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Wednesday 23 April
18:38 Gen. Aronda Wants JAT, UNAFRI Detached from Internal Affairs +
17:48 MPs Okay Disconnection of Government Institutions Over Unpaid Bills +
17:29 Government Analytical Lab. Seeks Autonomy +
17:17 DPP Clears Embattled Kitgum LC III Chairperson +
15:50 DPP Slaps Fresh Charges Against Two Pakistan Nationals +
  • Pictorial; Severe Drought Takes Toll on Kobebe Dam
15:49 Pictorial; Severe Drought Takes Toll on Kobebe Dam Top story
Our reporter who visited the dam noted that the water levels have dropped. Deep cracks were visible on the one kilometer embankment and several leakages towards the watering area of animals. Animals were drinking water in turns as more arrived in herds.
  • Traders Protest Over Allocation of Market Stalls
14:53 Traders Protest Over Allocation of Market Stalls
They claim that they have evidence that the top security officials in the region including Jacob Opolot, the Elgon Regional Police Commander, Gerald Tushime, the Mbale District Police Commander and LC V chairperson Bernard Mujjasi among other officials have also been allocated stalls to compromise them.
  • Pastoralists Panic As Kobebe Dam Dries Up
13:02 Pastoralists Panic As Kobebe Dam Dries Up
Apaloris Loitakong, an elder in Moroto says Karamoja region didn’t receive sufficient rains last year, adding that, the situation has been worsened by the huge influx of Turkana pastoralists searching for water.
12:15 Couple Burnt in House Fire +
11:31 National ID Enrollment: Gulu Server Breaks Down +
Latest update: 20:25:06More stories
Wednesday 23 April
18:38 Gen. Aronda Wants JAT, UNAFRI Detached from Internal Affairs +
17:48 MPs Okay Disconnection of Government Institutions Over Unpaid Bills +
17:29 Government Analytical Lab. Seeks Autonomy +
Tuesday 22 April
17:35 Parliament Pays Tribute to Former West Budama North MP +
17:04 NFA ED: Absence of Board Stalling Work +
Wednesday 23 April
17:17 DPP Clears Embattled Kitgum LC III Chairperson +
15:50 DPP Slaps Fresh Charges Against Two Pakistan Nationals +
12:15 Couple Burnt in House Fire +
10:52 Two Brothers Arrested over Death of a Suspect in Police Cells +
10:37 Man Held for Beating his Father to Death Over Land +
08:25 Missing Child Found Dead +
08:01 Nodding Disease Victim Sodomized by HIV Positive Man. +
07:30 Land Dispute Claims Two in Bukedea +
Tuesday 22 April
15:21 Ugandan Teacher Dies in South Sudan Prison +
14:28 Criminal High Court Session Opens in Kitgum +
Wednesday 23 April
17:17 DPP Clears Embattled Kitgum LC III Chairperson +
09:33 Unfulfilled Pledges Haunt Museveni Candidature Promotion in Rakai +
Tuesday 22 April
10:45 Banyezaki Accuses Hope Mwesigye of Sabotaging Mobilization Campaign +
09:29 Iganga NRM Mobilisation Cash was mishandled - Bahati +
Monday 21 April
  • Bishop Ssemwogerere: Kayihura Abetting Corruption Dangerous for Society
09:02 Bishop Ssemwogerere: Kayihura Abetting Corruption Dangerous for Society Top story
Kasana Luweero Bishop Paul Ssemwogerere has expressed surprise in his Easter message that the Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura was approached for a bribe and seemed to condone the request.
Saturday 19 April
19:36 Police: We have Legal Mandate to Investigate Political Parties +
Friday 18 April
  • Rebel MPs Tell Ugandans to Eat NRM Sole Candidacy Mobilization Money
08:47 Rebel MPs Tell Ugandans to Eat NRM Sole Candidacy Mobilization Money Top story
Rebel Legislators are calling on Ugandans to eat and spend the money being given to them by the ruling NRM legislators to popularize President Yoweri Museveni’s sole candidacy.
Wednesday 23 April
  • Traders Protest Over Allocation of Market Stalls
14:53 Traders Protest Over Allocation of Market Stalls
They claim that they have evidence that the top security officials in the region including Jacob Opolot, the Elgon Regional Police Commander, Gerald Tushime, the Mbale District Police Commander and LC V chairperson Bernard Mujjasi among other officials have also been allocated stalls to compromise them.
Tuesday 22 April
  • Masaka Traders Protest over Power Outages
17:17 Masaka Traders Protest over Power Outages
On Tuesday afternoon Business came to a standstill as traders lost control, blocked parts of Edward Avenue with logs and car tyres which were eventually set on fire by angry protesters.
Friday 18 April
08:56 Bishop Kaziimba: Engage in Economic Activities to Support the Church +

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