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19:10
19:10

Theft of Road Construction Materials Upsets Kabale, Kisoro Leaders 2

Sources within Reynolds Construction Company-RCC, the firm contracted for the works confirm that at least 2,000 liters of fuel and other construction materials like cement and iron bars are stolen daily. The sources explain that the theft is planned internally in the company's camp and escalated by laxity in security.
18:30
18:30

Museveni Implicated for Violating Procurement Laws in SGR Deal 1

Niwagaba told the committee that president Museveni personally ordered the award of the contract to CHEC and tabled letters from the President to that effect.
18:17
18:17

Police to Vet, Accredit Housemaids before Employment jolly tumuhiirwe 3

Grace Akullo, the Director of Criminal Investigations and Intelligence Directorate (CIID) observes that all these domestic workers need to be vetted and issued with certificates of good conduct upon satisfying the vetting team that they can be trusted with children and property.
17:57
17:57

Delayed Arrival Of Papers In Karamoja, School Fees Battles Usher In 2014 UBTEB Examinations. 3

Aloysius Matovu Musoke, the principal of the institute says they had to act tough because some students deliberately refuse to pay.
17:08
17:08

OPM Resettles Kyangwali Camp Evictees 2

Speaking to journalists on Monday, Hoima Resident District Commissioner Godfrey Nyakahuma said the evictees were transported back to their areas of origin on Saturday by the OPM in line with the committee recommendations.
16:47
16:47

KCCA Councilors tell Museveni to Rein in Musisi 1

Majority of them claim that NRM will bear a heavy political cost arising out of the manner in which the authority is handling the population in Kampala. They are equally concerned that many of the decision are taken without being consulted as the elected leaders within the city.
16:11
16:11

Jinja Sports Stadia in Dire Straits 1

The sports and football stadia in Jinja are in a dire state following years of poor management.
16:06
16:06

Weak Laws Triggering Gender Based Violence-Activists domestic violence 1

Tina Musuya, the Executive Director of the center for domestic violence prevention says Violence against women has since become one of the silent epidemics killing hundreds of women across the globe. She classifies the problem as a mirror image of HIV, a virus that kills close to 2 million people in the world every year.
15:10
15:10

Christians Accuse Bishop of Conning Them serere district

He says that, the Bishop told them that the Global Faith Network programme International had partnered with his church to aid rural families.
14:40
14:40

Authorities Anxious over Imminent Repossession of Masaka SS 2 3

Government pleaded with Aga Khan to continue accommodating the school as tenants for a period of 9 years. According to government, this would give them ample time to build their own structures in the neighborhood. Government also secured a loan of Ugx 5 billion from the African Development Bank to facilitate the construction of new structures at alternative premises. But the school administrators still insist that they own properties that they wouldn't wish to lose at the Agha-Khan site.
14:39
14:39

Police Holds Mother For Strangling Own Child to Death

According to the neighbors who rushed to rescue the minor when the other children made noise, the suspect told them that she was ordered by spirits to sacrifice the boy.
13:08
13:08

Rising Cases of Mental Patients Worry Arua Health Officials 2

Dr. Paul Onzubo, Arua municipal health officer says the lunatics have become a public nuisance in the municipality.
12:14
12:14

ULC Chairman Clashes With Lands Minister Over Land Transactions In Mbale

In the letter copied to among others, the Secretary District Land Board, Mayor and Town clerk Mbale Municipality, Migereko directed that the expired leases for the affected pieces of land especially the public open spaces on Busoga Lane, Nkambo Lane and Lorry Park on plots 1-15 Central Rise should not be renewed.
11:53
11:53

Al-Shabab Denies Kenya Reprisal over Bus Raid alshabaab millitia 1 Top story

Deputy President William Ruto said on Sunday that Kenya's armed forces carried out a cross-border attack in which they targeted the perpetrators of Saturday's attack in which 28 bus passengers were killed near the town of Mandera. However, Alshabaab's military operations spokesman, Abdi Aziz Abu Mus'ab, called Ruto's claim absurd
11:29
11:29

Muni University Starts Operating in Rented Premises 1

Halal Bossas, the site manager Ambitious construction Company attributes the delayed completion of the buildings to the late release of funds.
11:03
11:03

Students Petition over Delayed Enactment of Tobacco Control Bill 2

The students are concerned that 6 months after the bill was referred to the Health Committee of Parliament for scrutiny, the committee has not reported back to the entire house, a practice which contravenes Parliament's Rules of Procedure.
10:19
10:19

Kitgum SACCO to Auction Seized Properties 3

Also known as Kitgum SACCO, the Bank with a saving portfolio of Ugx 2.1 billion has a loan portfolio of Ugx 1.8 Billion among its 15,804 members, according to its financial statements. However, several of their clients failed to meet loan obligations forcing the Sacco to confiscate their properties and enlist them for auction.
09:59
09:59

Over 110,000 Amuria Residents Defecate in the Open in amuria district 1

Francis Oluma, the Amuria district LC V chairperson attributes their achievement to the strict enforcement of bye-laws on proper hygiene and sanitation.
07:42
07:42

St. Maria Gorreti SS Suspends Students Over Man U Strike 2

Oddo Arigye, the principal education officer Kabale municipality says the five students are the ring leaders of the strike.
06:58
06:58

Lira Municipality Partners With Community to Protect Wetlands 2

Juliet Atino, the Lira municipal environmental officer hopes that with the new partnership they can reduce or stop any further encroachment on wetlands in the town. Most wetland encroachers within Lira and other places are basically those people in wealth possession and they usually prefer using money to manipulate wetland protection systems.
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