Parliament demands details as livestock quarantine extends to 32 districts

URN The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Thomas Tayebwa has directed the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry, and Fisheries – MAAIF to explain the progress made in containing foot-and-mouth disease (FMD). In his communication during a plenary sitting on Thursday,...

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...

Museveni tasks the police to investigate graft in Auditor General’s reports

URN President Yoweri Museveni wants police to thoroughly investigate cases of corruption highlighted in the auditor general’s reports, rather than opting for intensive inquiries by parliamentary committees. While addressing the National Resistance Movement-NRM...

Four police officers dismissed, arrested for robbing $30,000 from Kenyan businessman

URN Police  has dismissed with disgrace four police officers attached to Kabalagala police station, and charged them with aggravated robbery, after they turned against a businessman, who allegedly had in their possession $30,000 and wanted to exchange it into Uganda...

Health ministry interdicts commissioner after intern deployment mess

URN Moses Kabangi, the Assistant Commissioner in charge of Environmental Health has been interdicted over allegations of soliciting money from medical interns with the promise of deploying them in favorable hospitals. The Senior Public Relations in the Ministry of...

Parliament demands details as livestock quarantine extends to 32 districts

URN The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Thomas Tayebwa has directed the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry, and Fisheries – MAAIF to explain the progress made in containing foot-and-mouth disease (FMD). In his communication during a plenary sitting on Thursday,...

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...

Museveni tasks the police to investigate graft in Auditor General’s reports

URN President Yoweri Museveni wants police to thoroughly investigate cases of corruption highlighted in the auditor general’s reports, rather than opting for intensive inquiries by parliamentary committees. While addressing the National Resistance Movement-NRM...

Four police officers dismissed, arrested for robbing $30,000 from Kenyan businessman

URN Police  has dismissed with disgrace four police officers attached to Kabalagala police station, and charged them with aggravated robbery, after they turned against a businessman, who allegedly had in their possession $30,000 and wanted to exchange it into Uganda...

Health ministry interdicts commissioner after intern deployment mess

URN Moses Kabangi, the Assistant Commissioner in charge of Environmental Health has been interdicted over allegations of soliciting money from medical interns with the promise of deploying them in favorable hospitals. The Senior Public Relations in the Ministry of...

Detailed security, traffic plan as NAM summit starts today

BY AGENCY Security within Kampala City, and the greater Kampala area has been tightened, with highly visible and non-visible manpower already in place, Uganda Police has revealed. This in time for the  Non-Aligned Movement  plus the G 77 +China summits starting today...

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,...

Electoral Commission Retains Justice Byabakama As Chairperson

By  Katamu Nedinani President Museveni has reappointed Justice Simon Byabakama as the chairperson of the Electoral Commission for another term. In January, 5, 2024 letter to the Speaker of Parliament, the president forwarded Byabakama’s name to the presidential...

Gov’t to stop paying for unused electricity

OUR  REPORTER The government has announced it will discontinue payments for deemed power as the Achwa and Karuma Hydroelectric power stations are expected to commence operations this year. Deemed energy, often unused electricity available from independent power...

Police offer Shs 20m bounty for pastor Bugingo attackers

By Katamu Nedinani Police has declared a reward of Shs 20 million for individuals providing information leading to the apprehension of the assailants and the recovery of the firearm used in the shootings of vlogger Isma Olaxes and Pastor Aloysius Bugingo’s bodyguard,...

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...

Invasive Mosquito Threatens Malaria Control in Africa

Malaria exploded this year in the Ethiopian city of Dire Dawa, which saw more than 10 times as many cases between January and May as it did in all of 2019. What made this spike in cases unusual is that it happened outside the rainy season, when malaria typically...

Mali Rights Commission Condemns Restrictions on Free Press

BAMAKO, MALI —  Mali's National Human Rights Commission has condemned restrictions on press freedom, after authorities suspended one the country's main TV channels. Action was taken against Joliba TV after it aired an editorial criticizing rising intolerance and...

EAC SUMMIT: Rwanda’s Kagame meets DRC Prime Minister

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has met face to face with DRC Prime Minister Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde at a special EAC High Level Consultative meeting held Monday in Egypt at the sidelines of the meeting of United Nations Framework on Climate Change (COP-27). Monday’s...

Queen Elizabeth II: A life in pictures

Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years. Her son King Charles III said the death of his beloved mother was a "moment of great sadness" for him and his family and that her loss would be "deeply...

President-elect Ruto pledges economic revival, cohesion

Kenya’s incoming President William Ruto said Monday his administration will prioritize economic turnaround, peace, reconciliation, and cohesion once he is sworn into office next week. Ruto in a televised address to the nation soon after the Supreme Court declared he...

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...

Karisa confident Uganda Cranes will overcome Tanzania hurdle to seal qualification

Uganda Cranes are 90 minutes away from sealing qualification to the 2022 African Nations Championship (CHAN). The team has to get a positive result in the return leg against Tanzania on Saturday to sail through. The Cranes carry 1-0 advantage from the reverse fixture....

CHAN qualifiers: Micho cautions players ahead of Tanzania return leg

Uganda Cranes Head Coach Milutin Micho Sredojevic is preaching caution to his players ahead of the return leg of the TotalEnergies African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier against Tanzania. The Cranes will host the Taifa Stars of Tanzania on Saturday at the St....

Nanga wants teamwork

Coach Yusuf Nanga is counting on unity as the key pivot to Uganda’s chances at the inaugural ICC Africa Girls U-19 World Cup Qualifiers. The International Cricket Council (ICC) mooted the idea of the Youth Twenty20 World Cup for the females early this year. Uganda...

