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12 Men Arrested In Tanzania Over Homosexuality

12 men arrested over homosexuality

Two South Africans are among 12 men arrested for presumed homosexuality in Tanzania as part of an ongoing crackdown against gays, police said on Wednesday. Check also: Tanzania swears to arrest those protecting gays “We arrested the criminals at (the hotel) Peacock – they were promoting homosexuality. Two are South Africans, one Ugandan and nine Tanzanians,” Dar es Salaam police head ...

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50 Ugandans Commit Suicide In UAE This Year 2017

50 Ugandans commit suicide in Uganda

At least 50 Ugandans who were exported for labour are confirmed to have died in the United Arab Emirates and other Middle East countries like Yemen, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi and others in 2017 alone. Check also: 22-Year-Old Was Appointed United Arab Emirates (UAE) Minister For Youth Affairs This horrible revelation  was made by the Parliament  of Uganda on Friday after released ...

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35 Students Miss National Exams Over Embezzled Registration Money

35 students to miss uneb exams

A total of thirty five senior four students of Midland senior secondary school in Baitambogwe Sub-County in Mayuge District have been left in tears after being told that they were not going to sit for their uneb exams which started today. Check also: UNEB To Withhold Results Of School Fees Defaulters The students will miss exams because their registration fees was ...

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Abiriga’s Home Attacked

Abiriga ibrahim's home attacked

Police are investigating a matter where unknown people attempted to set Arua Municipality MP  Abiriga Ibrahim’s home in Arua Town on fire. Check also: I Can’t Apologize For Peeing In Public-Abiriga According to the legislator’s wife, Ms Aminah Sijali, the attackers attemted to push a jerrican of petrol in the house through a window to set burn their home. “The attackers first ...

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Pastors Demand Criminal Investigation On False Prophets That Are Misleading Ugandans

Pastors wants criminal investigation on false prophets

Born Again Faith (Balokole) pastors led by the Overseer, National Fellowship of Born Again Pentecostal Churches (NFBAPC) Bishop Joshua Lwere, have called upon government to commence investigations into a number of cultic and false prophets that are misleading Ugandans. Check also: Hundreds Of Muslim Leaders & Pastors Worldwide Meet Up To Sign Peace & Protection Deal For The First Time Ever ...

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