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22:06
22:06

Land Disputes Worry Inspectorate of Gov't gobierno 1

Bamugemereire says they have received numerous land complaints and something ought to be done.
21:25
21:25

Govt Given one Month to table Legal Aid services Bill people 2

This came after the government asked parliament to reject the move by Gulu municipality MP Lyandro Komakech to secure permission for a private members bill on the Legal Aid Services. The proposed legal aid bill 2018 is intended for ease access to free legal aid by marginalized and vulnerable groups and also regulate the legal aid services providers in the country.
21:10
21:10

Councillor Calls President Museveni Bosco, Disrupts Council Meeting 4 1

Bosco Katala is a derogatory name that many Ugandans on social media adopted in reference to President Museveni following the Arua arrests which saw a number of legislators and their supporters detained and later charged with treason.
20:32
20:32

Nonexistent Groups Tap Millions from Youth Livelihood Fund kalangala 2

It has also been established that one of the beneficiaries in Mazinga Sub County used their share of the money to buy witchcraft as opposed to starting a poultry project. Yesu Afaayo, another group in Kalangala town failed to buy a washing machine as planned.
20:25
20:25

Yumbe Landlords Protest Proposed Lease of Refugee Land 4 3

According to some of the landlords over 2000 hectares of land currently used for establishment of schools, health centres and police posts are being targeted by government without the consent of the owners and elders.
20:05
20:05

Ugandans Will Be Using Nuclear Power in 10-Years' Time 4

Nuclear power will be additional to other sources of renewable energy like hydropower, solar, geothermal power, biomass and wind. She adds that because of the envisaged energy challenges ahead, the government is planning for nuclear power as the energy for the future.
19:59
19:59

Hepatitis B Vaccination Suffers Set Back over Lack of Syringes stockout 1

People in need for vaccination are tasked to purchase own syringes from private pharmacies.
19:50
19:50

Muloni Admits First Oil May Not be Achieved by 2020 2

Muloni told journalists on the sidelines of the joint energy sector review meeting ongoing at Speke Resort Munyonyo in Kampala, that getting First Oil by 2020, as planned, seems to have slipped considering significant delays in the development of requisite infrastructure for it.
19:45
19:45

Nationwide Tourism Drive Launched local governments 1

Tulambule pearl is a ten people team led by the Minister of State for Tourism, Godfrey Kiwanda who will mobilize local communities to visit tourism sites within their areas of residence on a weekly basis.
19:33
19:33

NRM, FDC MPs Attend Unveiling of Muntu's New Formation Group 8 1

The MPs were from Forum for Democratic Change FDC, National Resistance Movement NRM and independents. These could be some of the MPs expected to join Muntus political forum, the New Formation.
19:17
19:17

MPs Fail to Vote on Mobile Money Tax Bill 6 1

The heated exchange between legislators followed a 15 minutes suspension of the sitting by Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah for Parliament to raise the required quorum of 154 MPs in order for a vote by show of hands as proposed by Ndorwa West MP Wilfred Niwagaba.
19:06
19:06

Gulu Councilors Face Probe for Locking Town Clerks Office 1

The councilors accused the Town Clerk of failing to account for local revenue over the last three years and harboring harmful administrative weaknesses which have paralyzed social services in the council.
18:58
18:58

National ID Applicants Turned Away over Fake NIRA Message 5 1

Gilbert Kadilo, NIRAs manager in charge of Public Relations and Corporate Affairs says that the authority has been overwhelmed by the numbers of people who come expecting free services after a wrong message was sent out.
18:48
18:48

MPs Seek Justice a Year after Raid on Parliament uganda 6

They rejected calls for order in the house and continuously sang the National Anthem; Oh Uganda, May God Uphold Thee, as a symbol of defiance. Kadaga accused them of misconduct and disrupting parliament business a day earlier, turning the chamber into a playhouse and disrespecting the rules of procedure of Parliament.
18:34
18:34

MUASA Assembly Summoned to Review Resolutions makerere university 2 1

During last months General Assembly, the lecturers deliberated on a report on the progress of salary enhancement and employment systems within the university.
18:16
18:16

Court Issues Criminal Summons to MP Nambooze attorney general 3

On Thursday, Nambooze failed to turn up in court during the mentioning of her case. Anne Ntimba, the State Attorney Ann asked court to issue criminal summons saying that she had acted contrary to the bail term.
17:57
17:57

Soroti FDC Supporters Celebrate Muntu's Exit mugisha muntu 2 3

The more than 200 supporters gathered at Soroti district FDC party office located at Akisim ward in Soroti municipality and slaughtered a sheep to celebrate Muntus exit.
17:42
17:42

Muntu's Political Group Draws Mixed Reactions from MPs the new formation 1 7

FDC Secretary General Nathan Nandala-Mafabi says that despite Muntus decision, FDC was still strong and moving forward until they change leadership in the country.
17:36
17:36

Stanbic Bank partners with M-Kopa to light up schools 1

Stanbic Head of Corporate Social Investment CSI Barbara Kasekende said the the banks key focus area for Corporate Social Investment is education because it is a key factor to achieving transformational change in our countrys economy.
17:23
17:23

Court Asked to Dismiss Petition Challenging Prosecution of Political Activists ingrid turinawe 2 1

In 2011, government was dragged to court by Foundation for Human Rights Initiative-FHRI arguing that it had an interest in the matter where citizens had been arrested and prosecuted after participating in demonstrations.
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