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Jun 2022 15 results
19:38
19:38

Government to Use Cameras and Vehicle Trackers to Fight Karimojong Cattle Raiders UPDF 5

Museveni describes the current ongoing raids in Lango, Acholi and Karamoja regions as commercially motivated, perpetuated by some unscrupulous security officials and local leaders in connivance with businessmen in these regions.
19:28
19:28

Kalagala Pastoralists Relieved After Getting Police Post 1 4

The locals say they have been enduring sleepless nights protecting their cattle which have for long been targeted by thieves.
19:19
19:19

Acholi Leaders Petition President Museveni Over Apaa Conflicts Apaa land conflict 1 4

Akol says that on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th of June this year, a group of armed arsonists stormed the area, assaulted and injured twenty-seven people, burnt down 300 huts, and looted several household items, livestock, and poultry noting that it would keep them in abject poverty.
19:08
19:08

Vendors, Arua City Authorities Clash Over Planned Market Demolition 1 3

Habib Govule, the chairperson of the Owino second-hand clothes and Lobida food markets has accused the City authorities of making a decision to demolish the market and evict the vendors without consulting them. Govule wonders why the city continues to collect market dues from them and yet they say the market is illegal.
18:39
18:39

Lango MPs Petition President Museveni to Revive Lira Spinning Mill 3

Cecilia Atim Ogwal, the Dokolo District Woman MP reminded the president that cotton is not a mere textile source as he might consider, arguing that from cotton, oil and cotton seed cake can be extracted for export which can improve the Gross Domestic Product of the country.
18:19
18:19

Starving Karimojong Abandon Saving Groups

Gideon Lokure, chairman Alakara saving group in Sidok sub county in Kaabong district said the culture of savings that the Karimojong families had learnt was dying out due to the current hunger situation.
17:26
17:26

Fort Portal Women Trained in Financial Literacy 4 2

The three-day training at Gardens restaurant in Fort Portal targeted to help women access knowledge to finance accessibility, finding markets, suppliers and strong business records that can be based on by financial institutions while seeking to support women business enterprises.
17:08
17:08

Water Crisis Hits Bunagana as Thousands of Congolese Fleeing Fighting Flood Town m23 rebels 3 3

Ismail Ndayambaje, the Bunagana town council LC3 chairman says that on Sunday morning more than 4,000 refugees have crossed into Bunagana. He admits that the refugees are suffering extremely due to the complete lack of water in the town council since since the crisis started on Saturday.
16:47
16:47

Revive Observance of Covid-19 SOPs to Avoid Another Lockdown -Archbishop Kaziimba Archibishop 1 1

On the same function, Dr. Stephen Mulindwa, the Mukono District Health Officer also appealed to residents who missed out on vaccination process to positively respond. According to him, the 58 person confirmed in the district to have died due covid-19, none of them was vaccinated. So far Mukono district has registered 14 cases of covid-19 in a period of two weeks.
14:53
14:53

Hungry Families Eat Termites in Teso as Starving Karimojong Relocate to Kenya 1

Florence Kulume a mother of nine and a resident of Atira sub county in Serere district goes early morning to look for "Ekoboi" grass which attracts the termites. On a good day she can get 2 kilogrammes of termites which is enough for feeding her big family for a day. They eat the termites fried and drink water while eating them.
14:13
14:13

Kiswahili Lecturers Struggle to Deal with Slangs 4 2

The Chief Editor of Jarid ya Chakama, a Swahili News journal for PHD students of Kiswahili in East Aftica, Prof. Musol Kandagor said they were challenged by the Sheng slang whereby students were mixing it in both spoken and written vocabulary
14:03
14:03

Each Crested Cranes Player to Bag UGX5M for Winning CECAFA Championship 1 1

“We cannot fail to have money for women’s sports when I'm the Speaker," Parliament Speaker Anita Among said. "Part of the money from the budget to be read next week will be ring-fenced for women’s football."
13:09
13:09

291 Guns Recovered, 393 Karimojong Warriors Killed Since July 2021 1 2

Of the weapons recovered by police and the army over 80 guns bear markings of the security forces. During the over 10 years of calm in Karamoja, UPDF recruited LDUs to consolidate security operations. But many of LDUs who deserted disappeared with the guns and instead started using them to attack locals and rob.
12:41
12:41

Has Uganda Attained Middle-Income Status Like President Museveni Said?

“We are no longer in a bad situation; we are in a worse situation and the figures suggesting that we have attained the middle income has not been translated into improved people’s welfare. And remember our debt is almost 50 percent of the GDP which means that half of the economy belongs to somebody else,” says Adrian Ddungu, Economist and Tax Expert.
11:14
11:14

RDC Tells Muslims to Obey NRM Gov’t in Order to Get Big Jobs 1 2

The RDC clarified that before the NRM government appoints anyone in a key position, it first sends its spy team to gather information about that person. If a person is found to have been antagonistic or talking badly about the government, Mutumba says, such a person definitely misses out on the opportunity.
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