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14:35
14:35

Mak VC to Student Leaders: Utilize University Council to Address Your Grievances 4 1

Arinaitwe, representing the Vice Chancellor, urged Nsamba to work closely with the university administration and utilize the university council, where he would be representing students, to discuss and resolve student-related issues.
14:01
14:01

Masaka NUP Office Closed As Police Battle Rowdy Supporters 3 3 Top story

A scuffle ensued when Steven Lukyamuzi, the Kimanya-Kabonera division Chairperson, began reading a press statement asserting the support of all party members in Masaka for the Kunga mobilization campaign and their allegiance to decisions made by the party headquarters.
13:39
13:39

500 Expected at International Business Summit in Kampala

According to the organisers, it is in response to the need to tackle the lagging effects of COVID-19, a pandemic that saw Uganda maintain some of the world's longest lockdowns on business activities.
12:31
12:31

Dokolo By-election: Alwoc Ogwal Promises Tourism Development for Dokolo 5 1

Campaigning in Bata sub-county and Agwata Town Council, Alwoc emphasized her commitment to developing tourist sites and ensuring access to education for all in the district.
11:57
11:57

Fire Guts Homes in Jinja city 1

Immaculate Nakajuyi, who was at work in Jinja central market at the time, learned about the fire through social media posts. She lost her entire stock worth Three Million Shillings, which she had unpacked in her house for sorting before sale.
09:36
09:36

Namisindwa Police Investigate Shooting of Suspect

Namara stated that during the arrest attempt, Chateka resisted and allegedly threatened the officers with dangerous weapons. In the ensuing confrontation, a bullet struck him in the head, resulting in his immediate death.
08:56
08:56

Napak Former Street Children Lack Basic Necessities at School enrolled in schools 5 1 Top story

Esther Nachap, a 14-year-old pupil at Lotome Girls Primary School, highlighted the frustration caused by the lack of basic needs, including sanitary pads for girls experiencing menstrual cycles.
08:17
08:17

UWA Starts Translocation of Kobs to Ajai Wildlife Reserve Uganda Kobs 1 3 Top story

Fred Kiiza, the chief warden in Murchison Falls National Park, explained that the translocation exercise is scheduled to continue this week, with additional batches of Kobs being relocated
08:05
08:05

NWSC, Umeme Trade Barbs over Recurring Water Crisis in Luwero 1 1

Mugoya clarified that water production would resume once power was restored and stated that NWSC had reached out to Umeme to address the issue. Meanwhile, customers were urged to use the available water sparingly.
07:49
07:49

Journalists Ask Police to Identify Goons Who Beat Up Colleague Teso sub region 1 2

Under their umbrella, Teso Journalists for Community Empowerment (TEJFOCE), the journalists expressed concern that since the incident on June 14, 2023, the Police have neither made any arrests nor provided updates on the progress of their investigations.
07:36
07:36

MPs Castigate Akena for “Lying” To Lango Dokolo by-election 1 5

Dokolo South Member of Parliament Felix Okot Ogong stated that Akena will never contest for the presidency and accused him of using false promises to garner support for his candidate. Ogong urged people not to vote for Akena solely because he is the son of the late President Apollo Milton Obote.
07:25
07:25

Bishop Ssebaggala Bids Farewell to Luwero Anglicans House of Bishops 1 1

A week before Wilson Kisekka's enthronement on Sunday, March 24, Bishop Ssebaggala, a retired bishop of Mukono diocese, led his final service at St. Mark's Cathedral, a day ahead of his official retirement date from the caretaker role (March 18, 2024), bidding goodbye to the congregation.
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