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Jul 2023 21 results
16:53
16:53

Sniffer Dogs Aid Arrest of 6,000 Suspects in Six Months 2 1

Dr. Martin Mugume, who heads the police canine unit, states in the report that the breeding and training center has enabled them to provide sniffer dogs to all major police stations. He says that the highly skilled dogs have been instrumental in tracking suspects from crime scenes to their hideouts.
16:37
16:37

Pupil Arrested for Attempted Poisoning of Teacher

School administrators declined to comment on the matter, stating that the pupil has been handed over to the Ikumbya Police Station for further investigation.
16:22
16:22

Uganda Clays Pays Half A Shilling A Share Dividend

Each shareholder will receive three times less than they received for 2021 of 1.5 Shillings for every share held, which was also a record high for the company in years.
16:18
16:18

Kyambogo Phases Out Some Diploma Programs 1 4 Top story

The vice Chancellor, Prof. Eli Katunguka, says that the move will enable the institution to concentrate on its core strengths.
16:03
16:03

Court Okays Trial of Politicians in Karamoja Iron Sheets Scandal 2 1 Top story

In his ruling on Tuesday, Justice Lawrence Gidudu indicated that Mabirizi had the locus to file the application before Court, but his application was misconceived.
14:55
14:55

Man Commits Suicide Suspecting Lover of Infidelity

Kuneena allegedly decided to take his own life after discovering voice notes on his girlfriend's WhatsApp, in which she expressed admiration for another man. This led to a disagreement between the love birds on Monday.
14:38
14:38

Kabale District Struggles to Settle 13 Court Cases 2

According to Manzi, the district is unable to raise funds to engage legal advisors from the office of the solicitor general in Mbarara to handle the case.
14:21
14:21

3 killed in Kigezi in Three days

The murder victim is Hamlet Tusasibwe,50. Her son, Onesimus Atuzarirwe, says he went to check on his mother after returning from school and couldn't see her.
14:14
14:14

Farmers Cry Out as " Famine Weed" Spreads to Koboko, 4 1 Top story

Parthenium hysterophorus L. (Asteraceae) is an invasive alien weed with detrimental effects on agricultural production, biodiversity, human and animal health. Farmers say it causes premature births when eaten by goats and sheep.
14:01
14:01

Unknown Assailants Kill Man, Dump Body in Stream

John Wagoli, the area LCI Chairperson says that unknown people clobbered Mukone with a hammer on the head before dumping his body in the stream.
13:50
13:50

Lack of Government Schools Irks Communities in Kasensero Town Council 2 3

Located along the shores of Lake Victoria, Kasensero is the biggest landing site in Kyotera district. It was elevated to a Town Council in July 2018. But with a population of close to 15,000 people, the area does not have a single government school at both primary and secondary levels.
13:47
13:47

Minister's Trial for Dealing in Stolen Property Flops for 5th Time 1

On June 16th 2023, Prosecution told Court that some of the witnesses they had been coming to court with ready to testify, had been arrested by the Inspectorate of Government -another prosecutorial body- and jailed on embezzlement charges.
12:57
12:57

Police Battle Rioting Students at Kabalega Secondary School strike 1 1

Information obtained by URN shows that the students started rioting after midnight in protest of a ban on mobile phones and the suspension of casual wear in the precincts of the school. They reportedly smashed the glass panes in the dormitories and classrooms compelling the administration to call for police intervention.
12:30
12:30

Teacher Arrested for Alleged Theft of School Food Items in Napak In Napak district 5 1

The teacher, identified as Emmanuel Longok landed himself into trouble when the community spotted him picking food items from the school stores and loading them on his motorcycle on Saturday.
09:50
09:50

We are Ready for Agribusiness Investments-West Nile Leaders 3

The West Nile region, situated on the border with South Sudan and DR Congo, is home to 12 districts and has a population estimate of 3.5 million people. The region is characterized by cross-border trade, subsistence farming, and minimal commercial farming.
08:49
08:49

Experts Call for Sensitization, Increased Funding for Child Rights Protection programs 4

Even with the 1995 Constitution, the enactment of laws such as the Children Act, the provision of free legal aid by civil society organizations, and free education by the government, children continue to fall victim to sexual abuse, torture, and child labor among other forms of the violation of their rights.
08:14
08:14

Revitalizing the Savings Culture Among Learners through Saving Clubs 2 8

Undeterred, Lukoma says he joined a savings club at school and diligently deposited a portion of his daily allowance of Shillings 500, which he earned by showcasing his singing and dancing skills at parties in his neighborhood. To date, Lukoma has saved over Shillings 70,000.
07:54
07:54

Karamoja Stakeholders Pass Resolutions on Electoral Reforms Uganda 1 4

Over 1,620 individuals from Moroto, Nakapiripirit, and Napak districts actively contributed their inputs to enhance ownership of reforms and promote the development of Karamoja Regional Reforms on constitutional and political matters in Uganda.
07:41
07:41

Crested Cranes Assistant Coach Calls for Composure from Defenders to Enhance Play-Building 1 1

The Crested Cranes are currently preparing to face Rwanda in the first qualification phase, with the first leg scheduled for July 11th, 2023 at St. Mary's Stadium, and the return leg to be played in Rwanda a week later.
07:36
07:36

UN Women Equipping Girls with Coding Skills to Bridge Digital Gender Gaps 5

The ten-day coding camp, taking place from July 1st to 10th, 2023, is designed to empower girls as computer programmers, creators, and designers, paving the way for them to pursue studies and careers in the male-dominated fields of ICT, education, and coding.
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