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19:21
19:21

Nakaseke Leaders Want OWC Heifers Procured From Same Area 3 1

The ongoing distribution of heifers, coffee, fruit seedlings and other inputs is another intervention by the government to eradicate poverty and trigger the economic transformation of the population.
19:21
19:21

Fufa Bags UGX268 Million From Egyptian Adverts rogers byamukama 1

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations Fufa raised UGX268,372,000 US75,000 for advertising Egyptian companies at the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole last week.
18:59
18:59

President's Talk Show Campaign Draws Mixed Reactions controversial bill 3 1

The president today started a nationwide tour, through which he will respond to questions from the public on the proposed amendment of Article 26 of the Constitution which sought to provide for the compulsory acquisition of land for development projects before the settlement of compensation disputes.
18:14
18:14

We Shall Not Compromise On Karuma Dam Quality –Anite karuma power dam 1 2

Anite said this during the familiarization tour of the Power Dam project, located at along River Nile in the Districts of Kiryandongo and Oyam. She was visiting the project, for the first time, as a minister, commended the team on site for the progress so far but warned against shoddy work.
17:45
17:45

We Can Qualify For World Cup - Basena egypt 1 1 Top story

Ugandas Cranes interim head coach Moses Basena has stated that his team has what it takes to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup to take place in Russia.
17:45
17:45

Gov't Asks Judicial Officers to Resume Work 2

The Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister, General Kahinda Otafiire, says high level Consultations have been carried between the executive, the judiciary and the Judicial service Commission to address concerns of the Judicial officers and other groups.
16:11
16:11

Burundi Committing Crimes against Humanity- Report burundi crisis

The report indicates that the crimes are taking place in the context of Killings, torture, sexual violence, degrading treatment, enforced disappearances and arbitrary arrests, among others. Alleged perpetrators of the violence include high-level officials, of the National Intelligence Services and the national police force, military officials, and members of the youth league of the ruling party, known as Imbonerakure.
15:49
15:49

Bwaise Floods Persist Despite Road Improvement 2 1

The Kawempe Division Mayor, Emmanuel Sserunjogi says there is improvement in the area as a result of the infrastructure development, adding that the level of flooding has reduced.
14:51
14:51

Impala, Gorilla Monuments to Grace Kampala Skyline uwa 1

The monuments will include that of the oldest silver-back gorilla Luhondeza, the leader of the first habituated gorilla family in Bwindi Impenetrable Park, and the impalas, from which Kampala derives its name as the hill of the Impala, a medium-sized antelope which dominated the swamps and hills of the city before independence.
14:40
14:40

Atiak Chiefdom Calls For Relocation of Elegu Township 1 1

Rwot Richard Santo Apire, the cultural leader of Atiak chiefdom, says government should consider returning the main border point to Atiak Town Board, where the Trade Ministry owns land for constructing a custom point. He says the land served as a custom at the height of the Lords Resistance Army LRA insurgency in northern Uganda.
14:22
14:22

Taxi Driver's Strike Paralyses Transport Along Kampala-Gulu highway taxi drivers 4 1

Ali Mutebi, the Chairperson of Bulemezi Taxi Operators and Cooperative Society, which manages taxi parks in Wobulenzi and Luweero town councils noted that there is decline in revenue collection following the issuance of the presidents letter.
13:27
13:27

Ugandan Diaspora Raise Funds for Fistula Hospital 1 2

Dubbed the TERREWODE Hospital Rehabilitation Center, the facility will offer psychosocial rehabilitation for survivors of obstetric fistula, a condition caused by prolonged obstructed labour, creating a hole between the vagina and rectum or bladder. Fistula sufferers are left with no control over of urine and faeces.
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13:25

Heavy Rains Disrupt Business Across the Country traders 3

Stephen Gang, the Gulu Area Manager of National Water and Sewerage Corporation, says the heavy rains have also affected water supply to Gulu town.
07:53
07:53

Museveni to hold Nationwide Radio Talk Shows on Land Matters land bill amendment 1 Top story

According to a close source, Museveni will thereafter hold a closed door meeting with Kabale and Rukiga district National Resistance Movement NRM party leaders on Tuesday to try and convince Abigail Victoria Atukunda, the independent candidate for the Rukiga District woman member of Parliament to step down in favor of her NRM rival, Caroline Kamusiime Muhwezi.
07:23
07:23

MP Akol Infuriates Acholi Paramount Chief, Prime Minister 2 1

David Onen Achana II, the Acholi Paramount Chief also criticized Akol for labeling cultural leaders as beggars when he said cultural institution should learn from Atiak Chiefdom to be independent instead of depending on donations.
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