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22:08

NWSC Struggles to Collect UGX 857m Accrued Arrears in Luweero waive 4 1

The report shows that water bills amounting to 857 million shillings including arrears accumulated before the lockdown remain unpaid by residents and institutions in the areas of Zirobwe, Wobulenzi, Bombo, Nakasongola and Luweero town councils.
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Uganda in Talks with UK University to Take Part in COVID-19 Vaccine Trials 2

The Imperial College London began human trials of their vaccine in June 2020 with a small dose of the vaccine being administered to a volunteer in West London. A total of 50 participants will take part in the trial to determine the safety and immunogenicity of the vaccine.
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MPs Pray for Peaceful 2021 Election 1 4 Top story

The prayers were held under a theme derived from 2 Corinthians 12:1, highlighting the strength of taking pleasure in infirmities, reproaches, necessities, persecutions and distresses for Christ's sake.
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Dr Stella Nyanzi Released on Bail Common Nuisance 1

Nyanzi was arrested at Nakasero Market within Kampala city, on Wednesday alongside businessmen Godfrey Katongole and Isaac Newton for allegedly behaving in a manner that was likely to inconvenience other people and disregarding guidelines put in place to control the spread of COVID-19.
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Parliament Approves Political Party Regulations Suspending Delegates Conferences 2 1

Parliament on Thursday approved government proposed political party regulations requiring the political groupings to waive a requirement of holding delegates conferences to determine their official candidates for different leadership positions.
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19:49

WHO Launches Review in Global Response to COVID-19 COVID-19 Pandemic

The review which will be led by an evaluation panel will look at the way the WHO and the world at large responded to the COVID-19 pandmeic
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Pictorial: Parliament Inter-denominational Prayers COVID-19 Pandemic

Parliament on Thursday convened Inter-denominational prayers marking the beginning of the Fifth and last Session of the Tenth Parliament under the theme “For When I am Weak, then I am Strong” derived from 2 Corinthians 12:10. Three Parliament Chaplains including the Anglican Chaplain Rev. Canon Christine Shimanya, the Catholic Chaplain Rev. Fr. Ponsiano Kawesa and the Imam of Parliament Al-hajj Adbulatif Ssebagala led the prayers in which legislators prayed for peaceful 2021 general election and the end to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Reverend Collapses to Death During Burial in Kapelebyong 1 1

According to Dominic Aojan, the District Councilor representing Akoromit Sub County, Rev. Okodu looked very healthy when he arrived for the burial service and had just delivered a powerful sermon on repentance and good governance shortly before blessing the tomb for the burial.
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18:53

Museveni, Tooro King Meet at State House

According to a statement released by the presidential press unit, Museveni and Oyo discussed a number of issues among them the now suspended World Monarchs Summit that was slated for September this year. The summit was postponed by the Kingdom due to the Covid-19 pandemic guidelines that prohibits public gatherings.
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Kayunga NRM Chairperson On the Spot Over School Land student 1 Top story

Margret Nampiina, the former Jinja Rotary Club president, says they partnered with Jinja Municipal Council-JMC to construct another classroom block for the visually impaired pupils.
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MPs Query SAGE Roll Out Schedules 5 1

PAC is concerned that the beneficiaries of the SAGE programme have suffered from unnecessary and crippling delays owing to a poor roll out plan of the programme by the ministry.
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UPC Aspirant Contests Akena’s Election 2 1

According to Omino, the process leading to Akena’s election was illegal, staged managed and contravenes the party constitution.
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17:08

MP Komakech Granted Leave to Introduce Human Rights Defenders Protection Bill violation of rights 1 1

Komakech who introduced the Private member's bill entitled “Human Rights Defenders Protection Bill 2020 says that human right defenders that undertake to defend the rights of other persons like human rights organizations, activists, and lawyers among others have often been the target of repressive measures by the government, security forces and businesses among others.
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Recovered Gun Belonged to UPDF Soldier Killed in Mubende assailants 1

Security personnel who included the police and Internal Security Organization-ISO intercepted the man but he fled and threw away the bag.
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Busia Leaders Stuck with Postive Kenyan Covid19 Patient 1 3 Top story

Dr. Willis Syongola, the acting Busia District Health Officer, says the suspect was asymptomatic when they picked him from the quarantine center.
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16:06

Four Charged Over Murder of Makerere University Student 1

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, in a press statement released on Thursday afternoon said that the post mortem report revealed the cause of death as blunt force trauma, due to open wounds along the back, multiple cane marks on the back of the right elbow and abrasions along the abdomen and the entire back of the victim.
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UPDF Explains why LDUs are Deployed Outside their Areas of Origin 4 1

This video is among the many that have especially in the last three months gone viral where LDU personnel are seen assaulting hapless citizens. Acts like these, according to Maj. Bilal Katamba, the spokesperson of the LDUs, blur the good things that the force has been able to accomplish especially its primary purpose of fighting crime.
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Four Suspected Thugs Apprehended in Nansana During Patrol 1 Top story

Major Bilal Katamba, the 1st Division UPDF Spokesperson, says the suspected thugs had raided Nansana East II B zone where they were found breaking the walls of buildings to gain access.
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15:28

Man Arrested With Grenade in Kumi Kumi District 1 1

David Ongom Mudong, the East Kyoga Police Spokesman says Okello has been charged with unlawful possession of firearms and will be produced to court once investigations are complete.
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We are Working with Police to Find Student Killers – Prof. Nawangwe 2

Makerere University Vice Chancellor, Prof Bernabas Nawangwe, has said the administration is working with police to unearth circumstances that led to the beating and causing death of veterinary student Emmanuel Tegu.
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