FUFA the Drum: Acholi humbles Kigezi 1-0

Kigezi province has this evening been defeated by Acholi province, by one goal to nil in the ongoing Federation of Uganda Football Association-FUFA the drum tournament. The match was played at Kabale Municipal Stadium. Acholi’ only goal was scored by Hudu Mulikye in the 21st minute, after Kigezi region’s goal keeper, Alex Matsiko Kamashaza, miscalculated the ball from a free kick, before it found the back of the net. The players struggled to pass the ball throughout the whole match, since the stadium was filled with water, because of the…

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Pupils Struck by Lightning in Kisoro

A 16-year-old pupil at Kahumure Primary School in Bukimbiri Sub County, Kisoro District died instantly and five others were admitted in critical condition after being struck by lightning. The deceased is identified as Night Pricilla, a primary six pupil and daughter to Evalist Kafuku, a resident of Kyogo Village, Bukimbiri Sub County in Kisoro District. The injured are; Angel Kyarisiima,  Anocianta Nuwamanya, Mathias Turinawe and Illuminate Kyarisiima, all P7 seven pupils and Florida Ninsiima, a  primary four pupil. A teacher at the school told our reporter on condition of anonymity…

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Gov’t Advised to Purchase Idle Land in Greater Kampala

Kampala Capital City Authority- KCCA, has been advised to purchase all idle land in the city and gazette it for manufacturing and public investments. The recommendation is embedded in the just released World Bank report, “From Regulators to Enablers: Role of City Governments in Economic Development of Greater Kampala.” The report highlights the growing challenges of unplanned urbanization, unemployment and informality in the Kampala, a city with a population of four million people, and how these can be addressed to ensure a brighter future for residents and businesses. It suggests…

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Kabale accident claims one

Police in Kabale district is hunting for a driver of a speeding vehicle that knocked dead a boy, believed to be aged between 14-16 years, along the Kabale-Katuna road. The accident happened on Sunday morning at around 03:00am at Kamuganguzi along the Kabale-Katuna road, when the unidentified boy was knocked by a hit and run vehicle. According to the Kigezi region Police Spokesperson, Elly Maate, police visited the scene and the body was taken to Kabale regional referral hospital for postmortem. Maate describes the deceased as a black skin complex boy, who…

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Kisoro Couple held for aiding defilement

Police in Kisoro district is holding a couple for aiding the defilement of their 16 year daughter. The couple has been identified as, Fulgensi Hakimana and Sikola Kemirembe, residents of Bizenga village in Nyundo Sub county of Kisoro district. The couple is said to have married off the minor to 19 year John Asiimwe, after paid bride price of one cow and 1.5million shillings. Asiimwe was also arrested in connection with the matter. The Kigezi region Police Spokesperson, Elly Maate, says that the suspected defiler, Asiimwe is said to have…

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Rwanda Seventh – day Adventist churchgoers killed by lightning

Seventh – day Adventist church in Rwanda on Saturday, an official has said. Most of the victims died instantly when lightning hit the church in the southern district of Nyaruguru, local mayor Habitegeko Francois has said. Two people died from their injuries, and 140 people were rushed to hospital and health centers. Lightning also killed a student in the area on Friday, the mayor has said. The weather accident in the mountainous region near the border with Burundi took place around midday on Saturday while parishioners of the town of…

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Mak To Stop Providing Food To Students

Makerere University authorities have unanimously voted to stop providing meals in the halls of residence, effective June, this year. Currently, food is given to two categories of students, both government resident and non-residents. The university says government students’ number about 6000 with about 2000 being residents at the campus. But, speaking to journalists yesterday, the University Dean of Students, Cyriaco Kabagambe said that the position was reached at a recent council meeting where a report from the Finance and Planning Committee of Council presented findings of the survey conducted among…

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Kabale Sharp FC defeats Kasai in FUFA Big league

Kabale Sharp Football club on Sunday evening defeated Kasai Plascon Football Club Mukono by 1-0 in the ongoing Federation of Uganda Football Association-FUFA Big league. The goal for Kabale Sharp Football Club was scored by, Cliff Rukanga in 31st minute, in a match that was played at Kabale municipal stadium in Kabale Municipality. Kabale Sharp Football Club will face Synergy Football Club Masaka on 15th this month. The match will be played at Masaka Recreational Ground in Masaka Municipality. 2,010 total views, 1 views todayPlease follow and like us:0

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Kisoro mudslides kills 7 year old girl

A seven year old girl who went missing in a heavy downpour on Friday evening in Kisoro district has been found dead in garden of Irish potatoes. The body of the deceased, a daughter of Fred Mbarubukeye, a resident of Mwanjari-Lulembwe cell, in Nyarusiza Sub County was recovered yesterday morning at around 08:00am. The deceased in accompany of other children had gone to collect firewood in Mwanjari cell, Gitenderi parish, when the heavy downpour suddenly started. The Police spokesperson for Kigezi region, Elly Maate says that the victim was swept…

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Government orders labour firm to refund medics cash

The government has directed labor export firm, Middle East Consultants Limited to refund medical workers it had planned to take abroad all their monies. The directive follows a botched deal to take nurses, midwives and doctors to Libya for work. The aggrieved medics, represented by lawyer Isaac Semakade from the Centre for Legal Aid, claim they applied for jobs in the Libyan City of Benghazi but they never got, instead they were defrauded more than 200 million shillings by the agency. The health workers allege that they were duped to…

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