DRC Army spokesman says Americans involved in foiled coup

VOA Democratic Republic of Congo authorities say they foiled an attempted coup early Sunday. DRC army spokesperson Sylvain Ekenge told reporter Eddy Esango of VOA’s French and Lingala services, that the alleged coup plotters included some American citizens and a...

Ebrahim Raisi: The hardline cleric who became Iran president

Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi, who died in a helicopter crash on Sunday, was a hard-line cleric close to Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. His election in 2021 consolidated the control of conservatives over every part of the Islamic Republic. The...

OBs Protest new head teacher at Luwero SS

URN     The Newly posted head teacher of Luwero Secondary School Ronald Kato Ssesanga has taken over office despite protests from old students. Early this month, the Ministry of Education and Sports transferred David Balaba Ssenkungu the head teacher of...

House approves Shs152 billion for Hoima City stadium construction

By Katamu Nedinani     Construction of Hoima City stadium is expected to start after Parliament approved the required Shs152 billion, part of the Shs288.6 billion Supplementary Budget Schedule No.03 on Thursday, 16 May 2024. ahead of the African Cup of...

Buganda Kingdom, Turkey sign to strengthen ties

our reporter   Buganda Kingdom and the Turkish government have signed an agreement to strengthen diplomatic ties. The agreement has been signed between the Katikkiro of Buganda, Mr Charles Peter Mayiga and Turkish Ambassador to Uganda Mehmet Fatih in a meeting...

OBs Protest new head teacher at Luwero SS

URN     The Newly posted head teacher of Luwero Secondary School Ronald Kato Ssesanga has taken over office despite protests from old students. Early this month, the Ministry of Education and Sports transferred David Balaba Ssenkungu the head teacher of...

House approves Shs152 billion for Hoima City stadium construction

By Katamu Nedinani     Construction of Hoima City stadium is expected to start after Parliament approved the required Shs152 billion, part of the Shs288.6 billion Supplementary Budget Schedule No.03 on Thursday, 16 May 2024. ahead of the African Cup of...

Buganda Kingdom, Turkey sign to strengthen ties

our reporter   Buganda Kingdom and the Turkish government have signed an agreement to strengthen diplomatic ties. The agreement has been signed between the Katikkiro of Buganda, Mr Charles Peter Mayiga and Turkish Ambassador to Uganda Mehmet Fatih in a meeting...

Failure to meet revenue, expenditure targets worries Kasaija

URN   This Ministry of Finance, Planning, and Economic Development has issued a fresh warning on government performance next financial year, citing the increased financial risks. This, the Fiscal Risk Statement warns, is likely to reverse the recent economic...

NIRA To Hold Mass Registration At Parish/Ward Level

URN     The National Identification Registration Authority (NIRA) has decided to shift its mass registration exercise to the parish/ward level. NIRA is currently doing the registration of persons at the district level. Brig. Steven Kwirigira, the director of...

Census officials explain delay of enumeration

By Our Reporter The Publicity and Advocacy Advisor for the National Population and Housing Census 2024 has revealed that technical challenges in the Computer Aided Personal Interview (CAPI) machines delayed the enumeration exercise today May 10th 2024. He says “some...

Katsigazi rushes to Savannah Region to battle animal theft

URN   The Acting Inspector General of Police (IGP) Major General Geoffrey Tumusiime Katsigazi has ordered for deployment of additional policemen in the Savannah Region to curb the rampant theft of animals. According to the Police Crime report, at least 163 cases...

URA, manufacturers to review DTS strategy

Katamu Nedinani The Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) and manufacturers are set to rethink the implementation of the Digital Tax Stamp (DTS) strategy to eliminate loopholes. Introduced in 2019, the stamps are a component of the broader tax administration measure of...

Luwero Hospital: Two medical students lose internship over extortion

URN Luwero hospital has terminated the internship of two medical students and a health worker is under investigation over alleged extortion. On Wednesday, Luwero hospital administration invited local leaders and residents to assess client satisfaction, get feedback on...

Spire wins EU Human Rights Award 2024

BY KATAMU NEDINANI INNERMAN BROADCASTING COMPANY LIMITED. Ugandan academic, cartoonist, and human rights defender, Jimmy Spire Ssentongo is the recipient of the 2024 EU Human Rights Defenders Award. Dr. Spire Ssentongo was recognized for having used social media to...

