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May 2017 27 results
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Land Takeover Could Lead To Regime Fall- Serumaga wet lands 1 2 Top story

Serumaga, a Kampala-based Journalist, filmmaker in a presentation at the Justice Catherine Bamugemereire Commission of Inquiry into land matters said taking over citizens private land will provoke the same resistance that the previous governments faced.
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Vote Counting Underway in Kagoma County kagoma by elections 1

Four candidates contested in todays by-election. They include Moses Walyomu Muwanika, a member of the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM Party, Timothy Lusala Batuwa-from the opposition Forum for Democratic Change-FDC party, and two independent candidates; Muhammad Bizimack Bidondole and Alex Brandon Kintu
18:57
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UCC Issues Notice of License Termination to NBS TV tamale mirundi 1 Top story

The notice dated 11 May 2017, makes reference to NBS programme featuring presidential advisor Joseph Tamale Mirundi. In the letter, UCC Executive Director Godfrey Mutabazi says that the commission is appalled and takes strong exception to the conduct and language used by Tamale while on air.
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Umeme Customers Hit One Million Mark umeme uganda 2

Umeme Board Chair, Patrick Bitature, said it is their intention to connect as many customers as possible all factors remaining constant.
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Umeme Pays UGX 17 Billion in Dividend umeme uganda 4

Umeme Managing Director Selestino Babungi said that their total revenues increased 13 percent from 1.1 trillion Shillings to 1.3 trillion Shillings. He said the company is intent on expanding the network and increase customers access.
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Kaweesi Murder: Parliament Demands Explanation Over Arrest of Minors uganda police 2

Now, some legislators are demanding an explanation on why the minors were held. It came after the Kawempe North MP Latiff Sebaggala raised the issue on the floor of parliament as a matter of national importance. Sebaggala says it was outrageous to hold children on the suspicion of the crimes committed by their parents.
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Copa 2017: Schools Struggle To Qualify For Knock Out Stage masaka schools 1 1

James Roberts Kibila,the Games and Sports teacher Blessed Sacrament Kimanya says they still have chances of making it from the group stages despite a loss by Old Kampala Secondary school. He says his team is now committed to beating Layibi,Kabale Brain Storm and Agape secondary school.
18:11
18:11

Stanbic Bank Shareholders Get UGX 60 Billion Dividends economy 1

The sixty billion shillings was approved by the Banks Annual General meeting held in Kampala on Wednesday.
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18:00

Kamwenge Town Council Chairman Moved from Nakasero Hospital

Uganda Radio Network has established that Byamuka was booked into the Special Operation Base of Police, which doubles as the headquarters of the Flying Squad Unit of Police on March 23rd 2017 where he was supposed to be interrogated from.
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Wife of Kamwenge Town Council Chairman Speaks Out geoffrey byamukama 1 1

Francis Mwesigye, the Deputy LC 3 Chairman Kamwenge Town Council says that on Tuesday, he went to Nakasero Hospital to visit Byamukama, but was denied access by two police officers who were guarding him. Mwesigye wants government to investigate those who could have tortured his boss.
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Police, Cyclists Clash Over Release of Suspect mbarara 1

Mohamed Mpagi, the Publicity Secretary Mbarara General Boda Boda Cyclists Association, says the decision by police to release the businessman undermines their efforts to get rid of criminals targeting them.
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Over 15,000 Candidates Register for UBTEB Exams 1 2

According to a breakdown of the numbers presented by UBTEB, 8,807 candidates have registered for business and diploma certificate programme, 5,297 candidates for technical national diploma and higher diploma programs while 1,547 candidates registered for specialized academic programmes including fishing, meteorology, agriculture, wild life and land survey. .
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15:21

Police Hands Back 12 Children To Their Mothers child trafficking

Moses Binoga, the head of the Anti-Human Trafficking department in the Internal Affairs Ministry, says police will continue to monitor the social security of the children.
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Kagoma By-Election: Voting Stalls as Biometrics Machine Breakdown 1 1

Meanwhile, Asuman Mugenyi, the Director of Operations Uganda Police, says the voting exercise is still peaceful as they havent registered any case of violence.
14:34
14:34

Police Shoot Protester to Death

Collins Jalachida, the Oromcan Sub county LC 3 chairperson, says they have resolved to sideline the Jupageni community from any future government project, should they insist on blocking the water project.
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Former Mbarara University Staff Strike Over Pay strikes 2 3

Threstine Barigye, the Director Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital Director, says they have put in place a skeleton staff to ensure patients are attended too.
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Parliament Increases Excise Duty on Ciggarettes minsitry of finance

Nandala Mafabi, the Budadiri West MP, says Ugandas excise duty is the highest in region as Kenyas stands at 7 per cent and Tanzania is at 5 percent, which affects Ugandas competitive advantage.
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Gov't Flags Construction of Lirima Gravity Flow Scheme Phase II manafwa

Lirima Gravity Flow Scheme Phase II is the continuation of Lirima Gravity Flow Scheme Phase one, which only supplies water to Bubulo West County in Manafwa district. According to Sentumbwe, the Shillings 18.4 billion African Development Bank-ADB funded project is expected to be completed within 24 months.
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Verbatim: Dr Stella Nyanzi Bail Application Court Proceedings buganda road court 1

Nyanzi is charged with two counts of cyber harassment and offensive communication contrary to provisions of the Computer Misuse Act. Nyanzi was also charged with using the internet to disturb the peace and right to privacy of the president.
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Dr. Suruma to Gov't: Move from Intention to Action on UDB 2

Dr. Suruma said private sector lending, especially for long-term, is in crisis, why there is need for government to move away from intention to action.
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