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17:54
17:54

Rajiv Ruparelia Asked to Comply to Environmental Laws 2 3

The NEMA Executive Director Dr. Akankwasah Barirega says that the developer has been ordered to adjust locations for the hotel, solid waste management site and waste disposal system.
17:50
17:50

15 Graduate to Offer Assistance to People with Disabilities 1 6

Silvester Kasozi the Country Director for Light for the World, said that initially the people with disabilities were only helped by their relatives and sympathizers to help them move to different locations, cross the roads, take elevators and many other issues.
17:45
17:45

Violations Against Men Hindering Women Participation 3 2

The MP appealed to authorities to ensure the release of political prisoners saying that some children are not in school because of their fathers who are the bread winners are in prison.
17:39
17:39

Hoima Residents Protest Sorry State of Roads as Equipment Remains Confiscated 3 1

Most roads in the district have become impassable with various potholes hence frustrating movement. Transportation of agricultural produce to market centers has equally become difficult.
16:44
16:44

Military Court in DRC Sentences Two ADF Collaborators to 15 Years of Hard Labour

In the judgment, Major Mufungayi also ordered the convicts to pay a fine worth 200,000 Congolese Francs, equivalent to 361,340 Shillings.
16:29
16:29

Muslims in Mbarara Petition Minister to Intervene in Land Row 4 2

The land in question measures 47.8 Hectares and is located in Nyamitanga Mbarara City wrangle. It is being currently occupied by more than 3,000 people.
16:21
16:21

Neck Circumference Can Show Risk of Developing NCDs 1 4

The experts found those that had bigger necks developed NCDs after some time of follow-up and now recommend that neck circumference can be used by health workers to determine those at risk of developing disease so that they can work towards preventing illness.
16:12
16:12

Masaka Diocese Using Social Media to Collect Views on Synod Reforms Synod on Synodality 3

Reverend Father James Ssendege, the Masaka Diocese Pastoral Coordinator who is also leading the local consultation teams, says in addition to physical meetings they have also resorted to social media platform as a medium of receiving the views.
15:32
15:32

Deputy Speaker Rejects MP Zaake’s Private Apology 1 5 Top story

Sources who preferred anonymity in order not to jeopardize their relationship with the powerful deputy speaker, said Zaake went to Anita’s office with a written apology but she declined accepting it instead asking him to use the same channels he used while slandering her.
15:03
15:03

Court Upholds Dismissal of Civil Aviation Official 1

According to the complaint, the prescribed mask was N95 whose open market price was 150,000 shillings for each box yet Siiku purchased each box at 260,000 Shillings.
13:36
13:36

Traders Resume Supplying Food to Karamoja

Peter Wamuno, the Secretary of, Moroto Traders Association says that the traders have resumed supplying food to the region after the security personnel assured them of safety.
13:22
13:22

Fishermen Seek Changes in Fisheries and Aquaculture Bill 1 4

Stanley Wadimba, a fisherman at Buvuma says the bill is aimed at amplifying the brutality of people depending on the lake. He wonders why fishermen with expired licenses should be arrested, detained, and charged before the court at the same time and the boat impounded.
12:32
12:32

Nabilatuk Turn to Women to Advocate for Peace 3 1

In Karamoja, while men are seen at the forefront of raids, the women cook food and treat them when they return with injuries. The warriors also believe that meeting a woman while setting off for raids is a good omen.
12:17
12:17

HIV Positive Teenagers in Kwania Want Friendly Corners at Health Centres MINISTRY OF HEALTH 2

Records from the ART Clinic at Aduku Health Center IV show that of the current 3,896 clients enrolled on ARVs, only 3,196 are adhering to treatment while 700 clients have absconded for the last three months.
12:06
12:06

Makerere University Students, Staff to Get Laptops on Hire Purchase Stanbic Bank 1 4

According to the MOU, the learners and staff will be able to purchase laptops between 2.5 Million to 5 Million Uganda Shillings depending on one’s preference.
11:23
11:23

Indian National On the Run for Conning Pharmaceuticals UGX 20B 1 1

Gurjinder would allegedly force his employees to give him the biggest percentage of the money they have acquired from banks to him. The commercial banks and pharmaceutical manufacturers have dragged Gurjinder who is facing fraud probe under criminal reference CID/C40/207.
11:13
11:13

Court Quashes PPDA Report Incriminating Former OPM PS on Covid-19 Food Relief OPM Scandal 1

According to Guwatudde, the PPDA exhibited bias against her by failing to take into the government urgency for procurement and distribution of Covid-19 relief food ideas which procurement process was started by the Commissioner, Disaster and Preparedness Management on the April 1st, 2020, and commenced distribution of Covid relief food items on April 4th, 2020.
10:55
10:55

Total to Review Kyotera Compensation Rates 3 1

Martin Tiffen, the General Manager- East African Crude Oil Pipeline Project- EACOP says they agreed to consider revised rates of 2020/2021 which Kyotera District leaders presented to the Chief Government Valuer for approval.
10:07
10:07

Religious, Cultural Leaders in Rwenzori Region Commit to End GBV 6 2

In Kasese, more than 6,000 girls under the age of 19 years went for their first antenatal in various health facilities, and over 200 cases of violence against children were reported at police in 2021.
09:27
09:27

1,500 Ugandans Acquire Extra Drug Resistant TB Every Year- Ministry of Health 4 1

Extensively drug-resistant TB is a type of Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis that does not respond to second-line medication like Isoniazid and Rifampicin or fluoroquinolone.
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