DRC Army spokesman says Americans involved in foiled coup

VOA Democratic Republic of Congo authorities say they foiled an attempted coup early Sunday. DRC army spokesperson Sylvain Ekenge told reporter Eddy Esango of VOA’s French and Lingala services, that the alleged coup plotters included some American citizens and a...

Ebrahim Raisi: The hardline cleric who became Iran president

Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi, who died in a helicopter crash on Sunday, was a hard-line cleric close to Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. His election in 2021 consolidated the control of conservatives over every part of the Islamic Republic. The...

NIRA To Hold Mass Registration At Parish/Ward Level

URN     The National Identification Registration Authority (NIRA) has decided to shift its mass registration exercise to the parish/ward level. NIRA is currently doing the registration of persons at the district level. Brig. Steven Kwirigira, the director of...
IGP Major General Goeffrey Katsigazi Tumusiime arriving at Savannah Regional Police Headquarters PHOTO URN

Katsigazi rushes to Savannah Region to battle animal theft

URN   The Acting Inspector General of Police (IGP) Major General Geoffrey Tumusiime Katsigazi has ordered for deployment of additional policemen in the Savannah Region to curb the rampant theft of animals. According to the Police Crime report, at least 163 cases...

President Museveni Promotes Sam Kavuma, Assigns Him Somalia Task

OUR REPORTER President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni also Commander in Chief (CiC) has promoted Maj. Gen. Sam Kavuma to Lt. General and appointed him ATMIS Force Commander, in Somalia. Sam Kavuma replaces Lt Gen Sam Okiding who was last week appointed Deputy Chief of Defence...

UN court to deliver ruling on South Africa’s genocide case against Israel

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is set to deliver a ruling on South Africa’s genocide case against Israel on Friday in the Hague. It will also rule on South Africa’s demand for the court’s urgent intervention to stop Israel’s military operation in Gaza. Judge...

M23 appoints former DRC electoral commission chairman alliance coordinator

SOUTHERN KIVU, DRC | INNERMAN FM| The March 23 Movement (M23) has announced the appointment of Corneille Nangaa Yobeluo, former Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) Chairman as the Coordinator of Alliance River (Fleuve) Congo. Alliance Fleuve Congo is a...

Army officers say they are taking power in Gabon

Gabonese military officers have canceled election results and dissolved state institutions, claiming they have taken power, local media reported on Wednesday. The African country’s borders are closed until further notice, said the reports, adding gunfire was heard in...

Botswana submits bid to host AFCON 2027

Gabarone, Botswana | Xinhua |  Botswana has submitted a bid to host the 36th Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in 2027 to the Confederation of African Football (CAF), according to a statement issued on Wednesday. After Namibia withdrew from the joint bid due to financial...

Explosions as Ugandan forces battle militants in Somalia

By Katamu Nedinani The militant al-Shabab group on Friday morning carried out an attack on a Ugandan troops' base of the African Union Transition Mission (ATMIS) in Bulla Mareer district, in Lower Shabelle region in Somalia. The attack began shortly after morning...

UGANDA U16 WOMEN’S TEAM ENDS UEFA FRIENDSHIP TOURNAMENT EXPEDITION ON A HIGH

OUR SPORTS TEAM The Uganda U16 Women’s team registered its first victory at the UEFA Friendship Tournament held in Istanbul, Turkey, triumphing over Botswana with a 3-2 victory in a classification match played on Thursday. Isabella Blick, Shadia Nabirye, and...

CAF questions quality of Namboole stadium renovation

OUR REPORTER The Speaker of Parliament, Anita Annet Among has tasked the State Minister for Sports Peter Ogwang to provide accountability for the 97 billion shillings spent on renovations of Mandela National Stadium- Namboole. Among issued the directive during the...

Reconsider phasing out of nursing courses’

The Committee on Education and Sports has called for thorough research before the phasing out of certificate and diploma courses in nursing. This recommendation was made in a report of the committee presented to the House on Tuesday, 02  April 2024 by Hon. Phillips...

