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May 2022 40 results
18:20
18:20

Vaccination of Children Will Not Be Forceful- Mrs Museveni 3 1

Janet Museveni said that the vaccination of children will be by consent from parents.
18:15
18:15

NCDC Teachers Reorientation Ends up With Non-Teachers 3

John Okumu, the manager Secondary Department at NCDC explains that in the Masaka district, they arrested five Boda boda riders impersonating teachers with fake letters during the reorientation program.
18:10
18:10

MPs Oppose UGX 7.5Bn Budget for New Sub-County Police Posts 4 1

Parliament’s Budget Committee has criticized a Shillings 7.5 billion budget request by the Uganda Police Force to construct police posts at sub-county level in order to secure funds for the Parish Development Model (PDM).
17:57
17:57

Hundreds Flock Fort Portal Mortuary to Identify Accident Victims 2 1

Many people can be seen gathering around the mortuary wailing and sobbing, attempting to gain access to the doorway. Hospital management at one time had to seek assistance from the UPDF personnel to manage the crowds.
17:38
17:38

Parliament Tasks Health Minister on Malaria Targets 1 1

Parliament has directed the Minister of Health, Dr. Jane Aceng to present a statement on measures taken to eradicate malaria and ensure that the 2030 target is met.
17:35
17:35

Poor Welfare of Journalists Worries Media Experts 3

The experts observe that a number of journalists are poorly paid, work without pay, are not compensated for extra hours, and work without proper protective gear.
17:06
17:06

Physical Planning Board Outs Regulations for Establishing Pump Fuel Stations 5 1

Addressing journalists at the government-owned Uganda media center on Wednesday, the Lands, Housing and Urban Development Minister, Judith Nabakooba, said that there is a growing concern about the increasing number of pump fuel stations mostly in Urban areas, particularly in the Kampala Metropolitan area.
16:58
16:58

MPs Shocked that Uganda Land Commission has No Inventory 4 1

Roland Ndyomugyenyi, the Rukiga County MP wondered why the Government continues to pay the Commission, and proposed that their budget for the FY 2022/23 be differed until their roles and scope of work are properly defined.
16:43
16:43

Gov’t Halts Plan to Establish Regional Museums 3 1

However, speaking at the sideline of a media briefing at the Uganda Media Center, Samuel Kizaalwa the Assistant Commissioner for Museums and Monuments revealed that the plan has been set aside to allow for the development of the National Museum at Kiira Road in Kampala and the existing regional museums in Moroto, Soroti and Kabale district.
16:42
16:42

Buganda Loses Bid to Block Construction on Disputed Land in Sembabule 2

In his ruling, the Masaka High Court Registrar Julius Barore faulted the Buganda Land Board for failing to produce certificates of ownership of the said land, which would form a basis to confirm the legitimate owners of the land.
16:24
16:24

Kampala Minister Tables KCCA Act Amendment KCCA Amendment bill 1 1

The Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Amendment Act 2015, which established the positions of speaker and deputy speaker is silent on their facilitation and emoluments. Parliament recently recommended that the KCCA Act is amended to ensure that the Minister has powers to determine the emoluments of the political leaders.
15:40
15:40

Fresh Fall Army Worm Outbreak Reported in Bulambuli 1

The District Agriculture Officer, Joel Wamboza, says that the worms have affected Nabongo, Bwikhonge, Bulugeni and Bunambutye sub-counties and Bulambuli town council.
15:38
15:38

Army Worm Outbreak Leaves Adjumani Farmers Counting Losses 3 1

The presence of the migratory pests in the area has already destroyed an estimated 50 acres of maize gardens and several acres of pastures.
15:25
15:25

Parliament Directs Transport Minister to Probe Link Bus Accident road accidents 1 1

Two fatal accidents occurred today and the one at Sebitoli along the Fort Portal-Kampala Highway claimed lives of 20 people. The Traffic Police Spokesperson Faridah Nampiima said that out of the 20, thirteen were adults and seven minors.
15:09
15:09

Mbarara City, St Joseph’s University Partner to Plant Trees 2

Rev Fr Charles Mutabaruka, the University Public Relations Manager says because of the high global warming that has had an effect on the agricultural sector and raised pollution, there is a need to plant trees that clean the air.
15:07
15:07

Man on the Run for Allegedly Killing his Brother

Yokonia Matayabu, the Kajorogho village local council chairperson in Kyondo sub-county in Kasese District, says that the two brothers were seen together cooking cassava flour (Obundu).
14:54
14:54

UBF Boss Confident He Will Win Africa’s Boxing Top Seat moses muhangi 2 1 Top story

According to Muhangi, he intends to use the continental boxing governing body to improve the status of boxing in the country. Muhangi will be competing against Bertrand Mendouga, and Anthony Jamal, the presidents of the Cameroon and Kenya boxing federations respectively.
14:20
14:20

CECAFA Women's Championship Will Help Shape-up Team - Coach Lutalo 1 2

The coach has summoned 47 players to begin preparations for the regional championship slated for May 22 to June 5th at the FUFA technical Centre in Njeru.
14:08
14:08

Police Names Mbale-Tirinyi Road Accident Victims 1 1 Top story

Immaculate Alaso, the Bukedi North Police Spokesperson identifies the deceased as Fatima Namarome and Kurusum Nambafu, both residents of Mbale City, Isaka Kafero, David Mulabi and another male adult.
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