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20:44
20:44

New Humanitarian Peace and Development Project Unveiled in Kyangwali Refugees 1 7

The Project dubbed “Mutual Inter-Related Resilience programme”-MIRP is a collaboration between four Organizations including Act of Sweden, the Lutheran World Federation, Norwegian Refugee Council and Action Against Hunger of United States.
20:33
20:33

NDA Launches App to Improve Reporting of Adverse Drug Reaction 4

It is a platform for the public and health workers to report reactions to drugs faster and get a response quicker where possible. The app works with both android and IOS technology, and all one requires to register a complaint is to download it, and log in using their name, physical address and contact.
20:14
20:14

MPs Want Their Daily Mobile Money Transaction Limit Increased to UGX 20m 3

Musasizi argued that MPs are big mobile money users because the platform has eased their transactions with constituents. He thereafter asked whether the telecom companies can provide special consideration to enable them to make a maximum of 20 million Shillings via mobile money.
19:45
19:45

Gertrude Njuba, Energy Ministry Face Probe over Mubende Mining Deal Ministry of Energy 2 1

The committee established that Njuba and Masagazi’s company; AUC mining Uganda limited, is the same with Anglo-Uganda company, Gemstone International and now Kratas Resources Limited who have reportedly been changing names upon the end of each mining license.
19:18
19:18

I Have Handed Over A United, Vibrant Church - Ntagali 5 1 Top story

The administrative handover comes three days ahead of the enthronement of Rt. Rev. Dr Steven Kazimba Mugalu as the 9th Archbishop of the Church of Uganda. The event will be held at St. Paul Cathedral Namirembe. A week later, Ntagali will equally relinquish the Episcopal and Ecclesiastical Authority of the Diocese of Kampala at All Saints’ Cathedral, Kampala.
19:10
19:10

Women Abandon Crude Methods for Drugs to Procure Unsafe Abortion post abortion care 3

Charles Kiggundu a consultant gynaecologist at Kawempe National Referral hospital says that unlike before where women would use herbal concoctions and devices such as wires and sticks, to procure abortions, a number of women now report inserting drugs they got over the counter, often used in high doses.
18:17
18:17

Malaria Outbreak Hits Bunambutye Resettlement Camp 1

Allen Kablayo, the in charge Bunambutye Health Center III says despite of the increasing cases of malaria, the drugs seem not to be enough.
18:08
18:08

Heavy Rains Cost UNRA UGX 44B Allen Kagina 1

According to Joseph Otim, the Director in Charge Road Maintenance Under UNRA, says Shillings 44billion only applies to unpaved roads, which were badly damaged by floods hence requiring fixing.
17:55
17:55

IGP Orders Quick Investigations into Nansana Shooting Bobi Wine 2 1

The Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, says the IGP has reached out to Kyeyune’s family in Nankulabye to express his heartfelt condolences.
17:18
17:18

Sodomy Victim Transfered to Mulago Unconcious penal code act 5

The Luweero District Police Commander, Abraham Tukundane, says the 19-year- old chapatti vendor was lured into sodomy by Musab Abashar after buying him alcohol at Mato Guest House on Sunday night.
16:48
16:48

Electoral Reforms Suggested by Opposition Are Costly - Bahati elections 2021 3 1

Bahati was making reference to proposals by Niwagaba, the shadow Attorney General, to amend several clauses of the constitution in a way that would shake up the current state structure. He, for instance, wants the size of cabinet reduced to 21 Ministers and 21 State ministers, who, however, should not be chosen from among elected Members of Parliament. The current Cabinet has 32 cabinet Ministers and 48 Ministers of Stat
16:46
16:46

Guild Elections: Makerere Council to Consider Regulations associate 1 2 Top story

“These electoral regulations are trying to dictate what should appear in the students constitution. And if you look at the entire regulations booklet, there are a number of provisions that are out rightly against the freedom of expression,” Mark Owiny, a 4th year Law student said
16:04
16:04

Kakiika Division NRM Chairperson Fears for His Life Politics 2 1

According to Mugume, he received information from his friend over the weekend indicating that someone was looking for him. Mugume says that he convinced the person to meet him at Accacia hotel Mbarara on Sunday and alerted police leading to the arrest of Edward Kasibante.
15:56
15:56

Gov't Asked to Zone Usage of Acaricides to Curb Resistance 3 2

For quite some time, farmers in the cattle corridor have been reporting a prevalence of ticks that do not respond to the available acaricides. But Sembabule District Production and Marketing Officer Dr Emmanuel Kalungi Kawooya explains that the resistance is largely due to inappropriate application of Acaricides by farmers.
15:36
15:36

UWA To Resume Electric Fencing Around Queen Elizabeth National Park Elephants 2 4

Pontious Nzuma, the Chief Warden Queen Elizabeth National Park, says they are set to continue with the work in a few days’ time. He says some sections will be erected to cross rivers and landscapes characterised by hard underlying rocks.
15:28
15:28

Staff Shortage Frustrates Bukomansimbi School Performance Targets 1 3

Davis Kkubo Ssebuliba, the head teacher of St Jude Thaddeus Primary School located in Bukomansimbi town council, also confirms the problem saying the available staffs are overwhelmed by the workload.
15:12
15:12

Energy Ministry Given Ultimatum to Resettle Mubende Miners artisanal miners 1 2

The Natural resources committee of Parliament has given the Ministry of Energy and Mineral development up to 10th March to resettle Mubende artisanal miners.
15:09
15:09

Poor Community Access Roads Irk Kwania Residents 1 4

The access roads in sorry state include the 4.5 Kilometer road stretching from Aluka to Inomo Sub County, 5.2Kms from Aduku to Acut via Apire, which links Kwania to Apac district and the 4.8km road from Olanyo-tai to Anywar-giki village.
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14:58

Family Sues Legislator Dan Kidega for Knocking Motorist Dead Accident 1

His family, led by Gerald Sebandeke states that Kidega's driver Elvis Kinene negligently drove the said vehicle at a high speed and lost control, swerving off the road into the opposite lane and ran over a motorcycle which Nakibinge was riding. The same motorcycle has a passenger who sustained serious injuries from the accident.
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