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Contractor Given One Week to Handover National Isolation Centre

13 Jun 2021 · Eng. George Otim, the commissioner of health infrastructure at the health ministry says that the contractor was supposed to hand over the site on June 11.

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Contractor Given One Week to Handover National Isolation Centre 2 1

Eng. George Otim, the commissioner of health infrastructure at the health ministry says that the contractor was supposed to hand over the site on June 11.
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Seven Boda Boda Associations Dissolved in Gulu City gulu city council 1 2

According to Alfred Okwonga, the Gulu City Mayor , they have received several complaints from residents that there are a lot of suspected criminals who disguise as Boda Boda riders
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Three Buried Alive in Quarry mudslides 1

Joseph Oryem, the LCI Karuma Town Council says that the deceased was extracting construction aggregates for sale when the soil developed deep cracks forcing the rocks to roll down and buried them.
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URA Makes TIN Application Easier

According to Uganda Revenue Authority-URA, it has also made changes in the existing TIN application form to improve the experience of their clients and attend to the changes in the tax regime, technology and the business environment.
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Oil and Gas: New Licensing Roadmap Set As Gov’t Woos Oil Investors TOTAL UGANDA 1 3

Director Petroleum Exploration Development and Production Department, Honey Malinga says the grant of exploration licenses is expected to take place at the end of this year.
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Lira Market COVID-19 Task Force Struggling to Enforce SOPs COVID_19 SOPs 4 2

William Apea, a member of the task force is worried that the covid-19 cases could be high in the market since the traders and customers have failed to adhere to the guidelines.
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Under Funding Of Local Gov'ts Undermining Decentralisation Policy-Experts Budget 4

According to the planned expenditure, 82% of the budget will be managed by the central government, while local governments get 16%, which the experts say is too little to enable local governments operate effectively.