UNEB Releases UCE Sample Examination Papers Under New Curriculum

BY KATAMU NEDINANI The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) has released sample papers for the UCE End of Cycle Competency Based Assessment under the New Lower Secondary School Curriculum (NLSC). This was revealed by the National body in a press statement issued...

Makerere named among top 10 universities in Sub-Saharan Africa

By Katamu Nedinani Makerere University has been named among the top 10 Sub-Saharan Africa universities. Four of the top 10 universities are from South Africa and two from Tanzania, with Makerere coming in fifth place. The Times Higher Education’s (THE) inaugural...

Botswana submits bid to host AFCON 2027

Gabarone, Botswana | Xinhua |  Botswana has submitted a bid to host the 36th Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in 2027 to the Confederation of African Football (CAF), according to a statement issued on Wednesday. After Namibia withdrew from the joint bid due to financial...

Gov’t Sports Bill Proposes Tough Penalties for Sexual Exploitation, Results Manipulation

The Physical and Sports Bill of 2022 proposes tough penalties for sexual exploitation, manipulation of sports results, and betting among others. The bill proposes penalties ranging from Shillings 1.4 million to 400 million on conviction or imprisonment of up to 10...

14000 Examiners deployed to mark P7, S4 exams – UNEB

The Uganda National Examinations Board -UNEB have finalized the preparations for marking of Primary Leaving Examination -PLE and the Uganda Certificate of Education-UCE scripts that were conducted from 17th October to the end of this month 2022.  Addressing the...

Religious leaders oppose govt’s move to close PTCs

Nakayima Patricia Religious leaders have challenged the government over plans to close down the core Primary Teaching Colleges (PTCs) across the country. Last year, the Ministry of Education and Sports announced plans to phase out at least 23 Primary Teachers Colleges...

AFCON U20 Zonal Qualifiers: Hippos determined to seal qualification against hosts Sudan

Uganda Hippos return into action tonight against hosts Sudan in the semi finals at the ongoing CECAFA AFCON U20 Zonal Qualifiers in Sudan. It will be the first time in the tournament that the Hippos will be playing on artificial turf at Kober stadium. Nothing but...

House approves Shs152 billion for Hoima City stadium construction

By Katamu Nedinani     Construction of Hoima City stadium is expected to start after Parliament approved the required Shs152 billion, part of the Shs288.6 billion Supplementary Budget Schedule No.03 on Thursday, 16 May 2024. ahead of the African Cup of...

Failure to meet revenue, expenditure targets worries Kasaija

URN   This Ministry of Finance, Planning, and Economic Development has issued a fresh warning on government performance next financial year, citing the increased financial risks. This, the Fiscal Risk Statement warns, is likely to reverse the recent economic...

URA, manufacturers to review DTS strategy

Katamu Nedinani The Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) and manufacturers are set to rethink the implementation of the Digital Tax Stamp (DTS) strategy to eliminate loopholes. Introduced in 2019, the stamps are a component of the broader tax administration measure of...

Ayota remains NSSF MD after court dismisses Byarugaba case

URN The High Court in Kampala has dismissed the case in which former Managing Director of National Social Security Fund (nssf) Richard Byarugaba was challenging the decision not to renew his contract. The Civil Division Judge Musa Ssekaana on Friday dismissed the case...

Former NSSF MD Patrick Byarugaba loses case seeking contract renewal

by katamu nedinani The High Court in Kampala has dismissed the case in which former Managing Director of National Social Security Fund Richard Byarugaba was  challenging the decision of not renewing his contract. Judge Musa Ssekaana dismissed the case saying that ...

CAF questions quality of Namboole stadium renovation

OUR REPORTER The Speaker of Parliament, Anita Annet Among has tasked the State Minister for Sports Peter Ogwang to provide accountability for the 97 billion shillings spent on renovations of Mandela National Stadium- Namboole. Among issued the directive during the...

BOU asks URSB to make changes to Crane Bank name

Katamu Nedinani Bank of Uganda has written to the Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) advising it to amend the name Crane Bank Ltd by deleting the word “Bank” from the name in line with a Supreme Court ruling. BoU’s decision and consequent directive are based...

Reconsider phasing out of nursing courses’

The Committee on Education and Sports has called for thorough research before the phasing out of certificate and diploma courses in nursing. This recommendation was made in a report of the committee presented to the House on Tuesday, 02  April 2024 by Hon. Phillips...

