June 5th in Khartoum and Port Sudan.
11:26
11:26

Drama as Sheikh Kiruuta Is Laid to Rest mufti mubajje 3

It all started after Kayongo’s supporters stormed the high table with their boss demanding that he is given a special seat.
11:00
11:00

Hoima Teachers Trained In Making Re-usable Sanitary Pads 3

Female teachers in Hoima are undergoing training in making re-usable sanitary pads. The teachers are making pads from 100 percent cotton clothes. The initiative is being promoted by Right to Play, a child rights non-governmental organization.
10:55
10:55

MPs Disagree on Management of Proposed HIV/AIDS Fund 2

Jack Wamai Wamanga, the Mbale Municipality MP said that whenever he sees the alarming figures of the number of Ugandans living with HIV he recalls how the Health Ministry misappropriated the Global Fund.
10:33
10:33

Trigger Happy Soldier Handed 15-year Jail Term 2

Prosecution led by Lt Francis Owiny, told court that while at a drinking joint in Opti trading center sometime in February this year, Drani shot Bongonyinge dead and injured four other people.
09:46
09:46

Constructions of Four Border Markets Stalls Over Boundary Disputes 6

Mathew Ochen Akiya, the Lamwo LC V chairperson says their attempt to develop the first market at the borderline in Madi Opei Sub County attracted a violent reaction from South Sudan officials.
08:14
08:14

Medical Workers: Women Abusing Campaign to Involve Men in Reproductive Health 3

Musa Matovu, a resident of Kirimya in Masaka said it is does not make sense to seat at the hospital yet they have to look for money for survival.
07:35
07:35

Rising Gun Crime Worry Security in Northern Uganda robbery in kitgum 2

One of the victims, 38-year-old John Lakony later succumbed to the gunshot wounds on Wednesday morning at Kitgum Main Hospital where he was admitted for treatment.
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