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18:58
18:58

James Kubeketerya Retains Bunya East Parliamentary Seat election

Majegere petitioned the court on grounds that Kubeketerya's camp was involved in the intimidation of voters and voter bribery, which enabled him to illegally win the election.
18:50
18:50

Display of Voters Register Delays in Nakasongola 4

The Commission also announced that residual elections will take place in Kazwama Town Council to fill the position of LCIII Chairperson and Parish Councillors after cancelling the initial process over a mix up of registers.
18:47
18:47

Woman Raped, Murdered in Kamwenge District 1

DPC Diana Namutunzi says the scene of crime was visited but because it was already tempered with, they could not use their dogs to trace the criminals. The DPC says the deceased’s body had all signs that she had been brutally raped and murdered.
18:30
18:30

CECAFA Asks Member Associations to Invest More In Women Football country 1 2

Auka Gecheo, the CECAFA Executive Director challenged subscribing countries to increase funding in women football which will help female players to exploit the availed opportunities to excel on global platforms.
18:21
18:21

UMEME Launches Countrywide Sensitization Against Power Theft 2 1

Travor Higenyi, operations manager UMEME North Eastern region, says that in 2016 before the launch of the operations on illegal connection, Bugisu region was leading country wide with high cases of illegal power connection. It has come down to 32% but still leading country wide.
18:19
18:19

Gulu Targets 23,496 People in 30-Days of COVID-19 Mass Vaccination frontline workers 3 1

Unlike Sinovac whose shelf life goes beyond a year, Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines will expire on 29 and 30 of November 2021 respectively. It is against this background that the health department is racing against time to rally the public to consume the available vaccines before their expiration.
18:05
18:05

Nomination Fees Locked Potential Candidates Out of Politics in Karamoja residual election 2

Candidates contesting for positions in Lower Local Council are required to pay 20,000 Shillings, those vying for district Council positions pay 50,000 Shillings, Municipal Councilors pay 50,000 Shillings while Members of Parliament pay three million Shillings for their nomination.
17:43
17:43

New Medical Association Boss Narrates Encounter with LDU in First Media Meet 1 5

Oledo, a General Surgeon at Kabale Regional Referral Hospital was riding a motorcycle late in the night, yet at the time, President Museveni had said that all motorcycles should be off the road by 6 p.m. as a regulation to avoid the spread of COVID-19. He had been delayed in a Hospital Theatre on duty.
17:34
17:34

MPs ask UNBS, URA to Resolve issue of 2000 Cars Stuck at Border standards 3 1

Although the cars belonging to Masaka United Motor Dealers Association were cleared by UNBS for standards as being worthy to run on Uganda's roads, they were in October blocked by URA in Kenya and Tanzania for being over the age of 15 years which is the new requirement for the importation of used vehicles.
17:24
17:24

MPs Summon Energy Drink Producers to Explain Safety, Efficacy of their Products advertisement 3 1

In the meeting, several MPs said the different energy drinks producing companies were misleading people with adverts indicating that their products boost sexual stamina and correct erectile dysfunction.
16:50
16:50

CMI, Police Release 14 Terror Suspects 1 2

The joint security team picked up the suspects in connection to the blasts at Digida pork joint in Komamboga in Kawempe division, which killed Emily Nyinaneza on the spot and another on Swift Bus that killed Isaac Matovu.
16:31
16:31

Inmate Dies in Mutufu Prison 1

According to prison authorities, the deceased developed some illness and was attended to by the medical staff of the prison.
16:01
16:01

Zimbabwe Courts Uganda Parliament on PAP Presidency 3 2

The continental assembly is currently headed by Zimbabwe’s Chief Fortune Charumbira as Acting President, after elections for a substantive President replacing Cameroon’s Roger Nkodo aborted in South Africa.
14:50
14:50

Machete Wielding Attackers Hack One to Death in Kiryandongo murder 1 1

The attackers raided a video hall belonging to Godfrey Otingcwinyu around 8:30 pm on Sunday and started assaulting people who were found watching a premier league match.
14:39
14:39

Thousands Flee to Kisoro as DRC Army Battles Rebels in North Kivu 2 2

He says that they have been told that the fighting started last night with a rebel group they suspect to be M23. Sounds of gunfire can be heard about five kilometres inside DRC, an indication that fighting is still ongoing.
14:08
14:08

Families Marrying Off Children for Food as Acute Hunger Reaches New Peak - Report 1 Top story

The agency said families facing acute food insecurity, are being forced to make devastating choices to cope with the rising hunger. A vulnerability analysis across the 43 countries surveyed, shows families being forced to eat less or skip meals entirely. Sometimes children are being fed, while parents sacrifice meals, and are forced to go hungry.
13:46
13:46

Land Battles, Balalo "Invasion" Worry Acholi Leaders livelihoods 4 1

Martin Ojara Mapenduzi, the Bardege-Layibi Division MP claims that Government is deliberately frustrating cattle restocking efforts in Acholi by allowing the pastoralists to move freely with their animals despite outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the country.
13:38
13:38

Presidential Directives Generate Mixed Reactions Among Interim Market Leaders 3 1

Mohamed Ssegwanyi, the interim spokesperson of USAFI market also welcomed the presidential directive, saying that they are ready to go back to the elections come February after the approval of the market ordinance.
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