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20:23
20:23

Security Sets Tough Conditions For Gen Tumukunde’s Campaigns in Kitgum 1

William Komakech, Kitgum Resident District Commissioner who heads the security committee said that they have given a go ahead for the team to hold their campaign meetings but with cautions.
19:58
19:58

Parents Sacrifice Space for Home Learning 6 2

Several parents have made sure that their children do not lose out on learning despite having limited space that can be utilized for learning activities, as many live in single room setting.
19:25
19:25

Energy, Finance Officials Disagree on Compensation of Pipeline Affected Persons 3

Construction of the East African Crude Oil Export Pipeline project is due to start next year, but people along the planned route were evicted almost two years ago, with promises of compensation.
19:10
19:10

Plenty of Covid-19 in our Prisons; Stay Away by Avoiding Riots - Spokesman uganda prisons 1 2

According to Prisons spokesperson Frank Baine, prisons have registered 898 cases of Covid-19 of which 838 are prisoners, 50 are members of staff and 10 are relatives to the staff.
19:04
19:04

Fishermen on River Giligi Accuse LDU, UWA of Harassment 5 1

The fishermen on River Giligi allege that the LDUs and the UWA rangers tend to assault them and to confiscate their fishing gears.
18:42
18:42

Tumukunde Promises Change to Voters in Amuru, Adjumani Attiak Town Council 1 2

Tumukunde said that he is the only Presidential Candidate who is well versed with the incumbent President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and has the abilities to oust him from power.
18:20
18:20

Muntu's Campaign Meetings Blocked in Entebbe Municipality 5 7

When Muntu's convoy arrived at Katabi traffic lights, headed for Nakiwogo and other areas, police officers, led by Entebbe District Police Commander Michael Kasigire directed Muntu's convoy to turn to Katabi-Kitubulu playground. " He [Museveni] is trying to control our programmes. The security services are now telling candidates where not to go. Where to go. That is beyond their authority."
18:02
18:02

Dominic Ongwen's Judgement Pushed to February 2021

The court was set to pronounce its judgement on the 12th January 2021 but a Monday 30th November 2020 press release indicates that the judgement will now take place on the 4th February 2021.
17:53
17:53

Busega- Mpigi Expressway Casual Labourers Strike over Wage Deduction Protests 4 1

Kenneth Kabazzi says that his wage was deducted from 15,000 to 9,000 Shillings contrary to what he signed in the contract.
17:43
17:43

Uganda Deports Foreign Journalists Foreign Affairs 1

According to the Director Government Media Centre boss Ofwono Opondo, the journalists were accredited to cover COVID-19 and Tourism in Bwindi Forest, but were found doing other things unrelated to what they were accredited for.
17:21
17:21

Cattle Keepers in Bulambuli Demand Compensation of Livestock 1 3

Daudi Ngongi, a resident of Bunalwere in Bwikhonge Sub County says the 1995 Karamojong insurgence has crippled their livelihood and are living in poverty.
17:05
17:05

Number of Suspects Arrested over City Protests Hits 1,000 1 1

Out of 1,014 suspects, 843 have been charged in various courts, 113 have been released on police bond. Enanga said police records indicate 699 suspects in Kyagulanyi protests have been remanded.
16:46
16:46

Poor State of Rwenkuba Bridge Irks Rukungiri Residents 3

The bridge that connects Kahoko parish to Kigaga parish leading collapsed six months ago after River Kashengu burst its banks.
16:13
16:13

Riots: Police Suspend Selling Fuel in Jerry Cans Fred Enanga 1 2

The commissioner of police Fred Enanga who is the force spokesperson says that they have decided to suspend selling and buying fuel in Jerry cans at all fuel stations to foil arson manufacturing of petrol bombs
15:54
15:54

Mabirizi Still Fighting Age-Limit Removal, Runs to EA Court Appellant Division 4 1

He also wants the court to annul the Judgement in Uganda Constitutional Petitions of 2017, the judgement in Uganda Supreme Court Constitutional appeal of 2018 and annulling the Uganda Constitutional Amendment Act of 2018 which he said has allowed President Museveni to contest for Presidency.
15:42
15:42

UNAIDS Predicts 140,000 New HIV Deaths

The report notes the global AIDS response was off track before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, but the rapid spread of the coronavirus has created additional setbacks.
15:21
15:21

COVID-19 Community Surveillance Study Begins in Kalungu District 4 1

Professor Rob Newton, the Principal Investigator in the research survey has observed the need for testing laboratories to reduce the time-lag between actual testing and release of sample results to enable the suspects to establish their status in the short time possible.
14:48
14:48

Riots Killings: Forensic, Ballistics Team Analyzing Bullets Found in Bodies city riots 1 1

At least 54 people have died as a result of two days’ sporadic protests after Kyagulanyi was arrested in Luuka district at his campaign venue in November 18. Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, said out 54 fatalities, 32 were rioters while the rest were innocent Ugandans including juveniles.
14:32
14:32

CSOs Doubt Credibility and Fairness of the Electoral Process 3

These organized under the National NGO Forum say the episodes of violence observed in previous days and disruptions of opposition campaign programs by the security forces make it impracticable for some of the opposition presidential candidates to campaign.
13:49
13:49

Six NUP Supporters In Bad Accident After Being Teargassed 1

One survivor Margret Ssimbwa, the wife of the Nakifuma County NUP flag bearer Fred Ssimbwa, says the driver has lost control after police firing tear gas to deter them from following Kyagulanyi.
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