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20:16
20:16

US Tourist Kidnap: 11 Suspects Released On Bond

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga confirmed to our reporter on Tuesday afternoon that 11 suspects out of those who were released are still being detained to help in investigations.
14:02
14:02

Parliament Starts Fresh Investigations into Apaa Land Dispute 4 1

Agnes Ameede, the vice chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on East Africa Community is heading the six member select committee. She told URN that they interested in uncovering evidence of settlement as well as ownership of the area. She says they are looking for evidence such as ancestral graves, graduated tax tickets of those claiming to have occupied the area and land registration certificates amongst others.
13:22
13:22

Countries Neighbouring DRC Advised to Maintain Ebola Surveillance

Latest data indicates a total of 1,206 confirmed and probable cases of Ebola in this latest deadly outbreak in DRC which began last August, while 764 people have died, making the outbreak - which is endemic in the DRC - the worst in the country’s history. The numbers spiked this week, with 20 new cases on Wednesday alone.
11:51
11:51

US Tourist Kidnap: Number of Suspects Rises to Nine

Our reporter has since established the identities of some of the suspects in police custody. They include Adam Imaniraguha, the Proprietor of Kinkiizi Financial Services that trades in Foreign Currency, Yoweri Mugabo and Gad Mbonyebyombi.
15:05
15:05

Kilembe Mines Redevelopment Plan Excites Kasese Leaders 5

Last week, cabinet approved the redevelopment plan of the mines which, among other things, calls for the expeditious sourcing of potential investors in the copper mines.
11:39
11:39

Kidnappers of US Tourist Sue Endicott Arrested

Uganda Radio Network has since learnt that two of the four gunmen have been apprehended. The two were only identified as Hakim and Kwarishiima. Sources said the suspects were flown from Kanungu district where they were tracked using a device which was placed in the ransom money they received before setting Endicott and Mirenge free
11:25
11:25

Tourists Kidnap Fueled by Internal Security Glitch- Kamuntu 4 1

In a brief to the media in Masaka district, Minister Kamuntu said that the kidnap was due to a management lapse by the Uganda Wildlife Authority-UWA rangers who he says failed to guide the tourists on the appropriate timing when such a drive could be done.