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15:59
15:59

Speeding UPDF Truck Knocks Dead Sembabule Man UNRA 1

The accident occurred at Kyabi trading center along Sembabule – Maddu Gomba road in Sembabule district when a speeding truck registration number H4DF 2074 knocked dead a man identified as Robert Kimbasawo, alias Faho.
15:45
15:45

No Justification for Continued Closure of Borders - Besigye Covid-19 2 1

Besigye today addressed the country in his capacity as president of the people’s government pressure group based at his Katonga road office, ahead of tomorrow's scheduled address of President Museveni to the country on the situation of covid-19
13:57
13:57

Moroto Prison Break Poses Security, Health Threats Moroto District 1 3

A section of the community now lives in fear especially about the firearms that are in the wrong hands. Dinah Ayo, a resident in Moroto town says the loose firearms could be used by the escapees to perpetuate more crime, not only in Moroto but anywhere in the country.
11:19
11:19

PWD’s Decry Prohibitive Accessibility to Financial Banking Services financial access 2 1

Noah Muwanika, a PWD who walks with the help of clutches cannot access the ATM’s alone. He cannot stand alone, not even standing in the lengthy banking hall queues for hours.
10:56
10:56

DPP, Principal Judge Want Uganda Prisons Services To Manage Minor Offenders remand home 2 5

Abodo, who before her appointment as DPP was a High Court Judge in the Criminal Division, says that the situation in some remand homes is tatamount “to child abuse.” Since local governments and ministry of gender decry low funding for the remand homes, Abodo says that child offenders are better off being managed by Uganda Prisons Services.
17:58
17:58

Braking System Defect Caused Parliament Bus Fire- Police Omoro District 1

The Linglong bus registration number UG-0391H, attached to the Ministry of Health was evacuating 25 patients from Kitgum District to the national treatment centres in Kampala. The patients were on Monday turned away from Gulu Regional Referral Hospital due to space constraints.
17:41
17:41

Research Questions Relevance of Social Media Tax Under COVID-19 Pandemic- Mobile Money

The government had anticipated that the tax on social media use officially called the Over the Top Tax or OTT, would raise to 400 billion Shillings in revenues per annum, while mobile money tax would raise 246 billion Shillings. Then, the government said that the money from the internet users would be used to expand and improve the quality of services countrywide.