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23:04
23:04

Police Arrests Another Group of Global Alliance Workers Over Alleged Extortion 1 1

The arrests were carried out after intelligence which allowed the Police to mount an operation at Atooti area, Soroti East Division within Soroti City on Wednesday.
19:52
19:52

EU Delegation to Engage Gov’t, Partners Despite Anti-EACOP Resolution 4

Nicolas Gonze, the Head of Governance and Human Rights at the EU Delegation in Kampala says that the delegation will continue engaging the parties in Uganda's oil industry regarding the preservation of the environment, the ecosystem and respect for human rights during the implementation of the projects.
19:44
19:44

Three Head Teachers in Luuka Arrested over Misappropriation of Covid-19 Funds police station 1

The funds were 2021 disbursed to refurbish different government primary schools that had been closed during the Covid-19 pandemic.
19:13
19:13

Namuganza Messages, Videos Tabled Before Rules Committee 3 2

Appearing before the committee on Wednesday, the three parliament staff presented printed WhatsApp messages of the Minister and also displayed them on a screen in the committee room.
18:54
18:54

Crime Intelligence Arrests 62 for Vandalism of Electricity Infrastructure 1 2

Out of the 62 suspects, 17 are UMEME staff who were found vandalizing transformers, or selling vandalized conductors.
18:42
18:42

ROKO Mess Could Further Delay Organ Transplant Services at Mulago 1 4

Officials at the hospital told members of the Parliamentary Health Committee who were checking the facility’s readiness to offer tertiary care including organ transplants that some ICT installations, and electrical and plumbing work have not yet been completed.
18:38
18:38

It is Hard to Stop Human Rights Abuses- UHRC Chairperson 6 1

Wangadya notes that despite the complaints raised on rights violations, the commission has made strides in ensuring that the level of rights abuses is scaled down including its perpetrators being held liable.
18:28
18:28

Museveni Questions Need for Judicial Independence 3 2 Top story

Museveni argues that the Judiciary cannot be entirely independent of the other arms of the government and proposes that there should be a convergence of principles of justice because he sees a problem if it's only the judiciary that is benefiting to the detriment of the citizens.
18:14
18:14

MPs Pin Former Mulago Hospital Director on UGX 4B for Interns 1

The committee wants Dr. Baterana to be held liable for another 234.91 million Shillings which remains unaccounted for and should be refunded to the Treasury.
17:41
17:41

Police Identify People Found Chained Inside Church 1 2

The New Jerusalem alias Glory Sinai was on Tuesday raided by police led by Inspector of Police –IP Deo Masereka following a tip-off from the locals. The raid led to the rescue of 12 people who had been chained.
17:40
17:40

Suspected Ebola Deaths Rise to 12 Ministry Of Health 2 2

By Wednesday morning, the death toll stood at eight people. But officials say that two people died this morning in the hospital while three others died in a village in Madudu Sub County, the same area where an Ebola case was confirmed two days ago. The first seven people including an enrolled nurse died before the outbreak was confirmed.
17:27
17:27

Police in Arua Impounds 74 Cartons of City 5 Gin Arua City 2 1

During an operation on Wednesday, police recovered 74 Cartons each containing 24 bottles at a shop in Oluodri trading center, Ayivu Division, Arua City.
17:09
17:09

Bobi Wine Welcomes EU Resolution On Uganda’s Oil Project 1 3

Kyagulanyi concurred with the EU legislators echoing the gross human rights abuses and environmental abuses being involved in the project.
16:59
16:59

Ebola Update; Rwandan Nationals Blocked from Crossing to Katuna 2 1

Authorities have since deployed heavily along the common borders to control the movement of people as one of the measures to contain the disease. Although Rwandan nationals usually cross freely into Ugandan territory, today, they were blocked by military and police personnel and ordered to return to Rwanda.
16:58
16:58

Teenager Killed, Two Others Critically Injured in Murram Pit Accident Koro Primary School 1 1

According to Oboo, the victim and survivors were using hoes to extract the murram from the pit for sale when the heap suddenly collapsed and buried them alive. Okecha, who was on top of the murrum, was already dead by the time he was found.
16:14
16:14

Pastor Sirajje Semanda Slapped with Fresh Charges 1 1

The Prosecution led by Luwero State Roselyn Kipola told Court that between May and June 2019, Pastor Semanda, Chandiru, and others still at large obtained 15.71 million Shillings from Susan Baluka, a resident of Wobulenzi town council promising to give her birds and animals lobbied from Operation Wealth Creation through Prosperous Pastors and Followers SACCO.
16:11
16:11

Entebbe Taxi Drivers Defy Minister's Directive to Return to Usafi, Kisenyi Parks 5

On Friday the Minister for Kampala and Metropolitan Affairs Hajat Minsa Kabanda issued a directive that all taxis that ply Entebbe should relocate to Usafi and Kisenyi taxi parks.
15:56
15:56

Namisindwa Councilors, LC III Chairpersons Want CAO Transfered 1

"Mr. Olaboro Francis has caused a salary crisis within the district whereby some staff who were recruited outside the approved structures have not recieved salaries. He further recruited a senior Physical planner, the position, which is not in the structure," the petitioners note.
15:33
15:33

Bunyoro Residents, Leaders Demand Health Surveillance Following Ebola Outbreak 2 1

The call comes a day after the Ministry of Health confirmed an outbreak of Ebola in Mubende district, an area that shares a common border with Kakumiro district in Bunyoro region. The latest outbreak follows six suspicious deaths in Mubende district so far this month. Eight suspected cases are receiving care in a health facility.
15:14
15:14

Student Loses Bid to Return to School following Suspension Over Drugs

In her affidavit, Natukunda, a student of Divinity, Entrepreneurship, and Literature (DEL) explained that on August 12th, 2022 while other students were receiving report cards, she recieved a suspension letter dated August 11th, 2022 on allegations of misconduct and wasn't given chance to defend herself.
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