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May 2023 30 results
20:56
20:56

Ugandan Troops Recover 120 Stolen Cows From Nyatura Militia 2 1

According to Captain Ahmad Hassan Kato, the Public Relations Officer of the Ugandan troops, the operation to recover the animals was conducted in coordination with the locals of Buhimba Village approximately 9 kilometers from Kiwanja town council where they had been stolen.
16:28
16:28

UGX 1.150B Neeed for Public Address System, Roofing of Sitting Arena at Anglican Martyrs Shrine 3 1

Uganda Martyrs Development Committee Chairperson Retired Bishop Jackson Matovu said roofing of the sitting arena is estimated to cost 620 million while the public address system will cost 520 million Shillings.
16:09
16:09

Mabirizi Awarded UGX 5m in Access to Information Case Compensation 2

Mabirizi wrote to the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Works and Transport on July 23, 2021, seeking access to all procurement correspondences, decisions and Memorandum of Understanding with Joint Stock Company Global Security to install tracking devices in all public and private vehicles and motorcycles in Uganda.
15:55
15:55

Body of Unknown Man Recovered from River 1 1

According to John Robert Adupa, the LC 3 Chairperson of Lotisan Sub County, residents from Kidepo who were following the footprints of suspected thieves were alerted by someone from Looyarakamwae village in Rupa Sub County that an unidentified man had been murdered in the area.
15:31
15:31

Strange Skin Disease Attacks Moroto Residents MINISTRY OF HEALTH 1 3

Residents say that the infection akin to Chickenpox manifests with itchy patches all over the body. It was first reported from schools but spread in the community when children returned home for holidays.
14:59
14:59

Gov't Delivers 10,000 Doses of FMD Vaccines to Alebtong District 3

The area has also been battling anthrax and Black Quarter Disease since last year. The Ministry of Agriculture has now delivered 10,000 doses of Foot and Mouth Disease vaccines and 1,350 doses of bronchitis, for the vaccination against Black Quarter Disease and anthrax.
14:48
14:48

East Africa Should Transit to Renewable Energy Its Way - Experts 6

Peter Muliisa, the Head of Legal at the Uganda National Oil Company, says it is wrong for the proponents of the transition to isolate oil and gas companies from the discussions as it happened at the Conference of Parties on climate protection (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland.
14:44
14:44

Suspected Thug Gunned Down in Kikuube cattle thief 1

According to reports, police received intelligence that the deceased, who had been on the police's wanted list for alleged cattle theft for a long time was hiding in one of the houses belonging to an accomplice, only identified as Banaba, in the the neighboring village of Kaziniro.
14:25
14:25

Mabirizi's Move to Block Trial of Iron Sheets Suspects Lacks Merit - AG OPM Scandals 1 2

Mabirizi's application was filed in April 2023, arguing that some suspects, including the Vice President, Speaker, Prime Minister, Ministers, Members of Parliament, and Members of Local Government Councils, cannot be held criminally liable as they are not holders of offices in the public service.
13:57
13:57

Government to Release UGX 3 billion for Damaged Roads in Kigezi 4 3

Ecweru revealed that UGX 2 billion will be used to rehabilitate the damaged roads in Kabale and Kisoro, while UGX 1 billion will go to Rukungiri. He added that the funds will be released after the meeting.
13:02
13:02

Rampant Strikes Blamed on Lack of Problem Solving Skills Among Students 1 4

Citing a secondary school in Oyam district where students staged strikes twice last term, Victoria Anyango, a consultant with Foundation for Inclusive Community Help (FICH) explains that the strike is a clear indication that students do not understand problems and solutions to the problems around them.
12:30
12:30

Odonga Otto Hands Self to Police in Gulu 5 1

Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson David Ongom Mudong told the press Monday that it wasn’t yet clear whether Otto will record a statement or only have a meeting with the Regional Police Commander Damali Nachuha.
11:54
11:54

Residents Break into Namwiwa Police Post, Lynch Suspect

During the investigation, a sniffer dog was seen resting on Muhairwe's bed, which further infuriated the angry residents who had attempted to lynch the suspect earlier that day but were deterred by standby security personnel.
11:46
11:46

Joint Security Operatives Apprehend Suspected Terrorists in Nabweru 6 4 Top story

According to the UPDF first division spokesperson, Major Charles Kabona, security forces were investigating a suspected terrorist cell. They received intelligence that a group of criminal elements was using an unfinished bungalow house located 200 meters from Kukye Nabweru (Nabweru-Nansana Road) as their hideout to plan a bomb attack in the metropolitan area.
11:30
11:30

Suspected Armed Street Begger Further Remanded 1

The court presided over by Grade One Magistrate Sienna Owomugisha, further remanded Kintu on the grounds that the State Attorney Lydia Nakato, who is personally conducting his case, is unwell.
11:18
11:18

Government, Dealers Laying Ground to Boost Solar Energy Usage in Production.

Though solar-powered solutions are looked at as more reliable answers to several challenges in the various sectors, as well as a relevant response to the climate change crisis, for various reasons, their uptake is still low countrywide.
10:59
10:59

Man Wanted Over Sibling's Death

According to eyewitnesses who spoke on condition of anonymity, Kasajja was bathing outside his house on Sunday night when his brother, Sam Jalu, confronted him over his reluctance to subdivide the family land. Jalu allegedly hit Kasajja in the left chest area with a metallic object before fleeing the scene.
10:51
10:51

UNRA Needs Three Weeks to Repair Damaged Kabale-Kisoro Road 1 4

Despite UNRA's advice to use the alternative route of 88 kilometers via Katuna-Rubaya-Muko and the 20-kilometer Kabale-Lake Bunyonyi-Kachwekano-Rubona-Heisesero roads, some drivers of buses and trucks chose to cross the damaged road section, forcing UNRA to close it.
10:41
10:41

Gov't Lauches Study into the Sources, Type of Pollutants in Kampala 4 1

The study will be led by experts from the Uganda Lung Institute and Makerere University in collaboration with Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA). An automatic High-Volume Aerosol Sampler, the DIGITEL enviro-sense, has been installed in the KCCA lower gardens to draw in air from neighboring areas for analysis.
10:26
10:26

Retired UPDF Lieutenant, Three Others Arrested for Cattle Theft police 1

They were arrested on Friday night during an operation conducted by the police under the leadership of the Hoima District Police Commander, Jackson Bogere, in response to numerous public complaints about rampant cattle theft in the district.
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