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Museveni Unveils Plans to tarmac Atiak-Yumbe Road

26 May 2019 · He also disclosed that the road from Yumbe to Arua via Terego County and the security road from Pakwach through Obongi to Dufile shall equally be sealed.

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17:10

Museveni Unveils Plans to tarmac Atiak-Yumbe Road road tarmacking 2 1

He also disclosed that the road from Yumbe to Arua via Terego County and the security road from Pakwach through Obongi to Dufile shall equally be sealed.
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15:55

Language Barrier Hindering Refugee Access to Justice–Report 1

Sylvia Namubiru Mukasa, the Executive Director LASPNET, says cases like sexual assault; theft and trespass are on the increase among the refugee host communities.
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14:24

Division Chairperson on the Spot for Leasing Municipal Land 1

Samson Niwenyesiga, the Kibare Ward councilor, says they are wondering how the chairperson leased the land to a private developer in disregard of procedures. Samson Niwenyesiga the councilor for Kibare ward says that the authorities are wondering how the land in question could be sold leased out to developer without following the due process of the law.
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11:11

OWC Heifers Divides Kalungu Residents 2

Charles Muyanja, the Bukulula sub county chairperson, defended the heifer distribution exercise, saying there is need for leaders to tell people proper procedures of benefiting from the program.
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18:47

Oil Pipeline Affected Residents Protest Valuation Process protests 6 2

Total Uganda contracted NEWPLAN Limited to carry out the mapping and valuation exercise. It rolled out operations around April 2018.
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17:27

Ministry of Public Service to Investigate Amudat Staff Recruitment rdc robert adiama 1

In his petition, Lotem claims that the recruitment was not based on merit but on tribe, nepotism, political affiliation and solicitation [exchange] of money for jobs. He also indicated that the positions advertised were filled with people without the required qualifications.
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16:41

Construction of World Bank Funded Schools Stalls 2

The affected schools include St Mathias Bananywa, Lugo, Nasse Muslims, Lutaba and St Kizito Kisozi Primary Schools.