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Gulu City Division Mayors Prioritize Garbage Management

13 Jun 2021 · Patrick Oola Lumumba Mayor of West Division says they have hired two trucks to undertake massive rubbish collection especially around Kabedopong Market, Kaunda Ground, Gulu Modern Market and Lacor Complex Market.

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Gulu City Division Mayors Prioritize Garbage Management waste management 1 3

Patrick Oola Lumumba Mayor of West Division says they have hired two trucks to undertake massive rubbish collection especially around Kabedopong Market, Kaunda Ground, Gulu Modern Market and Lacor Complex Market.
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Lira Market COVID-19 Task Force Struggling to Enforce SOPs COVID_19 SOPs 2 4

William Apea, a member of the task force is worried that the covid-19 cases could be high in the market since the traders and customers have failed to adhere to the guidelines.
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Motorists In Bududa Complain Of Illegal Fines By Police Uganda Police Force

The motorists in Bududu have said police is simply fining motorists at their own rates instead of giving them official recipients as communicated by the president.
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Influx of Street Kids in Lira Raises Concern Lira city 5

Some street kids spit saliva at people, vandalize cars and often beat up pedestrians who refuse to give them money and also litter the streets.
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Oxygen Plants Failing to Match Demand as COVID-19 Cases Surge MINISTRY OF HEALTH 1 4

Dr. Nathan Onyaki, the Director Masaka Regional Referral Hospital, says that their plant broke down recently after being overstretched because of the growing demand for oxygen. He says that the situation has worsened because of the upsurge in COVID-19 cases being admitted at their treatment facility.
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Lira Roadside Vendors Protest Eviction Lira Main Market 5

Jackie Akello argued that evicting them from the street will not only disrupt their livelihood but also poses a greater risk of contracting the Coronavirus since the markets are more crowded than the streets.
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Works Ministry officials meet over Exorbitant Bus Fares lockdown 1 1

The huge number of travelers prompted transporters to hike their fares. Bus fares to up country areas have more than doubled. For example, transport fares to the northern Uganda route specifically to Gulu has increased to between Shillings 100,000 and 130,000 from Shillings 40, previously. Travelers to Elegu border post are paying Shillings 150,000.