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23:29
23:29

Buyende Fishermen Cry Out to Tumukunde over Harassment by UPDF 1 2

Ivan Yeko one of the residents says the soldiers of the FPU have killed some fishermen who have been confronted by the soldiers on the lakes, other fishermen say they have been beaten by the soldiers and their boats banned on the lakes
22:50
22:50

Rukungiri, Kalangala Districts Receive Voting Materials 1

Godfrey Katuguka who represented the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC party he is concerned about the security of the materials saying that instead of keeping them at the electoral commission offices they would have kept them at the police until polling dates.
21:21
21:21

Former Bukonzo East MP Yokasi Bihande Arrested 2 1

According to the Bundibugyo DPC Taban Swaibu points out that security forces did not expect the former legislator from Kasese to be in the district for political reasons.
19:22
19:22

Mbarara City Candidates Raise Concern About Broken Seals On Ballot Boxes 4 3

Bright Muhumuza, a Parliamentary Candidate for Mbarara city North on National Unity Platform ticket said that the broken seals are suspicious and claim that there are plans to rig the elections.
19:09
19:09

Retired Justice Vincent Musoke Kibuuka Dead kidney failure

Although he gave numerous decisions during his time as Judge, Kibuuka became famous internationally for his 2010 decision in which he ordered the defunct Rolling Stone Newspaper to stop publishing names of homosexuals after it had started a series of naming Uganda's top homosexuals.
19:02
19:02

Students Urged to Engage Peacefully in Elections UNSA 1 3

Speaking during the meeting that was discussing about student’s participation elections organized by the Uganda National Students Association –UNSA at Makerere University, Jacob Eyeru, Chairperson of National Youth Council-NYC, said that young people should only engage in what guarantees their right but doesn’t adversely affect the peace of the country.
18:54
18:54

Former ADF Rebels Cry out For Financial Support 6 1

Abubakur Kule from Kisinga in Kasese District says he attained training is carpentry and joinery but he lacks the money to buy start-up kits.
18:52
18:52

President Museveni Says no One Will Destabilize Uganda

Speaking in Mityana district on where he had gone to attend a ground-breaking ceremony for the reconstruction works of Mityana-Mubende road and upgrading of Mityana town roads, Museveni called upon Ugandans to go out and vote for whoever they want to vote for without fear.
18:39
18:39

Mao Assures Buganda of Unconditional Return of All Kingdom Property 2021 election 1 4

In 2013, the incumbent President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Buganda Kingdom officials paving way for the return of the Kingdom properties. The assets including the Kingdom’s official estates for Masaza, Gombolola, properties of chiefs, clearance of rent arrears accruing from rentals of the Kingdom properties and others were taken over for administration by the Provincial Government after the abrogation of the 1962 Constitution.
18:24
18:24

Wildlife Population Increase to Intensify Future Conflict with Humans ugandas population 2

Over the last 30 years Uganda has registered an increase in the number of Elephants from 2,000 to 6,000, Giraffes from 350 to 1,600, mountain Gorillas in the three countries from 350 to more than 1,000 and other animals, but these and others compete for land with humans.
18:14
18:14

Army Kills Six Karamojong Warriors in Kapelebyong shot 1 2

Ronald Kedi Ongodia, the Acting Kapelebyong Resident District Commissioner-RDC says the cattle rustlers fell into an ambush laid by the LDUs with whom they exchanged fire before they were gunned down in Okungur Sub County on Thursday Morning.
18:09
18:09

Police Rescues Rakai Registrar As Polling Officials Protest Unpaid Allowances RDC 1 6

The group of 502 polling officials including presiding officers, polling assistants, Parish and sub-county supervisors attended a 2-day training on how to use the Biometric Voter Verification System (BVVS).
17:53
17:53

Political Parties In Final Recruitment Drive For Polling Agents 1 4

David Kamugisha the Luwero District Registrar for National Resistance Movement says that they have recruited enough agents to oversee votes for Presidential and Parliamentary candidates.
17:44
17:44

Kwania District NUP Chairperson, Three Others Arrested 1 2

It’s alleged that Okwir, Charles Ogwang, the Kwania District NUP Mobilizer and two unidentified NUP Officials from Kampala were arrested on Wednesday evening when they had gone to seek permission from police at Kwania Central Police Station to allow them to conduct a meeting meant to mobilize votes for NUP Presidential candidate Robert Kyagulaunyi Ssentamu.
17:25
17:25

Three Million Mosquito Nets to be Distributed in Kampala, Wakiso 4 2

This is part of the newly launched “under the net” campaign, through which government intends to distribute up to 27.5 million mosquito nets across the country.
17:19
17:19

Unsealed Ballot Boxes Worry Opposition Leaders in Iganga election 1 2

Forum for democratic change’s-FDC election supervisor, Saleh Muwanguzi says that EC should thoroughly investigate the issue of broken seals as it kills the morale of some voters who may assume that, since the ballot boxes are tampered with, their votes are not necessary.
17:14
17:14

Health Ministry Does Not Know Cost of COVID Vaccine - Dr. Atwine COVID-19 Vaccine 1 1

While Uganda has so far ordered for two million COVID-19 vaccine doses and is expected to order for more, the ministry of health does not know the cost of the vaccine
17:02
17:02

Integrate National Planning to Save Environment – Mayiga Buganda Kingdom 1 4

Mayiga was today speaking at an event at Bulange-Mengo where he unveiled the Kingdom Board for Environment Conservation. At the same event, the Kingdom entered into a partnership with Climate Action Network- a network for environmental non-governmental organizations and World Wide Fund for Nature Uganda. The partnerships are envisaged to promote environmental conservation.
16:30
16:30

Food Supplies Dwindle in Kampala Markets Ahead of Elections 2021 elections 4 1

The supply of some produce and fresh foods has gone down because market vendors receive few buyers, less food is transported from the villages and the fear of incurring losses, when vendors buy food and no one buys it.
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