‘Move staff between projects to save costs’

Parliament A Parliament Committee has advised the Uganda Electricity Company Transmission Company Limited (UETCL) to transition staff from completed to new projects rather than recruit new staff, in a bid to save time and money on recruitment and training. The entity...

Local council Elections Extended Another 180 Days.

The term of office for Local Councils I and II and Women Councils has been extended for another 180 days, until early July 2024. This follows the tabling of the statutory instruments providing for the extension, on the floor of the House. While chairing the sitting,...

House approves Shs152 billion for Hoima City stadium construction

By Katamu Nedinani     Construction of Hoima City stadium is expected to start after Parliament approved the required Shs152 billion, part of the Shs288.6 billion Supplementary Budget Schedule No.03 on Thursday, 16 May 2024. ahead of the African Cup of...

Buganda Kingdom, Turkey sign to strengthen ties

our reporter   Buganda Kingdom and the Turkish government have signed an agreement to strengthen diplomatic ties. The agreement has been signed between the Katikkiro of Buganda, Mr Charles Peter Mayiga and Turkish Ambassador to Uganda Mehmet Fatih in a meeting...

Failure to meet revenue, expenditure targets worries Kasaija

URN   This Ministry of Finance, Planning, and Economic Development has issued a fresh warning on government performance next financial year, citing the increased financial risks. This, the Fiscal Risk Statement warns, is likely to reverse the recent economic...

NIRA To Hold Mass Registration At Parish/Ward Level

URN     The National Identification Registration Authority (NIRA) has decided to shift its mass registration exercise to the parish/ward level. NIRA is currently doing the registration of persons at the district level. Brig. Steven Kwirigira, the director of...

Parliament Passes Bills for Rationalisation of Gender and Special Interest Groups

By Katamu Nedinani Parliament passed five key bills, moving gender and special interest entities to the National Secretariat for Special Interest Groups under the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development. In a plenary session held on Friday, 19 April, 2024...

Ayota remains NSSF MD after court dismisses Byarugaba case

URN The High Court in Kampala has dismissed the case in which former Managing Director of National Social Security Fund (nssf) Richard Byarugaba was challenging the decision not to renew his contract. The Civil Division Judge Musa Ssekaana on Friday dismissed the case...

Chinese firm petitions Parliament over Kilembe Mines

URN Tibet Hima Mining Company Ltd, a private firm based in China, has petitioned Parliament to investigate the circumstances under which government terminated its contract to manage, rehabilitate and operate Kilembe Mines for 25 years. The company which was tasked to...

Parliament approves rationalisation of gov’t agencies

URN Parliament has approved the rationalisation of several government agencies, aiming at enhancing efficiency and optimizing resources. In a plenary session chaired by Speaker Anita Among, on Wednesday 17 April 2024, Parliament passed five bills related to this...

Thugs break into Luwero CAO, RDC and LC5 offices

URN Police have sealed off the Luwero district headquarters to start investigations into a Wednesday night raid by unknown thugs. Thugs reportedly raided the Luwero district headquarters at around 9pm and are said to have sprayed the guards with chloroform and broke...

Junior civil servants tell IGG why they are reluctant to report corruption cases

BY KATAMU NEDINANI Junior civil servants have told the IGG Beti Olive Namisango Kamya-Turomwe that they are reluctant to report cases of corruption due to dependence on tokens received from their superiors. In the ongoing campaign to tackle corruption within...

Stevour Chritian High School

Stevour Christian High School is founded on grounds of answering a calling of a long time great need for a school that will bring out products of students who excel academically, prosper in life but most importantly having Christ central at heart, character, virtues, benefiting the society and aiming at eternal life. Click for more

Innerman Ministries - UCC

United Christian Centre (UCC) is a registered Pentecostal Church in Makerere Kikoni – Kampala and the home of Innerman Ministries International. UCC Church is being pastored by Pastor Dr. Joseph Selumaga a ministry successor to Bishop Stephen Senfuma who the Lord called back to himself in 26th June 2021.

Innerman Primary School

Innerman Pre-Primary School is a Church founded school that was setup in order to address the high illiteracy levels in the community that was caused due to heightened academic costs in the region. for more information Call +256707222888 or +256783671883.

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