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Jul 2014 23 results
19:11
19:11

King Oyo Starts Fasting tooro kingdom 1 Top story

The King of Tooro Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV has started fasting, a month after announcing the move to protest what he called division of his kingdom.
18:07
18:07

MP Nabukenya Narrowly Survives Jail 2 3

Birivumbuka also told court that on same day Nabukenya unlawfully incited her supporters to beat up NRM mobilisers including Steven Ssentumbwe, Patrick Mwesigye and Robert Ssempungu of Kamira Sub County over their political opinions.
17:42
17:42

Police Grills 50 Parents Over Child Trafficking 3 1

He says the parents led by Ahmad Harunah Lubwama, the Kyikyusa county sheikh face the charges of conniving with the suspects to commit the offence of child trafficking and criminal negligence.
17:25
17:25

Lack of Research Affecting Parliamentary Debate - Oulanyah hansard 1

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has warned that lack of research amongst Members of Parliament is affecting the quality of debate in what he referred to as a huge parliament.
17:15
17:15

Mystery Fires Guts 51 Huts in Soroti mysterious fire

Simon Etalu, the LC 3 chairperson Tubur sub county says the incident has left the entire village at a loss.
16:37
16:37

NSSF Defends Purchase of Umeme Shares umeme contract 3

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has today defended the purchase of Umeme shares worth 34 billion Uganda Shillings in May 2014 after parliament had recommended the termination of its contract. Geraldine Ssali, the acting Managing Director NSSF, today reaffirmed that they had followed the procedure when the additional shares were purchased. Ssali further said that there were no indications from cabinet and the Ministry of Finance that the Umeme concession was going to be terminated.
15:58
15:58

Bubare Sub county leadership Insists on Joining Mbarara Municipality 4

Robert Kanene, the LC III chairperson Bubaare Sub County says the minister messed by recalling a decision to elevate his sub county to a division.
15:52
15:52

Rubaga Hospital Sued over Gauze Left in Patient's Belly pregnant mothers

Court records further show that upon having a successful operation, she delivered a healthy baby but the aforementioned doctors by virtue of their omission or that of their servants working under them left a thick gauze wire in her belly after sewing her up for which the hospital is being held liable.
15:16
15:16

Kabale Municipality Under Fire Over Garbage Skips 2

Jacqueline Ayebare, another trader says what is more disturbing is that the skips take long without being emptied.
14:40
14:40

Cranes Striker Daniel Sserunkuma in Germany for Trials gor mahia fc 1

The club said last night that the Gor Mahia forward arrived in Denmark on July 10th and traveled the next day to Germany with the rest of the FC Koge team for a series of matches where he will be tested.
13:56
13:56

Napak Residents Threaten War Over Land

Philip Loyok, a resident of Kautakou village says no body approached or communicated with them over the issue of land in the area.
12:33
12:33

Tax Defaulters: Gulu to Conduct Fresh Registration of Businesses

George Labeja, the Mayor Gulu municipality says the registration will help the municipality to find new areas to raise funds to support its annual budgets.
12:30
12:30

Eight Rwenzori Attackers Surrender under Amnesty rwenzori attacks

The development comes just days after president Yoweri Museveni accepted a call for pardon from Rwenzori region leaders to all people who participated in the recent attacks on security installations and civilians in the districts of Kasese, Bundibugyo and Ntoroko. The call led to the establishment of two reception centers through which those seeking amnesty channel their applications.
12:00
12:00

Cases Of Child Neglect Worry Authorities In Mbale

Mutonyi says some parents in the district are failing in their parental responsibility of taking charge of the welfare of their children.
11:36
11:36

Religious Leaders Call For Dialogue To Avert Tribal Conflicts rwenzori diocese

The leaders also said that that the government hasn’t done enough to ensure that people living in areas where there are different ethnicities live peacefully. According to the leaders, last year’s conflicts between the Bakonzo and Basongora should have been an eye opener to the government to intervene and stop last week’s attacks which claimed several lives.
11:17
11:17

Kibaale Expells 25 Teachers from National ID Enrollment Exercise

Kisembo wonders how the teachers got employed as enrollment officers yet they are already serving government employees.
11:06
11:06

UCC Moves To Regulate Film Industry

Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) is set to enforce the licensing of the cinematograph theaters and video libraries; where over 98 percent face closure.
11:03
11:03

Northern Uganda Gets Ugx 1billion to Address Land Disputes 2

Land disputes have been a major challenge in Northern Uganda since the end of the LRA-led insurgency. They are mainly triggered by the massive resettlement from internally displaced people’s camps, which did not look at specifics in the transition, according to members of the public, opinion leader’s, scholars and analysts.
10:25
10:25

Over 250 Students Sent Home Over Strange Illness

He says more than 8 student affected by the disease believed to be related to ataxia, which is common amongst young and elderly people, were referred to Kagado Hospital.
09:55
09:55

Catholic Church Launches Anti-Cohabitation Campaign cohabiting 2 4

Rev. Fr. Michael Ssenfuma, the Katimba Parish Priest in Sembabule district says they have started registering all cohabiting couples.
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