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Sep 2023 17 results
17:23
17:23

Two Sentenced to 7 Years Imprisonment Over Child Trafficking 1

The victims were later handed to special investigations department of police Kireka where upon interrogation, they said they were going for work and others for Islamic studies.
17:09
17:09

Gov’t Clears Private Investors in Electricity Transmission Network 2

Eng. Ziria Tibalwa Waako, ERA’s Chief Executive Officer told URN that in the emerging markets of the Independent Power Transmission (IPT) model, a private player develops, finances, builds, and operates a single transmission network asset under a long-term tendered contract.
17:04
17:04

Kyagulanyi Vows to Continue National Tours Despite Police Ban 1

On Wednesday, the police issued a statement signed by the deputy Inspector General of police Tumusiime Katsigazi banning NUP's tours, saying they had veered off what had been agreed upon before the police allowed them to go ahead two weeks ago.
16:54
16:54

Leaders in Masaka City Call for Public Audit on Suspicious Loss of Public Properties masaka city council 1 5

Apparently, a section of leaders led by the Leader of Opposition in Parliament Mathias Mpuuga Nsamba also MP for Nyendo Mukungwe are considering conducting a public hearing on the controversial loss of the properties, as one of the ways of recovering them.
16:21
16:21

Lawyer Asks Court to Dismiss Charges Against CPS Bombing Suspects Bomb at CPS 2

The prosecution, led by State Attorney Joseph Kyomuhendo, requested an adjournment, stating they needed more time to disclose evidence to the defense and file an application for witness protection.
13:00
13:00

Gov't To Double Youth Enrolment In Presidential Industrial Hubs 3 1

Okello notes that the region witnessed a two-decade-long Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebel insurgency that affected many families, leaving them unable to educate their children.
12:26
12:26

Intern Doctors Protest Insecurity, Lack of Accommodation 4 1

Dr. Osinde Ochieng, the Head of Interns at the hospital, expressed frustration about the lack of accommodation for intern doctors at or near the hospital and questioned why this issue has not been addressed by the hospital administration.
12:15
12:15

We Are Ready to Deal with Bobi Wine Violence, Sectarianism- Gen Katsigazi 1

In his statement released on Wednesday, Gen Katsigazi halted all NUP activities and emphasized the need for proactive measures to protect citizens and property, rather than waiting for towns and cities to deteriorate into chaos before responding.
11:00
11:00

We are Victims of Govt Incompetencies: Grain Dealers 9 1

UNBS insists that the grain processors and transporters have a lot to do to prove food safety for Ugandans and the export market, condemning how some handle grain in appalling environments.
10:32
10:32

Hoima LCV By-Election: Electoral Commission Warns Against Chaos by election 1 1

During a pre-polling stakeholders meeting held at Dwoli Primary School Wednesday evening, the Electoral Commission Chairperson, Justice Simon Byabakama emphasized that any instances of electoral violence during or after the elections would not be tolerated.
10:10
10:10

Retired EAC Employee Battles for Unpaid Pension 5 6 Top story

Tindimwebwa however says him and his fellow affected workers in 1996 sued government of Uganda after their efforts to demand for pension hit a dead end. In November, 2000, the Government of Uganda and former EAC employees signed an out of court settlement in which the government was to pay at least shillings 45 billion retirement benefits to the group that had been frustrated by the abrupt termination of their contracts.
09:23
09:23

Assoc. Prof. Anguma Appointed Second Muni University Vice Chancellor 1 Top story

Anguma joined Muni University in 2015, coming from Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST), where he had various roles, including Dean of the Faculty of Science. At Muni University, he also held the position of Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Academic Affairs.
09:10
09:10

Tooro Reaches Climax of King Oyo’s 28th Coronation Anniversary 2 Top story

Richard Karozi, the ritual bearer and head of Kingdom regalia, explained in an interview with URN that during the final ritual, the King, as the head of the Kingdom, is taken to Muchwa, a traditional court, where he presides over nine cases.
08:55
08:55

Implementation of Uganda’s Energy Policy to Cost UGX 930 Trillion energy transition 1 3 Top story

Eng. Ziria Tibalwa Waako, the Chief Executive Officer of the Electricity Regulatory Authority – ERA notes that Uganda is experiencing economic growth and rapid urbanization, which drive a steady increase in energy demand.
08:20
08:20

The Kyabazinga Tells Off Encroachers 1

Addressing his subjects during the ninth coronation anniversary at the Namungalwe town council headquarters in Iganga district Wednesday, Gabula explained that since the establishment of the kingdom, their focus has been on partnering with investors.
07:35
07:35

Lango Registered 9% Increase in Viral Load Suppression in Five Years 5

Donggo attributes the significant increase in the VLS rate to the implementation of Youth and Adolescence Programs (YAPs), which have encouraged HIV-positive adolescent youths to seek and adhere to medication.
07:28
07:28

Five Arrested for Causing UGX 99M Financial Loss to Gov’t 1

In a statement released on the official X account (formerly Twitter) on Wednesday, the Inspectorate of Government said the suspects acted contrary to Section 20 (1) of the Anti-Corruption Act, 2009, and caused financial loss to the government of Uganda exceeding 99 million Shillings.
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