Month: February 2023

The Buliisa District Chairperson Hon: Fred Lukumu has criticized disco dance organizers for staging disco dance on daily basis saying the act is continuously spoiling the young children and has contributed to school dropout. Lukumu sounded this during the handover of items by Total Energies EP Uganda to the best 2022 Primary Leaving Examinations PLE […]

A 43 year old man a resident of Kibengo LC1 in Mugenza ward of Mpeefu Town Council Kagadi District was this morning stubbed to death by brother who accused him for falling in love with his wife.   It’s alleged that the deceased identified as Pascal Zabalinda was stubbed last night at around 11pm by […]

Hoima. The National Unity Platform (NUP) leader, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine on Thursday, February 16, passed through Hoima City on his way from delivering a donation of food items to residents who were evicted from their ancestral land in Kigyayo village in Kiziranfumbi sub-county, Kikuube district. The over 300 families who were violently […]

The Minister of Gender, Betty Amongi has said that she blocked the purchase of land in Nakigalala due to variance in the costs. Amongi told the select committee investigating the operations of the National Social Security Fund-NSSF that the Fund had requested for 400 billion Shillings while the Government valuer had estimated the cost at […]

Dr. Winfred Nakanjako   Old Kampala police are hunting for Winfred Nakanjako, a medical doctor at Mulago National Referral Hospital who went missing from her home on Wednesday afternoon. The Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango explains that Nakanjako disappeared from her marital home in Kinonya zone in Masanafu Lubya parish Rubaga Division in Kampala […]

Pastoralists in Nkoko and Kayanja II villages, Kitswamba sub-county in Kasese district are protesting the new demarcations on a contested piece of land with cultivators.   They are accusing the district leadership of siding with the cultivators and influencing the demarcation exercise. In 2007, the government resettled pastoralists mainly from the Basongora community on 3,500 acres of […]

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