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Oct 2022 48 results
19:28
19:28

Overstay in Power is Not Africa’s Problem-Africa Peer Review Chief 4 1

Professor Eddy Maloka said some leaders tend to want to own resources that are made to benefit the entire country.
19:25
19:25

Gov’t to Roll Out Indoor Residual Spraying in West Nile, Lango 3

Dr. Henry Mwebesa the Director of General Health Services in the Ministry of Health said that the exercise will be implemented through the existing institutional leadership structure to the tune of 8.5 million dollars.
19:00
19:00

Constitutional Court Concludes Hearing Case Against Lubowa Hospital Loan Italian Investor 1

The project which has since stalled was to be financed through promissory notes from the government of Uganda as a Public Private Partnership.
18:41
18:41

NUP Launches Fundraising Campaign For Ugandans Detained in UAE 1 4

Speaking in Kampala, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu-Bobi Wine, NUP party President said as a party they cannot look on when hundreds of Ugandans and other Africans continue to languish in UAE detention centers for lack of money to buy air tickets to travel back to their home countries.
18:26
18:26

Kabarole Missionary Hospital in Dire Need of Renovation, Equipment 4

The hospital which was constructed in 1903 by the Church Missionary Societies is Uganda’s second oldest Missionary hospital after Mengo Hospital.
17:52
17:52

Buikwe Seed School’s Failure to Replace Stolen Computers Worries ICT Candidates 3 1

Buikwe District District Education Officer- DEO, Julius Kizito Musisi, says that the issue of the missing computers was raised to his office and he reported the matter to the police for investigations.
17:39
17:39

UPDF Soldiers Shoot Reformed Cattle Rustler to Death in Moroto Lotisan sub county 1 2

Lokeris Loyep, 52 years was killed on Thursday at the entrance of his gate while going to a nearby bush to answer nature’s call.
17:35
17:35

Over 18,000 P7 Candidates Fail Mocks in West Nile 1 3 Top story

Hajji Swalleh Onzima, the Chairperson of the West Nile Primary School Head Teachers Association, says that the high failure rates resulted from the prolonged industrial action by the teachers that affected syllabus coverage.
17:27
17:27

Kabale State Attorney Arrested Over Bribery Allegations 4 3

Sam Agaba, the Kigezi Regional Inspectorate Officer, says that he received a complaint from a resident who alleged that he was dragged to Kyanamira Police Station last month for criminal trespass.
17:21
17:21

Local Industry Too Small to Cover Mining Businesses- Insurers Insurance 6

As different companies step up their activities, huge amounts of money will be spent covering for any eventualities that might result in loss.
17:11
17:11

Police Launch Investigations into Alleged Kidney Harvest 1

According to Kabanda, he went to Old Kampala Hospital where he was asked to pay Shillings 3.35 million for surgery, which was done on September 25th, 2022 by a doctor he identified as Dr. Alex Mugalu. To his dismay, Kabanda says that when he left the theatre, he had two wounds, one on his forehead and another on the abdomen.
17:11
17:11

Uganda-South Sudan Traders Renew Calls for Compensation 1 4

The 160 traders led by Rashid Manafa, under their umbrella body, Joint Action for the Redemption of Ugandan Traders in South Susan, lost their produce and now want Parliament’s Committee on Trade, Tourism, and Industries to intervene on the matter.
17:00
17:00

Museveni Assents to Computer Misuse Law, Three Others 1 Top story

Sponsored by a private member, the Kampala Central MP Muhammad Nsereko, the law makes it a crime to write, send or share hateful, unsolicited, misleading, or malicious information online.
16:51
16:51

Family Tasks Company to Return Daughter Locked in Saudi Arabian Hospital 4 1

Kyotalimye's uncle, Moses Mubiru Ntwani told journalists at the Uganda Association of External Recruitment Agencies (UERA) offices in Kampala on Thursday that their daughter told them that she has been locked up in a hospital room where she is getting TB treatment.
16:51
16:51

Court Okays Concealment of 70 State Witnesses in Omusinga Mumbere Case Terrorism 1

The Judge has further ordered that Police statements and related material likely to disclose the identities of 28 witness shall be disclosed in a protected manner and the evidence of 42 other witness shall be done in a summary form 15 days prior to their testimonies in court, should charges against the accused persons be confirmed.
16:39
16:39

Two Suspected Ebola Cases Isolated in Kitgum General Hospital 3

Titus Komakech, the Kitgum District Disease Surveillance Focal person says that the 75-year-old woman was identified from Pajimo Heath Center III because she was showing signs of ebola, together with a 12-year-old boy on Wednesday.
16:21
16:21

Mubende Residents, Businessman Agree On Joint Boundary Opening On Disputed Land 1 7

The two warring parties have also agreed that there will be no more arrests and torture of residents as well as halting pending criminal cases against the residents of Kagezi and Kalama villages.
16:08
16:08

Christians Ask UPDF to Rebuild Their Church Destroyed By Chopper 4

Pastor Enock Bwengye, who heads the church, says that their church was well-built, furnished, and fully equipped with electricity when it was damaged by the chopper.
15:37
15:37

Mother, Child Killed by Falling Tree in Kagadi woman 1 1

Valence Hakizimaana, the Burora Sub-county LCIII Chairperson told Uganda Radio Network in an interview on Thursday that the two had gone to collect firewood in the bush when they were hit by the tree.
15:37
15:37

Ex-vandalism Convict Arrested Vandalizing Electricity Transmission Line Power Transmission 1 1

Prior to his arrest on Wednesday evening, Waiswa had just concluded a three year sentence over electricity transmission line vandalism charges, after being arrested and convicted under related circumstances in 2019.
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