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20:10

Libya’s Al Nasr Eliminate Proline FC in CAF Confederation Cup 1

Proline FC who needed a win or even a 1-1 draw to qualify for money bracket of the group stage lost 2-0 to visiting Al Nasr SC from Libya at the StarTimes Stdium in Lugogo on Sunday.
17:33
17:33

Traditionalists Disagree On Budhagali’s Burial home 1 1 Top story

This afternoon, a section of traditionalists led by Mukisa Mutyaba who refers to himself as the leader of traditionalists in the country accused Jjumba Lubowa, the leader of “Tondism", a traditional faith group of failure to fulfill the rituals of the gods.
17:18
17:18

Zakayo Legacy: UWEC to Construct Museum 3 1

Zakayo was in June 1964 found abandoned in Ssemiliki National Park in Bundibugyo, hand raised by a whites until June 9th 1976 when Zakayo was surrendered to the Uganda Wildlife Education Center. At that time the Chimpanzee was becoming aggressive and Difficult to Manage.
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15:29

Ministers Clash Over Cattle Quarantine Enforcement Amid Fresh FMD Outbreak animal health 4 1 Top story

In the wake of fresh Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak in the cattle corridor, the two ministries mandated to champion the fight against transboundary diseases, FMD in particular, are embroiled in a fight on who takes lead and how the cattle quarantine should be enforced.
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13:29

TB Fight in Wakiso Suffers Blow as Donor Slash Funds tuberculosis 2

Wakiso District Health authorities are projecting trouble in the fight against Tuberculosis as leading implementing partners are limiting their activities in addition to slashing funding.
10:04
10:04

Security Experts Digest Police’s New Five Point Security Plan 3 1 Top story

Grace Matsiko, another security analyst, attributes the persistent crime incidents to lack of public trust in the public force. Matsiko argues that police failure to conclusively investigate crime incidents and turning whistle blowers into suspects killed public zeal towards helping police to fright, prevent and investigate crime.
09:50
09:50

Dealing with the Slum Question in Kampala 7

Emmanuel Ahimbisibwe, the Katanga Kimwanyi zone Secretary is concerned that the residents are exposed to diseases due to the poor sanitation. The poor access of the area also worries Ahimbisibwe.
09:28
09:28

Residents Accuse ISO Operatives at Lwamayiba Safe House of Torture 4 1 Top story

The Kyamuswa Sub County LC III Chairperson, Charles Kavuma, says several fishermen who go fishing around the island are tortured by the soldiers and all their fishing gear impounded.
09:04
09:04

Medics Caution Women On Vaginal Washes 7 1 Top story

Dr. Rosette Namulindwa, a Specialist Obstetrician/ Gynecologist at Mulago Specialized Women’s and Neonatal hospital, asks women to avoid using intimate washes to cover up health conditions that they might be suffering from.
08:35
08:35

Museveni Delivers on Some of His Pledges in Lango President Museveni 1

Some of the notable pledges that were delivered by Museveni on Friday this week include Shillings 52 million that he promised to The Pentecostal Assemblies of God-PAG Lira, a breakaway faction from the Pentecostal Assemblies of God Mission, Uganda.
08:20
08:20

Buvuma Authorities Fault Mukono Land Board for Illegal Transactions Buvuma District 3

The Buvuma District Principal Administrative Secretary-PAS, Ismael Kabonge, says they asked Mukono District Land to refer all land transactions in Buvuma to their board and area land committees. He however, says to their surprise Mukono District Land Board has continued handling land matters in Buvuma district without consulting them.
07:58
07:58

Five people killed in Kigezi in one week

The latest victim is 27-year-old businessman identified as Innocent Mugisha alials Kabikyi, a resident of Kyambinga village in Ntarabana parish in Buhara Sub County in Kabale district. He was killed by unidentified assailants on Friday night.
07:30
07:30

PAC Directs Gulu University to Evict Private Businesses Gulu Univeristy 4 1 Top story

Polly Philip Okin Ojara, the Chua West County MP and Deputy Chairperson of Public Accounts Committee – PAC, says that based on the audit queries, the University Management must write to the affected businesses to vacate immediately.
07:16
07:16

Parliament to set up an Electronic Petitioning System 4 2 Top story

Josephine Watera, the Assistant Director Monitoring and Evaluation, says the proposed petitioning system is in line with Parliament’s desire to improve and increase public participation in parliamentary business. Watera says that apart from the electronic petitioning system, the ICT Department is also expected to design an application to allow input of the public into the legislation process and undertake stakeholder mapping during the processing of bills.
07:04
07:04

Power Outages Curtail Clinical Service Delivery at Gulu Regional Hospital Umeme Limited 2 1

According to Dr. Elima, the unreliable power supply has constrained outreach programs because the quarterly fuel budget of between Shillings 8 to 11 million is so meager to facilitate other hospital activitie
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06:55

Suspended Mak Student Strike Leader Will not Lose her Scholarship- MasterCard Foundation 1 Top story

Toni Tiemens, the Director Corporate Communications at the foundation headquarters in Toronto in Canada disclosed to URN in an email that Saasiraabo remains a valued member of the Scholars Community and will continue to access all support and services the Scholars Program offers at Makerere University.
06:46
06:46

Woman Held for Stabbing Husband to Death

According to Samson Kasasira, the Rwizi Region police spokesperson the deceased’s body was found lying in a pool of blood on the bed dressed in a white vest and a pair of shorts. Kasasira says they picked up Nakayuwa as the prime suspect. Grace Faridah Nakayuwa (28) is accused of stabbing her husband to death early today morning. The deceased has been identified as Gava Abel (29) a carpenter residing in Butagatsi cell Kakiika ward-Kakiika division near Kanyankole stage .
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