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Kyotera NRM offices turn into Training Facility 2 3

Haruna Kyeyune Kasolo, the Kyotera District NRM party Chairperson, says they resolved to convert the offices into a training center so as to benefit many people especially women and youths by providing them with more skills training.
07:37
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Kyotera Chairman Threatens to Incite Residents Against UPDF Soldiers 1 2 Top story

According to Kisekulo, several fishmongers in Kasensero and Kyotera markets are now jobless because of harassment by the UPDF solders. He warned the minister during the official opening of Kasolo Foundation training facility in Kyotera to reign in on the soldiers or else he will incite the fishermen to rise against them.
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Kayihura Reinstates Evicted Families on Disputed Land forceful eviction 2 2

Henry Baguma, the Sembabule Resident District Commissioner, says Police erroneously executed the eviction order.
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Museveni Stops Recruitment of Vigilantes in Bukomansimbi vigilante groups 2 1

Muhammad Kateregga, the Bukomansimbi LC V Chairman, says the vigilantes were being recruited in good faith, adding that police isnt well facilitated to respond to emergencies.
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Local Govts Sue URA over VAT Remittances funding gaps 1

Led by Jude Mbabaali, the Masaka LCV Chairman and Muhammad Kateregga of Bukomansimbi district, the local leaders are accusing Uganda Revenue Authority of failing to remit the Value Added Tax contributions to local governments across the country.
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Prof Ddumba Appointed Muteesa One University Council Vice Chairman 1

Prof. Kasule says he is open to dialogue whenever there are challenges and misunderstandings to steer the Buganda Kingdom founded university to greater heights.
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MP Kiyingi Airlifted to Thailand in Critical Condition age limits 1 Top story

The MP has been battling complications in his lungs since November 2017. He was hospitalised at Agha Khan Hospital late last year but his health deteriorated early this year.
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Luganda Dominance Frustrates Revival of Kooki Language kooki chiefdom 3 1 Top story

ajj Ahmed Kiwanuka, the Kooki Chiefdom Prime Minister says the dominance by Luganda and the fact that there is no written literature about Rukooki have frustrated their efforts to revive the language.
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Vendors Clash Over Temporary Space masaka main market 1 2

Josephine Namusoke, one of the cloth vendors wondered how she can operate in the same area with a Nile perch vendor. She ordered Sulaiiti Taiti, a fish monger to relocate and find another space to operate from, saying he is a threat to her business.
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Ex-Masaka Mayor to be Buried in Kampala on Friday family wrangles 2

Masaka Municipality leaders have now given up the fight over the burial of veteran politician John Tebyasa Matovu who died on Sunday, December 31. The 83-year-old ex-Masaka Mayor will be buried on Friday in Kampala, as par the communication by one section of his now divided family.
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Museveni Blames Bukomansimbi Attacks on Thin Police, Poor Neighbourhood unresolved murders 2 4

While addressing a gathering on Wednesday after visiting the affected families, President Museveni explained that when the thugs raided the area, some survivors sought for help but they could not get it since majority of the people were busy in bars drinking alcohol to celebrate the New Year.
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Thugs Trailed SSP Ssebugwawo For a Year unresolved killings 2 1

The killing of Senior Superintendent of Police Dennis Ssebugwawo Lumala in latest attacks in Bukomansimbi district has reignited fears among those once listed for killings. Ssebugwaawo is among the seven people who were killed in attacks on New Years day when thugs raided villages in Bukomasimbi and Lwengo districts. Ssebugwawos name was on the list of those targeted in the infamous anonymous letters dropped in Bukomansimbi in April last year.
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Family Divided Over Burial of Masaka Ex-Mayor john tebyasa matovu 2 2

There is still uncertainty over the burial of former Masaka mayor, John Tebyasa Matovu, as family members bicker over when and where the veteran politician should be buried.
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Thugs Kill 5, Injure 12 in Bukomansimbi & Lwengo Districts unresolved murders 4 2

Five People including a retired police officer have been killed and 12 others admitted at Masaka regional referral Hospital after being attacked and hacked by unknown thugs in Lwengo and Bukomansimbi districts.
12:04
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Rakai Police Chief Arrested for Shooting Civilian shooting civilians

A senior police officer in Rakai district has been arrested for allegedly shooting and injuring a construction site manager in Ddwaniro trading centre. The suspect is identified as Anasaleti Arinaitwe, the Officer in Charge of Ddwaniro Police station in Ddwaniro sub county.
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Activists Push for Openness on Projected Oil Pipeline Boundaries global rights alert 3 1

Last month, President Yoweri Museveni and his Tanzanian counterpart, John Pombe Magufuli, commissioned construction of the oil pipeline at Mutukula border in Kyotera District. Hoped to be one of the longest, 1,445km pipeline will run from Hoima in Uganda to Tanga in Tanzania. It is estimated to cost 3.55 billion US dollars, approximately 12.6 trillion Uganda Shillings.
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Thugs Invade Banana, Coffee Plantations in Kyotera food security 2 1

At least six farmers lost close to 40-bunches of bananas to thugs between December 23 and December 28, 2017, in Nabigasa and Luwanga villages, according to records at Kabonera Police post. 15 of the stolen bunches were picked from a plantation belonging to Nabigasa village Chairman Remegio Ssenyondo.
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Procurement Bureaucracies, Dwindling Funding Cripple Service Delivery in New Districts 1 1 Top story

According to Kigongo, they secured Shillings 2 billion from Saudi Arabia to reconstruct some health centers in the district, but the construction hasnt kicked off because of procurement delays.
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Pastoral Family Loses 530 Cows to Litigation Over Land Dispute justice delayed 4 2 Top story

John Kawanga, a senior lawyer based in Masaka says the shortage of judges is denying many people justice. He says dozens of people in greater Masaka region cannot get justice on time because the only judge has to cover the nine districts.
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Over 100 Families Sleep in Cold Thickets in Lwemiyaga land wrangles 2 2

Days after the destruction of their properties, the pastoralists are stranded, spending nights in nearby bushes with no food and water.
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