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Public Transport Picks up After Elections

18 Jan 2021 · Public transport system is now back to normal as more passengers are coming in from upcountry places coming back to Kampala to conduct their businesses as usual and other activities.

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18:51

Public Transport Picks up After Elections 4 3

Public transport system is now back to normal as more passengers are coming in from upcountry places coming back to Kampala to conduct their businesses as usual and other activities.
14:33
14:33

Human Resource Shortage Hurts Kitgum Market Construction Progress kitgum main market 1 2 Top story

Abonga notes that whereas the contractor has registered 50 percent progress in constructing block A and 30 percent progress at Block B, the human resource shortage is likely to affect work.
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Gov't Prioritizes Vehicle and Pharmaceutical Industries to Boost 2021/2022 Trade Balance Exports

A policy has also been prepared for Cabinet on the support of the development of Private Industrial Parks.
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18:55

Business Activities in Kampala Slow Down Ahead of Thursday Polls 3

Some traders removed their stocks from the shops and took them to safer places, while others said they had halted replenishing their stocks unsure of the trade order in the next few days.
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17:39

Makome Bus Suspends Operations Ahead of Elections 1 Top story

Ivan Acaye, the Manager Kitgum Branch Makome Bus Services Ltd told Uganda Radio Network in an interview on Wednesday that all their buses have been grounded until after the elections.
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16:04

UWA Deploys Heavily in Karamoja to Fight Poachers 1

Fred Pizza, the Chief Warden of Mt. Elgon National Park which covers up to Karamoja region says that the deployment follows the increasing cases of Karimojong locals turning on killing wild animals.
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14:34

Ugandans Stock Food Ahead of Elections 6

The build-up to the election has been punctuated by repeated calls for peace during and after polling by political, security, religious, cultural and civil society leaders. This is after the campaigns which ended on Tuesday have been characterised by acts of violence and brutality by security personnel.