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May 2016 29 results
18:58
18:58

KCCA Suspends Yellow Fever Vaccination jeniffer musisi 1 Top story

Robert Kalumba, the KCCA Deputy spokesperson told URN on phone they suspended the yellow fever vaccination because they run out of vaccines. City Hall Clinic has been conducting yellow fever vaccination at Shillings 100,000, which is slightly higher compared to the charges at accredited health facilities.
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Army Legislators Lobby for Neutral Space army mps 6 1 Top story

Major Gen Onesmus Pecos Kuteesa raised concern about the current sitting arrangement during the day orientation exercise of newly elected legislators. According to Kuteesa, the current sitting arrangement, which places them on the government side, puts them in a fix.
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Court Sets June 8th to Rule on Oulanyah Election Petition

URN has learnt that before the court session, Opwonya applied to the Judge in the chambers for a brief hearing of the alleged abduction of their client. A reliable source in the court told URN that the Judge told the petitioners lawyer that hearing the abduction case court derail the pending case and advised them to pursue the case separately.
17:43
17:43

Father Held for Defiling Own Daughter 1

Josephine Angucia, the West Nile Region Police Spokesperson, says Nyalonga is accused of defiling his primary 3 daughter, a pupil at Pachero primary school on various occasions. According to Angucia, during interrogations the suspect told police that he decided to take on his daughter after he was abandoned his wives.
17:16
17:16

Renewable Energy Employs 8.1 Million People Worldwide, Says New IRENA Report renewbale energy 1

Renewable energy jobs continue to rise even as employment in the broader energy sector falls.
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17:10

Africa Day Marked in South Africa african union

What is good for Africa is good for the world. That was UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moons message in a message to mark of Africa Day on Wednesday.
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16:50

Mbale Registers Rise in Fresh Stillbirths 4

Statistics from Mbale district health department show that 76 cases of fresh still births were registered between January-June 2015 out of the 17, 005 deliveries recorded in various health units in the district.
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Ugandan Cancer Patients Appeal for Accommodation in Nairobi

The patients are being funded under the Road to Care Programme, started by Canadian doctor Joda Kuk in 2011 after he saw the huge needs of women with cervical cancer in rural settings during a visit to HAU.
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I Have No Presidential Ambitions - Muhoozi muhoozi project 1 3 Top story

Muhoozi, who is among 727 promoted on May 12, also describes as non-existent a succession plan hitherto referred to as the Muhoozi- Project.
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16:22

Athletics Body Seeks Funds For Africa Seniors Event dominic otuchet

The Uganda Athletics Federation UAF President, Dominic Otuchet has said they require over 30 million shillings to send a team to the 2016 Africa Seniors Championship.
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16:00

Teargas, Live Bullets used to Disperse Rowdy Residents in Lira

Andrew Atim, an eye witness, says the truck driver crashed the minor while reversing. The deceaseds mother Susan Alum who was vending mangoes by the roadside escaped the accident narrowly.
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15:42

17,000 Police Officers Yet to Undergo Intermediate Command Course

Felix Ndyomugyenyi, the Deputy Director Human Resource Management, past attempts at sending officers abroad and at military facilities for training hasnt been effective. When we lost our staff College in Naguru, we started sending officers to Egypt, Ethiopia, Rwanda and other Staff Colleges in other countries.
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15:25

President Museveni Grants Amnesty to Kapchorwa Police Attackers

The decision follows the intervention of families and clan leaders in Kapchorwa calling for a presidential pardon to their sons who had been arrested in relation to the attack, Sipi Regional Police Commander RPC Musa Nabende says.
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Oulanyah's Rival Feared Abducted jacob oulanyah 3 Top story

Toolits son Steven Odong says his father was abducted by three gunmen from his home in Pece division in Gulu Municipality. According to Odongo, unidentified men knocked on the door of their home at around 3am pretending to be in need of help from his father.
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Three Family Members Killed in Lwengo family killed

Their three bodies were recovered this morning by residents responding to constant cries of a two year old child who survived the attack.
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12:52

Parents Consider Suing School Over Withheld UACE Results uneb

Diana Mukhooli, one of the affected students, accuses the management of betraying them. She claims that when the school administration learnt that their schools had been withheld, it summoned them and transported them to UNEB with specific instructions to admit that they cheated on their own to help the school to regain its examination center number, which was withdraw by UNEB.
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12:50

Bunyoro Prepares for Coronation Anniversary 1 1

The anniversary celebrations locally known as Empango will be held at Karuziika palace in Hoima town under the theme; Culture, a driver for social-economic advancement.
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Experts Want Slum Dwellers Involved in Urban Planning 2 1

They argue that there are major challenges in slum settlements, congestion, land ownership and residency rights in over 40 African cities. Such challenges prohibit development both for the city authorities and individual settlers, they add.
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