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Kasese Leaders Seek Additional Funding For Roads

04 Aug 2021 · Currently, the district receives 1.2 Billion Shillings every financial year from the Uganda Road Fund.

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Kasese Leaders Seek Additional Funding For Roads UNRA 1 3

Currently, the district receives 1.2 Billion Shillings every financial year from the Uganda Road Fund.
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Local Gov't Minister Wants Multiplex Construction Company Banned 3 4

The government contracted Multiplex Construction Company Limited and Roko Construction Company Limited to construct Masaka Modern Central Market and Mbarara Modern Central Market in Mbarara respectively.
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Masaka City Leaders, Taxi Operators in Dispute Over Illegal Parks Masaka City Council 2

Florence Namayaja and Godfrey Bamanyisa, the Masaka City Mayor and Town Clerk respectively, instructed police and other law enforcement teams to crackdown all defiant drivers and force them back to their gazetted areas of operations.
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Ministry of Lands to Reopen Boundaries on Disputed Land in Kasese 4 2

Uganda Wildlife Authority-UWA and residents of Kahendero have been embroiled in a row over land measuring over 9,000 acres neighbouring Queen Elizabeth National Park. In May residents accused UWA of demolishing their structures to take over their land.
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Bundibugyo CAO Directs Termination of Services of Volunteer Staff 1 1

Joel Bwambale, the LC V Vice Chairperson of Bundibugyo District, says that he received communication from the Local Government Ministry directing the CAO to terminate the services of volunteers to avoid legal petitions during the recruitment processes.
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Thieves Break into Anaka Town Council Offices, Steal Two Computers Nwoya District 1 1

David Okema, the Chairman of Anaka Town Council told URN in an interview that staff found three office doors broken when they reported for work on Tuesday morning.
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200 Unfamiliar Names Found on Kitgum COVID-19 Relief Beneficiaries List Kitgum Municipality 3 1

Two weeks ago, the government deferred 691 names of beneficiaries from Kitgum Municipality citing a mismatch in details provided on their contacts and National Identity Numbers-NINs. The beneficiaries were part of the 3,675 vulnerable people registered for government support, within the three divisions of Pager, Central, and Pandwong in Kitgum Municipality.