CHAN Qualifier Preparations:Uganda Cranes Fall To Zanzibar In Friendly Match

BY OUR REPORTER Uganda Cranes suffered defeat in their final friendly game ahead of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) Qualifiers against Tanzania. Despite being dominant and producing the better scoring chances, Uganda fell to Zanzibar 1-0 at Amaan Stadium on...

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,...

Gov’t to stop paying for unused electricity

OUR  REPORTER The government has announced it will discontinue payments for deemed power as the Achwa and Karuma Hydroelectric power stations are expected to commence operations this year. Deemed energy, often unused electricity available from independent power...

Prepaid Yaka electricity meters to be phased out by November 2024

 URN The Ministry of Energy, Ruth Nankakbirwa has set a deadline for the phase-out of outdated Yaka payment meters. Uganda like other countries in the region decided to switch its prepaid electric metering system to the latest technology known as Standard Transfer...

BUSOGA BUSINESS LEADER PAYS COURTESY CALL TO URA

URA The Chairperson Busoga Business Community, Daniel Gabula visited URA’s Public and Corporate Affairs Division to maintain good relations with the taxman. During his visit, Gabula emphasized the need for providing the Busoga sub-region with thorough tax education in...

Pastor Aloysius Bugingo out of Danger – Source

BY  KATAMU  NEDINANI Pastor Aloysius Bugingo, who was rushed to Mulago National Referral Hospital in Kampala after being shot by unknown gunmen, is out of danger.   Officials who visited Bugingo on Tuesday night said he was “responding well to treatment,”...

Museveni pardons former PS Jimmy Lwamafa, 199 other inmates

By Katamu Nedinani;   President Yoweri Museveni has pardoned Jimmy Lwamafa, the former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Public Service, and 199 other inmates. According to the Uganda Prison Services Spokesperson, Frank Baine, Lwamafa has been pardoned on...

URA surpasses target; appeals for more compliance.

By: Katamu Nedinani The Uganda Revenue Authority has asked Ugandans to get ready to pay taxes to finance public expenditure in form of services. This comes in the wake of the pull out of donors, including the world bank who suspended future funding for projects in...

Kabaka urges Muslims to pray for souls of Kasese attack victims

The Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has asked Muslims to use tomorrow’s Eid celebrations to pray for the families and souls of all Ugandans who have died under mysterious circumstances in the recent past The Kabaka has particularly urged Muslims to pray...

City traders agree to suspend strike

By Katamu Nedinani Kampala City Traders Association (KACITA) has agreed to suspend their planned demonstration over what they describe as high taxes, following a successful engagement held yesterday with Uganda Revenue Authority officials. A section of the traders had...

TILENGA: Drilling to commence in July

Drilling of oil wells at the Tilenga project is expected to commence in mid-July as the clock ticks toward the first oil in 2025. The project operated by TotalEnergies EP is planned to produce 190,000 barrels of oil per day at peak. Commencement of drilling of the...

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,...

Electoral Commission Retains Justice Byabakama As Chairperson

By  Katamu Nedinani President Museveni has reappointed Justice Simon Byabakama as the chairperson of the Electoral Commission for another term. In January, 5, 2024 letter to the Speaker of Parliament, the president forwarded Byabakama’s name to the presidential...

KCCA seeks Shs600m for Covid-19 remembrance parade, tourism

KATAMU NEDINANI Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has asked Parliament to approve the expenditure of Shs600 million on several tourism activities, including holding a Covid-19 remembrance parade. This followed a clarification made by Francis Adome, Moroto...

Speaker Among commends CSPOC on best legislative practices

BY AGENCY The 27th Conference of Speakers and Presiding Officers of the Commonwealth (CSPOC) countries will accrue multiplier effects in harmonising legislation and Parliamentary practices, Speaker Anita Among has said. Among who is also the Host Speaker was giving...

Wetangula tips Commonwealth Speakers on reaping from carbon credits

AGENCY The Speaker of the National Assembly of Kenya, Moses Wetangula has underscored the need to constantly equip Members of Parliament through workshops, and financing, among others to keep them abreast with matters of the environment. Delivering a keynote address...

JEEMA wants Kyagulanyi to retract his statement,over anti-gay law.

The opposition Justice Forum (JEEMA) party has asked the National Unity Platform (NUP) leader, Mr Robert Kyagulanyi to withdraw his comments about the enactment of the Anti-homosexuality Act, 2023. In a letter dated December 4, 2023, JEEMA secretary general, Mr....

Beti Kamya summons Minister Kitutu for Thursday ‘meeting’

By Katamu Nedinani The Inspector General of Government (IGG), Beti Kamya Turomwe has summoned embattled Karamoja Affairs Minister, Mary Gorreti Kitutu over the controversial iron sheet saga. URN has seen a letter written by Kamya on December 6th, 2023 ordering Kitutu...

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...

Kabaka urges Muslims to pray for souls of Kasese attack victims

The Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has asked Muslims to use tomorrow’s Eid celebrations to pray for the families and souls of all Ugandans who have died under mysterious circumstances in the recent past The Kabaka has particularly urged Muslims to pray...

Museveni finally assents to Anti-Homosexuality Bill, 2023

President Museveni has signed the controversial Anti-Homosexuality Bill into law, according to the Speaker of Parliament Anita Among. Early this month, Parliament reconsidered the Anti-Homosexuality Bill 2023 and passed it with amendments to the four clauses that...

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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