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Mbale Hospital Hit By Drug Stock Out

15 Sep 2019 · The stock-out that has lasted now for two months has caused uproar among the patients because they forced to buy drugs and gloves before being attended to.

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Mbale Hospital Hit By Drug Stock Out 4 1

The stock-out that has lasted now for two months has caused uproar among the patients because they forced to buy drugs and gloves before being attended to.
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Disagreements Threaten Masaka’s Quest For City Status 2

At the centre of the growing controversy is the municipality Mayor Godfrey Kayemba, who prefers to extend into the urban areas that fall under Lwengo and Kalungu districts, a proposal that Masaka LCV Chairperson Jude Mbabali is against.
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Alebtong Leaders Demand Relief Aid for Flood Victims 1 1

Denis Johnson Okello, the Alebtong LCV Chairperson says they have informed the Ministry of Disaster about the plight of the victims. Okello wants the Ministry to supply drugs, food and tarpaulins.
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Mbalala Police Struggles With Dilapidated Building 1 1 Top story

Last year part of the building was destroyed by a speeding Uganda People’s Defence Force-UPDF truck. Since then the facility has never been renovated. Currently, more than six police officers share one room to execute their duties while others are forced to sit outside.
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Gulu Municipality Struggles With Integrated Financial Management System

The IFMS is an automated budgeting and accounting system used by government entities to initiate, spend and monitor their budgets, process payments, manage and report on their financial activities.
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Kitgum Municipality Proposes Revaluation Of Property Rates 1 4

Patrick Ocan Ocitti, the Kitgum Municipal Deputy Town Clerk said in an interview on Friday that they are fetching low revenue from taxing properties because of the low percentage charged.
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Failure to Utilise UGX 3.9B Angers Malaba Town Council Residents 1 3

According to records, 644 million shillings was meant for the construction of Malaba Seed Secondary School in Malaba Town council, 2.9 billion shillings for salaries of staff that were supposed to be recruited.