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21:59
21:59

Uganda-Rwanda Border Reopening: Katuna Border Registers Slight Increase of Trucks 2 3

Honest Tahinduka, a clearing agent at the Katuna border told URN on Tuesday evening that he had cleared three trucks, which he described as a positive development. He revealed that when the border closed, he joined iron ore mining due to unemployment.
20:44
20:44

Eviction of Street Vendors Dominates Meeting Between KCCA Political, Technical Staff 5

The truth-telling meeting held at Sheraton Hotel brought together the Minister for Kampala Hajjat Minsa Kabanda, the Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, Deputy Lord Mayor Doreen Nyanjura, Division Mayors, Town Clerks and Directors from different directorates under KCCA.
20:16
20:16

Three Fuel Vendors Perish in Mbale Fire, Another Hospitalized 1

The trio, all residents of Nakaloke in Mbale City died in a fire outbreak on Tuesday afternoon. Police says that the fire victims had stocked fuel in jerrycans in their house
18:37
18:37

Ignore NGOs, Museveni Tells Oil Companies as they Commit to Get Oil Flowing in 2025 Oil and Gas 5 1

“We are fully aware of the important social and environmental challenges it represents. We will pay particular attention to use local skills, to develop them through training programs, to boost the local industrial sector in order to maximize the positive local return of this project," said TotalEnergies CEO Patrick Pouyanné.
18:29
18:29

UPDF Calls for Harmony Along W. Nile, DR Congo, S. Sudan Border 3 2

Speaking during the launch of the Tarehe Sita week in Arua City on Tuesday, Jackson Kayanja, the 409 Brigade Commander, said that there are pockets of insecurity relating to illegal guns, theft of animals, and border conflicts between Uganda, DR Congo, and S. Sudan which require the cooperation of the ‘Wanainchi’ to get rid of.
18:18
18:18

MUBs Freshers Struggle to Find Living Space, Hostels Full University 1 3

Julian Muhindo, a fresher from Kasese district explained that she was disappointed when she reported on Saturday and was told to hold on until February 22 if she is to find space in the hostel she had booked.
18:08
18:08

Lack of Quorum Affecting Supreme Court Performance- Justice Amoko 1

"Presently, we have a justice on sick leave, one already retired in December last year, and another Justice is about to retire in February this year", reads Justice Amoko’s report.
17:47
17:47

Uganda Registering Cases of Extra Drug-Resistant TB-Experts MInistry of Health 2

Dr. John Paul Otuba, a TB specialist working in Mulago's TB Treatment unit, says the main cause of XDR TB is manmade. He says many patients with Multiple Drug Resistant TB (MDR TB) and XDR fail to adhere to the treatment.
17:45
17:45

Catholic Church Embarks on World's Largest Consultation in History 4 1

The road to the celebration of the Synod is divided into three phases: a diocesan phase, a continental phase, and ultimately a decisive phase at the level of the Universal Church. process that will be carried out by listening to all of the baptized, starting from small Christian communities known locally as obubondo or obutabi, to sub-parish, parish, and finally the diocesan level.
17:37
17:37

Clinical Officer In Custody on Allegations of Raping Patient victim

The Kiira regional police surgeon, Vincent Masinde examined the patient and confirmed that she had indeed been sexually abused. The report shows that the rape victim sustained tears in her private parts and lost a lot of blood, which left her unconscious for close to three hours.
17:21
17:21

Parliament Tasks Gov’t on Return of Fr. Lokodo’s Body Fr. Simon Lokodo 2 1

During the plenary on Tuesday, the Bukooli County MP. Solomon Silwany raised a procedural matter questioning the government’s plans regarding the return of Fr. Lokodo’s remains and his burial arrangements.
17:04
17:04

Lands Ministry Summons Multiplex Over Slow USMID Roadworks 2 4

A fortnight ago, Kabale municipal leaders led by the Mayor, Emmanuel Sentaro Byamugisha, and Rev. Fr. Balthazar Ndyomugabe, the President of Kabale Municipal Development Forum claimed that the company has not yet started opening Bwankosa and Nyerere roads.
16:14
16:14

UPDF Commences Second Phase of Operation Shujja in DRC 2 1

Major Peter Mugisa, the Spokesperson of Operation Shujja told journalists on Tuesday that they had commenced the second phase of the operation Shujja going through the Uganda-Mpondwe border post and Lubilhiha in DRC.
15:24
15:24

Besigye’s Refusal to Stand, Muntu's Departure Injured FDC 2021 Polls - POA 1

While adressing FDC party leaders from Kigezi subregion in Kabale District, Amuriat said that Besigye who had reportedly been dragged into holding the party flag for the fourth time in the 2016 presidential elections, refused to contest again in 2021,arguing that it was impossible to win an election whose outcome would be decided by Museveni.
15:23
15:23

Soldier Succumbs to Wounds Resulting from Brawl police spokesperson

During the scuffle, Ngobi reportedly stabbed Kwewana with a knife in the neck and fled into hiding. Kwewana bled profusely and was rushed to Jinja Regional Referral Hospital emergency unit for further management.
15:00
15:00

Mbale City Dwellers Complain Over Non Functional Security Lights 2 5 Top story

James Namabale and hakim Watenyeli both residents of Mbale City said that the security lights have in the past helped to curb insecurity within the city but now the vice has returned due to the darkness especially on Nabuyonga Rise and Bishop Wasike Road. They said that the city authorities installed lights which are of low quality.
14:58
14:58

Unidentified Body Found in LCI Chairman's Compound in Rubirizi Uganda Police Force 1 4

Ann Kengazi Bworeka, the wife to the Chairperson LC 1 in whose compound the body was found this morning says she was shocked at seeing the body of a person she couldn’t identify when she woke up this morning at 6:00 am
14:41
14:41

Clan Chief, 20 Others Remanded for Destroying Shea Nut Trees 6

Kassimiro Ongom, the Patongo Clan leader told Uganda Radio Network that they arrested Jimmy Olula, the head of the Wol clan for giving permission to a local to cut shea nut trees in his garden.
14:26
14:26

State Completes Inquiries into Kakwenza's Offensive Communication Case 1 2

State Attorney Joan Keko has told court that police have finished the investigations and they were ready to share the evidence they intend to use against Kakwenza wtht his lawyers in order for both parties to prepare themselves for the trial.
14:13
14:13

Namisindwa District Engineer Arrested, Charged With Corruption 2

The CID Spokesperson, Charles Twine, says that they have slapped Mulekule with charges of embezzlement of Government money and causing financial loss.
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